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Earth Hour will be celebrated a little differently this year as we all strive to control the spread of COVID-19. Looking for positive and safe ways we can stay connected is more important than ever while we practice physical distancing to protect vulnerable members of our community during the coronavirus crisis.

So, we hope you’ll tune in with us this Earth Hour for #EarthHourLive on Saturday 28 March. To join the community online, visit earthhour.org.au at 8.30pm AEDT as we livestream an exciting lineup of Australian musicians, comedians and special guests, including Montaigne, Cody Simpson, Jack River, Polish Club, Bobby Alu, Ella Haber, Dulcie, Alice Skye and more all hosted by by award winning journalist, TV presenter and broadcaster extraordinaire Patrick Abboud.

Join the largest livestream party for the planet to make your night in feel like a night out!

To make sure you’re comfy on your nights in, we’ve partnered with Koala.com to give you the chance to win a brand new sofa. All you have to do is join Earth Hour’s Social Media #SwitchOff, and tell us why you need a new sofa in 50 words or less.

How to have a chance to win a brand new sofa from Koala.com:

  • Post an image of a black square (any one will do) on your public Instagram account (or you can find a great option in the Earth Hour Social Media Pack here!)
  • Tag @earthhour_australia and @koala and use this hashtag: #EarthHourLive
  • In the caption, tell us why you need a new sofa in 50 words or less. Be creative and inspirational!
  • Post this image before 11.59pm on Sunday, 29 March 2020 AEDT
  • Winners will be announced on Monday 30 March and contacted by us on Instagram. So be sure to keep a look out for the results.

    You can read the full terms and conditions here.

Koala.com 

Prize sponsored by: Koala.com


Unified in a common goal to protect threatened and endangered wildlife, Koala and WWF have been in partnership since August 2017. The partnership aims to inspire and educate Koala’s customers about the work of WWF to protect threatened and endangered wildlife. The sale of each Koala sofa helps contribute to WWF-Australia’s work on marine turtles in the Great Barrier Reef. Reports have revealed that increasing temperatures in the northern Great Barrier Reef are turning populations of marine turtles almost completely female. Through Koala’s support, WWF is trialling practical methods to cool the sand temperature of green sea turtle and hawksbill turtle nests to help mitigate the impacts of climate change on turtle populations.