There will be more hands-on workshops than ever, celebrity cooking demonstrations to inspire us with Tassie produce; an innovation competition; a recycled gallery of visual art; interesting and informative talks on a wide range of topics; 'Great Sustainable Debates' where prominent Tasmania's tackle the difficult questions; fashion parades; live music; great food; fun activities for the kids and much much more!
So come and be inspired to Make It! or to meet those who do.
On the 9th and 10th of November, PW1 will be buzzing with nearly 100 exhibitors and a full festival program including: makers at work, live music, cooking demos and practical workshops. Entry is by donation. Don't miss our series of sustainability events around the State in early November, a first for SLF 2013!
With festival events around the State in early November and an enormous Festival weekend in Hobart, this year surpassed all expectations! A huge thank you to our sponsors: Decorama; K & D Warehouse; Hobart City Council; Hydro Tasmania: Eumarrah; and the Mercury! Also, our team of wonderful volunteers who did just about everything! We couldn't have done it with out you!
Celebrating its 15th year, the Sustainable Living Festival (SLF) has long been a highlight of the Tasmanian event calendar. On 9th & 10th November 2013, 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.
"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!
Full Festival Program and Exhibitors List available online
SLF2013 is proudly supported by an amazing line-up of local businesses, see the full list here