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Parent and Carer Connection and Wellbeing Workshop

Parent and Carer Connection and Wellbeing Workshop

Aug 10, 10:00am - Aug 10, 12:00pm+5Aug 17, 10:00am - Aug 17, 12:00pmAug 24, 10:00am - Aug 24, 12:00pmAug 31, 10:00am - Aug 31, 12:00pmSep 6, 10:00am - Sep 6, 12:00pmSep 13, 10:00am - Sep 13, 12:00pm

The Family PlaceUnit 3 & 4, 24-26 Ford Street2537 Map

Learn about wellbeing and connection for FREE through 4 sessions of play therapy and 2 sessions of equine assisted learning.

Up to 2 children per parent/carer, aged between 1 and 5 years of age.

10am until midday.

Play Therapy sessions held at The Family Place, Ford Street, Moruya:
Wednesday 10th August 2022
Wednesday 17th August 2022
Wednesday 24th August 2022
Wednesday 31st August 2022

Equine Assisted Learning sessions held at Spirit Healing, Moruya:
Tuesday 6th September 2022
Tuesday 13th September 2022

To find out more or register, contact Katie at or on 0455 029 020.

This workshop is brought to you by The Family Place in partnership with South Coast Play Therapy and Equine Spirit Healing.
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Women’s Red Dust Healing Yarning Circle Batemans Bay

Women’s Red Dust Healing Yarning Circle Batemans Bay

Aug 12, 1:00pm - Aug 12, 4:00pm+1Aug 19, 1:00pm - Aug 19, 4:00pm

Soul Space57 Beach RoadBatemans Bay, NSW2536 Map

Open to all women in our community. Come along and join the yarning circles to be held in various venues from Batemans Bay to Tilba.


To find out more please call Tamara on 0475 013 605.
To register, please click the link in the ticket section.

Developed in partnership with Marymead, Revival is a grassroots program that aims to bring together the communities of the Eurobodalla Shire who were impacted by the Black Summer bushfires.


The Red Dust Healing program examines the intergenerational effects of colonisation on the mental, physical and spiritual wellbeing of Indigenous families and encourages individuals to confront and deal with the problems, hurt and anger in their lives.
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29 interested
Koori Boori's

Koori Boori's

Aug 17, 10:00am - Aug 17, 1:00pm+8Aug 31, 10:00am - Aug 31, 1:00pmSep 7, 10:00am - Sep 7, 1:00pmSep 21, 10:00am - Sep 21, 1:00pmOct 12, 10:00am - Oct 12, 1:00pmOct 26, 10:00am - Oct 26, 1:00pmNov 9, 10:00am - Nov 9, 1:00pmNov 23, 10:00am - Nov 23, 1:00pmDec 7, 10:00am - Dec 7, 1:00pm

Melaleuca Centre

Koori Booris has been running in this community since 2007!

Koori Boori’s is a time for our Mum’s, Grandparents, carers, bubs and kids to connect, yarn and play.
You can also bring your Boori for a check-up with the Gadhu Health Early Childhood nurse or get antenatal checks with the midwife.

Koori Booris is a chance for your little Booris to connect with each other and gives you the chance to yarn with other families with a light lunch and refreshments provided.

Koori Booris is delivered in partnership with the amazing crew from Ghadu Health, Grand Pacific Health and The Family Place.

Stay tuned for more info, special guests and freebies
To book your spot please contact or on 0475 013 605.
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Women’s Red Dust Healing Yarning Circle Tomakin

Women’s Red Dust Healing Yarning Circle Tomakin

Sep 9, 10:00am - Sep 9, 1:00pm+1Sep 16, 10:00am - Sep 16, 1:00pm

Tomakin Community Hall

Open to all women in our community. Come along and join the yarning circles to be held in various venues from Batemans Bay to Tilba.

To find out more please call Tamara on 0475 013 605.
To Register click the link in the ticket section.

Developed in partnership with Marymead, Revival is a grassroots program that aims to bring together the communities of the Eurobodalla Shire who were impacted by the Black Summer bushfires.

The Red Dust Healing program examines the intergenerational effects of colonisation on the mental, physical and spiritual wellbeing of Indigenous families and encourages individuals to confront and deal with the problems, hurt and anger in their lives.
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28 interested
Women’s Red Dust Healing Yarning Circle Moruya

Women’s Red Dust Healing Yarning Circle Moruya

Sep 23, 10:00am - Sep 23, 1:00pm+1Oct 7, 10:00am - Oct 7, 1:00pm

Moruya Mechanics' InstituteMoruya, NSW Map

Open to all women in our community. Come along and join the yarning circles to be held in various venues from Batemans Bay to Tilba.

To find out more please call Tamara on 0475 013 605.
To Register click the link in the ticket section.

Developed in partnership with Marymead, Revival is a grassroots program that aims to bring together the communities of the Eurobodalla Shire who were impacted by the Black Summer bushfires.

The Red Dust Healing program examines the intergenerational effects of colonisation on the mental, physical and spiritual wellbeing of Indigenous families and encourages individuals to confront and deal with the problems, hurt and anger in their lives.
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ReGrowth Youth Theatre Workshop

ReGrowth Youth Theatre Workshop

Sep 26, 9:00am - Oct 1, 8:00pm

Broulee Surfers Surf Lifesaving ClubOff Heath StreetBroulee, NSW2537 Map

ReGrowth is a ‘site specific’, performing arts school holiday program for young people aged 10-17 years. The program will be delivered in 5 locations across the Eurobodalla and Bega Valley LGAs. The program consists of a series of theatre skills and performance workshops. You will be supported throughout your involvement by skilled teams from The Family Place and Campbell Page.

You will have the opportunity to devise and create theatre from your own stories and shared experiences. The workshops will be developed and facilitated by Bontom, a creative and experienced team of young professional artists, who specialise in site specific theatre. Site specific theatre can be made and performed anywhere, this program will create, rehearse, and perform in significant community spaces. The final session of the workshop will be a performance, the space will be transformed into a theatre for one night only, with an audience of welcome parents, families, and wider community.

We will be kicking off ReGrowth 3.0 at Broulee Surf Life Saving Club in the first week of the Spring school holidays. Workshops and rehearsals will run from Monday 26th September until Friday 30th September with a final performance night on Saturday October 1st for family, friends and communities to attend.

Theatre and performing not your thing? That’s okay, we have plenty of other ways you can get involved…

The ReGrowth project includes the production of a feature length documentary, this will capture the journey as we move through and engage in the theatre making process. The documentary will bring to light the untold stories of you and our region with footage being shot during each workshop period and will include a combination of on-site imagery from the workshops and performances, as well as location shots from areas of significance across the Far South Coast. This component is optional to participate in should you wish.

ReGrowth is also looking for high school students interested in work experience components over the school holidays to help you build your CV for future opportunities. We have positions for work experience for the following roles;
- Front of House & Admin
- Production Management
- Documentary Film Making
- Community Development & Project Co-ordination

If you’re keen to get involved, let us know why – be quick, places are limited. You can access the registration form here; linktr.ee/REGROWTH_WORKSHOPS
Should you have any questions or would like further information on anything, you can reach out via messenger or contact our Project Officer, Meaghan, at or call 0498 690 811.

*This Local Economic Recovery project is jointly funded by the Commonwealth and the New South Wales Government under the Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements.
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ReGrowth Youth Theatre Workshop

ReGrowth Youth Theatre Workshop

Oct 4, 9:00am - Oct 8, 8:00pm

The Bend and Sip Bar98 Campbell StreetNarooma, NSW Map

ReGrowth is a ‘site specific’, performing arts school holiday program for young people aged 10-17 years. The program will be delivered in 5 locations across the Eurobodalla and Bega Valley LGAs. The program consists of a series of theatre skills and performance workshops. You will be supported throughout your involvement by skilled teams from The Family Place and Campbell Page.

You will have the opportunity to devise and create theatre from your own stories and shared experiences. The workshops will be developed and facilitated by Bontom, a creative and experienced team of young professional artists, who specialise in site specific theatre. Site specific theatre can be made and performed anywhere, this program will create, rehearse, and perform in significant community spaces. The final session of the workshop will be a performance, the space will be transformed into a theatre for one night only, with an audience of welcome parents, families, and wider community.

We will be kicking off ReGrowth 4.0 at Bend & Sip Narooma in the second week of the Spring school holidays. Workshops and rehearsals will run from Tuesday 4th October until Friday 7th October with a final performance night on Saturday October 8th for family, friends and communities to attend.

Theatre and performing not your thing? That’s okay, we have plenty of other ways you can get involved…

The ReGrowth project includes the production of a feature length documentary, this will capture the journey as we move through and engage in the theatre making process. The documentary will bring to light the untold stories of you and our region with footage being shot during each workshop period and will include a combination of on-site imagery from the workshops and performances, as well as location shots from areas of significance across the Far South Coast. This component is optional to participate in should you wish.

ReGrowth is also looking for high school students interested in work experience components over the school holidays to help you build your CV for future opportunities. We have positions for work experience for the following roles;
- Front of House & Admin
- Production Management
- Documentary Film Making
- Community Development & Project Co-ordination

If you’re keen to get involved, let us know why – be quick, places are limited. You can access the registration form here; linktr.ee/REGROWTH_WORKSHOPS
Should you have any questions or would like further information on anything, you can reach out via messenger or contact our Project Officer, Meaghan, at or call 0498 690 811.

*This Local Economic Recovery project is jointly funded by the Commonwealth and the New South Wales Government under the Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements.
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