To celebrate six years running, the Logan Eco Action Festival (LEAF) is kicking things up a notch this year, holding greener activities, more workshops and entertainment for the whole family to enjoy.

This Sunday (5 June) spend World Environment Day learning how to turn over a new leaf at the Logan Eco Action Festival (LEAF), with environmentally friendly activities and educational events designed to help create awareness about the environmental issues we face as a community.

For the first time ever, the festival will see incredible live music performances by three of the Gold Coast’s most recognised bands; Tijuana Cartel, The Twine and RNB/funk/soul/improve crew, The Hanlon Brothers.

There will also be a range of ‘how to’ workshops on the day, including how to ferment your own food held by Brisbane’s green living guru Roman Spur, how to turn your trash into treasure by up-cycling and recycling, how to make your own soap and toothpaste and classes on reducing your weekly grocery bill.

There will be range of demonstrations on throughout the festival as well, including cheese making demonstrations and making sugar-free jams, or you could just go for a wander and indulge in some of the healthy and organic food stalls all around the festival.

There is plenty for the kids too with an adrenaline zone, featuring a host of free activities from rock climbing, jumping castles, giant slides and face painting, as well as henna body art, wildlife shows and more.

For those after a more relaxing day there will also be a free health and wellness centre with meditation, Konga classes and yoga sessions.

So turn over a new leaf with your family and head to the Logan Eco Action Festival!

LEAF will run from 10 am to 3 pm this Sunday 5 June at Griffith University’s Logan Campus.

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