Thursday, February 9, 2017

CERES Harvest Festival

Celebrating and giving thanks to the good earth, our farmers and the cycle of the seasons.

Come and celebrate at the CERES Harvest Festival on Saturday 25th March 2017.

CERES Harvest Festival offers a range of entertainment with live music, performances, free workshops, animal displays, cake baking competition and kids activities. All this alongside food and craft stalls from our most loved local merchants.

Bring your whole family along to the Harvest Festival celebrations. 

Sat 25th March from 10am-3pm, Cnr Roberts and Stewart Streets, Brunswick East.

A little bit of country right here in the city.  Entry is $5* Kids are free. 

For more information contact 9389 0100 or visit

*All proceeds go towards keeping CERES awesome

Thursday, February 2, 2017

CERES Permaculture Drinks


6:30PM - 8:30PM


Practice your social permaculture skills and hear from some inspired and inspiring practitioners while enjoying a drink and meeting new friends.

Our two wonderful guest speakers are Urban Farmer and author Justin Calverley, and winner of Biggest and Best Backyard Harvest and Quail Queen Kat Lavers. 

$10 full price / $8 CERES and SLF Members
(Entry fees go towards cost of presenters).

To make a booking please visit

Bar will be available on the night.

This event is part of Sustainable Living Festival and will be held in The Merri Table at CERES.

The Merri Table
CERES Environment Park
Cnr Roberts and Stewart Streets
Brunswick East, VIC 3057
Contact Details:
Sieta Beckwith 03 9389 0180

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Sustainability Grants Program- CityLink Tulla Widening

The CityLink Tulla Widening sustainability grants program aims to support community groups and organisations committed to making positive and sustainable improvements for the benefit of local residents, groups and environments.

The grants support sustainability focused initiatives that generate social and environmental benefits for communities the CityLink Tulla Widening project is working in between Bulla Road, Strathmore, and Power Street, Southbank.

In 2017, the CityLink Tulla Widening team will accept applications for the sustainability grants program twice during the year. Each round, three grant recipients will receive up to $5000 for their nominated project and/or initiative.

Applications for the first round of grants will be accepted from late January 2017.

For more information about the program, including key dates, selection criteria and eligibility requirements, email

Lani Seaborne
Communications Advisor
CityLink Tulla Widening

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