DELICIOUS foods and produce, home cooking workshops, guest appearances and more will entertain at this year's Logan Eco Action Festival.
A Logan City Council spokesperson said crowds were tipped to swell to almost 10,000 people as the one-day event marked its 10th year.
The festival, called LEAF, has been held for the past decade to celebrate World Environment Day and is on again this year on Sunday, May 26 from 10am to 3pm at Griffith University's Meadowbrook campus.
The spokesperson said this year's event would be jam-packed with shows, demonstrations, workshops and entertainment for all ages.
See Logan Eco Action Festival's program below:
Logan food ambassador and former Michelin Star chef Bruno Loubet will tempt crowds with delicious cuisine prepared as part of his Paddock to Plate cooking demonstration at the Home Grown Cooking stage from noon.
Lessons on making coconut yoghurt, cheese and damper will also be delivered throughout the day at the Home Grown Stage, with vegetable gardening with Tom Farmer featured from 10am.
Costa Georgiadis will rev up crowds from 10.30am at the main stage before live entertainment, including by Hot Potato Band, begins.
Kids will not get bored with shows on recycling, wildlife, science and more on at the Eco Kids stage.
Parents after timeout can also indulge in Pilates, meditation and sound therapy, health talks and more at the Zen Den.
Crowds will be able to meet environmental cowboy, Khory Hanock, who is passionate about teaching young people about the impacts of climate change, the spokesperson said.
For more information on the event, visit leafevent.com.au.