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Guess who's back?! Wellah Women Online Retreat 2.0!

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 back the Online Wellah Women Retreat 2.0! 

Calling all Aboriginal Women across the country!

Missed out on Wellah Women last time? Not to fear! We are here to get you through Lockdown 2.0!

We are back with more Zoom sessions! More breakout rooms! More Kahoots! More episodes! And more Clothing The Gap prizes!

Brace yourself for eight weeks of connecting with Aboriginal women through the screen! We have eight awesome weeks planned featuring inspiring female Aboriginal guest speakers!

In the Wellah Women Online Retreat you will have the opportunity to:

- Connect with other Aboriginal Women online

-Combat isolation

-Share 'Wellah Moments' with other Aboriginal Women

-Hear from inspiring Aboriginal Women in the Community

-Test your competitive side and general knowledge through interactive games

-Get your hands on some Clothing The Gap prizes

- Gain a free entry into Clothing The Gap's 'Connect to Country' Virtual Run/Walk happening in November 2020

Each registration includes a Wellah Women Notebook, Buff and Sticker!

So what are you waiting for?

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

Get your Wellah Women Online Pass by clicking here

If you have any questions, please contact Lena Charles at

Want to know more about past Wellah Women programs? Click here

Wellah Walks 2020

With support from Our Spirit Adventures, Spark Health is excited to bring 'Wellah Walks', 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. In December they will embark on a 8 day journey on the Great South West Walk exploring beautiful Gunditjimara country.

The Wellah Walks 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 history and culture of Gunditjimara people


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