The 2023 Sustainable Living Festival - A tour of Mulbury & an art exhibition in our Gallery @ 26 Advantage. Feb 25th, 2023

***UPDATED**** - A 2nd tour of Mulbury has been confirmed for February 25th. 

To celebrate the 2023 Sustainable Living Festival, on February 25rd, 2023 we are hosting a tour of the Mulbury premises to give you an insight to how our sustainable business operates and to educate and inspire others to implement sustainable practice into their own businesses and lifestyles. 

This event is in conjunction with another Sustainable Living Festival event - Earth and Sky Stories (An art exhibition with a focus on sustainability and biodiversity) which also takes place at our premises in our gallery space - 26 Advantage.

The 2023 Sustainable Living Festival is held at multiple locations around Australia throughout February. 

More details below 💚

Mulbury in Highett, Melbourne.

A snapshot of our spectacular space.

What you’ll experience:

- A tour of our workshop – how and where our recycled timber frames are made
- Mulbury’s shop front of recycled timber picture frames, spectacular vintage items and homeware
- Viewing of our inspiring resident artists work
- An introduction to our unique, industrial art gallery space 26 Advantage
- A viewing of an Art Exhibition - Earth and Sky Stories. More info below. 

We promise this is an experience that you will never forget!

The National Sustainable Living Festival, February 2023

Art Exhibition - Earth & Sky Stories

In this latest exhibition by Karen Hopkins, along with Steffie and Neil Wallace, three creatives explore our connection to nature and the impacts of climate change on sustainability. 

Inspired by our symbiotic relationship to the earth with its fragile ecosystems, and the corresponding relationship to our inner and outer worlds this show explores the importance of living together, with care and respect for the earth, and all life, in an ever-changing world. 

Unsustainable living is also questioned by this trio as they seek to examine maintaining emotional sustainability and the unsustainable consumption of finite materials with ramifications for our critically endangered species. We are thrilled this exhibition will be part of this year’s National Sustainable Living Festival held across Australia each year.


Earth and Sky Stories Exhibtion 

We all hope this exhibition will be an inspiring event and instigate conversations around sustainability and biodiversity in the local Bayside community and beyond.

Want to experience this truly unique event?

When: Saturday, February 25th.
- Mulbury tour starts at 9.30am.
- Earth & Sky Stories Exhibition 10am onwards with artist presentations. 

Where: 26 Advantage Rd Highett. 

Cost: Free event. 

Please RSVP your attendance to

Have a question: Call us on 03 9532 3424


Want to know more about all those involved:

26 Advantage Art Gallery: Website  |  Facebook  |  Instagram

Karen Hopkins Art: Website Facebook  |  Instagram

Steffie Wallace Art: Website  |  Facebook Instagram

Neil Wallace Art: Website Instagram

Mulbury: Website Facebook  |  Instagram

Sustainable Living Festival: Website  |  Facebook  |  Instagram 

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