5. Sacred Parks of Australia

Mount Lindesay, Queensland/New South Wales

This page, and the links below, describe a gradual journey through Australia’s national parks and other natural areas.

I wish to highlight these unique places as being much more than governmentally run “national” parks – rather, more as sacred parks belonging to humanity at large.


They are not just for our recreation, nor only for this generation; they are sacred pilgrimage places for human hearts, past, present, and future.

The sacred parks of Australia are for everyone, and while they exist for our enjoyment, may they also elicit our sacred responsibility in caring for the world and supporting its living, contemplative, and universal processes.

Peruse the following blog posts, and join us in manifesting Australia’s national parks into truly sacred parks that all of Australia’s people protect and care for, just as if we are caring for our own families – because they are family.

The Australian national parks system is among the best in the world. It is an excellent organization for managing the many and varied environments within its charter of responsibility. Like zoos and other parks, however, the national parks system must continue maturing in its outlook and services to the natural world, and to humanity’s integral place within the natural world.

Australia’s Sacred Parks – the journey begins:

1. Queen Mary Falls – QLD

2. Iluka Nature Reserve – N.S.W

3. Minyon Falls – N.S.W

4. Cunningham’s Gap – QLD

… more to follow… please check back…

If you feel moved to support this Australia-wide “Walkabout”, you may CONTRIBUTE via PAYPAL @ stucamels@gmail.com

I will always reply and respond with a big “thank you” 🙂 and regular updates. Be sure to subscribe and follow my travels, “sacred parks” blogs, general articles and videos!

Honoring the sacred in All Life.