Costa Georgiadis

Host of Gardening Australia, Host & Keynote Speaker

Costa Georgiadis has been the Silver Logie awarded presenter of Australia's much loved and long lasting show Gardening Australia. A landscape architect, environmental educator and television presenter, Costa has an absolute love for plants and people, which is evident in every project he touches and every presentation he makes. Costa's charm, charisma and passion make him a particularly appealing public speaker who has a gift for making his important messages engaging and highly entertaining.

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In 2013 Costa became only the third presenter for the Logie award winning ABC series Gardening Australia and he has been with the program ever since. Prior to joining Gardening Australia he was the co-creator and host of Costa's Garden Odyssey for SBS.

Costa is also seen alongside Dirtgirl, sharing environmental lessons in Get Grubby TV and Get Grubby The Musical, much to the delight of Australia's pre-schoolers. He is also a popular guest in a range of television programs including Black Comedy, Have You Been Paying Attention?, Celebrity Name Game, and Hughesy We Have A Problem. As testament to his popularity with a broad audience, Costa featured in a dedicated episode of Julia Zemiro's Home Delivery.

Costa is also involved with regenerative agriculture and holistic practices that deal with the issues arising from a rapidly urbanising world. Through his workshops, lectures, keynotes, expos and other events, he is actively involved in delivering his message to the broader community. His work with pre-schools, primary and high schools, TAFE colleges and universities, industry groups and community organisations, reflects his ability to convey his knowledge of a permanent self-sustaining culture to any audience.

Costa supports Junior Landcare in a national ambassadorial role.

Client testimonials

He was very well received and adapted to the different age groups really well. Costa went above and beyond to entertain in a personal and relatable way. I would genuinely recommend him to anyone.

The University of Newcastle (UON)