Partnerships make our world go round and we're keen for creative collaborations.

We act as a hub for sustainability in Tasmania, connecting organisations of all kinds together for everyone's benefit. We partner with a range of individuals, businesses, government bodies and community and cultural groups to help equip and inspire Tasmanians to lead happy, sustainable lives in a healthy environment.

Our staff are passionate advocates for the environment and offer a range of skills and services. Contact us to discuss the benefits to our partnerships and how to begin the process. Together we can make a difference in the community. 


Bank Australia - Unlike some other banks, Bank Australia will not finance fossil fuel projects.  That's why we're asking people to switch their mortgage to Bank Australia.  Enquire here 

Businesses is Sustainable Living Tasmania's new social enterprise.  We aim to help you live happy, healthy, sustainable lives and through Ecohomeguide, we're making this easier and cheaper to achieve. By partnering with some of the State's best suppliers of sustainability goods and services we're connecting you to products and services that can reduce energy and resource use around the home and office.  Sign up to to hear about our latest offerings and take the two minute quiz under "Help me choose" to get the best advice for you.

Bulk buys - By partnering with a local specialist and pooling our purchasing power, we provided a special bulk buy price to customer. Customers benefited from knowing that the product and the supplier where vetted by us.

Festival - We work with a bunch of great businesses to bring you Tasmania's Sustainable Living Festival.

Community groups

We partner with a many grass-roots sustainability groups all over Tassie. Check out how we can help your community group here.


We've worked with Latrobe Council, City of Clarence and City of Hobart.


We've delivered many projects and services on behalf of Commonwealth and State governments including Housing Tasmania and the Tasmanian Climate Change Office.

Social service organisations 

We've partnered with many community service organisations to assist disadvantaged Tasmanians to reduce their costs by living sustainably. These include Neighbourhood Houses Tasmania, Anglicare Tasmania, Colony 47, Mission Australia Housing, Centacare Tasmania, and Council on The Aging Tasmania to name just a few.

University of Tasmania

As Principal Sponsor of 2015 Sustainable Living Festival we are working with University of Tasmania to deliver educational in depth talks and discussions.