Go in the running to win one of seven sustainable prizes at the 2022 Sustainability Summit
October 26th, 2022
There’s just over two weeks to go until the 2022 Sustainability Summit and excitement is building for Australia’s longest running conference on the sustainable built environment. After two years of virtual events, this year we’re back with a hybrid format, meaning Australia’s leading minds will all be reunited in one room in Sydney’s Shangri-La hotel. With physical allocation nearly exhausted and virtual tickets being snapped up, now’s the time to secure your ticket to the Sustainability Summit.
Whether joining us at the Shangri-La or tuning in online, all ticket holders will have the opportunity to learn and be inspired with a full-day of thought leadership and education. Earn up to seven formal CPD points as you hear from industry experts and influential thinkers on topics including the NCC, social sustainability, disaster mitigation and circular economy.
If that’s not enough, you’ll also be going in the draw to win one of seven sustainably-minded prizes, meaning you could go home with the latest industry knowledge AND a killer prize.
So what are you waiting for? Secure your ticket and go in the running to win!
The main prize for 2022 sees the return of an old favourite – with the dream team at Luxury Lodges of Australia returning with a whopping $2,000 gift card for a holiday of your choosing. Luxury Lodges specialise in eco-stays and sustainable trips, meaning you can get some much needed R&R with the knowledge that your accommodation is mindful of its surrounding environment.
Head down to the stunning Freycinet National Park or take a trip up north to Hamilton Island, the choice is totally yours with this voucher. You’ll choose your own adventure and experience a holiday of a lifetime!
This major prize is open to all purchased tickets for the 2022 Sustainability Summit.
If that’s not enough temptation, all in-person Summit attendees will have the chance to take home one of six door prizes, all of which showcase more sustainable ways to kick back and relax.
Revisit the Summit with a voucher courtesy of our 2022 venue, the Shangri-La. Soak in the panoramic views of Sydney Harbour over a one night stay and refuel for a day of sight-seeing, shopping, walking or added relaxation with a complimentary breakfast. With this prize, Sydney is your oyster!
Get some Vitamin D while keeping your eyes safe with Good Citizens. We’re giving away a $150 voucher for you to up your eyewear game at Sydney’s own carbon negative outpost. Good Citizens take single use plastic bottles and turn them into stylish glasses. The future’s so bright!
Take a sip from one of Hidden Sea’s vegan, sustainable wines, with this prize. One lucky winner will walk away with six bottles from Australia’s premium vineyards. You’ll also be positively impacting the planet while you sample a drop, with Hidden Sea committing to remove and recycle 10 plastic bottles from rivers and oceans for every bottle of wine.
For a (potential) season of sun ahead, the time is ripe for a premium cooler bag to keep all your food and drink crisp for those long summer days. Business & Pleasure Co. are giving away one of their bags which are durable and aesthetically pleasing. Take yours with you to park picnics and beach days, this bag is coated for water, mould and UV and features sustainable printing linings to extend its life through all your events.
Get those summer melodies pumping with the Get Together Mini 2 Speaker courtesy of House of Marley. Created in collaboration with the Marley family, this speaker embodies Bob Marley’s great loves: music and the planet. Designed with solid bamboo and their eco-friendly REWIND ™ fabric, this mini speaker packs a punch acoustically and environmentally.
Seed & Sprout are committed to making homes more sustainable by providing alternatives to plastic for everyday items. Get your plastic-free journey underway with this selection of essentials, including their best selling Reusable Un-Baking Paper, shopping bag, reusable silicone pouches and stretch lids, produce bags, dish bar, pot scrubber and Cellulose Sponges.
The Sustainability Summit will be held on Thursday November 10 as a hybrid event. Join in person at the Shangri-La Sydney, or online wherever you have an internet connection. Get your ticket now and be in with the chance of winning from our sustainable prize pool.
The Sustainability Summit and Awards are proudly presented by Best of the Best and Carbon Neutral Partner Autex Acoustics, and category partners Big Ass Fans, BlueScope, Bondor, Electrolux, ForestOne, GH Commercial, Holcim, Kaolin, Network Architectural, Next Timber by Timberlink, Sika, Siniat, Stormtech, Verosol and Wood Solutions.
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