October 28, 2017 @ 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
Earthwise community, 315 Bagot Road, Subiaco, Western Australia, Australia
Earthwise Open Day
Food, Fun & Fridge Beds!
Over 30 stalls
The Joy of Wood – The Eco-Faeries – The Junkadelic Pure Junk Band
Upcycle Workshops – Innovative Ideas – Eco-Workshops – Plants – Worms and Composting.
October 8, 2017 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Mandurah Community Gardens, Coodanup Dr, Coodanup WA 6210, Australia
A free event showcasing the community gardens with guest speaker Sabrina Hahn from ABC Perth, take a walk around the gardens, enjoy the stalls and listen to music in this outdoor event. Sabrina is a passionate master gardener. Relax in the garden as Sabrina imparts her practical knowledge of sustainable gardening that can be replicated in your own garden. Sabrina will also be there to answer your gardening questions. Come enjoy the stalls, hot food and music at 11.30am before Sabrina arrives.
October 7, 2017 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Glen Forrest Community Garden, 56 Hardey Rd, Glen Forrest WA 6071, Australia
-Garden tool maintenance
Plus much more to join in and try – baskets from local reeds, spinning, faerie art, food share, clothes & book share.
Got a skill you’d like to share? Like to donate some materials? Get in touch email@example.com
Free – no money, no power, no waste
October 7, 2017 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Rainbow Coast Neighbourhood Centre Community Garden, Humphreys St, Lockyer, Western Australia
Rainbow Coast Neighbourhood Centre is a community not-for-profit organisation committed to enriching the lives of individuals and families in the Great Southern, running family support programs, social programs, community garden and migrant services.
Spring into the Garden is a vibrant community spring festival held at the Rainbow Coast Community Garden with kid’s activities, live music, garden tours, local food vendors, plants for sale, compost talks, zero waste information, market stalls and more.
Gold Coin Donation
October 28, 2017
Groat Street, Groat St, North Beach WA 6020, Australia
Groat Street Festival launched in 2014 with local community members building an event that promoted sustainable community living.
Community members will be running workshops, information talks, displays, craft stalls, demonstrations and performances. The event thrives on skill sharing, volunteer commitment and good old fashioned entertainment.