Sports Sustainability United will be hosting its inaugural Sport Sustainability Summit in Melbourne on the 25th of March and Sydney on the 26th of March 2013.  These one day events will include industry panels, key note address and networking sessions.


SPORTS SUSTAINABILITY UNITED is the host for the Summit.  They are the first unified organisation of sport entities and partners in this region dedicated to leading, inspiring and educating our communities on the ways to be better environmental stewards and sees the sport industry as the key mobiliser for this social change.  The aim of the summit is to provide an opportunity to better understand supply-chain and sport-wide industry perspectives on sustainability opportunities and challenges.


The invited panellists are identified industry leaders that either represent sport entities or work with the sport industry in addressing its sustainability challenges and opportunities.  The 1-day seminars will be separated by two main panels that will address built-environment issues and stakeholder engagement issues respectively.

Confirmed speakers include:


Individuals representing professional and local sport entities, local councils, government offices related to sustainability, venue managers, researchers and others interested in improving our communities should be in attendance.


The Summit will take place in both Melbourne and Sydney in March 2013.  Venue details and dates as listed.

Melbourne - 25th of March, 2013
Deakin Prime - Level 3, 550 Bourke Street, Melbourne 3000
8:45am arrival for a 9:00am start, concluding at 5:00pm

Sydney - 26th of March, 2013

A​llianz Stadium - Captains Bar, Moore Park Road, Moore Park 2021

8:45am arrival for a 9:00am start, concluding at 5:00pm


*Refreshments and lunch will be provided throughout the day.


Registrations for the Sports Sustainability Summit 2013 have been released!  

Ticket prices are $200.00 + GST.  Discounts available for group bookings of 5 or more.

Click here to register for Sydney.

Click here to register for Melbourne.


The summit is supported by:

If you are interested in supporting as a partner of the summit, please contact Michael Bokody at  Join the effort to make our communities better places to live, work and play!