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Growing Goddess Community


Merry Meet.

Gaia's Garden is dedicated to growing Goddess community, through a deeper connection with the Divine Feminine. The garden of ideas, and the flourishing of the spirit are the domains of Goddess, just as much as the natural world.

Gaia’s Garden is both a sacred space, for ceremonial and ritual work, and an evolving community of women who are journeying with the Goddess.

We offer devotional and self-exploratory events, including sabbat rituals, workshops and study circles, readings, and more.

Our current location in Northcote, Victoria, is available for hire by small groups and individuals. Gaia’s Garden also provides a B&B for women travelers who want a quiet space to recharge and connect with their sacred journey.

Blessed Be, and welcome.

Venue: Apartment 2C, 168 Victoria Rd, Northcote. Visit by arrangement Ph: Jenny 0408 438 194


Sunday 19th March at Gaia's Garden

Mabon in the Southern Hemisphere or Iuk (Eel) Season in the SE corner of Australia
Join us for the Celebration of Abundance, second harvest, and the balance of Equinox.


11C 168 Victoria Rd Northcote
PH: 0407336373

2:00 pm Knowing Goddess discussion on Abundance of the Harvest and what that means in our lives.

6:00 pm Mabon ritual followed by a shared meal. Bring a plate to contribute to the abundance!

(At the gate press 3011 and the bell symbol and the gate will be released. Walk straight ahead to find !!C - last on the right. We’ll come out to welcome you.)


Gaia's Garden respectfully acknowledges the traditional custodians of this land, the Wurundjeri people past and present of the Kulin Nation. We also pay respect to all Aboriginal Community Elders and people, past and present who have held this land sacred and cared for it over generations.


Come, Journey with us

website mission statement:
This website is designed to provide information about the work that we are doing and connect with women who are interested in the Divine Feminine and Goddess worship. We do this by posting papers and workshop materials as they are developed, offer resources for those interested in setting up Study Circles and provide a site for exchange and discussion.