“Participating in local community events with a focus on sustainability is a great way to encourage our children,” said IGS Head of Sustainability Carmelo Fedele.
“It’s important for our children to see local environmental initiatives and positive actions in their local community, and events such as the Footprints Festival provide families with an opportunity to provide positive and hopeful messages for our children.”
If you are looking for a family day out on Saturday 3 September, why not explore the local food forest, wetland, community garden and learn from a First Nations perspective.
The Footprints Festival offers information and market stalls, workshops, talks, tours, food and entertainment for the whole family.
If you ride your bike, there is free bike parking and bike tune-ups available.
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