Situated in beautiful bushland just 35 minutes drive from Brisbane CBD, Kupidabin Wilderness is a place of peace and harmony dedicated to preserving the cultures and traditions of indigenous cultures, traditions and ceremonies from Australia and around the world.

Located among the foothills of Mount Samson, Kupidabin Wilderness is 10 acres of sacred ground, including ceremonial sites, grounds and amenities, and a beautiful Cultural Centre featuring a gallery full of sacred artifacts and artworks.

Fees and donations received by Kupidabin Wilderness go towards upkeep of the grounds and facilities, with surplus funds being donated to Moreton Bay Region community organisations in need.

People of Kupidabin

  • Kumu Pa

    Kumu Pa’a Kawika Foster.      Kumu Pa’a Kawika Foster is a traditional practitioner of Hawaiian culture and traditions. He was accepted as a student of Kumu Paa Lawrence Aki in 2007. Since his acceptance Kumu Pa’a Kawika Foster learned the cultural practices of his Hawaiian heritage. He learned in a traditional manner. Once initiated into the lineage he lived with his teacher in Halawa Valley Molokai. His trainings where conducted in an oral basis. Stories, chants and dance where taught through listening, observing, and repeated till mastery. As of 2010 he has been travelling internationally sharing the knowledge and…

  • Steve

    Steve McKenzie - Grounds Caretaker & Workshop Facilitator.      Steve (Soulpaths Founder) is a trained Vision Quest facilitator and Vision Quest protector trainer (Stalking Wolf lineage, New Jersey).  He is a Family Constellations facilitator (Margarete Keonning) and provides group workshops as well as one-one constellation work. He is an Ontological Coach (Newfield Institute) and provides one-to-one coaching, soul-path guidance, as well as corporate workshops. Steve holds space regularly for Sacred Ancestor Circles at a variety of gatherings and venues including his base at Kupidabin Wilderness near Samford (Qld).  Steve understands the relevance and place for ceremony and ritual, connection…

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