TIME TO COME HOME: AN IMMERSION RETREAT WITH NALINI MACNAB
JOIN NALINI FOR THIS IMMERSION EXPERIENCE ON THE ISLAND OF TASMANIA, AUSTRALIA
SEPTEMBER 20 - 24TH, 2019
An immersion retreat is a sacred opportunity to leave your day to day behind and enter fully into the Dreamtime. You will deepen your connection to the magical and mystical realms, be immersed in higher vibrations and shake loose all that stands in between you and Source.
Retreats allow you to slow down, receive transmissions and deeply embody transformational frequencies.
This retreat will be held at Edge of the Bay Resort, on the beautiful island of Tasmania, Australia, near Coles Bay and the Freycinet National Park, on 20 -24 September 2019.
A visit to an eco-resort like this, immersed in the natural environment, facilitates the dropping of the veils of 'normal' perception so that you can perceive with new eyes.
This will be a life changing experience! I hope you will consider joining us!
LOCATION: EDGE OF THE BAY RESORT
Nestled into 27 acres of untouched bushland in the heart of the Freycinet Peninsula, you will find the aptly named Edge of the Bay resort. Edge of the bay is situated near Coles Bay and the Freycinet national park walking tracks, with direct access to 3 private, pristine beaches, and views across Great Oyster Bay to the Hazards Mountain range from every cottage and suite.
The Oceanview Suites are situated right on the beach front. Each suite is a private room with King-size bed, ensuite and small kitchenette and has been thoughtfully designed to bring the Freycinet Peninsula to your doorstep while minimising environmental impact. These suites represent eco-tourism at its finest.
More information about Edge of the Bay resort, can be found here: https://www.edgeofthebay.com.au/.
‘The Edge’ restaurant at the resort is open for dinner every night. It’s waterfront location guarantees spectacular views while you dine, with panoramic vision of Great Oyster Bay, towards Coles Bay and the Hazards mountains.
Other options for dining nearby include:
Geographe (Wood fired pizza)
Freycinet Marine Farm (Fresh local seafood)
Freycinet Lodge (Australian-themed restaurant)
Iluka Tavern (Casual bistro dining)
A daily continental breakfast is included in your retreat package however lunches and dinner (except one group dinner) will be at your own cost.
Parking is available free of charge for all guests.
THINGS TO DO AT FREYCINET
You will have ample free time during the retreat to explore and maximise your experience of these magical surrounds.
Freycinet National Park
One of the first national park to be declared in Tasmania in 1916, Freycinet National Park is rich in history and spectacular natural features, including the pink granite mountains of the Hazards, stunning white sand beaches and Wineglass Bay. It is a mecca for bushwalking, with trails to suit all, from a short stroll to more extensive and strenuous walks where you can discover the area’s forests, beaches, bays and mountains.
This is one of Australia's most famous and recognisable beaches. You can enjoy the climb to the Wineglass Bay lookout (1.5 hours return), walk on the beach itself or take the Hazards Circuit if you feel like exploring further (5 hours). Please note, these are serious walks.
Cape Tourville Lighthouse
Experience majestic coastal views of the National Park. This is a great alternative for those who don't feel inclined to tackle the steep hill on the Wineglass Bay lookout walk. Located just 10 minutes’ drive from the resort.
20 September: Check-in to the resort at 2:00pm. Meet with Nalini and other retreat attendees for an afternoon gathering and an energy shifting walk (weather permitting). This is re-set and re-calibration time, allowing your vibration to rise to meet the mystical energies of the land. The outing will be followed by a group dinner intended to help ground the shifts in vibration made during the afternoon.
21 September: We will meet for a morning meditation and transmission, whose focus will be shifting into the currents of light that are the Equinox energies. Use your free time in the afternoon to hike the beautiful country or to rest and integrate. We will gather again in the evening for further deepening into the energies and for Q&A.
22 September: We will meet for another morning meditation and transmission, and let the day's events unfold from there. Let the Dreamtime lead you! Our evening gathering will be to gather energy for the initiation on the Equinox.
23 September: For the Equinox alignment, we will meditate together. Weather permitting, we will make a day trip to Schouten Island, Friendly Beaches or Honeymoon Bay and experience the Equinox energies there.
24 September: Our final gathering will be to ground the Dreamtime within each of us, give thanks to this special land that has supported our journey and to close the retreat. There is always a special, unique download for each individual when we close an immersion in this way. Check out time is 10:00am.
The schedule is subject to change as we shift with the energies of land and sea (and weather).
RETREAT COSTS AND DETAILS
The price for this retreat is $2678 AUD/ $1,898 USD per person which includes four nights’ accommodation from 20 – 24 September, daily buffet breakfast each day, all retreat sessions and one group dinner.
The price includes:
Retreat sessions – morning and evening gatherings as listed in the schedule
Accommodation for a four-night stay at Freycinet Lodge
Daily Buffet Breakfast
One group dinner
Self-service refreshments for the duration of your stay
Freycinet National Park Entry Fees
Additional costs include:
Airfares and other travel expenses are not included. Lunches and dinners (except one group dinner) will also be at your own cost. If the weather permits, you have the opportunity to participate in a day trip to the beautiful Schouten Island. This will be an additional $100 AUD/ $73 USD for those who wish to participate.
GETTING TO TASMANIA - FREYCINET
Edge of the Bay resort is located near Freycinet National Park, around 2.5 hours from both Hobart and Launceston via the A3 Tasman Highway. There are multiple ways to journey here.
Flying to Tasmania: Australia's major airlines fly daily into Hobart and Launceston from most capital cities. Flights are approximately 60 minutes’ duration from Melbourne, and approximately 105 minutes’ flying time from Sydney.
Sailing from Melbourne: The Spirit of Tasmania sails daily between Melbourne and Devonport. You can bring your own vehicle on the Spirit, or hire cars are also available from the Spirit of Tasmania terminal. Driving time from Devonport to Freycinet is approximately 3¼ hours.
Car hire: You will need to rent your car in Hobart or Launceston as there are no hire cars available in Coles Bay or Freycinet National Park.
Driving From Hobart: Cross the Tasman Bridge and take the Tasman Highway to Sorell. Turn left at Sorell and follow the highway north. Continue approximately 34km past Swansea until you reach the Freycinet junction. Edge of the Bay resort is approximately 20km from the junction, just before the township of Coles Bay.
Driving From Launceston: Take the Midland Highway and travel south towards Hobart. Approximately 70km from Launceston turn left onto Montagu Street at Campbell Town and follow Lake Leake Highway until you reach the Tasman Highway. Continue south through Bicheno and on to the Freycinet junction.
Alternatively, take the Tasman Highway from Launceston through Scottsdale until you reach St Helens on Tasmania’s east coast. Continue south through Bicheno and on to the Freycinet junction.
Useful links: https://www.discovertasmania.com.au/about/national-parks-and-wilderness/freycinet-national-park-wineglass-bay
Reserve Your Space
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