The annual Peninsula Health and Sustainability Expo offers a fresh perspective on health and well-being practices on the Mornington Peninsula, with a particular focus on helping people pause to try out mindfulness techniques.

Now in its 5th year, the Peninsula Health and Sustainability Expo shares tips, how-to’s and demonstrations on environmentally friendly practices and well-being techniques to help Mornington Peninsula locals feel happier inside and out.

Just $3 for adults (or $5 for double), the Expo is on Sunday 25th October, 2015 from 10am – 4pm at the Mornington Racecourse.

Expo ambassador Fiona Redding, The Happiness Hunter is the 2015 face of the Peninsula Health and Sustainability Expo.


She joins over 60 highly-regarded peninsula businesses, health practitioners, nutritionists and wellness operators who care passionately about living in a holistic and happy way.

It doesn’t take much to change the word, or your own lifestyle – but sometimes it can be overwhelming to know where to start, and who to turn to. This is such a terrific opportunity to make those connections and changes”

Fiona will be talking at the Expo about the Happiness Hunter walks across Melbourne, Life Integration and her “You can change your Life” bootcamp which is having a profoundly positive impact on people’s happiness, health and wellbeing.


A Peninsula Mindfulness Tent, a Green Zone sustainable homes area and healthy cooking and wellness demonstrations will inspire families to make healthier lifestyle decisions.

Event organiser Jo Schutt is a passionate campaigner for good health and life balance.

There are so many holistic approaches we can learn from like reflexology, acupuncture, nutrition and chiropractic care.  These services can help improve the quality of our lives in a lasting way, and there’s terrific earth-friendly approaches and businesses to assist us in our homes and our backyards. The Peninsula Health and Sustainability Expo puts them all under the same green roof for one day.”


In  supporting the health and well being of the Peninsula, the Expo is giving back to the community by supporting not-for-profit agencies the Uplift Project and the Wellness Pavilion community funding project.  

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