• Meet Costa Georgiadis

    From Get Grubby TV and ABC’s Gardening Australia

    View Program
  • See Bruno Loubet

    The 2 Michelin Star chef as seen on Mange Tout.

  • Watch the Hot Potato Band

    Our highlight entertainment will be found at the Main Stage

LEAF 2018

26 May 2019

10AM – 3PM

Exhibitors & Activities

Eats

ALBA Catering
Bimm’s BBQ Chargrill
Chocolate and Coffee Heaven
Churros de Oro
Farm Animal Rescue
Greens On Grains
Happy Soul Bowl
Iced Tea Co
Juice Power
Matilda’s Ice Creams
Nude Juice
Paella Magic
Quality Turkish Foods
Roam’In Pizza
Tatty’s Superfoods
Tibetan Momo
Yess Chef French Crepes

*please note: this may be subject to change*

Sustainability Street

All organic store
ATM
Australian Electric Vehicle Association
Bee Aware Brisbane
Bee Rosie Wraps
Brook Cafe
Caring for Wildlife and Carers Inc
GX BAGS
Householders’ Options to Protect the Environment (HOPE) Inc.
Import Auto Centre
Information
Logan and Albert Conservation Association
Loganlea Community Centre
Motorama Mitsubishi Springwood
Nature Freedom
Norwex
Renew – Leading in Sustainability
Reptile Rehabilitation QLD
Slacks Creek Catchment Restoration Group
Sunshine Organic Miso
Sustainable Population Australia
Wild Mountains
Wildcare Australia Inc.

*please note: this may be subject to change*

Eco Emporium

ACF Brisbane South & Logan
Bats Qld (Flying Foxes and Microbats) Inc
BIRO (Birds Injured Rehabilitated and Orphaned Assoc Inc)
Department of Environment and Science
Fire Ant Eradication Program
Griffith University
Griffith University – Environmental Sciences
Griffith University – Go Health
Go Griffith Ambulance
Macquarie York
Myoni and Eco Games
Natura Pacific
Reef Check
Sea Shepherd Brisbane
SEQ K9 Rescue Inc
Smart Environmental Monitoring and Assessment Technologies
Swanborough Funerals
The Orangutan Project
TransLink

*please note: this may be subject to change*

City of Logan Naturally Green

City Standards & Animal Care
Community Gardens
Community Safety
EnviroCom
Free trees
Gradual Change
KRANK School Holiday Program and Live Well Logan
Libraries and Creative Industries
Eco Dome
Parks
Substation 33

*please note: this may be subject to change*

Growers & Producers

Don’t Rush to Flush
SEQ Water
Bat Conservation and Rescue Qld Inc.
Bee All Natural & Organic Honey
Composta Australia
Green Living Australia
Have’a’chat herbs & more
Little Green Thumbs
Our Living Outback
Oxley Creek Catchment Association Inc
Paws & Brooks Nature
Sanctuary Inc
Queensland Koala Society Inc
Ranger Nick – camp oven cooking
Sow Great
The Clean Living Clinic & Wholefood Harvest
The Water Wagon
Wildlife Queensland – Bat Division

*please note: this may be subject to change*

Kids Zone

Boronia Heights State School Eco Club
Bugs Ed.
Danzeit Fitness
Face painting
Geckoes Wildlife
Henna by Chaitali
Karen Tyrrell author
Logan Artists Association
Ocean Life Education
Queensland Body Artists Society
The Rich Pour Coffee Van
Yerongpan Aboriginal Dancers

*please note: this may be subject to change*

Zen Den

Hosted by Wellwood Health

10am – Mat Pilates
11am- Meditation & Sound Therapy
12.30pm – Health Talks
1.45pm – Alternative Therapy Consults (Naturopath, Nutritionist, Massage Therapist & Energy Healer)

*please note: this may be subject to change*

Plant Sale

Logan River Branch of Native Plants Queensland

*please note: this may be subject to change*

Active & Wild

Arboretum
Cleanaway
Giant Slide
Handmade Hub – kokedama and clay bowl making
Jumping castle
Main stage
Base Zero rock climbing
Sparky Do Dah

*please note: this may be subject to change*

Location

68 University Drive, Meadowbrook

Feedback

We welcome your feedback and will have another fantastic prize for filling in this year’s survey. More details to come for the 2019 event.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Logan Eco Action Festival?

Logan Eco Action Festival (LEAF) is an annual event run by Logan City Council to celebrate World Environment Day. The event aims to educate patrons about sustainable practices as part of this free, fun filled one day program.

Is there an entry fee?

No. LEAF is a free event run by Logan City Council to give back to its community and promotes sustainability and positive city image. In fact everything at LEAF is free from our workshops to our rides. The only thing you will need to pay for is food from our food vendors, and buying products from our eco exhibitors should you choose to do so.

Is there water onsite?

Yes – we have a free water refilling station at LEAF so make sure to bring a reusable drink bottle. There are also many bubblers around Griffith University.

What should I bring?

A hat, reusable water bottle to fill up at our free hydration station, a resuable coffee cup to get a discount on your coffee from food trucks, a bag, sunscreen and a smile.

Do I need to book in for workshops?

No. All workshops are free with no need to book. They do run on a first come first served basis, so please arrive early to get your seat.

Is there parking available?

Free parking is available at Griffith University. Please follow the instructions of our Traffic Controllers who will advise you where parking is available. They can also assist with disabled parking.

Logan City Council also encourages patrons to travel to the event via public transport. Catch the train to Loganlea Station and pick up our free event shuttle running every 10minutes. Map out your route with the Translink Journey Planner.

Can we bring pets?

Unfortunately, no. In the best interests of event attendees and our furry friends – we remind attendees that no pets (apart from assistance dogs) are permitted into the event precinct. The event has a high patronage, and we have wildlife on display for educational purposes that we do not want to distress.

Are there ATM facilities onsite?

ATM facilities are available onsite for patrons use. Only some food vendors have EFTPOS facilities. Pro tip: To avoid lining up in ATM queues, plan to get cash out before the event.

Is there disabled access?

Yes. All event sites are assessable by wheelchair. Disabled parking is available onsite at each event and is managed by our Traffic Controllers. If you have any queries please don’t hesitate to email for more information.

Is first aid available onsite?

Yes. First Aid officers are onsite for all events in case of injury. You can locate in the Eco Emporium, or by looking for the First Aid symbol on the event site map.

Is smoking permitted at LEAF?

Given that LEAF is a family and environmentally friendly event, as well as having wildlife and an outdoor food precinct, smoking is strictly prohibited anywhere inside the event site.

What are we not allowed to bring to LEAF?

Alcohol, illegal drugs, distribution of promotional material, drones, any items considered dangerous or otherwise illegal, animals, weapons of any kind, laser lights, water pistols, skateboards, roller blades, bikes or the like, no external food or picnics.

Lost property?

If you lose something at LEAF please go to the Information marquee at the entrance to the event and advise staff of what you have lost. Please provide your contact details, should your lost items be returned. If you have lost something at one of our events please email the Events team.

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