Past SCEC Events

Saturday, May 05, 2018 at 07:30 PM
Lake Kawana Community Centre

Love song to the Earth

Sunshine Coast Climate Action Now [SCCAN] are proud to present a musical concert on Saturday 5th May 2018 at the Lake Kawana Community Centre. 

Local stars shine a light on the urgent need to take climate action now! These performers are coming together to help focus attention on the importance of addressing the effects of global warming. 
Andrea Kirwin
The foundation of Andrea's songwriting is Love, unity, peace and community. Her music can be described as feel good, soul infused songs from the heart
Linsey Pollak and Lizzie O'Keefe
This musical collaboration has created a new musical language with structured, yet very free improvisation at it’s core. It takes us to a world of sound where the human and the animal combine
Sunshine Coast Oriana Youth Choir
A non-auditioned ensemble for young singers, male and female, aged 8 to 18 years who are looking to achieve excellence in vocal training and performance
Rangi White
A local young gifted musician starting his career
Denis L White 
Retired after an extensive career in Opera and theatre will return to the stage
Brent Miller
A traditional custodian of the local Kabi Kabi people will perform the welcome to country
and many more
Duration: approximately 120 minutes
There will be a kiosk to purchase light refreshments
“Hard to find words for Dangerous Song - Blue; the world should see it/hear it/share it because, as well as immense sadness for what we've got wrong, it inspires renewed energy for our own chosen ways of caring for the earth. With wonder, we realise what a brilliant planet we belong to”.
“…...kind of artistic presentation touches people's hearts and I believe it will be far more powerful in persuading people that they need to act now if our beautiful ocean life is going to be preserved."
Lake Kawana Community Centre
Saturday 5 May
Doors open at 7pm for 7.30pm start
EARLY BIRD TICKETS: Adult $25 / Concession (Aged Pensioner) $20 / Student $20 / Child (Up to 16 years) $10
Limited early bird tickets available!
Tickets: Adult $30 / Concession (Aged Pensioner) $25 / Student $25 / Child (Up to 16 years) $15 / Under 2 on the knee is free

Book your tickets here. 


Sunday, June 03, 2018 at 10:00 AM · $10.00 AUD
Maroochydore Rotary Park, Cotton Tree

World Environment Day Festival 2018 Raffle


The World Environment Day Festival Raffle is back! Great prizes are up for grabs and proceeds go straight back into the festival to help us bring the much-loved event to the Sunshine Coast community for free every year. 

Buy your raffle tickets online today and go in the draw to win:

  • 2 nights' accommodation for 2 adults at the famous O'Reilly's Rainforest Retreat on the Gold Coast. Kick back and relax in a Mountain View Room, enjoy morning and afternoon tea, a wine tasting at O'Reilly's Canungra Valley Vineyards and a guided morning bird walk.
  • 2 adult tickets to Woodford Folk Festival (one day pass)
  • 2 nights' accommodation for 2 guests with full buffet breakfast at Peppers Noosa Resort and Villas on the door step of the Noosa National Park. Valued at $638. 
  • Handmade pottery bowl by local artist Michael Pugh, valued at $350.
  • $250 gift voucher for organic clothing at Sinerji Forest Glen.
  • Plus more prizes to be announced!!

A huge thank you to all of the generous businesses who have donated these amazing prizes!

Prizes will be drawn on Friday 29 June 2018 at the SCEC office and winners will be contacted by phone and email.

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Sunday, June 03, 2018 at 10:00 AM · 3 rsvps
Sunshine Coast

World Environment Day Festival 2018

The award-winning World Environment Day Festival is back for its 39th year on the Sunshine Coast! 

In 2017 World Environment Day Festival took out the State winner for Australia's Best Charity or Cause Related Event of the Year at the 2017 Australian Event awards!  

WED Festival AwardWED Award Nomination



View the WED Festival promo video below 

The 2017 event saw the highest number of community groups and attendees come together in the one spot with perfect winter weather to top of it off. The 2017 event also featured our first ever Renewables Expo which was brought to fruition by local group 'Sunshine Coast Climate Action Now.' Take a look at these great photos of the event in our gallery and be sure to come along next year!

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