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Australia's First Storytellers

Australia's First Storytellers

Indigenous Australians are the land’s first storytellers. This collection of events examines and discusses Indigenous perspectives of writing, ideating, and storytelling.

Benjamin Law's Survival Series

Benjamin Law's Survival Series

Curated by Benjamin Law, this series of events examines what survival means to different people, and how we can move forwards from survival events.

2021 Special Events

2021 Special Events

The BWF Special Events are a series of incredible and unique experiences - from high tea to meditation, film screening to poetry showcase, and more.

Weird & Wonderful

Weird & Wonderful

These events explore the dark, the unusual, the whimsical, and the surprising. New voices and unexpected moments.

Mirror, Mirror

Mirror, Mirror

These events hold a mirror up to ourselves. What we see might not be pleasing, but it is always powerful. A mixture of fiction and memoir, these sessions discuss personal and family histories.

Kick-ass Women

Kick-ass Women

These sessions discuss and dissect experiences of women’s strength and power through storytelling.

Parents & Their Children

Parents & Their Children

These sessions place family ties under the microscope, teasing apart what makes a family work (or not!)

The Land and Us

The Land and Us

Our relationship to the land and Earth is growing ever-more strained. These sessions look at how we connect with the natural world and how we find our place within it.

Free events

Free events

See some incredible speakers, writers, thinkers, and dreamers in these free events. Ticket registrations are essential for free events.