Showcasing a huge array of exhibitors, workshops, discussions, demonstrations, art and performances, there’s inspiration for everyone.
A wonderland of original designs created by eco-artists from materials which normally make their way to landfill will impress the eco-conscious, showcasing their successful transformation from trash to treasure. Combining the art of recycling and imagination, they create practical and beautiful bespoke homewares and artwork, jewellery and clothing.
Five discussions cover sustainable housing, community owned energy, electric cars, energy efficiency and large-scale renewables.
Water’s on tap and coffee baristas offer discounts for people who bring their own cups.
Eco-friendly products galore with reusable water bottles, cups and straws, shopping and produce bags, bees wax wraps, solar lights, natural soaps and personal care items.
Learn about composting, worm farming and permaculture; choose from a huge range of plants, as well as alpaca manure for the garden and free native trees.
Free workshops include floral garlands, tie dye, kokedama, drumming, plus a native wildlife show.
Be entertained with Gypsy Caravan tribal dancers, local musicians, a bush poet, acrobatic display and Madam Mulch, the composting and recycling queen.
Thanks to the generosity of supporters, the multi prize raffle has over AUD1500 in prizes.
Gold coin donation.
4001 Ipswich Boonah Road, Boonah