Voices of Sacred Earth Festival 24 – 26 March 2017

Our Annual International Voices of Sacred Earth Festival, located on Kawai Purapura’s beautiful 19-acre native bush on the outskirts of Auckland, provides a powerful hub for connection and immersion in the ancient and modern wisdom from many cultures.

Maori man with face tattos

To learn more about the festival, presenters, workshops and news please visit the Voices of Sacred Earth festival website. Or contact us directly!

Kira - Maori Oracle

Indigenous cultures throughout the world have maintained a reciprocal relationship with the Earth, have protected the sacred sites and are wisdom keepers for the modern world.

They are now sharing that wisdom with many people in preparation for a new planetary era; an era where modern understanding and ancestral wisdom are to create a thriving world for the entire Earth Community.

Voices of Sacred Earth festival brings together hundreds of people for a weekend of seminars, transformational workshops and performances focusing on indigenous cultures, Earth wisdom sacred ceremony, well-being and social change.

Bilawara Lee at Kawai Purapura festival


The Festival will be focused on indigenous cultures, environmental awareness, natural health, spiritual development and social responsibility.
Sika - Music Performance with Digeridoo

Music & Concerts

There will be lively musical performances on Friday and Saturday night as well as music performances and workshops throughout the weekend.
Chewy - Teaching Drumming to Kids at Voices of Sacred Earth Festival

Family Fun

The Festival is also a family fun weekend with areas dedicated to activities for children designed to create a memorable experience for all the kids who come.

We would love to co-create with you in this beautiful uplifting festival, and we are looking forward to having you here with us!

Come and learn with us how to make a tangible difference in our personal lives and larger communities with insights and practical solutions for personal and social improvements.

We hope you can join us for our annual gathering of indigenous wisdom keepers, visionaries, environmentalists, elders, healers, caretakers and guardians of sacred teachings.

For more information about the festival, the presenters, workshop program and recent updates please visit the Voices of Sacred Earth festival website.