When & Where

Date: 2nd and 3rd of June 2018

Time: 10am – 5pm on Saturday and Sunday.

Leading into World Environment Day on 5th June 2018, World Environment Fair is on again, the weekend of 2nd and 3rd of June. Bringing together the community to celebrate the environment, it provides a unique opportunity to hear from environmental advocates, brands and organisations that are passionate about engaging with and preserving our environment.

Location: Goyder and Jubilee Pavilions
Entrance – Duncan Gallery (Southern End)

Tickets

Tickets go on sale early in 2018

Adults: $15 at the door/$12 pre-purchased online

Concession: $12 at the door/$9 pre-purchased online

Under 18’s FREE OF CHARGE

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Getting there

Adelaide Showground is located on Goodwood Road, Wayville and easily accessible from all parts of Adelaide. Parking can be accessed from Rose Terrace, immediately north of the Showground.

Disabled parking is provided adjacent to the venue.

Bus: Stops 1 or 2 on Goodwood Road are immediately outside World Environment Fair. It is approximately a 15-minute bus ride from the CBD. Refer to www.adelaidemetro.com.au for timetable information.

Tram – Stop 3, Goodwood Road, on the main Glenelg – Entertainment Centre tram line is a short walk from World Environment Fair. Refer to www.adelaidemetro.com.au for timetable information.

Train: Regular services stop at the Adelaide Showground Station and World Environment Fair is a short walk along Rose Terrace. Refer to www.adelaidemetro.com.au for timetable information.

Bike Track: Cycling is a great way to access the Adelaide Showground from all areas.

Adelaide Showground Environmental credentials

Protecting and preserving the environment is a strong focus at the Adelaide Showground. The development of the eco-friendly Goyder Pavilion in 2008 included one of the largest solar panel installations in Australia (over 10,000 solar panels capable of generating one megawatt of power) and 3.5 million litres of storm-water storage underground in the Jubilee Plaza, allowing use of storm-water for exhibition hall toilets and Showground irrigation. The Showground continues to introduce practices that manage energy and water usage, reduce waste and maximise its diversion from landfill by encouraging recycling practices throughout the venue and its events. Environmental tours of the Showground, primarily the Goyder Pavilion rooftop, will be provided free of charge during the World Environment Fair.