| EcoFiesta 2004
First Sunday in June, 12 Midday - 5pm (6th June 2004)
Queens Gardens - Cnr Gregory and Paxton St, North Ward
Eco Entertainment - with a folk/world fusion flavour
Eco Cafe - with global tinge
Eco Expo - diversity and sustainability in over 40 displays
Eco Workshops - a taste of the arts with an eco bent
Eco Kids - Come in costumes and make and parade wondrous creations from the recycling box
Come and see the friendly Environmental Management staff at Eco Fiesta and be part of our interactive displays and learn more about the importance of maintaining water quality in a tropical urban environment and how to create a water saving garden in your own backyard using local native species and some simple water saving techniques.
Find out more about Council projects including Greening Townsville, School Shade Trees Program, Creek to Coral, local Envirofund projects, partnerships with local community groups, environmental management systems, habitat management and the importance of making use of local native trees and shrubs in your own gardens.
Billabong Sanctuary display in 2003
|Townsville City Council's
Environmental Excellence & Sustainability Awards
presented at Eco Fiesta 6th June 2004
Promote your achievements and enter Townsville's Environmental Excellence & Sustainability Awards today for a chance to win great prizes!
Entry forms: download
the application form here or
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