Events & Activities In Brisbane


Jul

4

Nature Rangers: natures waste and recycling experts

A fun learning experience for 10-12 year olds. Where will you find the largest number of animals living in our natural bushland? The answer lies right under your feet! If we didn’t have animals and insects to recycle our wastes, there would be no food. Discover the hidden world that lies beneath leaf litter and why recycling is important to humans and the natural environment.

Time
4th Jul
9 am to 12 pm
Location
Downfall Creek Bushland Centre, 815 Rode Road, McDowall

Jul

6

Le Festival feat. chef Bruno Loubet

The French event Le Festival 2018 at Southbank on July-6-8 includes a cooking demo and masterclasses by Bruno Loubet. Bruno is extremely passionate about sustainability and what impact diet can have on the planet and their health. One of his restaurants won Sustainable Restaurant of the Year in 2013 and 2015. Sustainable cooking will feature in both the cooking demo and his masterclasses.

See the program on the Le Festival website for the specific times and dates featuring Bruno.

Time
6th Jul
to 
8th Jul
Location
Southbank

Jul

9

Cooking classes for kids

July 9 to 13. These Love Food Hate Waste classes are back due to popular demand! The same menu and programme will be followed and thus only new participants are encouraged to attend.

Did you know that around one third of the average Brisbane wheelie bin is food waste? With simple behaviour changes in the kitchen we can all make a difference and easily reduce this waste.  Participants will learn to make better food choices, helping to reduce waste while learning to cook great dishes like individual fruity bread and butter puddings, fresh tomato bolognese bakes and hearty cheesy toasted sandwiches.

Time
9th Jul
to 
13th Jul
Location
11 Grenoble St, The Gap QLD 4061, Australia