Mornington Peninsula Interfaith Network invites you to: “Listening to the Land @ Cape Schanck”
Date: Sunday, October 5 2014 Time: 1pm-4pm
Listening to the Land is an initiative of the Mornington Peninsula Interfaith Network, seeking to bring people from different faith and cultural backgrounds together to connect or reconnect with the Land and to be moved to care for the Land.
Our Spring ‘Listening to the Land’ program will be held at Cape Schanck on Sunday 5th of October, 2014. Program begins at 1pm and includes an introductory talk, a listening walk, a meditation and aftenoon tea. The walk and meditation will be led by Gunditjamara Elder, Uncle Lionel Lauch.
The walk will begin from Cape Schanck main car park, go to the left of the ticket box and follow the path to the Eastern Lookout (which provides stunning ocean scenery towards Flinders) and down the Boardwalk. We will return back the same way. Medium to difficult walk with lots of steps and some rocks at the bottom, so wear supportive shoes. Please note: BYO Vegetarian food – something easy to share. Plates and cups will be provided. Look forward to seeing you there – sunshine or rain. The event is by donation.
- Location: Cape Schanck, Mornington Peninsula (see: http://parkweb.vic.gov.au/explore/parks/mornington-peninsula-national-park/things-to-do/cape-schank/cape-schanck-walks )
- Date: Sunday 5 October 2014
- Time: 1pm–4pm (Afternoon Tea will be around 3pm BYO vegetarian to share)
- Cost: By Donation
- Meeting Point: Cape Schanck Main Car Park on Cape Schanck Road (see:http://parkweb.vic.gov.au/explore/parks/mornington-peninsula-national-park/things-to-do/cape-schank/cape-schanck-main-carpark )
- Level: Medium to Difficult walk with lots of steps and some rocks at the bottom, so wear supportive shoes.
- More information: Judy O’Donnell: (m) 0400 088 410 (h) 03 5974 4969
For further information on Cape Schanck see: http://parkweb.vic.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0005/315590/Park-note-Mornington-Peninsula-NP-Cape-Schanck.PDF
The Mornington Peninsula Interfaith Network (MPIN) acknowledges the traditional owners and custodians of the land, the Boonwurrung/Bunurong people, part of the Kulin Nation, and their elders past and present.