Sustainable Living Festival 2019: early bird callout for stallholders

 Sun 27 Oct – hold the date – Gawler Environment Centre is proud to present the Sustainable Living Festival again in 2019!

Early bird expressions of interest for stallholders are now open so please get in touch if you would like to profile your sustainable business or environmental organisation at this popular event.

The Festival will feature exciting guest presenters, including foodie Simon Bryant from Dirty Depot and the Cook and the Chef, eco-blogger and children’s author Helen Edwards, beekeeper extraordinaire Mademoiselle Bee, plus a range of workshops, kids activities and live entertainment.

We would like to invite environmentally conscious and community minded local businesses and organisations to get involved in the festival. We welcome stalls from a wide range of categories including: art & music, community, food, gardening, natural resources, permaculture, self-reliance, transport, health, waste reduction and recycling.

What the festival will give you—an opportunity to promote the ideas, skills, benefits or products of your group, organisation or business. We’ll provide the space, atmosphere & targeted audience, you bring your marquee (or hire one from us), display materials, brochures, and products to sell.

Click here for a registration form.

For further information please contact us at: / 8115 4620

Join us on Sunday 27 October for what is going to be another huge day filled with fun and festive vibes!



Event: Gardening in Small Spaces

Want to learn how to pack as much garden goodness as you can in to a small residence? In this workshop, space saving gardener extraordinaire Malcom Haines will run through his top tips and tricks for small productive gardens. Participants are asked to bring along a mud map of their garden space so Malcolm can provide specific advice.

Date: Thu 13 June
Time: 6.30pm – 8pm

Location: Gawler Environment Centre, 43 High St, Gawler East.

Bookings essential at:

Further information:
Gawler Environment Centre
(08)8115 4620

Supported by Conservation SA and the Government of South Australia through the Sustainability Grants Program.