2024 ROBE

Relax to the Crayfish Crawl September 13-15th, 2024 

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Workshop Offerings

Cooking with Hemp

Come and meet Linda Andersen from Good Country Hemp, which is a local hemp seed

Hand Massage

About the Workshop Elise from Kneady Therapies has been massaging for about 16 years. You

Mandala Art

It’s more than just art,’ says Cathy Armfield, who is an energy intuitive and founder

Grow Your Own Flowers

A picture-perfect cutting garden or an incredible ‘stop-you-in-your-tracks’ vase of flowers are visions of beauty.

Better Your Balance

Occurring more frequently with increasing age, falls are Australia’s leading cause of injury hospitalisation and death.. 

Get into Golf

If you would like a small group golf instruction and practice with a focus on

Deloraine Collections

This is a DOUBLE session 1:30-5pm. A 25 minute drive will take you inland to Brenton Drabsch’s

Barefoot Bowls

Nesla Boundy and her team are looking forward to sharing their bowling skills with all

Yoga Pam

About the Workshop: Movements/ Breath/ Relaxation- suitable for all ages and fitness levels. If you

More workshop info coming soon, stay tuned

Inspiring Speakers

Surviving Ovarian Cancer – Madelyn Duckmanton & Ruth Cece

This presentation is aimed at educating women on the signs and symptoms of Ovarian Cancer. By knowing the signs and symptoms and advocating on their own behalf they will be more likely to seek a definitive diagnosis of their symptoms. It might just save their life. We are very keen

 Brigitte Muir OAM 

 Brigitte Leonce Suzanne Koch was born in Belgium in 1958. As a teenager, she discovered caving, rock climbing and mountaineering and never looked back. Brigitte graduated with honours in archaelology, history of art and musicology from the University of Liege, moved to Australia after she married Jon Robert Muir, changed

Liz Harfull 

Best-selling author Liz Harfull is passionate about telling the stories and unearthing the histories of the extraordinary everyday people who make up our communities, especially in rural and regional Australia. Liz grew up on a dairy farm near Mount Gambier, and has been earning a living writing in one form

7:30-8:15pm Surviving Ovarian Cancer: Madelyn Duckmanton & Ruth Cece from the  Letitia Links Research Foundation Inc
8:15-9pm The untold stories of Robe’s Pioneering Women: Liz Harfull


9-9:45am Lessons from Everest: Brigitte Muir OAM


10:45-11:45am MORE TO COME SOON
11:45-12:30pm Following Dreams and Reaching for the Sky: a flight around Australia’s coast in a light aircraft: Fran West

Registrations will Open on Monday 1st July @ 6pm