Deep Listening Festival Margaret River – Program Highlights
Our program is shaping up to be a memorable one that you won’t want to miss!
Important Parking Information
The parking at the church is limited. If you are unable to get a parking space the best option is to go around the corner and park along Spinebill Ramble. There is side access to the church from there. There will be people around to help you if you need further directions!
Our Friday program will run from 7pm with the Art Exhibition and music, until 9.30pm following a music presentation by one of our guest speakers, Scott Darlow.
The Broadbent Brothers will be providing some musical entertainment at our Friday Sundowner.
The Broadbent Brothers have been charming audiences in the southwest of WA for a couple of years now with their catchy, harmony driven songs. Already seasoned performers, they have graduated from busking to performing at local wineries, brewhouses and festivals. Performance awards from the Fairbridge Music Festival (the Quest 2016) and a Nannup Emerging Artist Award (2017) mean the secret is well and truly out! Come and be entertained by these talented, multi-instrumentalist brothers.
Browse the Art Exhibition on display. Later in the evening some of the artists will be speaking about the art they have produced for the festival, and the inspiration behind it.
Scott Darlow, one of our guest speakers, will be performing some of his songs.
Tickets for just the Friday Sundowner are available for just $15 + bf. Click Here to go to our Ticketbooth page.
Thanks to Voyager Estate Margaret River for sponsoring our Sundowner!
Our Saturday is shaping up to be a wonderful day, beginning at 9am and going through to 5.30pm.
You can download the full Saturday program as a pdf – Saturday Program
Our Saturday morning will begin with a Welcome to Country, followed by a deeper sharing of stories by our guest speakers Sabrina Hahn and Scott Darlow, as well as small group options for meditation, smaller discussion groups and informal chats over a cuppa with some of our presenters. There will also be interactive Mandala workshops, Labyrinth walks and workshops specifically tailored to kids. We also welcome Sean Allen, a volunteer speaker from beyond blue sharing his experiences about anxiety and depression.
A feature of our Saturday program will also be two panel discussions – Land on the Edge, and People on the Edge, both involving our guest speakers and other invited guests on the topics.
Find out more about our fantastic lineup of speakers and presenters HERE.
You can purchase tickets for either the full Saturday program, or just the morning or afternoon if you can’t make the whole day.
Go to our Ticketbooth page for pricing and details – Adult and Child tickets available.
Never fear, coffee is here! The Yahava Coffee Van will be making an appearance on Saturday morning for all of your hot beverage needs! We encourage you to bring your own cup to help reduce our waste over the weekend!