We are readying for a great 2018, can't wait to see you there.
Contact Us if you'd like to have a stall, workshop, display entertain,
volunteer or be part of the 28th envirofair organising committee,
we would be super keen to have you on board with us.
envirofair is a community event held annually on the Saturday of the long weekend in June, in the beautiful river city town of Taree, located on the Mid-North Coast of NSW. Taree Envirofair is hosted by the Manning Valley community radio station 2BOB Radio, 104.7FM.
The event is in its 27th year and continues to raise awareness about environmental issues and how we as individuals, families or communities can protect support and enhance our natural assets. envirofair is a family day of entertainment and features innovative market stalls, displays and demonstrations of ecologically-friendly products and ideas for living with a minimal environmental footprint.
envirofair is the place to learn of the truth about coal seam gas fracking & the immediate danger and future risks to the environment.
Come and find out about how solar can work for you and ideas to reduce the power bill.
Added to the serious side of the Envirofair local artisans present their work, be it fresh organic produce or craft and musicians entertain with music that fits the theme.
Fabulous food is available from the famous 2BOB Radio's Global Café and other food vendors.
envirofair has had the the kids sorted with a variety of cool activities & workshops for their entertainment, including candle & kite making, circus skills, and face painting, you can even fashion your own instrument from recycled objects with Junk Music, this will continue in 2018 also with a bunch of activities once again happening for the kids.
envirofair is staged at Taree Park (2BOB Radio's "backyard") on the corner of Wynter and Macquarie streets. Everyone is welcome, so come along to envirofair 2018 to show you care.
BIG THANKS TO ENVIROFAIR 2017 SPONSORS & SUPPORTERS:
Greater Taree City Council, Mid Coast Water, JR Richards, Midcoast Waste Services,Focus Magazine, MRT, Taree Hire, Holiday Coast Credit Union All the Volunteers at 2BOB Radio!
2018 World Environment day is celebrated in Taree with the Annual Envirofair, on Saturday June 9th, 2018 Taree Park between 9.00am and 3.30pm.
This day is about raising awareness of our environmental footprint. This footprint grows bigger with the garbage we produce which includes the amount of plastic that we continue to consume and disgard. The plastic ball seen at last year has grown since then and will again be displayed at this year’s event. Keeping plastic out of the garbage cycle.
The Envirofair’s focus is on waste management... getting back to nature and natural products and thinking about day to day activities, purchases where we can reduce our garbage and in some instances, save money $$ and be healthier whilst learning to reduce our dependence on consumables that create garbage.
The Waste Hierarchy that MidCoast waste works with - Reduce, reuse, recycle, recover and dispose. Is the tide turning ? with time and technological advancement and opportunity to be innovative, we may be able to start to tackle the monumental tasks of reducing the waste in the world.
Worm farming is a great way to recycle your food scraps with the benefit of harvesting your own garden fertiliser. All relevant food scraps will be collected and be feed to on the day. You can have a chat about wether solar is a good option for you and how you can be involved in the Manning Clean Water Action group and the Oxygen Farm. Also there will be alternatives for health, healing and home made products that nurture the internal environment and soul.
Food to satisfy and colourful and creative children’s activities.
SATURDAY JUNE 9th 2018
9.00am - 3.30pm
gold coin entry
The Recycled Maze Community Project
click to see
ALL Cafe & Hot Food Stalls
A full list of stalls can be click found at Exhibitors
Support Envirofair 2018
Have you considered becoming a 2BOB Radio Envirofair sponsor? Here is the sponsorship application form and details