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Vortex Healing Centre

picture of sunlight streaming onto the grass labyrinth
Our meditation "room" with Quan Yin
Pink Waratah Australian Healing plants
Black and white image of mist behind stark trees
woman sitting under a copper pyramid looking out to the sea
landscape view of rural paddocks overlooking the Tasman Sea
Beach scene with man barefoot and 2 dogs playing in the sand
Sunrise image of mtn St Paddys Head
Group photo around campfire
Women chatting around campfire
The Vortex Healing Centre Inc is a meditation and retreat centre designed to awaken the pure potentiality of your life. A grass labyrinth based on the 12th Century Chartres Cathedral design is accessible to children and adults. Using meditation and a wide range of healing techniques as well as allowing the native Australian plants and an amazing vortex of energies to calm, heal and enlighten. A peaceful garden full of native Tasmanian and New South Wales Waratah and three beautiful ponds create a wonderful feel to the site. A supercharged energetic space. 17 acres of rare temperate rain forest on the eastern slopes of Mount Elephant Pass, overlooks the Chain of Lagoons Beach on the East Coast. Spiritually minded people who could like to create deep connections both with themselves and others thrive there. Unplug, unwind and relax in this amazingly pristine environment. Within easy reach of facilities at St Marys and the popular seaside town of Bicheno via the scenic Elephant Pass, this secluded rain forest enclave is 2.15 km down Dalmayne Road weaving its way through dense man ferns and eucalypts, offering glimpses of the ocean below. Amazing native and NSW waratahs complete the garden with views.

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Lawn / Gardens

Picnic Area

Actively welcomes people with access needs.


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