Sustainable Business Awards

Next date: Wednesday, 25 October 2023 | 06:00 PM

Kingston Sustainable Business Awards

Established as a platform for our business community, the inaugural Sustainable Business Awards are an opportunity to recognise and celebrate the achievements of Kingston businesses in a broad range of sustainability initiatives.

We look forward to celebrating our nominees, finalists and winners at this Gala event.

Enjoy an evening connecting with like-minded individuals and networking with local businesses as we announce our award winners. 

The evening will be hosted by Rob Gell AM, a coastal geomorphologist. Rob works as an environmental and communications consultant and has extensive knowledge in sustainability and the green economy.

Your ticket also includes canapes and drinks on arrival, followed by a three-course dinner.

Book your ticket

We are delighted to have Community Bank Parkdale as a sponsor for these awards. 


  • A Tech Recyclers
  • Darren Whittaker (Azolla Certified)
  • Glittery Tapping Wonderland
  • LOEV
  • Lunch Fox
  • Samita Bhattacharjee (Deidda Pty Ltd)
  • Emren the Label
  • Atlite (Australia) Pty Ltd
  • Suresh Sutrave (Atlite (Australia) Pty Ltd)
  • Casafico
  • Thrive Flower School
  • Family Life
  • SVC Products Pty Ltd
  • Cheltenham RSL
  • Thrive Flowers
  • Pianos Recycled
  • e2environments
  • Purple Pear
  • SEMMbuild
  • Brainwave Bikes
  • Wendy Ford Hair and Beauty
  • Eco Soulife
  • 2 Brothers Brewery
  • Reluv Clothing

Award categories

Category 1: Waste reduction and the circular economy

Recognising businesses that have taken significant steps within their business to redirect waste from landfill.

Category 2: Ethical sourcing and procurement

Recognising businesses that demonstrate ethical and social responsibility relating to sustainable business practises.

Category 3: Diversity and inclusion

Recognising businesses that have initiated inclusive employment initiatives in Kingston.

Category 4: Sustainable leadership

Recognising business or individuals that have influenced customers, suppliers or the community to achieve sustainable outcomes in their industry.

Category 5: Net zero 2030

Recognising businesses that have committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions through the implementation of policy changes, technology improvements or new processes.

Category 6: Young changemakers and innovators

Recognising young people who have developed ideas or implemented positive changes in sustainability. 


Frequently asked questions

Who can attend the Gala event?

This event is for all people in business, staff and community members interested in celebrating business excellence across Kingston.

How can I get there?

Public transport is the best way to access Kingston City Hall and reduce your carbon footprint. Moorabbin Train Station is only 100 metres from the venue. Plan your trip via the PTV website.

Limited car park spaces (70) are available at Kingston City Hall. Refer to this map for additional parking in the surrounding area.

Who can I contact for more information?

For further information about the event, please contact the Kingston Business team at


  • Wednesday, 25 October 2023 | 06:00 PM
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