Electricity Update: we are working towards reconnecting the power at Sibley Street. The connection from the pole to the house was removed after a tree fell down and brought down the lines and then the house was moved anyway, which involved removing all exterior protrusions including the original meter box. We need about $5000 to reconnect and rewire the house. We have about $4000 so far. To donate see our donations page. We will be reconnecting with Enova Energy once we have the wiring sorted. NNIC is a proud supporter and shareholder of Enova Energy. Make the switch today and keep your money in the Northern Rivers region.

Book Launch Sunday 12th May at Djanbung Gardens: bring some cash to buy a copy of Mandie’s brand new book and why not bring your Mum along and celebrate Mothers’ Day while you are at it! Mandie is generously donating 50% of sale profits from the launch to 7 Sibley Street.






We are open at 7 Sibley Street Nimbin, Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays 10.30am- 2pm. Drop in to see the latest developments, find out about getting involved, join our Community Tools library, learn new skills at our workshops, and support local makers and producers.


This WAS 7 Sibley Street, Nimbin, New South Wales, Australia.

Photo Sibley St in Skate park precinct contextAs you can see from this picture, the site is located in the middle of the village next to the Nimbin Skate Park and across the road from the Community Centre. Its purpose is to house a bunch of community projects and activities connected to affordable housing and sustainable living.

The BIG PLAN is to construct a new building on the site which demonstrates and resources affordable and sustainable building, housing and living in general. And which supports employment and economic opportunities for people in need.

We bought it in 2012 and paid off the loan in 2015.

In 2016 we installed a shipping container on site so we can begin to salvage and collect building materials.


IMG_6730This house will be the CORNERSTONE of the 7 Sibley St project.

As of March 2018, we received our Development Application approval to move the house, our Construction Certificate and we have now finished building works. A lot of time, professional expertise & volunteer efforts made this happen (watch here): 7 Sibley St – Moving the HouseNNIC - Sibley St Foundations

nnic house moved.jpg

We always welcome help, please get in touch at the NNIC or email sibley@nnic.org.au if you would like to be a part of the project or contribute to make it the best it can be for the community.

Need to know more? Such as..

Why the 7 Sibley St project?
What are you going to do there?                                                        Why are you asking for donations and what will you do with my money?
Are my donations tax deductible?
What have you done so far?
Who ARE you people anyway?
The answers to these questions and more can be found here at FAQ.

For all the latest info and updates, see our facebook page.

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  1. Great ideia mate! Unfortunately I have a short money to help this project but I would like join and learn more about it. I’m trying to get out of my current type of living and i really desire to migrate to a sustainable and natural living! I wish to find a nice ecovilla to live on.
    Cheers lets keep in touch!
    Good vibes to all

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