Learn to live in harmony with the environment with the appliance of science at the 2014 Dubbo Sustainable City Expo and Science Cafe at the Dubbo Regional Botanic Garden from 9am to 2pm Saturday, August 23.
Take the opportunity to combine a refreshing stroll around the botanic garden while learning how to reduce your environmental foot print and save money.
Numerous experts will be on hand at the ninth annual Dubbo Sustainable City Expo to give free advice on a wide range of topics from composting to state-of-the-art sustainable living technology, appliances and services.
Learn the art of water-wise garden design, growing vegetables, composting and successful worm farming.
Check out the latest solar and renewable energy systems, and electric and hybrid vehicles.
Meanwhile the highly successful Science Cafe now in its second year, will inform, dazzle and amaze under the guidance of highly talented science teacher, successful actor and professional writer James Eddy.
Grab a refreshing beverage and listen to live interviews with some of the region’s most talented scientists, including scientists from the Australian National University and medical students from the University of Sydney. Sit back and enjoy SCINEMA films.
Children will be kept occupied by a wide range of free activities including interactive storytelling, the Stormwater Olympics, nature trails, the mobile zoo and face painting.
With so much to see, learn and do the 2014 Dubbo Sustainable City Expo and Science Cafe at the Dubbo Regional Botanic Garden promises to be a wonderful family day out.
Science Cafe is a registered National Science Week event and is funded under the NSW Regional Science Grants program supported by Inspiring Australia and the NSW government. National Science Week runs from August 16-24.
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