Of The Goddesses
11th, 12th, 13th & 14th of November 2021 The Macedon Ranges
* CAMPING / GLAMPING * MARKETS *WORKSHOPS * HEALING
A festival for women created by women
Come home to the wilderness & re-join your tribe...
Join us for a three day camping / glamping festival to connect, to ground and to grow. Woman of all ages and from all walks of life coming together with inclusive experiences for all.
Enjoy Workshops, Presentation, Healing, Psychic Readings, Health & Fitness, Drumming, Women's Circles, Chanting, Market & Food Stalls, Arts & Crafts, Buskers & Performances, Children's Village and so much more!
Celebrating the ways of the old by gathering with your kindred spirits and re-joining your tribe. Nestled on 183 acres of natural forest, The Gathering of the Goddesses Festival takes place at the bottom of the Macedon Ranges.
All Workshops, Presentations and Crafts are included in your ticket purchase.
Workshops & Activities at a Glance
For full details on Workshops, Market stalls and other experiences; please see site menu
The Gathering of the Goddesses Funds:
Proceeds from The Gathering of The Goddesses Festival will be going towards improving the mental health of children and adolescence in Victoria.
Thank you for being apart of this movement and helping make a difference.
The following acknowledgement pays respect to the traditional custodians and ancestors of this country, and the continuation of their cultural, spiritual and religious practices. Australians Together wishes to increase awareness and recognition of Australia’s Indigenous people and their cultures.
We respectfully acknowledge the past and present traditional owners of the land of the Indigenous people, the traditional custodians of this land, and respect their culture and identity which has been bound up with the land and sea for generations.
We would like to acknowledge that the land we hold this gathering on is the traditional lands for the The Wurundjeri people, and that we respect their spiritual relationship with their country. We would like to acknowledge the The Wurundjeri people as the custodians of the Riddells Creek region and recognise that their culture and heritage is still important to the The Wurundjeri people today.
We wish to pay respect to their Elders, both past and present, and further acknowledge the important role that Indigenous people continue to play within our communities.
We acknowledge the contributions of Indigenous people and non-Indigenous people in educating all people in this country, which we all share and live in together