Transition Streets!

Welcome to Transition Streets Canberra!

Transition Streets Canberra is a free and fun way for neighbours and friends to come together and support each other to live more sustainably. The program is delivered in partnership with SEE-Change.

As well as making it easy, financially rewarding and social to reduce your ecological footprint, Transition Streets will help you feel more connected to your community.

Transition Streets is delivered in the form of a digital workbook that you can do online. It's split into seven sessions - Getting Started, Waste and Consumer Power, Energy, Food, Water, Transport and Wrapping Up. You can complete the workbook with a group of neighbours along your street, a group of neighbours in an apartment complex, or any old (or new!) group of friends.

You can sign up for the program on the link below, invite your friends and/or neighbours to join you, then organise to meet up once a fortnight or once a month to go through each session together, sort of like a book club, except with way less reading. 


If you haven't signed up for the program already, then first go to our signup page here, and add your details, to get helpful tips and advice on how to set up your group and to access to the Transition Streets digital workbook. 


If you and your group members have signed up and you're ready to start, or if you just want to have a look through the program first, then you can go straight to the Transition Streets workbook here: Transition Streets Workbook!


If you want help setting up your Transition Streets group - then there are some helpful resources you can access here


And lastly, we've included a list of suggested fun activities you can do alongside each session of the Transition Streets Canberra workbook. This is especially useful for neighbourhood groups when you don't know each other all that well yet and want to keep the vibe of your sessions light and enjoyable. Check out the fun activities list here!


Transition Streets is a joint initiative between




The Neighbourhood Effect