Adelaide Festival

The Adelaide Festival is a large-scale, fully curated arts event, recognised as one of the world’s most prestigious international arts festivals. It has a rich history of innovation, excellence, diversity of programming and a deep and abiding relationship with its community. Since its inception in 1960, the Adelaide Festival has had a peerless reputation for a multi-disciplinary program which features opera, music, theatre, dance, new media, literature and visual arts from Australia and around the world.

As an iconic event for our community, we want Adelaide Festival to be an exemplar of environmental responsibility and know that we can make a vital and significant contribution to a future that we want our children to inherit. We are committed to reducing our impact on the environment and we are proud to become the first arts festival in Australia to be certified carbon neutral.

We will consistently measure and reduce our impacts on the environment, while offsetting the remaining carbon emissions involved in presenting our arts festival. We are working with our staff, artists, suppliers, crew, volunteers, donors, sponsors and audience to ensure that sustainability is a key focus in everything we do.

Public Disclosure Statement

Post-event 2021

CERTIFICATION TYPE:
Event

YEAR

2021

PUBLICATION DATE:
2021-09-23

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Public Disclosure Statement

Pre-event 2021

CERTIFICATION TYPE:
Event

YEAR

2021

PUBLICATION DATE:
2021-03-05

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Public Disclosure Statement

Post-event 2020

CERTIFICATION TYPE:
Event

YEAR

2020

PUBLICATION DATE:
2020-10-22

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Public Disclosure Statement

Pre-event 2020

CERTIFICATION TYPE:
Event

YEAR

2020

PUBLICATION DATE:
2019-11-11

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