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Flo Gardens Natural Pond Building Workshop - April 6


Flo Gardens Natural Pond Building Workshop

Saturday 6th of April, 9am - 3.30pm

You will learn all you need to know about designing and building your own natural pond.  

A backyard pond or natural pool supports your local ecology. It is beautiful, educational and provides a place for relaxation and reflection. Learn how to build a natural ecosystem in this one day workshop presented by pond experts from Flo Gardens and facilitated by Aquascape Supplies. Replicating nature with fish, aquatic and native plants, rocks and pebbles to create an ecological balance and clear water. A complete low maintenance system that can be built in one day that provides food, shelter and safety to the wildlife in and around the pond, and a piece of paradise in your own backyard. 

Price: $145 pp
(booking fees will apply)

Price includes lunch by the Three Blue Ducks restaurant.

This full day workshop will give you hands-on knowledge and experience to design and build your own natural pond or pool.

  • Create your own backyard ecosystem

  • Learn from experienced pond builders

  • Be a participant in building a natural pond in one day

  • All design elements covered, from size, position, layout, options of flow, rocks, planting, fish, aquatic and native plants

Adam Grabowski from Flo Gardens will be hosting this workshop in conjunction with Aquascape Pond Supplies.  

Flo Gardens are Byron Shire’s specialists in natural ponds and pools, backyard ecosystems and aquaponics. This practical workshop will give you all the confidence to create a beautiful natural pond or pool that not only looks good, is also low maintenance.


The Farm, 11 Ewingsdale Rd, Ewingsdale NSW 2481


9pm to 3.30pm 

What To Bring?

  • Hat

  • sunscreen

  • closed shoes (preferably work boots)

  • appropriate clothing for all weather possibilities

  • notebook and pen


Flo Gardens - Adam Grabowski

Earlier Event: 28 March
Botanical Skincare Workshop - March 28
Later Event: 7 April
Basic Native Beekeeping - April 7