Planting hazelnut trees at Kangaroo Valley

Broger’s End

To Sarah’s farm, Broger’s End, Kangaroo Valley, these last three days: ¬†

Seb, Sarah, Barney the dog, and bloke

Four of us to plant 18 hazelnut trees and some fruit trees.

Testing view from the hammock

One of us to test the view from the hammock.


And Barney the dog, his genes abrim with the desire to chase cattle.

Faith, hope and love

I had the gift of staying in the old dairy, now a place to rent, with views to the high ridges and, from the kitchen you can look out at the escarpment with, up close, “faith, hope and love’ embedded in the bench.

The valley is one of only 7 totally enclosed valleys on Earth.

Money earnt from letting the dairy funds restoring bushland.

A place of restoration and renewal, for living,


One Response to “Planting hazelnut trees at Kangaroo Valley”
  1. Sarah says:

    Thanks for coming Michael! Glad to see you love it as much as I do! Come again!

Leave A Comment

  • Michael Mobbs

    Michael is a former Environmental Lawyer who is uniquely placed to consult in four main areas:

    • Sustainability Coach and Speaker,
    • Sustainable Urban Farm Design greening, watering and cooling the cityscape, roads, parks, suburbs,
    • Major Projects Consultant Commercial and Industrial,
    • Residential Sustainability Consultant.
    For permission to re-print any articles or to book Michael for a speaking engagement go to Contacts. Please ensure all quotes from Michael's blog include a reference to