Rewilding Skillshares - Hosted monthly by ReNourish ReWild and Wollemi Common

Monthly Rewilding Skillshares

Hosted by ReNourish ReWild and Wollemi Common

In the rugged Blue Mountains 1.5 hours north west from Sydney, on the fourth Sunday of each month, you can join Ei and the rewilding community of Sydney for the ReWilding Skillshare at Colo.

Each time we get together and practice rewilding and bushcraft skills in the beautiful surrounds of Wollemi Common.

Come join us for the day to practice and share in community with other passionate explorers, creators and all round lovely people.

This month's skillshare: Sunday 24th September @ Wollemi Common,
10:30 am to 4:00 pm.

Monthly Rewilding Skillshares - Hosted by ReNourish ReWild and Wollemi Common
Image: A collection of fireboards and other gear used for making friction fire.


Wollemi Common, Putty Road, Colo, NSW. Link to PDF map.


  • 10:30am Arrive and cuppas
  • 11:00am Rewilding intro + demo for newbies (optional) or skills practice for others
  • 1:00pm Pot luck lunch
  • 2:00pm – 4:00pm Skills practice


It’s totally up to you what you focus on and spend time doing, whether it’s forming a group to explore a particular skill or demonstrating a new technqiue that you’ve discovered. This is an opportunity to share and practice in tribe.

Skills may or may not include fire by friction, foraging, tanning, bone-carving, tree-climbing and much more. Purely dependent on the energy and direction of the group.

Bring as much or as little gear as you’d like to use or show off as well as some food to share for lunch.

Some suggestions of items to bring might include your fire kits, unfinished baskets, field guides, binoculars, plant samples for identification, knife or other carving tools.

Further Information

Monthly Rewilding Skillshares - Hosted by ReNourish ReWild and Wollemi CommonIf you are travelling from far away you might like to book accommodation (at very reasonable rates) please see the following links for further information.


$5 per person per day to Wollemi Common, plus optional pay as you feel donation to ReNourish ReWild.

The ReWilding Skillshares are family / kid friendly and all ages are welcome.

This skillshare: Sunday 24th September @ Wollemi Common.
Next skillshare: Sunday 22th October @ Wollemi Common.
Next skillshare: Sunday 26th November @ Wollemi Common.
(Usually the fourth Sunday of each month)

About ReNourish ReWild

ReNourish ReWild offer incredible nourishing culinary retreat experiences and nature connection workshops.  Select from an exciting range of workshop options including fire-by-friction, traditional leather tanning, wild food foraging and natural fibres.

For us, Mumma Nature is the ultimate teacher and guide.  Showing what heights of the human experience is possible when we are receptive to her offerings.  Spending time in the bush, getting to know her plants and our feathered and furry neighbours; we learn as much about ourselves as we do the land.

If you are seeking a deeper connection, something beyond the everyday, come to one of our workshops or express interest in programs for your area.  We currently deliver programs from the South Coast to the Hunter Region of NSW.

Feel held in nature's arms, be supported to find your soul's desire, all things are possible when we allow ourselves the courage to look.

See more on the ReNourish ReWild website

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