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The Longevity Festival is an idea in the making. It is a Festival with longevity at its heart. This pioneering 'Festival' is planned for 2024 (location to be decided), aimed at educating, empowering, engaging individuals, communities, organisations about the science of longevity to live better longer and help us reduce the risk of preventative chronic illness during the second half of our lives.

It takes vision, collaboration and
lots of energy to make change.

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The Longevity Festival is
designed for collaboration.
Please join us

Collaboration by many will bring the

Longevity Festival to life. 

We are seeking a collective, multi-disciplined approach, engaging health and education institutions, NGOs, governments and industry

who can change our health in the second half of our lives. Scientists are continually expressing urgent action is needed by all of us.

The need for prevention and control of
chronic diseases is now imperative.

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No pseudo-science, just evidence-based science.

Consumers face the exhausting task of sifting through the noise for reliable and accurate information on living better longer that is grounded in science and easy to understand and put into practice. This is one of the big issues the Longevity Festival will address.

Through discussions, debates, fireside chats, sharing stories, immersive experiences, the Longevity Festival takes science out of the laboratory to ensure we live in good health as we age.

Over $38 billion per year is spent on care
for people with preventative chronic health conditions.

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Our Mission
  • Australians who are informed by science, convinced of its value, and prepared to make practical and meaningful changes as they age.

  • Influence policy makers, media, educators, industry that longevity matters and is a key driver to reduce chronic illness.

  • Enhance collaboration, communication & cooperation between the longevity ecosystem.

  • Foster a culture of innovation in ageing and longevity and encourage investment in Australian science.

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