Reverse Garbage’ public workshops are educational, affordable and focused on sustainability and creative reuse. Book a workshop today.
Invite us to your birthday party and we’ll run an activity suitable for your theme and your guests’ age group. We can bring our giant loose parts play kit or our reuse resources so guests can make their own party hats and decorations, create their own unique piece of junk jewellery, tinker with tools, design … Continue reading ZERO WASTE Children’s Parties
This Professional Development is designed and priced for students of Early Childhood Education to explore the areas of waste reduction, recycling, creative reuse and STEM. This condensed version of our ‘Sustainability and Reuse’ PD program was designed to fit into a VET lesson timetable. The session includes a warehouse tour, professional development session and exploration … Continue reading Sustainability and Creative Reuse Professional Development for VET Early Childhood Students
Work with friends or family to build an artwork to give as a gift or as a team-building activity. Using Reverse Garbage’s unique reuse materials each member will receive a kit with instructions to create a part of an artwork. Individuals create their piece and return them. Our artist will then use the individual elements … Continue reading Collaborative Group Artwork For Kids Or Adults
Small changes can make a big difference. One change you and your kids can make this Easter is to choose to reuse for the Easter hat parade. Imagine this, hundreds of kids at your school are excited to participate in the yearly Easter hat parade. Each child creates a beautiful and unique piece of art … Continue reading How to have a more environmentally friendly Easter hat parade
By Leslie Cheung, Year 11 student I remember the first day I volunteered to help out at a workshop at Reverse Garbage. I had almost no clue what I was doing and as I entered, I silently watched from the side as the educator explained the day’s activities and handed out instructions for the kids. … Continue reading The life of an education volunteer at Reverse Garbage