Every month Garden Life hosts a half day bushwalk in Pittwater, in support of the Indigenous Literacy Foundation, an organisation that is dedicated to lifting literacy levels in remote Indigenous communities around Australia. All ticket proceeds are donated to the Foundation, with more than $15,000 being raised so far.
Garden Life founder, Richard Unsworth, and bush expert, Paul Webb, host the private guided tours of the glorious and pristine bushland in the Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, which features an abundance of native flora and fauna, bushfoods, waterfalls and remarkable Indigenous carvings. The walks conclude with a delicious three course lunch at Trincomalee, Richard’s home and garden in Pittwater before returning to Church Point via ferry.
Enjoy a truly inspiring day out, just an hour’s drive from the CBD, and support a wonderful organisation in the process. Further information, itinerary, dates and tickets for upcoming walks are on Eventbrite. Private walks for groups of up to 10 people can also be organised – perfect for social groups or work team building. Please contact us for more information via email@example.com.
Any dates or bookings affected by Covid restrictions will be honoured and rescheduled.
ABOUT THE INDIGENOUS LITERACY FOUNDATION
The foundation is dedicated to lifting literacy levels in remote Indigenous communities, so all children across Australia have the same choices and opportunities. The purpose of the foundation is to make a difference to the lives of Indigenous families by not only gifting thousands of new culturally appropriate books – with a focus on early literacy and first language – but also by running programs to inspire the communities to tell and publish their own stories.
Garden Life respectfully acknowledges the Traditional custodians of the land on which we work and live, and recognises their continuing connection to land, water and culture. We pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging.