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…a life changing experience

“The Pilgrimage I thought was a fantastic avenue for young people to all come together whilst on a personal journey and learn about the aboriginal culture and learn more about choices, respect, crossing boundaries etc. I felt that the way it was organised was incredible, the way that young people could reflect, and think whilst…

What the NSW-ACT pilgrims thought of their experience…

If someone was to ask you what the pilgrimage was like, what would you say? “It’s so great! The people you meet are amazing and you feel really safe.” Ashleigh, 14 “I’d say it’s a totally different experience, a life changing experience. And I would explain what we do, and the awesome atmosphere on the…

Uluru Pilgrimage – what has it meant for you?

“It was an awesome experience. Something I will never forget and I would recommend it to anyone – the people you meet/the places you go – the journey you travel. A once in a lifetime experience to the heart!” Marie W.A “I learnt more respect for myself” Karleena W.A “I’ve seen how people are not…

The pilgrims have gone home but the story lives on

Stay tunned to this site because over the next few days you will begin to read some comments from pilgrims and those that have been on this huge journey. How has this affected them, and in what way do they see things in new ways? What are they thankful for? STAY TUNED for more comments…

On the way to Mildura

It has been quite a while since our last update. As you can imagine the access to internet is quite limited out in the heart of our nation. We had an awesome time at Uluru, exploring the cultural centre and walking around some special parts of the base of the rock. We discovered how important…

Paddle boats and positive emotions on the way to Griffith

Day 11 Press play to hear a great report from Leishza from the Sydney West bus.

Kings Canyon, camels, cooks and cruises on the way to Mildura

Day 10 Press play to hear a great report from Wezza from the Sydney West bus.

Home sweet home as changed pilgrims

Day 11 The final victorian pilgrims spent their last day together after spending a freezing cold night in Stawell then travelling to Ballarat. We sung “You’re my brother, you’re my sister” and special songs and chatted about highlights and then thanked each other. Lots of tired, happy, smelly pilgrims are home today!

The Journey Ends

Day 11 Up bright and early at 5am we were packed and on our final leg of our Uluru Pilgrimage, this was the last time we would be packing up our bus and tents – woo hoo! The process of saying farewell began with writing words of encouragement to each other, evaluating our time together…

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