Sustainability

Food & Drink

From Tinker To Joe Franks, Here’s Everywhere You Can Fill Up For Free In Melbourne This Week

Looking for the coolest cafes across Melbourne to fill up at? We’ve sussed the ultimate hit list for you below—happy…

Gifts

These 20 Sustainable Gifts Are Your Answer To Conscious Gift Giving

Searching for sustainable gifts? This list covers everything from shopping small (and local), purchasing from environmentally, socially…

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Shop This New Sun Protective Range For Festivals, Hiking And Balmy Beach Days

The crew at Kathmandu have a heap of new high-quality gear to help you do whatever you want this summer—whether that’s…

Features

Host The Ultimate Sustainable Dinner Party With These Easy Hacks

To all of you who kind of want to be more sustainable but kind of think it sounds too tricky, we hear you. We’ll admit that it can be…

Music

The Joy Of Performing And Embracing Spontaneity With Producer, Kid Fiction

For artists like Isaac who are drawn to creating, music is undeniably in their blood, so we've teamed up with Australian Red Cross…

Music

Finding Creativity Through Routine And The Importance Of Giving Back With Memphis LK

We’ve linked up with Australian Red Cross Lifeblood to take you on a deep dive into Australian artists with music in their…

World Record Holder And Paralympian, Michael Roeger On The Joy Of Running

As part of The Run Up, we chatted to Michael about his journey—what keeps him coming back to running time and again despite the…

Gold-Medalist Ellia Green On The Value Of Sharing And His Journey To Running Happy

As part of The Run Up, a project to unearth the stories of some of Australia's most passionate runners to get you motivated to lace…

Wellness

Ultra Marathon Champion Jacqui Bell On Conquering Challenges One Step At A Time

As part of The Run Up, a project to unearth the stories of some of Australia's most passionate runners to get you motivated to lace…

Fitness

How One Run Turned Into A Life-Changing Passion With Attica Sous Chef, George Wintle

From community and structure, to how life has changed in the whirlwind eighteen months since that first run, we chat with Wintle about his…

Travel

Dive Australia’s First Buoyant Reef Now On The GC

Get your flippers ready and slip into your scuba suit, Wonder Reef is finally here. Wonder Reef is the much-anticipated, premier dive…

Features

Disability Advocate Hannah Diviney On Her Debut Book And The Power Of Representation

Welcome to 30 Faces, a celebration of 30 individuals changing the world by 2030. A destination to unearth how they got here, what fuels…

Entertainment

From A Viral Instagram Post To Building A Social Movement With Chanel Contos

It’s pretty remarkable to think an entire movement can be born from a powerful Instagram post. But that’s exactly what…

Artist Bianca Beers On Noughties Wardrobe Keepsakes And Unapologetic Style

We sat down with Western Sydney artist Bianca Beers to chat about growing up in a Paris Hilton-inspired style era (we’re talking…

Join The Nationwide Search For Changemakers Shaping The Next Decade

We’re shining the spotlight on climate activists, First Nations rights advocates, eco innovators, sustainable fashion designers,…

Activities & Itineraries

Melbourne’s Eco-Friendly Picnic Boats Are Officially Back On The Water

One of the big trends in Melbourne of late is the want to utilise the Yarra more than we have in the past. With light at the…

Features

How Kester Black’s Anna Ross Created A Sustainable Beauty Empire

When it comes to the beauty industry, sustainable and eco-conscious aren’t often the first words that come to mind, which is why…

Features

Be Inspired By ‘Democracy In Colour’ Australia’s First Racial And Economic Justice Organisation

Here, we chat with social activist and Bank Australia customer, Tim Lo Surdo about his passion for empowering collective action…

Features

Show Your Fave Zero-Waste Brand Some Love By Voting In The Circle Awards Now

Here at Urban List, we're passionate about putting our best foot forward, dedicated to being as conscious as possible when it comes to…

Features

Everything You Need To Know About ‘Data Bias’ And How It Affects Women

Implementing positive action to help make the world a better place takes courage, strength and tenacity. But to encourage and help others to…

Features

​Here’s How To Make An Impact This Festive Season, According To Trailblazer Jan Fran

If this year has taught us anything, it’s that we can no longer stand back and turn a blind eye to the injustices of the world.

Features

Escape Reality With Workations, Ephemeral Hotels, Vampire Culture And Eccentric Utopian Style

Your go-to guide to what’s on the rise, and on the slide in culture right now. 

Features

Urban Culture Curve | Pave A Way Forward With New Wave Positive Publishing

This month, we look at the power of positive headlines in a crisis, the industry emerging to serve our newly-formed at-home dining…

Features

Have A Positive Impact On The World With Us As We Take On Sustainability

Let us introduce Urban List Sustainability, a commitment we are launching in partnership with Bank Australia to take our platform and our…

Features

Wave Goodbye To Excessive Packaging With These 6 Eco-Friendly Brands

These six standout brands with innovative packaging ideas are here to help save the planet. 

Fashion

What You Need To Know About Melbourne’s New Eco-Friendly Shopping Centre

Hyped up as the 'world’s most sustainable shopping centre', Burwood Brickworks (in Burwood) is expected to open late…

Features

Meet The Team Who Want To Build Skyfarms All Over Melbourne

Earlier this year a massive project was announced on the banks of the Yarra. It sounded like something from the future, a farm occupying the…

Empowered | How This Company Turned At-Home Coffee Sustainable

We talk with Crema Joe co-founder, Kayla, about the shocking impact of single-use coffee capsules and why recycling isn’t always the…

Features

Melbourne’s First-Ever Sky Farm Will Live On The Banks Of The Yarra

If you’ve ever been to that Sky Park in the CBD and thought “Hm, I like this, but I wish we had a farm-sized version,”…