What are we all about?
Greenhaven Ecology Centre aims to bring people together who would like to share our vision of a world where we can live happily within the Earth’s resources. In order to reach this, we are developing a tiny home community for people to join us on a journey to sustainable living. We offer you the opportunity to come and stay in our new 'Elegance' Tiny Home at the Ecology Centre for a "Tiny Home Experience" (minimum stay of 2 nights). We also provide business development, health and fitness retreat packages, as well as the opportunity to experience working on the farm and walks with our therapy animals. Please get in touch if you are interested in a visit or would like to know more about sustainability and how you can get involved.
Exercise with Alpacas
You may have heard of Alpaca Yoga, well this is Alpaca Qigong! Experience the peaceful exercise of Qigong with our peaceful alpacas and enjoy a unique experience.
Alpaca Trek 'N' Talk
Meet the 'Therapaca' herd
Experience a relaxing walk with our alpacas. All our alpacas are halter trained and each have their own personalities. We will introduce you to our walking team, visit the maternity paddock with mums and crias and visit all the other animals on the farm during your walk.
More About Us
Greenhaven Ecology Centre is a family-run Farm and Wellbeing Centre and Eco Village – consisting of tiny homes, bothies and buildings made from local sustainable materials. We envision an empowered community that is given the skills and opportunities to design and implement their own routes to sustainable living and improved mental and emotional health.
We pride ourselves on the ability to change and impact lives in a healthy way. We do so by offering a variety of services to help all of our clients achieve healthier bodies and minds. Curious to find out more? Get in touch with a member of our team today.
We need to develop a sustainable way of living every day, to promote this ethos in mainstream society and pave the way for future generations to carry on living and caring for our home, this planet Earth.
“Basically, it just so happens that being outdoors and actually doing sustainability is great for increasing quality of life and well-being … in other words, it helps you feel better about yourself”