World Labyrinth Day Events

Australia: Victoria

World Day Labyrinth Day May 4th (Eltham, Victoria)


St Margaret's  Labyrinth Walk will be led by a Facilitator who will meet the participants in the Mud Brick Hall before we walk the Labyrinth.  If the weather is inclement or raining we have a portable labyrinth which can be set up indoors.

Location: 79-81 Pitt Street, Eltham, Victoria 3095

Registration is not required.

Saturday, May 4 1–2:30 p.m. AEST  

Hosted by St Margaret's Anglican Church, Eltham, Victoria

World Labyrinth Day (Glen Iris, Victoria)

Walk as One at 1

We will meet in the church courtyard at 12.30 for a brief talk about Labyrinths.  At 1 pm the labyrinth walk will begin.  After the walk there will be a simple creative activity.

Location: 4 Charles Street, Glen Iris, Victoria, Australia

Registration is required.

Saturday, May 4 12:30–2:00 p.m. AEST  

Hosted by St Faith's Anglican Church, Burwood

World Labyrinth Day (Kialla, Victoria)

Join me to celebrate WORLD LABYRINTH DAY at 1pm  Saturday May 4th at 36 Furphy Ave Kialla. 

Let's Walk for Peace along with others in different locations around Australia and the world.

Bring an open-heart and open mind and spend some time here with others who desire a peaceful world. Labyrinth walking may be familiar to you , or completely new. Either way, bring your presence and your desire for peace and connection and prepare to enjoy the day. Labyrinth walking connects us strongly to the peace that resides within. 

Labyrinths  are open till 4pm so come when you can.

Location: 36 Furphy Avenue, Kialla, VIC 3631

Registration is required.

Saturday, May 4 1-4:00 p.m. AEST  

Hosted by Lisa Shortridge

World Labyrinth Day: meditation, art and community (Melbourne, Victoria)

This gathering will introduce you to the labyrinth. You will be guided through a meditation using a finger labyrinth supplied, with options to explore different labyrinth designs and textures. Using a finger labyrinth in meditation is an embodied practice that allows for a slowing down, relaxation and gentle self-reflection.

There is the opportunity to learn how to draw your own classical labyrinth using pencil and paper. There then will be time to follow your own impulse for art making, whether it be continuing your own labyrinth image, or any other art making. During this time music will be on low volume without chit chat inviting time to connect to yourself and to be in creative flow.

Location: Warrandyte, Melbourne, Victoria

Registration is required.

Saturday, May 4 9:30 am-12:30 p.m. AEST  

Hosted by Life Spirals

Ocean Labyrinth Walk (Queenscliff, Victoria)

As part of the Sacrededge Festival which celebrates & shares all those on the “edge” - refugees, indigenous, LGBTQI+, the land and the environment, this pop-up

Labyrinth is a space for all to reflect

& engage.  We invite everyone to join us at 1pm when we walk as one for the land & peace. 

Location: Citizens Park, Queenscliff, Victoria

Registration is not required.

Saturday, May 4 1-2:00 pm AEST  

Hosted by Sacrededge Festival

Coming Home to Country Coming Home to Self (San Remo, Victoria)

Listening deeply to Heart to the storytelling of Monomeeth (Autumn) of the Yallock Bulluk Clan of the Boon Wurrung/Bunurong peoples before colonisation. If we listen to the in-between words, we can hear our souls speak about the sorrow of the long war and the loss of ways of knowing, being and doing for the First Peoples.  

During the walk, as if in the footsteps of the First Peoples, to gain an understanding of these losses and make an individual commit to connecting to the Truth Telling and Treaty hearings on YouTube, to be visible in advocating for a fair, just, and equitable future for First Peoples

Location: At the rear of Lions Park San Remo Victoria

Registration is not required.

Saturday, May 4 1-2:00 pm AEST  

Hosted by Lorraine Rodda