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Walk As One at One: World Labyrinth Day 2019

Thursday 02nd May, 2019


Where to Walk on World Labyrinth Day


As I mentioned in a previous post, I typically head down to the labyrinth at McClelland Gallery for World Labyrinth Day.

The walk there is facilitated by a good friend, and it is one of my favourite labyrinths!

If you are local – perhaps I will see you there. 🙂


The Labyrinth Society has a list of events for World Labyrinth Day.

However, one of the people I met at the Australian Labyrinth Network Annual Gathering has been sharing information on events locally.

That’s the wonderful Lorraine Dean Rodda, and she has been sharing events on the ALN facebook page.

So I have combined those two sources to compile a list of events for World Labyrinth Day 2019 below.

If you can’t walk, you can down load some finger labyrinths.

There’s even a labyrinth app.

You can use the labyrinth locator to find a labyrinth close to you – even if there isn’t an organized walk, you might be surprised at what you find!

If you are interested in the history of World Labyrinth Day – click HERE

This year is the 20th Anniversary of World Labyrinth Day.

The intention of World Labyrinth Day is to bring people from all over the planet together in celebration of labyrinths as a symbol, tool, passion, or practice.

World Labyrinth Day is an opportunity to inform and educate the public, host walks, build permanent and temporary labyrinths, make labyrinth art, or explore the archetype in other ways.

Participants are encouraged to“Walk as One at 1” in the afternoon to create a wave of peaceful energy around our planet as it turns in space.


“Walking for Peace in the World – Walking for Peace Within.”


I think we could all do with a bit more of that, don’t you?

Feel free to check out my other blog posts around labyrinths:


EVENTS World Labyrinth Day 2019


St Margarets Anglican Church

79-81 Pitt Street
Eltham Victoria 3095

Labyrinth is a Chartres design located behind the church – enter along path leading towards Dendy House then follow path leading towards garden area and beyond is the labyrinth.

Walk from 9:00 to 10:30 am.


Queenscliff Point Lonsdale Uniting Church

Sacred Edge Festival

Things of Spirit (Kialla) 

From 12:30-16:00

36 Furphy Ave, Kialla VIC 3631



St Brendan’s Catholic School

40 Golf Links Road Lakes Entrance Victoria 3909.

Tel: (03) 5155 2712. Fax: (03) 5155 4565

Meet at 12:45 pm to be ready to walk as ONE at 1 pm for World Peace.


Euroa Secondary College Labyrinth

Enter Secondary College through Bury Street (look for the sign)

10:30am Qigong Shibasi with Frank Pierce
10minute meditation, Labyrinth Walk & Reflection
12:00 pm A brief introduction to the Labyrinth and discussion.

1:00pm Walk for peace, in peace.
Walk for peace, time to reflect as a group
(participation optional)


St Faith’s Church

4 Charles Street
Glen Iris, Victoria 3146

Sunday 5th May (3:00 to 5:00pm)

*Please contact the church to attend this event.

Peace and joy will be found under the spreading oak tree which shelters the beautiful labyrinth at St Faith’s Church. We have extended World Labyrinth Day will be the day on which you can walk our labyrinth, guided by renowned Celtic harpist and spiritual leader Cath Connelly.

Explore the world of labyrinths and lose yourself in the sounds of Cath’s divine music.

Complete your afternoon of transformation by sharing light refreshments with your fellow labyrinth walkers.


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