Awakening Festival

Landsborough, Sunshine Coast Area

9 – 11 November 2018 - 

Their aim is to allow people to learn and expand their knowledge on how we can move forward toward living in a sustainable world, from what the person in the city can do, to the person living on the land.

A community formed for the betterment of the Earth and to allow the exchange of ideas and spreading the message of healing the planet, reaching out to others on what can be done and how easy it is to start protecting and healing Mother Earth. EarthBound and Earth Based.

There will be workshops, talks, educational precinct, music, art, culture and gatherings. The impact they will make on all those that attend the festival will be that they start to think about what is happening to the Earth and by even starting to do one thing then their journey has begun and with the accomplishment of that one thing they won't be scared to try another. As confidence grows word will spread on how easy it actually is to accomplish that task and with that accomplishment, they feel better about themselves.

Event Dates

This event occurs annually:
9 – 11 November 2018

Event Venues


Rocky Creek Campsite
Address:
3246 Old Gympie Road
Landsborough
Queensland, Australia 4550

3246 Old Gympie Road
Landsborough,
Queensland
Australia

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