MISSION
To provide an affordable and professional environment where entrepreneurs are supported, encouraged and inspired by internal and external communities.

Burning Man Australia was formed around 2001 as a collaboration between The Burning Man Project and the first Australian Burning Man regional contact.  Its the name given to cover the Australian footprint for the Burning Man region which is overseen by the Australian Burning Man Project's regional contacts.

Digger Street was a multihouse living experiment in working out ways to live outside the traditional urban/consumerist model.

T-House is a neighbourhood development project.

It create's a supportive neighbourhood where people are able to immerse themselves in their neighbourhoods collective and individual pursuits.

A Tropical Community Garden is a neighbourhood development project.

It create's a supportive neighbourhood where people are able to immerse themselves in their neighbourhoods collective and individual pursuits.

101 Digger - An arts/Tech playspace looking at residential collaboration

 

''The Way Out'' is a book first published in 1975, containing over 50 articles which 'argue out a coherent philosophy of practical alternatives to improve our present-day society.' 
It is so popular at Digger Street that we decided to preserve the text and to contact as many of the original contributors as possible to get their views on the same topics 40 years later. 
Finally, we plan to publish a new book, ''The Way Out Now'', which will allow young people to reflect on similar issues in contemporary society. 
This is an open source project and anyone may contribute by registering on our website; www.thewayoutnow.com.

T-House is a living social experiment in working out ways to live outside the traditional consumerist model.

It does ask some serious questions and so far it has come up with some really good answers.

T-House asks the same of each neighbour. Engage in the neighbourhood processes of those who have visited before, be actively involved in learning ways to provide food, pay bills, supply internet in a way and at an amount not achievable in the Single Unit House model. This allows each of us the greater privilege of having more time to pursue what is really important to one's own self whether it be arts, environment or neighborhood based activities.

When you enter ConFest you leave the mainstream world of "service delivery" behind.

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