You’ll be able to spend a whole day at WorldEnvironment Fair! Wander through 95 stalls, be inspired by the extraordinary collection of products and services from food and wine, home and garden, lifestyle, and nature and tourism. There are workshops that will teach you how to transform an old pair of denim jeans into a fashion trending handbag or put your hands to work making a macrame plant hanger from a T Shirt you can even make an Amish Knot Rug; spaces are limited for workshops so you need to book! Don’t forget there is a range of certified vegan and organic makeup, some offering recycling options and special offers for visitors to the fair. There’s Wheat Bags from the Australian Wheat Bag store, Eco Crayons, Crema Joe environmentally friendly coffee pods, Boomerang Bags, plus the best of nature and eco tourism, sustainable building and gardening just to name a few.
But if shopping is not your thing then plan your day around our speaker line up including Craig Reucassel from War on Waste, Ranger Stacey Thomson from Totally Wild, Sophie Thomson from Sophie’s Patch, Simon Bryant from Tasting Australia. Plus there are talks on recycling plastic presented by Replas. Animals Anonymous will present on both Saturday and Sunday, showing audiences native animals and wildlife and educating us all on how to respect, enjoy and preserve our fauna. Building with Hempcrete is starting a building revolution, and this is your chance to listen to Joe D’Alo the owner of the company. So if you’re confused about energy efficient design you’ll need to get along to his presentation. The inspiring Dr James Ward from Uni SA will present “Big Australia, Small Planet” which will explore the environmental impact of population per-capita and consumption levels.
We’ve also made sure the more active and fun loving are looked after by including a host of FREE activities from Nature Play, The Green Trail, Mini Golf, Rock Climbing, A Noctarium, Questacon, Adelaide Showground Roof Top Tours and so much more. The best thing? Activities, entertainment and presenters are FREE once you purchase a ticket.
Tickets online: Adults $12, Concession $9, U18 FREE
Purchase at the gate: Adults $15, Concession $9, U18 FREE