Weaving Stories of Experiential Learning & Connection With Nature

Mirawara is a non-profit social enterprise based in Castlemaine. The name Mirawara comes from the scientific name of the biggest mayfly in Australia, an amazing insect and among the most ancient on Earth. You can see them flying over the top of the water at the  Golden Point Reservoir during summer evenings — truly beautiful!

Use the contact form below enquire about Mirawara, services we can supply to your group or school, and our upcoming events. Trips will be listed here and on our Facebook page. Also check out our Instagram page for images from past events and trips.

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Climbing at Mt Macedon, 20th October 2019

  Climbing day at Camels Hump at Mt Macedon, 20th October. Transport will be provided from Castlemaine Information Centre leaving at 9 am and coming back around 5 pm. This adventure will be youth focus so bring along all your friends to share this amazing experience. What to bring: comfy clothes and running shoes, a […]

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$18.50
Camels Hump carpark, Mt Macedon, Victoria Australia
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Youth climbing day at Mt Macedon, 3rd November 2019

      Climbing day at Camels Hump at Mt Macedon, 3rd November. Transport will be provided from Castlemaine Information Centre leaving at 8 am and coming back around 5 pm. This adventure will be youth focus so bring along all your friends to share this amazing experience. What to bring: comfy clothes and running […]

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$18.50
Camels Hump carpark, Mt Macedon, Victoria Australia
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Family rock-climbing day at Mt Macedon, 9th November 2019

This event is for the whole family! Climbing day at Camels Hump at Mt Macedon, 9th November. Transport will be provided from Castlemaine Information Centre leaving at 9 am and coming back around 5 pm or you can make your own way to Mt Macedon at Camels Hump carpark and we will meet you there […]

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$18.50
Camels Hump carpark, Mt Macedon, Victoria Australia
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Climbing at Leanganook (Mt Alexander), 16th November 2019

Climbing day at Leanganook (Dog Rocks, Mt Alexander) on 16th November . What to bring: comfy clothes and running shoes, a cut lunch, plenty of water, hat, sunscreen and the client sign up form available on our website at mirawara.org. Open to all ages!

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$18.50
Dog Rocks, Leanganook, Mt Alexander, Joseph Young Drive
Faraday, VIC 3451 Australia
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Fun family day at Leanganook: rope work, abseiling and climbing, 23rd Nov 2019

This event is for the whole family! Learn some rope skills, walk on a tight rope, face your fears of height and abseiling down a granitic rock face or have a go at climbing in the beautiful landscape of Leanganook (Mt Alexander) with our passionate climbing instructors. This is another amazing opportunity brought to you […]

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$18.50
Dog Rocks, Leanganook, Mt Alexander, Joseph Young Drive
Faraday, VIC 3451 Australia
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Cultural tour of Boort with Aunty Marilyn, 24th November 2019

For the Dja Dja Wurrung Traditional Owners and the Yong Baluk clan, Lake Boort is part of their traditional country. This incredible cultural landscape demonstrates cultural practices of hunting, stone‐tool making, camping and gathering, ceremony and burial, as well as continuing connections during the colonial period and again today. Aunty Marilyn Nicholls, well-respected member of […]

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$18.50
Nolan park, Boort, Victoria, Boort, VIC Australia
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climbing weekend at Mt Arapiles, 6th-8th December 2019

    This event is youth focus (12-25) but families are welcome to come as well to support their teens with this amazing experience: During this weekend you will be introduced to the internationally renowned Mt Arapiles. You will be doing top-rope climbing on some of the most popular crags on the mount, you will […]

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$79
Mt Arapiles, Victoria Australia
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Live in each season as it passes; breathe the air, drink the drink, taste the fruit, and resign yourself to the influence of the earth.

— Henry David Thoreau

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