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Edgewalkers

Edgewalkers

Edgewalkers is a leading international ecotourism and wellness retreat company delivering nature based adventures and retreats helping women reconnect with nature while we contribute to the regeneration of natural environments.We create walking adventures and creativity retreats that deepen your connection to nature, inspire creativity and adventure, and contribute to the regeneration of the planet.

OUR WALKING ADVENTURES

We are always exploring new destinations. We currently offer multi-day walking tours along the Cape to Cape track and throughout the Fitzgerald Biosphere during the breathtaking wildflower season in Australia’s southwest and through the spectacle of the Mongolian wilderness.

When you walk with us you are not just walking with a tour guide, you are walking with a philosopher,  an artist, a writer, a passionate adventurer, and most importantly, we want you to feel that you are walking with a friend; someone who can offer you a unique perspective and sensitivity to the whole experience.

RETREATS

Using tools and techniques from applied transformative theatre, embodied learning techniques & arts-based activities, the sessions have been designed by specialist practitioner Dr Erika Jacobson, to give you opportunities to identify, dismantle and examine some of the obstacles that are holding you back from the creative expression you are yearning for.

Both individual stories & collective insights are brought together in a process that gives you access to possibilities. These possibilities are then rehearsed and further expanded throughout the workshop/retreat. 

During the retreats the creative process is harnessed by guided walks immersed in nature through some of the most pristine and biodiverse environments in the world, including sections of the Cape to Cape track & Boranup forest in southwest Western Australia & in the Altai mountains of northwest Mongolia. In addition, special workshops with contributing local artists during each retreat will enhance your creativity experience.

Things To Do Around Here

Find out what to do while you’re in Australia’s South West.

Bettenay’s Margaret River

Book a wine and nougat experience in Margaret River.

Cape Mentelle

Visit this pioneer winery of the Margaret River wine region.

Domaine Naturaliste

A relaxing cellar door to taste award-winning wines and take in vineyard views.

Fishbone Wines

Boutique winery in Margaret River with a Japanese inspired restaurant.

Gralyn Estate

Dry and sweet wines, and aged port styles from a landmark cellar door.

Margaret River Distilling Company

Craft spirits, gastro-pub cuisine and ‘Ginversity’ gin blending classes.

Margaret River Providore

Amazing food options, homewares, chocolate liqueurs, wine, and pantry delights.

The Margaret River Chocolate Company

Mouth-watering, handmade premium Australian made chocolate.

Swings & Roundabouts

Cellar door and restaurant in Yallingup offering stunning views over the vineyard.

Beerfarm

Settle in at a cosy corner or long table for brewskies, bites and belly-laughs.

Clairault Streicker Wines

An iconic cellar door and vineyard kitchen overlooking the vines.

Fraser Gallop Estate

Minimal intervention estate winery in the Margaret River region.

John Miller Design

Iconic Australian artisan jewellery workshop with stores in Yallingup and Margaret River.

Leeuwin Estate

Sprawling estate winery offering tastings & tours, an upscale restaurant & gallery.

Jilyara Wines

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