what’s going on at the Witchcliffe Ecovillage?

Ecovillage in the press

The Ecovillage appears not once, but twice in the November 2022 edition of Sanctuary Magazine with a feature on small footprint family living and a deep dive into our Life Cycle Assessment process.

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Sales tours every Friday

Cluster 4A, 4B and 5A (not 5B yet) is now open to the public but we still invite prospective buyers to join us for guided sales tours every Friday from 3-5pm. Email us to register on [email protected]

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Photo shoot at the Ecovillage

Check out @witchcliffe_ecovillage on Instagram to see some of the stunning images taken by photographer @francesandrijich in a recent two-day shoot at the Ecovillage. 

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stages 1-3 sold out Stage 4 now selling

Ecovillage Features

The Witchcliffe Ecovillage will become a thriving, bustling, fully integrated community of people who can live, work and play all in the same place. There will be many opportunities for sustainable businesses and creative pursuits that will benefit the community and the wider Margaret River region. The Ecovillage will cultivate a strong sharing economy, innovation, entrepreneurship and, above all, community cohesion.

Acknowledgement of Country 

We acknowledge that the Witchcliffe Ecovillage is located on Wardandi country, country of saltwater people, and that our streams are tributaries that flow to Pibulmen country, country of plenty, to join the great Goorbilyup, the Blackwood River.
We pay our respects to Wadandi and Pibulmen elders, past and present, and commit to listen to, learn from and look after this country to the best of our ability.