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Enviro Heroes


Join us in the month of June for our Enviro Heroes Campaign!

We are thrilled to showcase, honour, and celebrate the incredible efforts of our local community groups in their environmental and sustainability initiatives.


Write your promise on a message tag.

You can make a small change by writing your promise on a massage tag, hanging it on the tree, and leaving a donation. All proceeds will go towards the local community groups’ environmental initiatives.

Located between Pennant Hills Pharmacy and Subway.


Every weekend, receive a free gift when you spend $30 or more at the centre*.

Located opposite Harris Farm Meats. 

*While stocks last. Terms and conditions apply, click here

Water Bottle Sat 3 & Sun 4 June / 10 AM – 1 PM

Reusable Tote Bag Sat 10 & Sun 11 June / 10 AM – 1 PM

Grocery Mesh Bags Sat 17 & Sun 18 Jun / 10 AM – 1 PM

Coffee Cup Sat 24 & Sun 25 June / 10 AM – 1 PM



Come and explore our weekly local market stalls, which support local businesses, and promote a greener lifestyle.

Located opposite Harris Farm Meats. 

Soleste Creations 

100% soy wax luxury candles.

Sat 3 & Sun 4 June / 10 am – 3 pm

Saturday 3 June – cancelled. 

Little Sweet Gems

Cupcakes, cookies, cakes and so much more!

Sun 4 June / 10 am – 3 pm

Enchanted Elegance

100% soy wax luxury candles.

Thu 8, Fri 9, Thu 29 & Fri 30 June / 10 am – 3 pm

Funk Dog

Funk Dog is all about quality and luxurious dog raincoats and accessories.

Sat 10, Fri 16 & Sat 17 June / 10 am – 3 pm

Sticky Lips

Honey produced by bees within kissing distance of the Azalea Grove Conservation Reserve, Pennant Hills.

Sun 18 June / 10 am – 3 pm

Art Shapes

Handmade objects by artist, Peter Waples. Artworks and sculptures are made from reusable materials.

Fri 16, Sat 17, Fri 23 & Sat 24 June / 10 am -3 pm


Pennant Hills War Memorial Children’s Centre

At PHWMCC we aim to embed sustainable practices into our everyday practice. Over recent years we have recognised the importance of building a generation of children who realise the significance of caring for and protecting their environment.

These are the things we do with the children and as a service:

  • Solar panels.
  • Vegetable gardens.
  • Worm farms.
  • Each class has three bins – red, yellow and blue. Children are taught that red bin rubbish goes to landfill, Blue is soft plastics which we collect and take to Westleigh recycling depot, Yellow is general recycling.
  • Texta recycling for us and for families through Terra Cycle.
  • We are a collection point for families for household batteries which we then take to Westleigh.
  • We have gone digital for documenting children’s learning, partially to reduce the use of paper.
  • Air conditioners used as required.
  • Children turn lights off in the rooms when not being used.
  • Rainwater tanks for gardens and play.
  • Try and reduce the number of deliveries we receive.
  • Not use disposable cups and utensils.
  • When we have events, we collect the drink containers (juice boxes, cans, water bottles) and recycle them through Return and Earn.

St Agatha’s Catholic Primary School

St Agatha’s Catholic Primary School, Pennant Hills is running a range of environmental initiatives at our school.

  • We have worm farm buckets across the school and our children are encouraged to place their scraps from fruit break each morning into the buckets.
  • We have a compost bin which we are also placing food and garden scraps into. The bin is situated in our veggie patch where we have three garden beds that need constant fertilising to keep the veggies thriving.
  • The school is also taking part in the Wonder Recycling for Schools campaign. This is a nationwide program for schools to recycle bread bags that might otherwise go to landfill! In return, our school earns rewards points to redeem on new sports equipment.
  • We are also in the process of collecting plastic bottles and small juice containers as part of the Return and Earn program.

Pennant Hills Public School

Keeping our school environment clean, educating and encouraging conversations the importance of recycling and ways to reduce rubbish.

  • Clean Up Australia Day
  • Pennant Hills Public School Green Team initiatives projects

Pennant Hills Rotary Club 

Rotary is committed to supporting activities that strengthen the conservation and protection of natural resources, advance ecological sustainability, and foster harmony between communities and the environment.

  • Clean Up Australia Day
  • Repurposing, reuse and recycling health and educational Equipment; Rotary Australia Repurposing Equipment (RARE) is an activity that establishes an efficient and effective program for distributing obsolete medical and educational equipment to disadvantaged communities in Australia and overseas under a regulative framework.
  • Project 100 Bee Happy; Installation of 100 Beehive boxes in the Moonee Valley, Vic. region over the next 3-4 years to improve pollination in the area and celebrate Rotary Australia and New Zealand centennial 100 years event.

Lifeline Harbour to Hawkesbury Sydney

Lifeline shop, preloved goods help to secure a future for our planet and the generations to come. Last year, the purchase of preloved items helped divert over 1 million tonnes of waste from landfill. That’s around 39kg per person per year. All proceeds raised through Lifeline shops fund services which build resilience and help save lives from suicide.


As you wander through the centre, keep an eye out for our community art display, featuring artwork by various community groups that showcase their inspiring environment projects.

Pennant Hills War Memorial Children’s Centre 

Artwork by Emma


St Agatha’s Catholic Primary School

Worm Farm

Pennant Hills Public School