When

October 30, 2022
10am - 1pm

Contact

Kirsten and Jude at ACF Darebin

Where

CERES Community Environment Park
Corner of Roberts and Stewart Streets
Brunswick East, VIC 3057
Australia
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When

October 30, 2022
10am - 1pm

Contact

Kirsten and Jude at ACF Darebin

Where

CERES Community Environment Park
Corner of Roberts and Stewart Streets
Brunswick East, VIC 3057
Australia
See Google map »

Learn about Earth’s 4.6 billion years of history through a time walk along the beautiful Merri Creek.

Deep Time Walk is a transformative journey through 4.6 billion years of Earth history via a 4.6km guided walk. It is an invitation to view the world differently, encouraging positive action and advocacy for a regenerative Earth.

This leisurely walk starting and ending at CERES and taking a loop alongside Merri Creek, represents the 4.6 billion years of Earth’s history. Distance is a powerful tool to help us understand vast time scales, and along the walk we stop to discuss key moments in the development of our planet. A Deep Time Walk is storytelling through walking. It is a learning journey through our body, mind and soul, and a beautiful way to tell the story of life.

Part history lesson, part mindfulness session this walk is all about stepping out of our lives and seeing the biggest picture.

Booking details:
This is a ticketed tour, costing $20 standard and $15 concession

To reserve your place on this small group event, RSVP now by signing up on this page and buy your ticket here 

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Our guide Tammy has a background in Health Psychology and believes that a strong emotional connection with the natural world is good for personal wellbeing whilst also promoting climate awareness and action. Tammy hopes Deep Time Walks will renew individuals’ emotional connection with Earth and motivate them to take a more active role in confronting the climate crisis.

Tammy's website is www.stepthroughtime.com.au
For more information about the Deep Time Walk project which began at the Schumacher College in Devon, UK visit www.deeptimewalk.org


If you or guests have any accessibility needs we should be aware of, please let us know as soon as possible so we can get in touch. And if cost is a barrier to participating, don't hesitate to reach out.