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NOV 8-10th 2019

Music : Art : Community

EarthArtBeat Festival is a special biennial event,

presented by Earthheart Foundation at Moora Moora Community in the Yarra Valley, VIC.

Its a non-for-profit, off grid, solar powered, family friendly, camp out!

EarthArtbeat is a celebratory, transformational and healing event,

intended to connect people and place,

whilst deepening the soul of community



Be soul-shaken by a world of music & rhythm

Be inspired by visionary art, sculpture & multimedia

Learn new skills for your future

Delicious Ethical Food and Drinks Available

Inspiring speakers on a range of topics

Dance, Movement, Performance & Roving artists

Awesome & Amazing Kids Activities!

Tours of the largest solar training centre in the southern hemisphere.

What to bring, directions etc

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EarthArtBeat Festival

is in support of community development and social change for the way we live on this planet.

Come and experience 3 days of camping at Moora Moora Intentional Community on the summit of stunning Mt Toolebewong, in the Yarra Valley VIC.

EarthArtBeat Festival is created by the Earthheart Foundation, a Not for Profit foundation made up of members of Moora Moora Co-operative, with the intention of promoting earth friendly living and social cohesion.

EarthArtBeat Festival promotes living together on Community and opens the doors for the wider community to experience this beautiful environment.

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EarthArtBeat appreciate that this festival is held on the traditional lands of the Wurundjeri people.  We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.  We acknowledge the pain endured by our indigenous families and strive for a healing future.

Supported by Yarra Ranges Council

Profits from this festival will support several Not for Profit groups:

Earth- we are choosing to support Upper Yarra Wildlife Rescue

Art- We will support Community Pottery Studio Yarra Valley

Beat- the beat of the sun! We will support Healesville CORE - renewable energies

% of ticket profits will support Indigenous Scholarships via Humanitix

First Nations Community

EarthArtBeat appreciate that this festival is held on the traditional lands of the Wurundjeri people.  We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.  We acknowledge the pain endured by our indigenous families and strive for a healing future.

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Wurundjeri Elder: Aunty Kim Wandin

We are very humbled and grateful to have Aunty Kim Wandin 'Welcoming' us to country.
Aunty Kim Wandin is a respected Wurundjeri Elder, graceful and heartfelt.
Moora Moora Cooperative Community and EarthArtBeat Festival is held on Wurundjeri land, very close to the border of Correnderrk land.  It is a privilage to be welcomed onto Wurundjeri land and we promise to respect the land, the animals, the water, the air and the spirit of the place.
Nikki Hicsa

Nikki Madgwick

Nikki is a young proud Worimi-Biripi from coastal NSW woman who works and lives on Wurundjeri Country.
As a child Nikki’s mother, a member of Stolen Generations, would read poems to her in lieu of bed time stories – this is where Nikki’s passion for poetry began. While her English skills where behind in School, Nikki continued to write her poems as a form of therapeutic release. After discovering a passion for reading as a teen, Nikki’s literacy improved and with the support of some of her teachers, Nikki decided to major in Literature at ACU.
She has been performing poetry to audiences at Spoken Word nights since October 2016 – this is where she developed her public speaking skills which has led to many professional opportunities since.
Nikki describes her writing as raw and honest. Her dream is to become published poet and author, as well as an Indigenous rights activist.
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We welcome radical inclusion and respect for all walks of life. We acknowledge that it is an honour to be a human on this planet. To share and care is the ultimate expression of love for all. We support community development and authentic connections within this sacred community space.


Take ALL of your rubbish home. Be vigilant with any
M.O.O.P (matter out of place) & help us all have a clean festival site.

All rubbish is the responsibility of the people. Please HELP US CLEAN UP THE GROUNDS, TO RESTORE ALL AS PRISTINE. 

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Festival Arts program curated & brought to you by;


{Vision. Create. Pollinate}

Innovating, Procuring and Curating Visionary Arts & Culture events that contribute towards personal, community and planetary activism.

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WE are donating a percentage of EarthArtBeat Festival profits towards The Upper Yarra Wildlife Rescue Network;

Who are a volunteer run organisation that rescues and rehabilitates sick, injured and orphaned wildlife in the Upper Yarra region. Our volunteers work in partnership with a variety local organisations and the community to support our most vulnerable wildlife.


EarthArtBeat Festival are extremely grateful to Yarra Ranges Council for supporting our festival via their festivals grants.