As we base our project on the value of respect, it is expected that in all dealings with each other, with the land, the plants and animals respect will used.

An important part of this is that visitors should not smoke cigarettes, use drugs, or drink alcohol, inside or outside of Peace Valley, during their entire stay. Only come to Peace Valley if you are 100% sure that you are able and willing to completely respect this. This guideline helps us remain fully aware of our behaviour at all times, and maintains our personal health, safety and security while showing respect for others and the land.

We eat mainly vegan. Vegetarian options will be available. No meat or fish is to be eaten here.

An attitude of gratitude and commitment to the earth is shared with visitors

Peace Valley is situated within the Bindarrabi community. Respect to community members is necessary, including respecting their privacy, their property and maintaining appropriate noise levels. 

For legal reasons medical insurance for overseas visitors and evidence of identity, either passport or drivers licence will be needed. A legal indemnity waiver will need to be signed on arrival following an induction to the project which includes health and safety, a look around the compound and introduction to the Bindarrabi Community members.

Be aware that we are based in the Australian bush, a wide range of wildlife live here including snakes and spiders. It is their home. They generally keep out of our way and with appropriate behaviour there is little likelihood of problems. A full induction will be given on arrival about all health and safety issues for both out in the bush and within the campsite.