Sustainability Drinks (unhosted)

Please note: This event is not organised by us, so it is necessary to RSVP to the organisers of sustainability drinks if you are attending. They will have a name badge made up and waiting for you and ask that you are courteous and notify them if you change your mind.

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(If this link is broken, try googling 'eventbrite sustainability drinks melbourne' to book in and let me know to fix the link)

This is a regular Wednesday night monthly event in the city routinely attended by several of our members and very convenient for those who work in the city.  

There is a guest speaker that normally starts around 7pm. They are on every first Wednesday of the month from 6 - 8pm with the exception of January.

 The Slate bar can be a little tricky to find the first time. It is off Little Burke St between King St and William St.  Just before you get to William St, look right and look up. Across the paving there is a ramp and the Slate bar is at the top of that ramp. The picture shown is as if you have walked from Southern Cross Station down little Burke.  The bar is to your right and up that ramp.

Having said that, susty drinks has gained more profile in the past couple of months.  It has been taken over by a green minded entrepeneur, Geoff Gourley whose goal is to expand it across Australia. I notice they have already started up in Sydney.

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  • Lynette W

    So far the information on this session sounds a little different and exciting:

    To celebrate a fantastic year of expansion for SDA we are hosting an end of year drinks on Wednesday 4th December.

    This months event will consist of a panel discussion:

    1. Jonathan Wood, Sustainability and Environment Manager, Crown Melbourne Limited

    2. TBC

    3. TBC

    Moderated by: Geoff Gourley, Executive Director, Sustainability Drinks Australia

    November 20, 2013

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