Finalists have just been announced for the 2018 Premier’s Sustainability Awards and three projects from the City of Port Phillip star! The Awards celebrate inspirational people and organisations who are leading the way to a sustainable future.
In the Education category, Albert Park Pre-School celebrates a shared vision with the local Boon Wurrung people to keep a promise to Bunjil, an Indigenous creator deity, to take care of the children and the land.
Elenara Rooming House in St Kilda, operated by the Department of Health and Human Services, has been named a finalist in the Environmental Justice category for an upgrade that incorporates a range of sustainability features.
A council partnership between the cities of Port Phillip, Melbourne, Yarra and Moreland is a finalist in the Government category for developing the ground-breaking Melbourne Renewable Energy Project (MREP).
Winners will be announced at the Premier’s Sustainability Awards gala dinner at The Forum in Melbourne on Thursday 11 October.
The Premier will also personally select two overall winners of the Premier’s Regional Recognition Award and the Premier’s Recognition Award, to be announced at the ceremony.
For more information, photos and profiles of all finalists, click here