Compost your kitchen scraps at the 241 Bondi Road Community Garden

Compost your kitchen scraps at the 241 Bondi Road Community Garden

Words by Kit A number of unit-dwellers in Bondi have asked where they can put their kitchen scraps, not having access to a compost bin in their own building complex.  At the front of 241 Bondi Rd, Transition Bondi’s three compost bins are there for any thoughtful composter to use. In fact we’ve got a…

Do the right thing….DON’T recycle your disposable coffee cups.

Do the right thing….DON’T recycle your disposable coffee cups.

We Australians love our coffee, and it shows, with 3 billion single use coffee cups discarded per year. But did you know that coffee cups aren’t recyclable? This coming from Choice, a reputable publication. Even though commingled recycling in our area accepts paper and containers with symbols 1 – 7, the cup is neither one…

How Blue Bondi Green is engaging with local businesses to ban single-use plastic bags

How Blue Bondi Green is engaging with local businesses to ban single-use plastic bags

by Anne McArthur Let’s ban single-use plastic grocery bags in Bondi. Blue Bondi Green is a community group working in the Bondi Beach area with the aim to eliminate plastic bags from entering the environment. It’s not all plastic bags that we are focused on. Blue Bondi Green is not tackling the thicker, stronger plastic bags often…

Intentional conversations at the Bondi Farmers Markets

Intentional conversations at the Bondi Farmers Markets

Words by Kit Saturday morning rythyms in Bondi Picture the laid back Saturday vibe at Bondi Farmers Market on a sunny autumn morning: stall holders busily setting up shop and laying out their wares – rugs, fruit and veg, bread, corn-fritter breakfasts, fresh-squeezed lemonade, the chai stall, the coffee cart, organic meats, pickles, environmentally friendly baby…