Challenge your household to do something new to reduce your impact on the planet. Households that successfully complete their challenges each month will go in the draw to win great prizes*.
Challenges are one month long each. You can do one, two or all three. There will also be great workshops and events exclusively for challenge participants!
Challenge 1 and 2 are now complete. All households are welcome to participate although only residents
of the Inner West Local Government Area will be eligible to receive prizes.
For more detailed information and to help you with your challenges, download the factsheets:
Lucky draw winners for the Sustainable Food Challenge received:
The winner for Know Your Waste Challenge received:
*Please see the Terms & Conditions of prize draws.
Participants in the challenges will receive exclusive invitations to workshops when they sign up:
For questions or more information, please email email@example.com or call (02) 9716 1991.
This is an initiative of the Inner west Council. Only residents of the Inner West local government area will be eligible to receive prizes.
“For me, participating in the Eco Challenge was not about winning or competing with anyone else but more about challenging myself to learn something new and share what I have tried, in my sustainability journey. It was great to be part of this. No matter what you know, there is always more you can learn!” Jyoti, Ashfield
"What I enjoyed most about the Eco Challenge program was how it focused on different aspects of our lifestyle allowing us to identify the areas where we could make the greatest improvement. For my family, the area where we've been able to make the most positive changes is food. We've dramatically reduced waste by meal planning, composting food scraps and growing herbs and salad greens. The program also motivated me to become a 'City Cousin' for Food Connect, a social enterprise connecting local farmers with city folk." Briana, Ashfield
"The Ashfield Eco Challenge is a great, fun community initiative. I enjoyed the fact that it was not preaching and covered a lot more than the basic water or electrical type things at home." Nicole, Haberfield