Camps and Retreats

Our camps and retreats are an authentic cultural experience - be immersed in the sacred spirituality of the first peoples of Australia, be amazed by our beautiful country and the dreaming of our stories and land!

We offer Aboriginal cultural meditation camps, Aboriginal cultural woodcrafting camps (make clapsticks, boomerangs, coolamons, spears in a ceremonial environment), Aboriginal weaving, string-making and fibre crafts on country camps, Aboriginal corroborree dance camps and much more.

At every camp we share Aboriginal songs in language and dreaming stories around the campfire, stargazing and Aboriginal astronomy and ceremony.

We would love to see you on one of our upcoming camps and retreats:


Upcoming Camps & Retreats

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Elders receive ochre (Aboriginal ceremonial face paint) from Milan Dhiiyaan cultural leaders.

Elders receive ochre (Aboriginal ceremonial face paint) from Milan Dhiiyaan cultural leaders.

Milan Dhiiyaan family members collecting fresh water mussells (bush tucker) at a local swimming hole.

Milan Dhiiyaan family members collecting fresh water mussells (bush tucker) at a local swimming hole.

Participants enjoying themselves in the bush at an Aboriginal cultural woodcrafting workshop making clap sticks.

Participants enjoying themselves in the bush at an Aboriginal cultural woodcrafting workshop making clap sticks.


The workshop that has had the most profound effect on me was the Family Clap Stick workshop... I feel deep gratitude to you and Locky for guiding my children and me through a ritual reenactment of entering Country the right way. For all my soul searching and desire to connect with Aboriginal Culture, it was this ritual that has moved me the most. It is my wish that all Australians have an authentic experience of entering Country the right way.
— Angela Ketas, Mother of two and solicitor
I have attended more than a dozen of Milan Dhiyaan’s Aboriginal Cultural Presentations, from meditation at the Australian Museum, to sacred sites visits, story & dance workshops to name a few. Every time I learn something more & at  greater depth of the richness of Aboriginal Culture. After more than 50 years of connection with Indigenous people all over NSW, I find them outstanding. Come join the amazing experiences they have to offer.
— Jane Purkiss , Lecturer in Sociolinguistics & Head Tutor Aboriginal Education Unit, University of Western Sydney (former - now retired)
The meditation workshop was such an amazing, powerful and deeply valuable experience. The facilitation was led with deep insight and honesty, which created a safe, supportive and healing space. The cultural knowledge and wisdom that was shared and taught, left me feeling very connected, grounded and grateful. I would highly recommend it to anyone keen to learn, explore and expand their experience of the world’s oldest living culture.
— Visha Jayasena (artist)
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Camping in style at our recent Aboriginal cultural Meditation retreat weekend.

Camping in style at our recent Aboriginal cultural Meditation retreat weekend.