We Honour those Before Us
We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we will gather on, and recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community. We pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging.
We would like to acknowledge that this conference is being held on the traditional lands of the Darug. We pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging.
The conference will take place at Outdoor Adventure Camp that is situated 60km northwest of Sydney in the beautiful Hawkesbury valley. Located on Webbs Creek, Wisemans Ferry, a tributary of the mighty Hawkesbury River, the 300 acre camp venue provides a refreshing outdoors experience in a natural and pristine bush setting just one hour fifteen from Sydney CBD. The surrounding Yengo and Parr National Parks provide extensive opportunity to interact with the nature and Webbs Creek offers an ideal setting for water-based activities.
Getting to the Venue
Take your time to enjoy the natural beauty while you slip quietly across the Hawkesbury River on one of the four ferry services. It is a brief 10 minute ferry ride, free of charge . There are four vehicular ferries running on a daily basis, so you won't wait long.
All ferries are operated by the State Government and ferry trips are free! There is no public transportation to the venue. Please coordinate a carpool or with someone from the Facebook group.
The accommodations available will be bring-your-own tent camping, glamping or shared cabins. Bring-your-own-tent or caravan camping is included with your registration however, cabins and glamping will be offered at an additional cost as an optional upgrade.
Mattresses will be provided for cabin dwellers however, you will be required to bring your own bedding and pillow. Each cabin will house 4 adults. Glamping tents come with beds, linens, blankets, pillows and side tables.