Counselling and mindfulness garden.
We acknowledge we are privileged to stand and live on the spiritual land of the Ngadjuri nation, and acknowledge and show our respect of elders past and present. We encourage all visitors to our area to treat this country with the reverence due to the spiritual being who nurtures spirit, soul, and body.
Why visit Hallett?
The beautiful backdrop of the Razorback ranges, and mystical Mount Bryan, site of an Indigenous massacre and home to Australia's most significant gum tree, the 4,000 year old Eucapyptus Globulus, spp bicostata.
Bird life: There are the character-filled apostle birds who make pets of Hallett residents, plus pink robins, plains wanderers, butcher birds, painted falcons, to name a few in our range of ecosystems an easy drive away, enrolee to gold fields, and the historic Wilkins cottage.
Hallett Store, now a local coffee and craft shop with its fantastic display of local craft and produce.
Our Hallett Olde School Home, a magnificent bluestone 1890's school which was the former Hallett Primary School, home to four ghosts, and is set in a garden based on biodynamic practice and medicinal herbs. Some herbs are for sale, or you can walk the labyrinth.
Felicity (BPsychSc(Hons); GradDipNeuroscience & Psychology of Mental Health (King's College London); Dip Counselling
Counselling available: Child and Adolescent development, mindfulness-based CBT for all, grief and loss.