Upcoming SCEC Events
We are excited to welcome you to the 42nd annual World Environment Day Festival (WED Fest)!
Last year, the festival was reimagined for the first time into a month long program of events and we were honored to receive the Queensland Partnerships for Landcare Award. This year, we are back again with a bespoke program of diverse experiences for all.
Together with our event partners we are delivering 16 events throughout the month of June in ecosystems throughout the broader Sunshine Coast region. Please RSVP below to be the first to know when tickets are released. Some events will have limited capacity.
The 2022 World Environment Day global campaign #OnlyOneEarth calls for transformative changes to policies and choices to enable cleaner, greener, and sustainable living in harmony with nature. Our festival creates immersive experiences for people to connect with the theme and take action for a greener future.
Visit the WED Fest website here.
Check out last year's video here.
Join Coolum and North Shore Coast Care for a morning of dune plantings and an informative talk on marine turtles.
Please wear suitable outdoor clothing, sunscreen and BYO water.
Join Florabunda Bushcare and Petrie Creek Catchment Care Group to learn about propagating native plants at their nursery in Woombye.
Please email Suzie to RSVP.
Join us for Green Drinks Sunshine Coast!
Every month people who work in the environmental field meet up at informal sessions known as Green Drinks. These events happen throughout the world.
A lively mixture of people from NGOs, academia, government and business come together to network and share ideas. It's a great way of catching up with people you know and also for making new contacts. Everyone invites someone else along, so there’s always a different crowd, making Green Drinks an organic, self-organising network.
Please RSVP to attend, we look forward to connecting with you!
Join the ECOllaboration, Florabunda Bushcare and Sunshine Coast Council team for a morning of tree planting to restore riparian zones in Nambour.
Walk, Talking Country with Kabi Kabi elder, Bev Hand.
Join Hinterland Bush Links and Aunty Bev on a walk at Gheerulla Falls Walk, Mapleton. Aunty Beverly will lead us on this short walk, explaining the way the Indigenous Australians used the resources of the land, particularly the plants found along the walk. Bring your own morning tea to enjoy at Gheerulla Falls.
Please wear suitable outdoor covered clothing and shoes and bring plenty of water.
We’re celebrating World Environment Day by having a free self-guided walk for all the family through Bancroft’s Red Gum Reserve in Little Mountain on Sunday 26 June
Come along and see how an area was transformed from cleared cattle grazing land to natural bushland. This happened over 9 years from 2009 to 2017 with many volunteers helping out by planting trees. Maybe you were one of them?
On the day of the walk kids can answer an Eco Quiz and go into the draw to win a children's e-scooter!
Sign on at the entrance to Bancroft’s Red Gum Reserve in Daintree Boulevard near the end of Village Way.
Just look for the yellow tent (pictured below) .
Register in advance to help give us an idea of numbers.