Excitement is increasing as we lock in all the performing artists, stalls and displays for this year's Ecotopia Earth Festival. On the Main Stage we will have a wonderful Welcome to Country with Wurundjeri Elder Aunty Kim Wandin. Following this we will be graced with the incredible talents of Tilda and Stella- who are
YARRA VALLEY ECOSS Presents Ecotopia 2024! Celebrating Permaculture Week in The Yarra Valley. Ecotopia is our Annual celebration of Community, the Earth and opening Permaculture Week in the Yarra Valley. We love to bring everyone together and showcase the new developments at ECOSS during the year, eat delicious healthy food and support our local
Ecotopia 2024 stallholder applications are now open! Please click on the link below to apply to be a part of this wonderful celebration of Permaculture Week in The Yarra Valley. Stallholder Application link: Stall Holders ECOSS – The Valley Market Friday 15th March ~ 3.30-9pm Music ~ Food ~ Environment Kids Entertainment ~ Stalls
***FREE Family Fun at The ECOSS Valley Market this Friday *** Come and enjoy a beautiful sunny afternoon out with Jigsaw Jumps setting up a bike track for the kids, this Friday 15th September 3.30-6pm at Yarra Valley ECOSS-711 Old Warburton Rd Wesburn. Support your local food producers with local produce, tacos, chocolate, bread and
Ngulu Festival @ ECOSS Valley Market Program Ngulu Festival at the ECOSS Valley Market! Date: Friday 16th June, 3.30-8pm. Ngulu is a special event to celebrate First Nations, hosted at Yarra Valley ECOSS on Wurundjeri Country. Ngulu will run alongside The ECOSS Valley market with local produce, arts, crafts and food. A Taste
Ecotopia 2023 https://youtu.be/l79DP9sDUGQ Ecotopia Earth Festival - celebrating Sustainable Living, and Permaculture Week! Save the Date! Friday March 17th, 3:30pm-9pm at ECOSS - 711 Old Warburton Rd, Wesburn. ECOSS Program 2023 Ecotopia 2023 is our Annual celebration of community and the earth and part of Permaculture Week in the
Thanks to a Victorian Government grant for preserving Indigenous Languages, we have been working on Identifying and signing as much of ECOSS as possible in the Critically Endangered Woi Wurrung Language of the Wurundjeri People. Working together with HICSA we have undertaken a Cultural Audit to ensure that we are using Best practice in respecting and honouring our Indigenous Families and Land. We are very grateful for the opportunity to celebrate this amazing project with you in the form of the Ngulu Festival to be held at ECOSS on May 26th- Sorry Day.