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Wellington Go Green Expo

Wellington Go Green Expo

The annual Wellington Go Green Expo is back for 2017, ready to transform what it truly means to live a sustainable, ecological, 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, eco homes, healthy pet products, home and living, energy-efficient transportation and many more!

From well-known brands including Insulmax, Better NZ Trust and Waters Co., to brand-new companies such as Formance. All of which are thrilled to offer expert advice and products so this ecological extravaganza is not to be missed!

Not only is there an extensive range of exciting goods, the Go Green Expo offers an insightful place to learn, engage and discuss with the hundreds of sustainable exhibitors and public speakers. 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.

With the environmentally-friendly movement ever increasing across New Zealand, everyday Kiwis are now more aware of their lifestyle choices and the impacts of their actions on the environment and their health. The Go Green Expo is the perfect place to enhance this attitude as it provides everything you need in order to live a sustainable lifestyle. From shopping, advising and learning, you’re guaranteed to leave the Go Green Expo with a memorable experience.


When: Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th November, 10am – 5pm

Where: TSB Bank Arena, 4 Queens Wharf, Wellington


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