We provide almost everything you will need to be safe, comfortable, well-fed and free to experience the richness of the desert experience.

What is provided?

  • Swag with inbuilt mattress (or you are free to bring your own swag or tent)
  • Spade, toilet paper, hand disinfectant, portable toilet seat
  • Dishwashing gear
  • Tables for cooking and serving
  • Three delicious meals per day
  • Juice, coffee, tea, water, wine
  • Campfire cooking equipment— camp ovens, bbq plate, billys, pots, safety mitts
  • Gas stove
  • Dishes, cups, mugs and cutlery
  • GPS navigators, emergency beacons, satellite phone, spot-tracker to allow family and friends to track our location in real time
  • Vehicle tool kit, repair and recovery gear
  • 4WD vehicles
  • Inter-vehicle UHF radios and hand-held devices
  • Maps, permits and passes for each vehicle
  • Refrigerators and food storage
  • Camp chairs and other group camping gear
  • Insect repellent
  • A small library of outdoor/spirituality books

What Should each participant bring?

(please limit your personal gear to one sturdy, flexible, dust-proof carry-on size bag - this space limit does not include your swag/tent if you choose to bring your own)
  • Your own swag or tent if you prefer not to use ours
  • Sleeping bag, preferably down, rated at least to minus 5 degrees
  • Small camping pillow
  • Personal medicines and toiletries
  • A small towel
  • Water bottle
  • Clothing which can be layered to accommodate changing temperatures (please avoid cotton as it holds moisture and wicks away body heat). Plan on a maximum of two changes.
  • A warm beanie and gloves
  • Sturdy enclosed footwear
  • Head torch
  • Hat, sunscreen, sunglasses
  • Personal first aid supplies
  • A few plastic bags for rubbish and damp gear
  • Skin moisturizer and lip balm
  • Camera, sketchpad, art supplies, journal, or other things to help you reflect and express yourself
  • A book for personal use or to make available to others
  • Cash—a small amount only
  • Downloaded music which is significant to you to share with others in your vehicle
  • Snacks—to share with others or just for you

What should I leave at home?

  • Personal electronics which could distance you from the immediate experience of the land and other people
  • Glass containers
  • Recreational drugs and illegal substances