Pete Evans promotes an off-grid community with no running water as an 'exciting new adventure' 

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Pete Evans promotes an off-grid community with no running water as an 'exciting new adventure' 

Now Pete Evans promotes an off-grid community in Northern New South Wales with no running water or power as an 'exciting new adventure

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Now Pete Evans promotes an off-grid community in Northern New South Wales with no running water or power as an ‘exciting new adventure’… after opening a bizarre ‘healing clinic’

He is set to open a bizarre ‘healing clinic’ in Byron Bay.  

And now Pete Evans is promoting an off-grid alternative lifestyle community –  with no running water or power to homes. 

The former My Kitchen Rules judge, 47, shared a four minute long video to Facebook on Sunday, inviting others to ‘create a new lifestyle’ for themselves at Nightcap Village in Wollumbin, Northern NSW. 

That's different! Disgraced celebrity chef Pete Evans is now promoting an off-grid community in Northern NSW, with no running water or power to homes, on social media

That’s different! Disgraced celebrity chef Pete Evans is now promoting an off-grid community in Northern NSW, with no running water or power to homes, on social media 

‘Exciting new adventure awaits for anyone wishing to create a new lifestyle for themselves and their family,’ he shared to his 1.5 million followers. 

The teaser clip remained vague about the community, but encouraged interested parties to register for an information pack.

 ‘This is walking it, this is living it. This is actually making a difference, I believe,’ the known conspiracy theorist said of the community.

His ramble continued: ‘And the difference it will make is showing that it can be done. Showing why it must be done, that it needs to be done, and for that to be replicated over and over and over. This should be shouted to everybody.’

On the promotional trail: The former My Kitchen Rules judge, 47, shared a four minute long video to Facebook on Sunday, inviting others to 'create a new lifestyle' for themselves at Nightcap Village in Wollumbin, Northern NSW

On the promotional trail: The former My Kitchen Rules judge, 47, shared a four minute long video to Facebook on Sunday, inviting others to ‘create a new lifestyle’ for themselves at Nightcap Village in Wollumbin, Northern NSW 

‘Self-reliance, self-empowerment, connection to Earth, connection to spirit, connection to each other.

‘There’s not much else to say, but I’m f***ing in,’ he concluded.

The community’s website indicates there is no running water, but boasts there is a good supply from nearby creeks, dams and that ‘rainfall in this area is also very sound’.

 The 300 individual plots up for sale do not have electricity, however there is an ‘industrial shed in the middle of the property’ which has power and options for the homes is still on the ‘table for research and discussion’.

The endorsement comes as Pete, who lost his lucrative $800,000-a-year job at Channel Seven in May because of his dangerous and unscientific views, is preparing to leave Sydney permanently to work at his own wellness clinic about an hour’s drive from Nightcap village.

Pete and his wife, Kiwi glamour model Nicola Robinson, 42, are preparing to open their Evolve Health Labs clinic in Australia’s hippie capital of Byron Bay.

According to the company’s Instagram account, the clinic will offer ‘transformational practices’ such as ‘cold and conscious breath-work’ and ‘cryotherapy’.

Pete owns a farm just a short drive from Byron Bay, and has been self-isolating on the property with his family for much of the COVID-19 pandemic.

New life: Pete, who lost his lucrative $800,000-a-year job at Channel Seven in May because of his dangerous and unscientific views, is preparing to set up a wellness clinic called Evolve in Byron Bay, about an hours drive from the community

New life: Pete, who lost his lucrative $800,000-a-year job at Channel Seven in May because of his dangerous and unscientific views, is preparing to set up a wellness clinic called Evolve in Byron Bay, about an hours drive from the community 

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