Practise the Art of Weaving with Robin and Helen….Cultural Weaving Workshop


Practise the Art of Weaving with Robin and Helen….

Cultural Weaving Workshop


Using the natural fibers collected from Bunjalung country, we will sit together in ceremony and experience ritual and storytelling.

Robin and Helen are offering a delightful way of being together with others. This is an invitation to be present, tell stories, connected to each other and country.

Healing is not just about recovering what has been lost or repairing what has been broken. It is about embracing a life force to create a new and vibrant fabric that keeps us grounded and connected, wraps us in warmth and love and gives us the joy of seeing what we have created, healing, helps us to be strong and gentle at the same time. It gives us balance and harmony and a place of triumph and sanctuary forevermore. 

Dr Helen Milroy


Who is this workshop for?

  • Anyone interested in connecting with others
  • Therapists/counsellors
  • Social workers
  • Psychologists
  • Youth workers
  • Teachers
  • GTB students and graduates


Participant outcomes

  • Learn to weave and learn about the cultural significance of weaving
  • Experience how cultural rituals and ceremonies support connection with ourselves, others and country
  • Opportunities to share stories



Robin Davis


Robin is a descendant of Yuin people on the South Coast of New South Wales. Living on Bundjalung she describes herself as Koori.


Helen McWilliam


Helen is non Koori, a descendant of convicts and settlers.

Event Details

Date: 14 July 2024

Start time: 10:30 a.m. AEST

End time: 04:00 p.m. AEST

Venue: 431 Montague Road, West End