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The Planet Talks: WOMADelaide 2014

7 – 10 March, 2014

WOMADelaide is an Australian festival launched in 1992. Since then, it has become one of the nation’s favourite outdoor festivals, not only because of the unique and extraordinary music it presents, but also because of its beautiful and friendly vibe.

Where: Botanic Park, Adelaide, SA.
When: 7–10 March.
Cost: Prices range for 4-day, 3-day and single day or night passes, see website (kids free).
Click here for more information.

Girl carrying corn

The corn people

Tuesday, 11 June 2013

The longstanding relationship that Mexicans have with corn is being eroded by the threat of genetic modification.

The Rocks Windmill

The Rocks Windmill

Friday April 12 - Sunday May 12, 2013
A four story windmill will be erected in the iconic backdrop of The Rocks for a month long series of events that will celebrate history through art, science, culture, sustainability and more! ‘The Rocks Windmill’ will act as a functioning wheat-grind, and will be the epicenter of the events as an intimate 40-seated venue. The program also includes an array of holiday and weekend workshops, ranging from wheat-growing to discovering Shakespeare. The host of ABC's Gardening Australia, Costa Georgidais, will be making an appearance alongside the various displays, as will artist and forager Diego Bonetto.

Where: Rocks Square, The Rocks, Sydney, NSW.
When: April 12 - May 12, 2013.
Cost: Most events are free, but spaces are limited and bookings are required.
Click here for more information and bookings.

Diego Bonetto

The food forager

Tuesday, 9 April 2013

We talk to expert forager Diego Bonetto about finding your own local, wild food.

Byron Bay Film Festival, 2012

Byron Bay FIlm Festival 2013

Friday 1 March - Sunday 10 March, 2013
Celebrate local and international art, music and cinema at the Byron Bay Film Festival, which is screening over 200 films from more than 30 countries. Backdropped by a beautiful location, there is something to please the whole family, from documentaries, feature films, animations or short films.
The Byron Bay Film Festival, which strives to promote social, cultural and environmental awareness, features a host of environmental films, and caters to all audiences by offering both 'Adults Only' and 'Family' sessions.

Price varies depending on sessions.

Where: Byron Bay
When: Friday 1 March - Sunday 10 March
Click here for more information.

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