A beautiful historic area with rich culture and unmapped sacred sites on the Hawkesbury river. Only hours out of Sydney at a private and secluded location just waiting to be discovered.

Why choose Hawkesbury?

  • Visit ancient rock engravings telling ancient stories
  • Explore and learn about First Nations cultural and knowledge on your doorstep
  • Spend time amongst the sandstone escarpments along the Hawkesbury River (Deerubbin)
  • Learn about bush tucker in the Sydney region from First Nations guides

Interested in our Advocacy Program for Corporates or Professional Development for Adults? Apply below.

Explore Hawkesbury Immersion Packages

Homeland Spirit

90% of your time is spent with camp site and local Community.
10% of time spent on First Nations led educational tourism.
Conditions: One group of minimum 20 participants (for schools).
For corporate bookings, please get in touch.
Included: One Tourism Activity

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Advocacy Program for Corporates 2024


Primary School Professional Learning Immersion 2024 -Hawkesbury


Facilitator's Note

Uncle Graham, First Nations Facilitator - Hawkesbury

Uncle Graham will take your group on a journey of self discovery, usually through ceremonial practices and the importance of this on the self and community. This personal development lens is about ‘our place in the world’ and appreciating the significance of all things.

Over a full program Uncle Graham will welcome the group to the Country, share art, song, dance and rituals to tell dreamtime and contemporary stories and ask the group to actively participate in a closing ceremony with specific preparations. The themes explored throughout and in conclusion of the journey will be about what each of us can do to make a change. There will be discovery about the Aboriginal Reserve around the corner, a trip to an ancient Rock Art site,  and the history and shape of the lands and how colonisation has impacted life for all of us.

Uncle Graham will challenge accountabilities and perspectives which will lend to a new paradigm and ideally practical change your group will take home and into business.

The Immersion is an open forum where questions are encouraged. Our Red Earth Leaders connect your group to our First Nations Facilitators in a meaningful way and manage safety and logistics while Uncle Graham shines in delivering his experienced program.