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SEP 2021 Brisbane Eco Expo POSTPONED until early 2022!
Welcome to the Eco Expo
“Let’s Save the World”
The Eco Expo is encouraging each of us to take one eco step toward being more sustainable. Saving the world doesn’t mean making dramatic lifestyle changes, but every step counts. If every person takes just one step, together, we can make a difference. All events moving forward will strictly adhere to our Covid-19 plan, ensuring the safety and wellbeing of our exhibitors, staff and the greater community.
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LET'S ALL TAKE ONE ECO STEP
Australia’s largest sustainability expo – the Eco Expo – returns to Brisbane for a third time in 2021! Our theme at the Eco Expo is #OneEcoStep.
Saving the planet doesn’t have to involve a drastic lifestyle change, but everyone working together and making their own step toward sustainability will make a difference. Find a range of inspiring, educational, and innovative products to start you on your eco journey.
Whether you are already an environmental guru, or are looking to take the first step towards living reducing your environmental footprint, the Eco Expo offers you everything you need to know.
Meet hand picked eco exhibitors and speakers from all industries as they come together to familiarise you with their one eco step, or to help you take yours.
WHAT CAN I FIND?
RETURNING TO BRISBANE WITH A COVID-SAFE EVENT
AT THIS YEAR'S BRISBANE ECO EXPO
ONE ECO STEP
The Eco Expo is not about pushing drastic measures but instead encouraging each of us to take just one step toward a sustainable lifestyle. Take your #oneecostep at the Eco Expo, with all the information, products and support you need on your path.
BRISBANE ECO EXPO
ARE TINY HOUSES OUR FUTURE?
Check Out These Tiny, Sustainable Homes at the Brisbane Eco Expo
Despite early forecasts of a COVID-driven slump, house prices are now surging in many parts of Australia. This is further widening the gap between the housing “haves” and “have-nots”, and we are seeing related rises in housing stress, rental insecurity and homelessness.
In Australia and elsewhere a movement has emerged that supports tiny house living as an important response to the housing affordability crisis.