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Acknowledgment Of Country

We gratefully acknowledge the Wurundjeri peoples of the Koolin nation as the traditional custodians of the unceded land upon which Anam Cara Homestead is situated. We pay our deepest respect to their elders past, present and future. We also honor Bunjil, the ancestor-creator and Waa, the trickster-teacher.


We invite guests and volunteers to visit Anam Cara with the vision of connecting people with nature, to their own inner wisdom, and by making work on the land a sacred act which we call karma yoga (the yoga of action).


You are welcome to join the Anam Cara family for a day, a week or more. Locals are also welcome to come and enjoy a delicious organic meal from the Anam Cara kitchen at various communal lunches and dinners throughout the week. As a guest at Anam Cara you will have opportunities to engage in learning about alternative lifestyles, sustainable living, Indigenous perspectives and healthy inter-relating. At the same time visitors can experience the outstanding beauty and relaxation of this special place.


Anam Cara can be a place of retreat from the day-to-day, especially for those wishing to find a new direction in their life, or simply needing some time out. An Anam Cara Experience Week will allow plenty of time for personal reflection and processing. Guests of all ages are most welcome, including children. We strive to be inclusive to people of all identities and backgrounds.

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