Land affordability for all generations

The earth belongs to us all.

But for the many shut out of the land market, that sense of belonging is fragile.

It's time for a new way, inspired by the old ways.

The future is commons

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We acknowledge the Dja Dja Wurrung people of the Kulin Nations as the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we live.

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Events

We know that commons starts with community.

We host a range of events every year designed to share skills, build local resilience and forge friendships.

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We acknowledge the Dja Dja Wurrung people of the Kulin Nations as the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we live.

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Workshops

We offer a range of workshops both here at Windfall Commons and at local venues.

Contact us if you are interested in booking one of our workshops at your venue.

Get into Gardening!

Embrace your inner green thumb!

Over 8 weeks you will learn the basics of vegetable gardening from soil and seeds to plant care and harvesting. Each week a different topic will be covered, and will include hands on time in the garden as well as an activity to take home and try.

Topics covered include:

Home composting.
Mulching techniques.
Organic pest control.
Growing herbs in raised garden beds and pots, and
Designing and building living gifts.

This course is ideal for anyone wanting to turn their backyard into a productive paradise or is considering horticulture as a career and wants some hands on experience.

Tutor: Rayna

Rayna Fahey is a Drummond local, avid food grower and permaculture designer. Together with her husband Karl, Rayna used to run the POWer Plants Community Nursery in the western suburbs of Melbourne. The nursery raised thousands of seedlings for schools, community groups, and home gardens; as well as helping many volunteers learn the joys of growing your own food. Rayna is passionate about low cost, nutritious food, and lives for the taste of home grown summer fruits.


We acknowledge the Dja Dja Wurrung people of the Kulin Nations as the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we live.

© Windfall Commons. All rights reserved.

Site by Ground Up Creative

Visit Windfall Commons

Come for the weekend, come for a month!

Looking for a low carbon break? Travelling and want somewhere rewarding to stay? We love hosting travellers for short and long stay visits.

We enjoy hosting travellers on the workaway and helpx platforms. We've been hosting travellers for almost 10 years and love our international family!

We also welcome campers who like to get their hands dirty. There's plenty of camping options on our secluded 27 acres. We always have interesting projects on the go, from tree planting, seed collecting, building and more. Let us know what you're interested in and we'll tell you what we've got coming up. Drummond is cold in the winter so we recommend camping only in summer.


We acknowledge the Dja Dja Wurrung people of the Kulin Nations as the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we live.

© Windfall Commons. All rights reserved.

Site by Ground Up Creative