Participate in food preparation or garden-focused workshops
We hold a range of workshops at REAL and The Place of Wonder throughout the year. Our workshops are small group-focused, hands-on, practical, informative and supportive – a great place to pick up a new skill or two. Whether you’re interested in fresh cheese making, sourdough for beginners, fermentation or composting, there will be a workshop for you!
The food preparation workshops are held in a dedicated space at REAL and edible gardening workshops are held at The Place of Wonder edible habitat garden.
About the workshops
Workshops are generally 2 hours in duration, and all materials and ingredients are supplied. You’ll complete the workshop with lots of take-home recipes and hints. Bookings are essential and payments are to be made at the time of booking.
Check out our workshop calendar for upcoming dates and events.
Book in for our next workshop
Introducing: Your Garden, The Pharmacy
We explore how several easy-to-source garden plants and weeds can help you with everyday health challenges.
Kylie will introduce the plant, discuss its features and how to best grow or source it. Sharon will then walk you through the process for making tea, oils, poultice and more from the plant, and how to use such health products.
Take home what you make, plus enjoy lots of notes and hints around wellbeing. Join us for an inspiring session and to view your garden a little differently!
Bookings are essential so get in quick.
Start: 10am – 12pm
Slow, cold and hot composting are all valid composting techniques – learn which technique best suits you. Ideal ingredients, dimensions and location will all be part of our discussion as we build a demonstration compost. Plenty of tips and hints for nurturing your compost baby.
Start: 10am – 12pm, at the Place of Wonder Garden
At both REAL and The Place of Wonder, we encourage you to take action
Your experience with us so far may have been a dine-in meal, a workshop, or you may have only just seen our takeaway menu.
But what we love to do is re-examine how we can have a better impact on our community – whether it be through our sourcing practices, our waste reduction or even how we repurpose all parts of our food. We’re passionate about pushing aside assumptions and creating a better future.
So, I ask you this – what kind of future do you want to create?
Push aside your assumptions, it’s time for us to work together and change the story.
For food preparation ideas and edible gardening inspiration, visit The Place of Wonder website.