Day 1: 9am – 5pm, Saturday 26 August 2023
Day 2: 11am – 5pm, Sunday 27 August 2023
Location: Joondalup Lakeside Shopping Centre

Enactus ECU is bringing you a 2-day

Sustainability Festival 2023!

We all have a role to play in creating a better world. So let’s come together to promote sustainable practices that benefit everyone.
This event is made possible with the generous sponsorship of the following organisations:

Watch this space for a list of organisations that will showcase ways to tread lightly on this planet

Some views or opinions expressed by participating organisations may not reflect ECU’s or Enactus ECU’s
opinions or views and in some instances ECU or Enactus ECU may disagree with some statements.

  • To join the global movement in creating a sustainable and equitable future for all! By taking action on the 17 UNSDGs, we can help build healthier, happier, and more prosperous communities. 
  • We all have a role to play in creating a better world. From individuals to organisations, we can come together to promote sustainable practices that benefit everyone. 
  • Let’s make sustainability easy to learn and practice. By sharing knowledge, resources, and expertise, we can create positive change. 
  • Join in creating a platform for collaboration that helps us all take action on sustainability. Let’s make the world a better place, one sustainable step at a time! 
  • Interests and values related to sustainability would likely include a concern for the environment, a desire to learn about and adopt sustainable practices, and a willingness to take action to make a positive impact on the community and the world.
  1. To bring the community together, year on year, through an annual sustainability festival.
  2. To increase public understanding and engagement with the 17 UNSDGs in a festival setting which promotes good practices for sustainability and making them easy to learn and embed in daily life.
  3. Give a platform to individuals and organisations to collaborate and commit to sustainability initiatives.
  4. To measure the festival’s success in terms of attendance, public engagement and collaboration between individuals and organisations.

This is the third year Enactus ECU is hosting the Sustainability Festival – in 2023 it will be held for the first time at Joondalup’s Lakeside Shopping Centre – the third largest shopping centre in Western Australia!

The Festival offers a fun, interactive, and educational experience for people of all ages to learn about the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and how they are relevant and important to everyday life.

There will be various interactive workshops and activities that will educate our community on the SDGs and how they can live a more sustainable life. Additionally, there will be stalls with sustainable products and services that are available for purchase, along with some complimentary products for festival visitors.

For further information, please send an email to or follow us on social media @enactusecu for regular updates!


YOU! Your friends and family. Your neighbours and colleagues. EVERYONE! Individuals, families, students, professionals, community leaders…from the youngest to the most mature!


The Sustainability Festival is a great opportunity to increase awareness, engagement and conversion for your organisation. The festival also gives you and your organisation the opportunity to create a real positive change to the environment and the local community and creates sustainable business contacts/connections – increasing business reputation and subsequently profits.

If you are a stall holder, you can choose one or multiple SDGs your organisation/product(s) aligns with to present at your stall and showcase the positive impacts of your various products and services and the SDGs they align with.

For further information, please send an email to or follow us on social media @enactusecu for regular updates!

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