Earth hour is a global phenomenon Cairns, join in!
This Earth Hour, grab a fresh juice at Tiny’s on Grafton before you head to the pre earth hour tree planting party at Redlynch. Juice is the yummiest and easiest way to keep healthy, so embrace Earth Hour this year by visiting Tiny’s Juice Bar to grab an organic kale, apple, ginger and orange juice. At Tiny’s on Grafton the juice experts can provide you with advice on the best combinations and whip your juice up in a flash, so you can race to the pre-earth hour tree planting party commencing at 3:30pm. Plants as many trees as you can, and keep hydrated and full of energy with your favourite juice from Tiny’s on Grafton.
Where: 45 Grafton Street, Cairns, QLD, 4870
Teshi’s Restaurant in the Mercure Hotel is embracing Earth Hour this year with open arms. They’re offering 2 and 3 course meal options that are specifically designed to use sustainable ingredients from local framers and producers. Begin your beautiful meal by indulging in a warm pumpkin tart with cherry tomato salsa and fresh basil. Follow that with a pepper seared Albacore tuna and soba noodles. These great mains are all completely sustainable and you can even indulge in an organic warm Mareeba gold pineapple and watermelon crumble with wattle seed custard. You can accompany your banquet with an organic wine or beer that has been locally sourced.
Where: 209-217, The Esplanade,Cairns,QLD, 4870
If you’re an exercise enthusiast who is participating in the Cairns Earth Hour night run, be sure to carb load after at Roscoes Redlynch to give your body the strength to recover after the 5km and 10km runs. At Roscoes Redlynch you can grab a takeaway traditional pizza with toppings of your choice or a fettuccine Carbonara to really fill you up and satisfy you after your active evening. The Earth Hour run is hosted by ‘Dynamic Running’ a passionate local running group who are a not-for-profit organisation that are dedicated to promoting a healthy lifestyle and eager to entice people to get among their group running programs around the Cairns area.
This free run commences at 8pm, but after remember to treat yourself by visiting Roscoe’s Redlynch and enjoying a well-deserved Italian favourite. During the run, participants will be travelling to a local Cairns lookout to see which residents are embracing Earth hour by turning off their lights. Runners are advised to bring a torch and turn off the excess electricity prior to leaving your house.
Where: 6/2-4 Redlynch intake road, Redlynch QLD 4870
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