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Children are the future – our messages are reaching them


A glimpse at the children’s placard messages at the recent climate change marches makes it clear they are very aware of their environment and want to be involved in taking care of it. This was a very rewarding moment for us – especially when we saw that many of the placards were made from reuse resources!  Reverse … Continue reading Children are the future – our messages are reaching them

We’re hiring casual education officers


We are urgently seeking additional casual educators for the upcoming school holiday period, (particularly the week of Monday, 8 October to Sunday, 14 October), as well as future school holiday periods. Started by teachers in 1974, Reverse Garbage is still focussed on sustainability education – and we need help to meet the demand. We provide … Continue reading We’re hiring casual education officers

They’re calling on you… and you answered


Reverse Garbage has partnered up with Taronga Zoo to call on you to donate your old mobile phones, chargers, tablets and digital cameras to help the gorillas – and you answered. Last week, RG Creative Director, Kirsten Junor, visited the gorillas and Taronga’ Darcie Carruthers to deliver the 24 phones and an Ipad donated by … Continue reading They’re calling on you… and you answered

Product of the Week: Stylish Designer Baby Bags – just in!


Just arrived: designer baby bags, usually retailing for $199 (!!), available from Reverse Garbage for $20 each! An everyday baby nappy bag that not only looks stylish, but is also practical in every way, the these handy bags are made from high quality PU leather and has everything a carer needs – masses of storage … Continue reading Product of the Week: Stylish Designer Baby Bags – just in!

Mosaic Workshops at Reverse Garbage


The second stage of the creation of our Indigenous Storytelling Garden, the Yenmala Nura (‘Let’s Walk Through Country’) Garden, is underway! Thank you to volunteers who have spared their time to contribute to the mosaic pieces. The garden will soon feature a mosaic ‘yarning circle’ made from donated Reverse Garbage tiles and featuring various Aboriginal … Continue reading Mosaic Workshops at Reverse Garbage