The Conscious Space delivers three days of ethical and sustainable brands, market stalls, workshops, organic wine bars, healthy eats and more.
We’re all looking for ways to be better. Whether we sign up for a fitness challenge at our gym or commit to buying our groceries from our local farmers market, there’s plenty of ways to improve our lifestyle. But sometimes the thought of changing the way we eat, live and shop can feel pretty overwhelming. Thankfully, a new event is about to launch in Sydney that’s designed to combat this information overload and help you live more mindfully.
The event in question is The Conscious Space, a three-day festival uniting ethical and sustainable brands with consumers to help us all make more informed purchasing decisions. Hosted in The Cutaway at Barangaroo Reserve from March 28th to 29th, The Conscious Space gathers 150 inspiring businesses and innovators for a weekend of talks, workshops, pop-up food and drink stalls and more. The goal? To create a space for connection, community and collaboration to empower everyone to make better decisions for ourselves and the planet.
Across the weekend, The Conscious Space will present keynote presentations from leading sustainability innovators plus a dedicated meditation space, interactive workshops covering everything from mindfulness to yoga and so much more. Plus, you’ll be able to shop your way through value-driven brands in the categories of fashion, beauty, home and garden, including Koala, Huskee, Wandering Sol, The Swag and more. To explore the full line-up of vendors, click here.
Plus, there’s plenty of fun foodie stuff to enjoy including an organic wine bar, beer tasting and food stalls with a variety of sugar-free, meat-free and gluten-free options. Expect organic olive leaf teas from Stone & Grove, wines from Australia’s largest independent organic wine producer Tamburlaine and mindful organic, biodynamic wines from the team at Vineful.
The best part? Entry to the event is completely free, in an effort to ensure the festival is as accessible as possible. To find out more and to book your spot, click here.