Experience the timeless tranquillity of the Wind Spirit Sanctuary, bathe in the energy of the ancient caldera, while the pristine rainforest awakens your spirit.
Wandering along forest paths, breathing the sweet mountain air, you surrender to the present moment. Soak in the energy of the seasonal creek and discover hidden waterfalls and secret places in this intriguing and ever changing land.
Find your way to the Bali inspired garden nestled in the hillside. You feel drawn to Meditation Rock where your mind loosens its grip and your body is soothed in the soft, healing waters of the magnesium pool. The green valley far below will soothe your soul as you feel yourself slow down, unwind and come home to you.
If life has been demanding of late and your body, mind or soul feel overwhelmed or undernourished, then this is the opportunity you have been waiting for to step outside your everyday routine and discover a fresh new outlook and zest for life.
When you take the step into the ‘cooking pot’, the energy of the caldera floods in and your prayers, intentions and secret desires can manifest with ease… along with laughter, tears, gratitude and joy.
You know you have to do your own inner work first before you can support your kids or loved ones AND be the very best version of yourself.
Ley line lullaby
connecting the land
across thousands of kilometres
and millions of years
Keepers of the earth,
birthers of her food,
she tends the
Hand in hand
as darkness falls
us to the spiral
Harmony of snakes
and spirits high
Ley line lullaby
Wollumbin (Mt Warning) is one of Australia’s iconic landscapes, identified as the creative and spiritual heartland of Australia. Around 20 million years ago repeated volcanic eruptions formed a massive shield volcano some two kilometres high. Over the millennia the soft rock has been eroded away to leave the caldera as we know it today.
The Tweed erosion caldera is one of the largest and best preserved in the world. Wollumbin is the first place to see sunlight on mainland Australia and remains a deeply spiritual place for aboriginal people. It is listed as a world heritage area, being an outstanding example of biological evolution and major biodiversity habitat.
To this day the caldera vibrates with a powerful healing energy supporting deep internal work on your transformational journey. The word ‘caldera’ comes from Spanish meaning cooking pot, and just as food is transformed by the cooking process you too will be transformed by the powerful energy you experience inside the caldera