Transition Town Vincent (TTV) is a not-for-profit community group aligned with the world-wide Transition Town movement, which assists communities transition into a more sustainable and resilient way of life.

TTV works to keep our community strong and sustainable by supporting local food production, protecting the environment and connecting people to achieve these goals.

In the face of climate change and peak oil, there are huge economic and social benefits in working smarter on issues of food, energy, waste and recycling, housing, education, transport, flora and fauna.

TTV holds events to raise awareness of these issues, provide information on how people can reap the benefits of sustainable living and connect people who can help each other in various ways.

Some examples of our activities include: information evenings on native plants, recycling, composting and growing food, swap meet events to upcycle goods and documentary screenings to raise awareness of environmental issues.

Read more about Transition Town Vincent’s history.

Acknowledgement of country

Transition Town Vincent acknowledges Noongar Wadjuk Traditional Owners. We pay respect to Elders and Custodians past, present and continuing, and recognise enduring cultural strengths and resilience.

Executive Committee


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