Would you like a productive edible Garden Design?

We offer an Permaculture Design Consultation Service to help you set up a productive Fruit and Vegetable Garden. Enjoy walking out your door picking herbs and salad greens.

To start you on your garden journey…

The Garden Consultation includes;

Identify your specific lifestyle needs and combining that with your available time to achieve a realistic Edible Garden Design, minimising your time and energy.

Taking your Garden Vision and plotting that into a Concept Design, servicing the needs of individuals who will use the garden.

Zone & Sector analysis – where to place elements for example compost area, chickens, worm farm, intensive gardens, raised garden beds, fruit trees in your garden design.

How to plan for external elements in your garden.

General advice on existing plants, Integrated Pest Management including pest & disease control, placements of plants.

Director of Garden to Table Permaculture, Megan has a combined 24 years experience in horticulture, permaculture and outdoor education. Megan is actively involved in the Permaculture Industry, currently a director for Permaculture Australia.

For the last seventeen years Megan has designed and implemented her own property at Pacific Palms on the Mid North Coast of NSW as well as working at Forster Community Garden as the Horticulturalist. Originally from Melbourne, Megan has experience in Temperate, Tropical and Sub Tropical Climatic Zones.


1/2 day Consultation – $350


Travel Time: 91cents per km from Pacific Palms

Contact Megan for you initial 30 minute free Skype Garden Consultation on 0413 769 530 or you can fill out the form below.

I look forward to helping you grow your edible garden and have organic food at your fingertips!

You will receive a folder containing;

A laminated companion planting guide

A sow what when guide

Ethics and Principles of Permaculture

Information sheets to help you set up your edible garden


I had a one-to-one Garden Advisory session with Megan and I learned in 3 hours so many things!

Dusko Bajic, Newcastle, Australia