The Wheel of the Year at Gaia's Garden

Women are invited to join us to celebrate the eight festivals at 6pm for 6:30pm ritual commencement on the following dates. We are using a Wheel of the Year adapted to the Southern Hemisphere and modified to acknowledge the seven Indigenous seasons for South East Australia.

The traditional festivals were developed over thousands of years in parts of Europe where they celebrated the changing of the seasons and the shifts in the land such as harvest and spring. Not surprisingly our Celtic forebears brought these traditions with them although the seasons and the land is very different.

Like other people, we have translated the festivals to the southern hemisphere. We have more recently acknowledged the seasons for our part of the land and the placing of the elements as fits our place on the land.


Wheel of the Year Celebrations

At Gaia’s Garden we celebrate the Wheel of the Year with a combination of traditional rituals and acknowledgement of the Indigenous seasons for the south-eastern corner of Australia. Rituals and Celebrations are free and commence at 6:00pm Please bring a plate of food to share.


Sabbatt Rituals in 2017:

Yule (Winter         June 25 - Sunday


Imbolc                  July 30 - Sunday

Eostara                Sept 24 - Sunday

Beltaine                Oct 29 - Sunday

Litha (Summer     Dec 17 - Sunday


All Sabbatt rituals will commence at 6:00pm (for 6:30pm ritual) Bring a plate of food to share.