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Greetings Wise Men,
Thank you for answering the call to gather in the wise traditions. We have provided useful information in the confirmation letter, please read it before coming to the gathering.
This gathering is a weekend of viewing, witnessing, and discussing the archetypes of modern masculinity. Examine your individual potential, and explore the terrain where your shortfalls lie. Together, the group will decide how and what we want to tackle in our time together. We have a number of interesting presenters who can share their knowledge and talents with us, but more importantly we intend to explore our individual capacities, and how they can honour each other. No one will dictate our itinerary but us. You can choose to be involved, or spend time to yourself. 
Please email our team with any questions that arise:
At the venue you will find :
  • composting toilet blocks

  • drinking water 

  • 24-hour first aid services

  • cooking facilities and some fridge facilities (best to bring your own esky too if you need to keep things cool)

What we can not provide

  • we cannot provide phone charging outlets  

  • there is no phone reception at the venue

Important Rules

  • No dogs or pets (guide dogs are an exception)

  • No smoking near the workshop or food areas. Please pick up & bin your cigarette butts. (see note further down about smoking area)

  • Observe the specified check-in and closing times

  • Cars cannot be moved until end of Gathering.  


  • your own tent and bedding.
  • water bottle & reusable hot beverage cup
  • hat / rain Jacket
  • pens, pencils,  notepad
  • musical instruments
  • knives for carving (if you have one)
  • flashlight or headtorch
  • insect and sun protection
  • temperate weather attire for daytime
  • jacket / extra layer for cool nights
  • comfortable walking/hiking shoes
  • swimsuit, rash shirt and towel


Meals including Breakfast, Lunches, Dinners, tea/coffee and snacks included. Cooking is fully catered and all crockery/cutlery is provided. Our venue offers a beautiful campsite, for you to bring your own tent / accommodations.


optional to come Thursday

4pm-8pm ( no meals offered )

9am-12pm Arrival + Check-in​

3pm Closing Ceremony

Departure no later than 5pm.

directions will be provided to ticket holders in May
an emergency number will also be provided for your loved ones to make contact if necessary

For assistance on the way If you get lost and need help finding the camp, or if you are going to miss the slated registration window, please call 0482955340. There will be someone on-call at this number during arrival times only. Mobile service is spotty at the venue, we cannot guarantee we will be able to answer.

Tent camping: bring-your-own tent and bedding.
Cars may be driven into the camp ground. Your vans and trailers are welcome, but please note the driveway in is quite steep. 
Please be aware that like any outdoor location there will be insects and creepy crawlies at the camp. Please be prepared to check for ticks each night and to bring the things you will need if you get a tick bite.
Snakes are a reality of Australian bushland. The venue advises that all attendees wear shoes for your own safety. 

From the moment you arrive until the moment you leave, you have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the cultivation of face to face community. So that all of us can enjoy this experience free from the interruptions of phone calls and distraction from texts, tweets, and emails, we ask that the use of mobile devices be limited throughout the conference. You will be asked to silence and turn off the vibration on your device (e.g. airplane mode) when you arrive.  Of course you can use your phone as a clock.

Please be considerate of others. There is no smoking in the activities or conversation circles. If you need to duck away for a cigarette, be sure to let someone know. 
We have a policy of respect for the land, ourselves and each other. Alcohol is allowed but drunkeness will not be tolerated. 

Departure is on Sunday. It is wise to pack your belongings early in the day and if time permits to take them to your vehicle for ease of departure. If you need physical assistance transporting your belongings please let us know. The closing ceremony begins at 3pm however, the last session ends before lunch. You may choose to leave at that time if you have a long journey before you. 
Invite a Friend! Conference Registration is open until 18th May. Our best form of promotion is grass roots, from the heart sharing that occurs between friends. If you’d like to help share WMG, feel free to put a post on social media or tell your friends.

If you need more information please contact us at

We look forward to gathering with you and spending the weekend immersed in the Wise Traditions


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