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Wild Living with Koa Windsong - WAITING LIST ONLY


  • Kuranda Crescent Kuranda, QLD, 4881 Australia (map)

A nature connection course guided by Koa Windsong and supported by Claire Dunn

This is a precious opportunity to learn Wild Living from Koa Windsong, one of Australia's best known survivalists, and earth medicine keepers, on his wild property in far north Queensland. 

 

To consciously interact with the web of life is empowering and a lot of fun.

The more disconnected we are from the earth, the more pain and suffering we create in the world. 

Be inspired to learn how to walk in harmony with nature, putting our roots back into the earth so deep that we fully wake up to our true amazing selves.

This workshop will cover indigenous fire-making, water purification and collection, wild foods and medicinals, deep listening to the land and each other, and much more.

Course Cost

Includes two meals a day.

  • $300 early bird (payment by July 10)
  • $325 full price (payment after July 10)

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Koa Windsong

was raised by his Native American Grandmother to the time he was twelve years old. She taught him that there was no separation between the physical and the spiritual world. The last 40 years has seen Koa cultivate an extensive knowledge of Australian bush tucker, survival and healing, living for weeks at a time solely off the land.

Koa is dedicated to promoting the wisdom of walking in a spirit of love with mother earth and each other. 

Claire Dunn

is a writer, educator, journalist and barefoot explorer. Claire worked for many years as an environmental campaigner with organisations such as The Wilderness Society, before turning her attention to the human-nature connection, studying Deep Ecology, eco-psychology, and wilderness survival skills.

In 2010, Claire embarked on a year of self-discovery and healing while living in the bush for a year. Her recent book “My Year Without Matches: Escaping the the City in Search of the Wild” is a memoir of that journey. Claire is a passionate advocate for ‘rewilding’ our inner and outer landscapes, and facilitates nature-based reconnection retreats and contemporary wilderness rites of passage.