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Wellington Go Green Expo

Wellington Go Green Expo

The annual Wellington Go Green Expo is thrilled to be back for 2017, here to provide an exciting insight into the way you can practice a more healthy, sustainable, environmentally-friendly way of life. With over 250 eco-conscious exhibitors, the Go Green Expo will be bigger and better than ever!

The Go Green Expo is New Zealand’s largest green lifestyle show covering a wide range of categories, including organic food and beverages, gardening, home and living, beauty and personal care, healthy pet products, health and wellness, supplements among many more!

From well-known brands including Ecostore, Tailor Skincare and Raglan Coconut Yoghurt, to brand-new companies such as Martygirl Skinfood. All of which are thrilled to offer expert advice and products, so this ecological extravaganza is not to be missed!

As well as the diverse range of exciting goods, the Go Green Expo also offers Free Yoga sessions, insightful seminars and unique workshops. Members from the Wellington City Council are among the great blockbuster seminar and workshop line-up, ready to help you reconstruct your understanding of leading a more sustainable, healthier lifestyle. You can shop, gain expert advice, practice therapeutic movements and engage with hundreds of sustainable exhibitors, all under the same roof!

With the environmentally-friendly movement ever increasing across New Zealand, the Go Green Expo is the perfect one-stop shop for everything you need in order to live a more green, beneficial lifestyle. With the extensive range of products and services, you’re guaranteed to leave the Go Green Expo with the perfect materials and a memorable experience.

When: Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th November, 10am – 5pm
Where: TSB Bank Arena, 4 Queens Wharf, Wellington

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