Now in its 16th year, the Sustainable Living Festival has long been the highlight of the Tasmanian event calendar. At the festival we’ll have informative talks and hands-on workshops, cooking demonstrations, expert advice, live music, delicious food & drink stalls and art installations - like our growing milk bottle wall and lego wind turbine. The aim of this event is to provide practical solutions to living sustainably and help nurture connections between individuals, organisations, ideas and the ecosystems which allow us to flourish.
This year, for the first time, we are hosting a Saturday Night Party (with friends MONA and Cygnet Folk Festival). Join us for our moonlit celebration of connection and sustainability!
Celebrating its 16th year, the Sustainable Living Festival (SLF) has long been a highlight of the Tasmanian event calendar. Join us on 8th & 9th November 2014, at Prince's Wharf 1 on the Hobart Waterfront for our annual celebration of sustainability!
Last year, we had the Hobart waterfront buzzing with 12,000 people eager to connect and engage with sustainability and with those businesses and organisations who can help them make their dreams a reality. Our festival program will include informative talks, practical workshops, cooking demonstrations, discussions, music, art and for the very first time a Saturday night party!
Our 2014 festival theme “GET CONNECTED” will be interwoven into all elements of the program, hightlighting the interconnectivity between urban and natural ecosytems; between the various components of our Tasmanian community and between our lifestyles, well-being and sustainability.
"The Sustainable Living Festival was fabulous! I had never been before, but my friends spent all day Saturday there with their 2 kids and had such a great time that they convinced us to come back with them on Sunday! We had so much fun,Thank you!" ~ attendee quote
Coordinated by Sustainable Living Tasmania, SLF is a community celebration of sustainability. Come and join the excitement!
If you are keen to be involved in 2014, we would love to hear from you!