The Second Naked Man Weekender will take place over 4 days and 4 nights on a beautiful secluded private camp ground on a small river just 90 mins drive from Sydney CBD, near Wisemans Ferry in the Hawkesbury.
This is a male nude camping weekend, action packed full of all sorts of events and activities, ranging from fun and silly to erotic and life changing. By discarding our clothes, we become equal, free of judgement and will enjoy a new sense of freedom.
The weekend is taking place at an idyllic and secluded spot on the Hawkesbury River, an easy 90 minute drive from Sydney CBD. Camp on flat, grassed areas beside shady trees and swim in the sandy freshwater tidal Webbs Creek.
You can bring your own tent, bedding, food and drink or there are tent pick up / Glamping options available .
The event will run from 12pm Thursday 9th February to 10am Monday 13th February 2016. This year events will start on Thursday evening. The longer you can stay the better, but you can arrive and leave when you want (between 8am and 10pm) within those dates.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Naked Man Weekender is a relaxed and friendly long weekend where all men are welcome, no matter your age or sexuality. Come along with friends, or alone; everyone will be made to feel welcome. We create a safe, warm and respectful environment where you can be nude in the company of other men.
Over four days there will be exciting activities, workshops and events, all provided free by volunteers as part of the general admission price. Take part in as many or as few activities as you like, or just relax under a tree or swim in the clear waters of Webbs Creek.
100 men came to our inaugural event in 2016. In 2017 we will be limiting numbers to about 150 to keep the same intimate feel. We will also have more toilets and showers this year.
PLANNED FREE EVENTS AND WORKSHOPS FOR 2017 INCLUDE
- Morning and evening Meditation
- Morning and evening Naked Yoga
- Bush walks
- Exploring Kink
- Shibari Japanese Rope tying
- The Tools of Tantra
- Tribal erotic trance dance
- Cock and heart meditation
- Erotic 3 circles ritual
- Erotic massage classes
- Open heart circle
- Body painting
- The famous queer olympics
There will be a music and film every evening.
We are looking for some volunteers who can help us over the four day period. In return you will get free admission. This will require 4 hours of help each day AND help with EITHER the set up on Wednesday 8TH Feb OR the pack up on Monday 13th. Please contact us.
You can bring your tent, bedding, torch, food and drink (including water), cooking and eating equipment (although some is provided). Alternatively also Tent Pick up and Glamping Options are also available – see the Ticketing Page for full details.
No Food for sale is available but there are shops, cafes, ATM, Bottle Shop, small supermarket, servo, payphone and mobile reception (Telstra and Optus) at Wisemans Ferry, 5 km away. The nearest big supermarket is Woolworths at Glenorie on the way from Sydney, about 40 mins drive away. More information on the ticketing page.
As well as all the events and workshops, we provide the following:
- Cool Room
- Ice runs / Ice for purchase
- Kitchen with some equipment to share, cooking and BBQ facilities
- Private indoor and communal outdoor hot showers
- Marquees with tables, chairs music and entertainment
There is limited space for about 8 camper vans.
Limited parking is available.
See FAQs for transport and car sharing options.
ABOUT THE PROPERTY
Jacqui and Profth founded the campsite 1991, creating a space for people with an interest in alternative lifestyles. Over the years they haves hosted many small alternative lifestyle festivals, where people come for three or four days camping and community. Building on this idea the camps site is perfect for our Naked Men’s Gathering.
The camp site covers 40 acres of hillside and river flats and is bounded by national parks. There are many interesting bush walks in the area. A three-kilometre walk along the ridge takes you to ancient Aboriginal rock carvings. The local area also has many historical remains of the early settlers.
There is an abundance of native Australian wildlife, including gliders, goannas, wombats, possums, kangaroos and many varieties of brightly coloured birds. For this reason no pets are allowed.
Full Price tickets for the full four days will be $220. First release Tickets are avaialable for $200 from 18 November 2016.
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Coming from Sydney or Interstate and want to reduce your footprint, share petrol and meet fellow campers?
Please go the ride sharing page to offer or request a ride, its a great and fun way to help people who don’t have transport.
Ridevu is a fee-free ridesharing service. Seeking to connect event-goers who wish to car-pool to and from events with others of a like mind – in doing so sharing resources to the benefit of our environment, their hip pocket, and meeting great people all at the same time.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
See frequently asked questions for more information.