We're proud to support

Coolum and North Shore Coast Care

Win’nam – Pandanus Recovery Project

The Pandanus Tree is synonymous with our region’s waterways and beaches. We are proud to help Coolum & North Shore Coast Care restore the Pandanus species in our community through ‘Win’nam’ Caring for Country with Community – Pandanus Recovery Kickstart Project. 
Art Action 4 Oceans

Art Action 4 Oceans Education Program

The Art Action 4 Oceans education program will help to inspire students to reduce their plastic waste through art.  Our sponsorship means almost 1000 students from nine different schools across the Moreton Bay, Noosa and Sunshine Coast regions will participate in the program. 

 

Kumbartcho Sanctuary


Kumbartcho Festival, 27 August 2017

The Bunya Community Environmental Association’s Kumbartcho Festival is one of Moreton Bay’s favourite environmental events. We are thrilled to play our part in the event, helping to provide fun, free environmental education for the community. 

 

Ecollaboration

Ecollaboration Catchment Education Tours

Ecollaboration works to inspire and educate the future custodians of our waterways. Our sponsorship will make possible a series of catchment education tours for students and teachers across the Sunshine Coast and Moreton Bay.  

 

Noosa Festival of Water


Noosa Festival of Water, 25 June 2017

Each year, the Noosa Festival of Water attracts hundreds of families and festival goers to celebrate Noosa’s waterways and increase awareness of the Mary River Catchment.   The event will be held on Sunday 25 June 2017 at the Noosa Botanic Gardens.

 

World Environment Day

WED Festival, 4 June 2017

The World Environment Day Festival is a signature environmental event for our region.  We are proud to support this free family friendly festival, helping to inspire and educate our community!  

 




Tangaroa Blue


Schools Adopt-a-Beach Program

Through the Adopt-A-Beach Project, nine schools will be invited to work in partnership team at Tangaroa Blue to protect their own local beach from the impact of plastic waste and change behaviours in their school community.