I’m really looking forward to World Labyrinth Day this year. Face to face restrictions on gatherings have been lifted and hopefully will stay that way. Come and join me and other enthusiasts for a walk on the Centennial Park Labyrinth in Sydney at 1pm on Saturday May 1st. Let’s walk as one at one!

This year I’m also facilitating a walk for meditators and healers at 11am. This should be a lovely introduction to the labyrinth for anyone who hasn’t come across its energy yet, and provide a way in to experiencing how profound it can be. Register in the Contact menu on my home page to be in the draw for a finger labyrinth, or just come along. Stay for both walks if you like! Check this page for weather updates.

World Labyrinth Day:

World Labyrinth Day in Schools: Australian Labyrinth Network

STOP PRESS: The Labyrinth Society, Veriditas and the Legacy Labyrinth project are conducting some research into our experiences on the labyrinth. If you’d like to take part in this, register at:

World Labyrinth Day 2020

A quiet and rather solitary World Labyrinth Day celebration, 2nd May. for me this year. I stayed on the Central Coast, NSW and took a finger labyrinth to a peaceful spot by the water. It was good to know that labyrinth lovers from the east coast of Australia were walking in spirit with me, and that many others were able to do a virtual walk thanks to the work of the Australian Labyrinth Network.

Hand crafted labyrinth from labyrinth making workshop. Follow the path to the centre and back again.