http://www.theinlandsea.com.au In this week's episode we're off to Aldinga Beach, just south of Adelaide. We meet Lynda McCarty who shows us around Aldinga Arts EcoVillage. We are introduced to Elizabeth Heij who takes on a quick tour of her passive solar house and reflects on life in the village. This intentional community is an example of a sustainable lifestyle in modern rural settings. The community has been forming since the 1980s, but the building stage has only been going for about ten years. Their goal is to be entirely self-sustained by 2020. Read more at http://www.theinlandsea.com.au/episode-2-aldinga-arts-ecovillage/
The Inland Sea: An Australian Odyssey is a travel series chronicling an Australian road trip. In ten weeks, Norwegian journalist Steinar Ellingsen, along with visual artist Dida Sundet, camera man Ben Hall and Best Boy Eirik Laugerud traveled 16,000 kms through the land Down Under. The impetus for the trip was to look for intentional communities in remote, rural and suburban Australia. Beyond that, their mission was simple: to pick up stories on the go, by word of mouth or by 'accident', as the quartet discovered the outback for the first time.