Come Gather With Kindred Spirits
We transform 183 acres into a wonderland, for you to enjoy for 3 days of performances, arts and crafts, music, dancing, meditation, food stalls, markets, roving entertainers, tarot cards, reiki, mediumship, energy clearing, sustainability, reflexology , shamanic healing and over 100 workshops to choose from.
The kids and kids at heart can enjoy a dedicated children’s village with a circus, hoop play, bubbles, drumming, crafts, face painting, nature arts and so much more.
Come connect with your community.
Come home to your village of kindred spirits. Teach our children the ways of the old. Feel the earth beneath our feet. Hear the drumming and chanting and be one with the earth again.
Forest Camping 3 day Festival
For years now twin brothers Jack and Patrick Pierce’s high energy duo Pierce Brothers has been a staple of the Australian indie-folk/ blues & roots scene, captivating festival goers and headlining sold out venues the world over.
Experience the Pierce Brothers energetic and mesmerizing performance first hand at The Gathering of the Kindred Spirits!
The Gathering of the Kindred Spirits is a family friendly camping / glamping festival in lush forest within the Macedon Ranges, Victoria
A festival filled with healing modalities for all ages.
PSYCHIC READINGS, HEALINGS,
YOGA, MEDITATION, DRUMMING CIRCLES
TEEN EMPOWERMENT, CHILDREN'S VILLAGE
EARTHY INSPIRED FOOD & MARKET STALLS,
The following acknowledgement pays respect to the traditional custodians and ancestors of this country, and the continuation of their cultural, spiritual and religious practices. Australians Together wishes to increase awareness and recognition of Australia’s Indigenous people and their cultures.
We respectfully acknowledge the past and present traditional owners of the land of the Indigenous people, the traditional custodians of this land, and respect their culture and identity which has been bound up with the land and sea for generations.
We would like to acknowledge that the land we hold this gathering on is the traditional lands for the The Wurundjeri people, and that we respect their spiritual relationship with their country. We would like to acknowledge the The Wurundjeri people as the custodians of the Riddell's Creek region and recognize that their culture and heritage is still important to the The Wurundjeri people today.
We wish to pay respect to their Elders, both past and present, and further acknowledge the important role that Indigenous people continue to play within our communities.
We acknowledge the contributions of Indigenous people and non-Indigenous people in educating all people in this country, which we all share and live in together