Facilities include:

  • Workshop / Gathering Space - "The Potter’s House" - suitable for up to 20 people with kitchenette and toilet (compositing)

  • Meditation Space - "The Thomas Berry Sanctuary"

  • Art Space and Library - "The Riverdale Centre"

  • Walking track - up to Mt Archer

  • Labyrinth - an eleven circuit Chartres Labrynth

  • Spiral - an Earth and Universe Story Spiral for walking meditation

  • A few acres of grounds and gardens, including a small dry vine rainforest and a small dam

A short drive away is D'Agular National Park with camping, swimming and walking tracks. Supermarkets and other shops are available at Kilcoy and Woodford, 10 to 15 minutes drive away.

The Potter's House

Workshop / Gathering Space suitable for up to 20 people with kitchenette and toilet (compositing). Groups need to organise their own catering. The Potters' House has morning and afternoon tea facilities as well as a barbecue and microwave

The Thomas Berry Sanctuary

The Riverdale Centre

Enjoy our art space and library. You are welcome to use our art materials, such as clay, water paints and pastels - perfect for grounding your insights after a spiritual direction session. Our library contains books and DVDs (and a DVD player) relating to spirituality, the great mystics, poetry, and Earth-centred spirituality.

The Spiral

The Spiral Labyrinth copies one of the most ancient geometric symbols– the spiral. This geometrical pattern appears on ancient Egyptian temples as well as Celtic monuments; in nature, the spiral pattern appears in plants, on certain seashells and, most significant of all, it is the design of our galaxy. Read about how to walk a spiral at the Resilient Practice website.

The Labyrinth

We have an eleven circuit labrynth, modeled on the ancient labrynth at the cathedral of Chartres, in France.

Labyrinth walking is an ancient practice used by many different faiths for spiritual centering, contemplation, and prayer. Entering the serpentine path of a labyrinth, you walk slowly while quieting your mind and focusing on a spiritual question or prayer. You can read more about labrynths at the Veriditas website. Global Healing Response is a simple plan using the labyrinth and the labyrinth community for unified healing and to promote calm and grief integration in the case of an emergency or disaster.