About Byron ECO Park
A unique holiday experience in a pristine natural landscape, on the foreshores of beautiful Byron Bay
Byron ECO Park and Eagle Farm
Byron Eco Park is an eco-community in harmony with nature on a beautiful 175-acre coastal property, close to the world-famous surfing beach of Byron Bay Australia - one of the most beautiful places in Australia, a perfect place to get away from it all, relax and rejuvenate.
It offers an unforgettable holiday atmosphere amidst the beauties of nature - tranquil ocean and rural views, surrounded fascinating magical pre-historic stone structures creating a totally unique, 100% ecologically sustainable holiday village and eco-tourism resort.
With its own energy plant, a 5MW solar farm in development, making it independent of traditional industrialised power sources, the village showcases many other contemporary cutting edge ECO-friendly features, finding alternative fuels for a nature-friendly ecological lifestyle. Byron ECO Park at Eagle Farm is a model for ethical investing in a positive future, offering prosperity for like-minded investors in a garden paradise.
Electricity production is currently an industrialised process using coal and in a time of climate change, fossil fuel usage is actually growing.
PV solar panels on roofs, Wind- and hydro turbines while not enough to cover our needs, fit in well with contemporary concepts of “green” technology.
The latest solar farm technology and storage has the potential to became a significant source replacing conventional technologies and it allows the potential to combine positive outcomes. And becomes an Industry which can green the deserts!
To carry out research, and to demonstrate and educate our guests and spread a positive ecological message, Byron Eco Park has the potential to show this in a holistic view, closing circles in harmony with nature!
OUR VISION FOR A SUSTAINABLE ECO VILLAGE
We plan to use high efficient bifacial PV panels tracking the sun, like trees giving shade to the ground where organic matter grows with the nitrogen water from the STP plant. Some of this Organic matter is food for the local people and in a natural way goes to the STP plant. Then separated into water, biogas and sludge.
Excess green power for battery storage, in times of over supply of electricity, can be stored on demand to produce electricity for the grid or be used to create fuel for fuel cell electro vehicles (FC EV)..
We appeal to the public, politicians and power industries is to give this project a go and find out if this can be done in harmony with nature.
An imaginative, ethical, nature-loving team with a passion for sustainable technology.
Founder, Dieter Horstmann
On a unique 175-hectare coastal property located in Byron Shire on the far north coast of New South Wales, Dieter Horstmann is using a set of pre-historic stone structures and innovative, forward-looking green technology to create a totally unique, 100% ecologically sustainable domestic village and eco-tourism resort.
Mr Horstmann has spent the last 5 years working closely with architects from L.A.V.A. (LABORATORY FOR VISIONARY ARCHITECTURE) "dreaming up" plans for the proposed eco-village, which aims to be an example of environmental best-practice that will provide a model which can be repeated nationally or internationally.
Born and raised in Germany, a country recognised for its environmentally-conscious technologies, Mr Horstmann has always been passionate about finding alternative fuels and innovative solutions for a nature-friendly ecological lifestyle.
Team Germany (left to right) : Micha Lisa Dieter Chen