A tough choice is in store for the more than 9000 people expected to attend this year’s Logan Eco Action Festival (LEAF).
The 2019 event program is jam-packed with shows, demonstrations, workshops and entertainment, and all ages are catered to.
On the Eco Kids stage – this year to be solar-powered by Substation 33 – youngsters will be treated to the Recycleman, Geckoes Wildlife and Science on the Go shows among others.
The Home Grown Cooking stage will also be popular, where Logan Food Ambassador and former Michelin Star chef Bruno Loubet’s Paddock to Plate cooking demonstration will be on from 12pm.
Valerie Pearson will also teach cheese and dairy-free yoghurt making on the Home Grown Cooking stage.
A variety of workshops will also teach practical sustainable living skills, but it will be a case of first in, best dressed.
Attendees will have the chance to do kokedama making, giant weaving, create keepsake clay bowls or learn about traditional tools and skills from the Yerongpan Aboriginal Dancers.
And of course, Costa Georgiadis will rev up the crowd at the Main Stage, from 10.30am.
LEAF 2019 is on Sunday, May 26 from 10am until 3pm at Griffith University’s Meadowbrook campus.