Next Gathering SAVED Jan 2023

January 2023 Long Weekend Gathering – a SUMMER Celebration!

Sydney ConFesters gatherings are a living community of accepting people who gather together to celebrate life in nature and creativity, and to invent new ways of being in community that are healthy, safe, free and inclusive. Our gatherings are clothing-optional and respectful of personal choice. Come and celebrate with your tribe – SUMMER IS BACK!


12pm Thursday, January 26th 2023 until

3pm Sunday, January 29th 2023


The Outdoor Adventure Camps – Castle Mountain Site

Address: 256 Webbs Creek Rd, Webbs Creek NSW 2775

IMPORTANT: Set your GPS to accept Ferry Crossings otherwise you may be taken the long way around on unpaved backroads


  • Online ticket $150 (per adult)
  • $5 per child between 6 to 15 years old
  • $1 per child 5 years old or younger 
  • Gate ticket $165 per adult after 26th January 2023 (cash only
  • $50 for a day visitor - purchase online and come for any one day must leave site by 8pm  

REFUND Policy - Entry ticket refundable minus $10 admin fee if you can’t attend, provided we receive your request by 26th December 2022.  Refunds after this date cannot be provided due to site booking refund conditions.

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We are excited to introduce the uniquely powerful Self Transformation Workshop by Nadia Nauss. This optional event is strictly limited to the first 30 people that choose this option when booking Sydney Confesters. Yes, the Self Transformation Workshop by Nadia Nauss is a little outside the square with its provocative content, and costs extra. Feel free to just come for the traditional Sydney ConFesters offering as usual. But if you’re up for it, this Self Transformation Workshop by Nadia Nauss could change your life. Click for more details of the Self Transformation Workshop by Nadia Nauss (opens in a new browser window).


To make yummy, vegetarian lunch & dinner meals together for the community – we rely on you to bring food to donate to our kitchen, particularly fruit and vegetables.


  • A condition of your ticket is to donate 2 hours to volunteering
  • No discounts or free tickets for volunteering, even our hard-working committee pays for their ticket
  • Without kitchen volunteers – there can’t be communal meals, so please lend a hand!

It would be great if you could assist us with the pack-up on Sunday afternoon.


  • NO PUBLIC ACCESS, this is a private event on a private property – ticket holders only 
  • No Glass or Bottles (Site Owner hire condition except for kitchen/meals)
  • This is an ALCOHOL & DRUG FREE EVENT – Be high on life, we want to meet the real you!
  • No pets permitted  
  • No nuts (Children with severe allergic reaction camp at this site) 
  • No individual camp fires – use fire pit only 
  • DO NOT access site’s buildings or outdoor adventure activity equipment 
  • Take your rubbish & kitchen surplus home with you  
  • If you get COVID symptoms and/or test positive you must leave immediately to keep the community safe 
  • No cars to move across site after dark, to keep everyone safe, especially children  
  • If you go outside our gathering mapped area e.g bushwalking / swimming etc. you do so at your own risk
  • Be completely packed up and leave the site before 3pm on Sunday 29th January 2023 
  • Abide by our Code Of Conduct and Waiver. These documents will also be sent in a Welcome Email and available at the Front Gate.


  1. Camping/sleeping gear, torch, chair, water bottle,
  2. Food for communal kitchen & meals e.g. Vegetables, Fruit mostly needed.
  3. Your own breakfast (no communal facilities) plus snacks and whatever else you want to eat or drink,
  4. Plate/Bowl, Cup & Cutlery,
  5. Hat and Sunscreen,
  6. Insect Repellent,
  7. Positive expectation of connecting with others in a welcoming community

Thinking of running a workshop?

Post it on Facebook – it is a lovely, intimate way to share your knowledge and skills. Bring musical instruments – most nights we have drumming/music circle. 

As a community we all participate in making them happen as we each offer a valuable and unique contribution towards the end result. Sydney ConFesters gatherings are about freedom of expression, responsibility and self-respect.

Although the organisers are endeavouring to make the environment as safe as practical, the bottom line is that everyone needs to take full responsibility for their own health and take their own precautions at all times to keep themselves safe


Sydney Confesters is committed to LEAVING NO TRACE – please bring rubbish bags to remove your own rubbish, and help dispose of non-composable community garbage at the end of the gathering.

If you have questions please contact us on our email at

Look forward to seeing you there and thank you for your participation in making this a fantastic gathering 😀


Make sure your GPS navigation software includes Ferry Crossings!

  • At the bottom of hill just as you enter Wiseman’s Ferry (before hotel) – TURN LEFT to Webbs Creek Car Ferry (runs 24/7 free).
  • After crossing the Hawkesbury River drive 100m. Take FIRST LEFT past signpost The Outdoor Adventure Company.
  • Drive 200m to an intersection – take RIGHT side onto dirt road – this is Webbs Creek Road.
  • Drive another 3km and you will see the Castle Mountain Log Entrance.
  • 500m further on you cross a suspension bridge and the Castle Mountain campsite is another 400m from there – WELCOME HOME SYDNEY CONFESTERS.