Sustainability and conservation are in focus at Whiteman Park's flagship public conservation event EnviroFEST 2023.
Returning after a year's sabbatical on Saturday 25 March 2023, this jam-packed community event kicks off at 10:00 am and showcases lots of ways you can become more sustainable at home - both for the environment and your hip-pocket!
Expect a diverse range of family-friendly activities, including informative displays, interactive workshops, short talks, eco-friendly products, and community engagement opportunities.
EnviroFEST 2023 has a strong wildlife focus, so it is a great opportunity to come along and meet some of our local wildlife, see what you can do at home to help them, and meet conservation groups working to protect various species, particularly our iconic threatened black cockatoo species. There will even be a nest-box building and installation demo to enjoy!
Visitors can also join an amazing array of speakers, including Ecoburbia, Treading My Own Path and the Style Counsellor to learn a whole host of ways you can reduce your environmental footprint, not just without breaking the bank but also in a way that may help to reduce household expenses.
Topics at the 2023 event include:
Of course, the whole event is free too, which means you can bring everyone from the kids to your grandparent to the neighbour and their dogs for a day of relaxed fun spent exploring all the fantastic environmentally friendly products and sustainability information on offer.
The kids won't miss out either, thanks to a dedicated Kids Eco Zone and loads of activities designed just for them, from taking home their own mini worm farms and seedbombs to free face painting a Children's Forest walk with the fairies and much more!
Come along to the 12th annual EnviroFEST community event in the Village at Whiteman Park on Saturday 25 March; it's sure to be a great family day out!
The full line-up of exhibitors, presenters and activities will be available on the Whiteman Park website.
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