Wild Beings

Clay has bloodlines connected to Gamilaroi & Wiradjuri lands and is a proud sharer of his Cultural knowledge. Having spent the last decade learning Culture and Lore from various uncles and aunties across the country, He has been given culture and lore to hold on to and share by the Ngiyampaa people of barkinji country. He is a cultural educator working with local Aboriginal group Girra Girra teaching story, song, skills and dance in schools and throughout the community. Clay frequently goes on week long immersions into the bush to connect with country and the old stories of the land, bringing forth an embodiment of the wild.
Wild Beings runs programmes and workshops sharing skills and practises that educate and connect people towards local ecological land-based knowledge.
Focusing on Ancestral Living Skills, Bushcraft and Nature Connection, our core mission is to empower people with land-based skills and create a deeper connection to nature.
We are a group of dedicated Rewilders that see the value of reconnecting people with their wild roots and giving them the skills to live more self sufficiently with the land.