WALKING & CREATIVITY RETREATS & WALKING TOURS
...walking you back to nature & your most creative self
MARGARET RIVER - FITZGERALD BIOSPHERE - MONGOLIA
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Discover just how creative you really are, explore your self-expression or simply reconnect with nature during one of our exciting walks or transformative retreats.
Immerse yourself in the natural & wild beauty of exciting locations and let yourself be expertly guided & inspired into a greater connection with nature & a more focused & creative personal or work life.
We are here to help you, your community, your organisations, get closer to nature & discover just how creative you all really are.
Be immersed in the creative power of nature
Learn to develop & sustain creative thinking processes and behaviours
Explore and rehearse ways around obstacles to creative self-expression
Work with award-winning artists
Establish and sustain a daily creative practice
Connect & be inspired by like-minded people
WALKING TOURS COMING UP
Spring is almost here and WA's southwest is about to burst into a colourful spectacle of magnificent wildflowers. People come from all over the world to experience the stunning natural beauty of one of the world’s biodiversity hotspots.
“The most regretful people on earth are those who felt the call to creative work, who felt their own creative power restive & uprising, and gave to it neither power nor time” Mary Oliver
We were surprised to look out of the tent on our last morning and see the ground covered in snow; it was cold too. We took our time making breakfast, boiling water several times for repeat cups of coffee, staying in our sleeping bags as long as possible!
When I walked in the Fitzgerald River National Park (FRNP) for the first time, I didn’t know much about it at all. I didn’t know that it was home to almost 20% of WA’s plant species; I didn’t know that it was a UNESCO listed biodiversity biosphere and a natural treasure; I didn’t know that the Ravensthorpe Wildflower Show attracted thousands of visitors from all around the world during its annual two-week event in September; but most of all, I didn’t know that it was going to blow me away!