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Wellah Women Online Retreat!

Life is pretty up in the air at the moment with the situation surrounding COVID-19. With the importance of social distancing, self isolation and lockdowns around the country at this time, we want to create a space for us mob to stay connected. So we will be bringing you the Online Wellah Women Retreat! 
We are brushing up on our TV acting skills and bringing you eight weekly episodes featuring our very own Spark Health fam and other guest speakers. We will also be hanging out live online once a week with you mob with some fun activities and to have a yarn and catch up with one another.
So get ready to grow your attitude for gratitude and connect with other deadly Aboriginal women across the land.
Lock in Wednesday nights from Aprill 22nd with us!
And get ready to take on Wellah Women, an online health and happiness project just for YOU!
Wellah Women is calling for Aboriginal Women from all over.

Spread the word! tell your Mum, Aunties, Sisters and Cousins! 

If you have always wanted to hang out at our Wellah Women program, but couldn't make it - now's the time. Don't get Wellah Women FOMO.

Don't let staying at home stop you from hanging out with the mob. We are here to cheer you on!

Excited? You can register to secure your place by following this link:

To find out more about Wellah Women and past programs click here

If you have any questions, please contact Lena Charles at


With support from Our Spirit Adventures, Spark Health is excited to bring 'Wellah Walks to Kokoda', a health and wellbeing program that will build and inspire positive Aboriginal youth role models in the Western suburbs of Melbourne.

 In 2020 we are working with a group of Aboriginal females aged between 16-19 who have become part of our 'Wellah Walks' program.

The Wellah Women will have the opportunity to:

-  Increase resilience and improve their health and well-being
- Grow leadership attributes
- Improve cultural knowledge and strengthen identity
- Learn about the roles Aboriginal soldiers have played on the Kokoda trail


For more information and to meet the girls, go to the Wellah Walks to Kokoda page



What is a Wellah Weekend?
The EJ Whitten Foundation partnered with Spark Health to create this brand new event for Aboriginal Men, and we had the most incredible Wellah Weekend together in 2019 and now we're back!

A Wellah Weekend is the most fun you will ever have shaking up your lifestyle!

Wellah Weekend coordinates some of the best facilitators in Aboriginal Health and Well-being from around the state to create an action packed agenda to fuel the mind, body and spirit. 

The March 2020 Wellah Weekend features Lowell Hunter (Wayapa Wurruker), Daniel Bolger, Luke Daley and Steve Parker (and heaps more!) specialist workshops throughout the camp.

Wellah Weekend March 2020 Key Information:
  • Friday 20th March (5pm) to Sunday 22nd March (3pm)
  • Lady Northcote YMCA, Glenmore, Victoria, 1273 Glenmore Rd, Glenmore VIC 3340
  • All meals, and activities are supplied at Wellah Weekend. Please bring a blanket.
  • Wellah Weekend is a drug and alcohol free event.
  • Don't be worried about your fitness! It doesn't matter if you're just starting out or running marathons - Wellah has got you covered! 

See more information on the Wellah Weekend page by clicking here