• Welcome to Country
  • Music
  • Interactive Art Space
  • Keynote Speakers
  • International Meal
  • Art Exhibition
  • Children’s/Families Program
Exploring:
  • Living Together
  • The Sacred
  • Justice
  • Mindfulness
  • Inclusive Community
Focusing:
  • Refugees
  • Indigenous
  • LGBTIQ
  • Wellbeing
  • Sustainability

Announcement- 2022 Sacrededge Date.

We are delighted to announce the date for 2022 Sacrededge for the 29 April-1 May.

After much consideration, we have returned to the Early May timeslot. We are contacting the booked presenters for 2020/2021 festivals and are receiving favourable responses to the date.

We are still in a pandemic. There are risks involved in the timing, but we are hopeful that this date will precede the winter flu season, when it is feared another wave of the pandemic might hit.

The event will be a fully vaccinated one, so make sure you are all up to date with your vaccination requirements, to ensure the safety and health of all who attend.

We look forward to presenting Sacrededge with the integrity, the conversations and the meetings that are its hallmark this April/May.  Our commitment to Sacrededge hasn’t been diminished by postponing it; it is a mark of our commitment to the ethos, the style, and the deep sharing of stories that we so much admire in it.

We have left the profiles of artists, musicians and presenters from 2020/1 here on the website in the hope that our presenters will be available for the rescheduled date. As we receive firm responses, we will add or remove presenters as appropriate..

Here are a couple of links to past and future Sacrededge presenters to give you a Mini sacrededge experience.

Sacrededge is our response to a sometimes harsh and fearful world. It is an opportunity to connect with people from diverse backgrounds. Rather than debate and argue about issues Q&A style, this unique festival listens to people from the edge… their stories, music, poetry.

Our presenters, artists & performers come from a range of backgrounds – Indigenous, Refugee, LGBTIQ folk, Carers for the Earth and Ocean. They are the voices from the edge who are vulnerable and not normally heard.

With a bunch of people from different spiritual traditions and none, people who love stories, justice, ideas, music and the arts, community is created.

Sacrededge is a lived experience of how we can treasure each other in all our glorious diversity and find our hearts and minds expanded and enriched.

Here’s what to expect:

Artists, Musicians, Presenters

Program

Children and All-Age Opportunities

Food and Feast

Volunteers

Partners and Supporters

Previous Festivals

Park Labyrinth

Art Exhibition

What People Say about Sacrededge...

Thank you for all your magnificent work for Sacred Edge. Your vision and commitment are truly profound. We are all the richer for being part of the weekend. I learnt so much, and feel quite restored. I know many people contribute to the success of such events, we are indeed blessed. Thanks again, it truly was a celebration.  Maryann Brown

Just wanting to say I had a wonderful and life changing weekend with you all . It far exceeded my expectations amazing speakers and a loving and warm atmosphere. I can assure you I will be back next year.  Janette James
Brilliant weekend.  So many highlights the tremendous speakers, fantastic music (especially watching the Wilsons with Sam and Maeve) great venue, such a welcoming group of people, the homemade  chocolate hedgehog, great place to stay. Jon Graham and Belinda Jack
For all the talk of diversity, inclusion and welcome, rarely have I experienced the unique mix that this festival, in its fifth year, offers…There’s a little bit of magic happening down by the water…xxx…  Daniel Witthaus
Thank you Sacred Edgers for another inspiring weekend to challenge our preconceptions, widen our horizons and deepen our faith (and of course for the planning and hard work) and to all those who made themselves vulnerable to our insensitivity and misunderstanding we are deeply grateful.  Don Bartlett