Zero Waste Victoria & Sustainable Pathways

Saturday, 26 October 2019 - 10:00am
St Kilda Town Hall, 99a Carlise St, St Kilda

The Zero Waste Festival aim is to provide people with ideas and skills, guiding sustainable habit change, sharing practical resources and connecting with community. This event will comprise of inspiring presentations, information stalls, music, and workshops showing ways to creatively and economically reduce waste, rethink resource reuse, and to empower community focused environmental actions.

This event is the largest Zero Waste focused festival in Australia, and is supported by passionate Zero Waste Victoria volunteers.

This event is free to attend, to keep it inclusive, however there are expenses to cover.

So if you’re in a position to support Zero Waste Victoria's endevours to tackle the war on waste, we hope you can dig deep to support the festival, education and advocacy for a waste-wise future.

The day will kick off with a panel presentation comprising of Lauren and Oberon Carter, authors of “A Family Guide to Waste-free Living”.

If you are interested to be a product or information stall holder or if you would like to present a zero-waste themed workshop, please email

Full speaker details and program schedule are coming soon.

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