Moral Fairground

Friday, 12 August 2022 - 9:30am to 9:00pm
Immigration Museum
Wurundjeri Country

regeneration youth festival
Friday 12th August 2022
Immigration Museum


School Program
9:30am to 3:00pm
Festival Program
3:00pm to 9:00pm

400 Flinders Street, Melbourne VIC 3000

Building a Resilient & Empowered Future!

Now, more than ever, after the global events of 2020/21, young people need to discover and embrace ways to improve their overall wellbeing and find hope and motivation for creating a secure and thriving future.

Where do we go after the ‘Z Generation’?

The re-generation – the RESILIENT and EMPOWERED generation who are taking on greater challenges than ALL the previous generations of humanity? The inaugural re-generation Youth Festival is a celebration and think-fest to empower young Victorians with the inspiration, motivation and tools to be the change they want to see in the world.

This event aims to offer a wide range of skill-building workshops, exhibitors, and keynote speakers that offer exciting potential for improving mental, emotional and physical health and well-being, increasing creativity and fulfilment, opening up pathways for social enterprise and improving employment prospects and creating a regenerative future. This one-day event will conclude with a film pitch competition, a re-generation start-up pitch competition and a youth concert featuring emerging artists with music that uplifts inspire, and energises the body, mind and spirit.

Get Involved
School Excursion Program

This festival is ideally suited for high school students from Year 7 to Year 12

The re-generation school program will run in the morning (9:30 am to 12:00 pm) and afternoon sessions (12:30 pm to 3:00 pm), so schools can choose which session they wish to participate in. Note: it is the same content for both morning and afternoon sessions.
Capacity is 300 people per session, including teachers - numbers are limited and therefore we encourage you to book early. Initial booking is required with a total number of students and teachers.
Closer to the festival, we will send you further communication to determine the session that students wish to book, as pre-booking preferred workshops will be required to ensure places are reserved for your students.

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re-generation Start-Up Pitch Competition

Are you the next generation entrepreneur, do you have a business idea or concept that can create a positive social and environmental impact. Are you a passionate entrepreneur working on a business idea that is designed to make a difference?
The pitch competition is a perfect and safe space to test your idea and share your concept in a real-life scenario, get feedback from experts and leaders and make connections to help you get your idea up and running.

Terms and conditions and application here:



re-generation International Youth Short Film Competition With Adobe

There are two main sections to the film competition:- Year 5 to 9 students (about aged 10 to 14)- Years 10 to 12 students (about aged 15 to 18)

To enter this competition, participants need to submit a video between 1 and 2 minutes in length (animations are welcome). The video/animation needs to be a resolution of either 720 or 1080 pixels (standard or full high definition).

The video needs to be based on the theme of building 'Resilience and Empowerment' for creating the world we all wish to live in with a focus on sustainability and a reference to at least one of the United Nations Sustainability Development Goals.

Terms and conditions and application here:


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