Glasshouse, Port Macquarie - conference venue

Glasshouse, Port Macquarie – conference venue


The Sustainable Village Living conference organisers will be contacting all the following publications and online sites to promote the conference to their readers and include in their events calendars.



The Fifth Estate

The Fifth Estate is Australia’s leading source of news, views and information on sustainable property and the built environment. We publish daily and distribute a free weekly newsletter with key highlights of coverage. read more at

Green Magazine

Green is Australia’s leading publication [published bi-monthly] for inspirational stories on sustainable design featuring local and international houses, gardens and profiles. Read more at


Since 1974, ECOS has reported on sustainability issues from a scientific perspective for Australia’s national scientific research agency, CSIRO.  Read more at


Sanctuary is Australia’s premier magazine dedicated to sustainable house design.Sanctuary is published four times a year. Read more at

Alternative Technology Association

The Alternative Technology Association (ATA) is a not-for-profit organisation that exists to connect, inspire and assist people to make sustainable choices in their homes and communities.  Read more at  More than 5000 members


ReNew: technology for a sustainable future is Australia’s premier magazine on practical sustainable living. Each quarterly issue of ReNew features the latest in sustainable building practice, alternative fuels and the latest renewable energy technology such as solar, wind, micro-hydro and geothermal.  Read more at

G Magazine

Australia’s leading green media title since 2007, Green Lifestyle covers every facet of how to be more sustainable in our everyday lives. Offering positive, reliable advice and inspiration, our team of green gurus takes a trusted, well-researched, practical approach to every eco-living query imaginable. Read more at


Home of Leading Certified and Verified Sustainable Products, Ecospecifier has over 6,700 sustainable products making it one of the world’s most expansive sustainable knowledge bases.Read more at