Peace for people
Ivory’s Rock Foundation was established in 2010 in support of a distinctive message that peace is within reach for every human being.
This message is made available by Prem Rawat who travels the world speaking of a peace that is, quite simply, for people. In almost every corner of the world, millions have heard this and benefited.
Ivory’s Rock Foundation engages in various peace projects around Australia including live events with Prem Rawat. It also offers a facility for these activities at Ivory’s Rock near Peak Crossing in Queensland.
September 2017 Amaroo Event
We are delighted to announce that Prem Rawat will be speaking at a five-day event at Ivory’s Rock Conventions and Events Centre (Amaroo) near Peak Crossing in Queensland, Australia, from Monday September 11th to Friday September 15th 2017.
An inaugural Christmas Carnival for the local community was held at Ivory's Rock on Sunday 4 December.
Attendees, undaunted by the inordinately high temperatures and a storm that came through the night before enjoyed the family atmosphere ...
Celebrating 50 years with Prem Rawat - 19 to 23 September inclusive!
More than 4200 people from 60 countries around the world attended a recent five day celebration with guest of honour, Prem Rawat at Ivory's Rock Conventions and Events Centre - Amaroo - near Peak Crossing in Queensland, Australia.
The event was a celebration of 50 years of Prem Rawat's outstanding work around the world conveying his message that peace is possible.
A Civic Reception at Ivory's Rock Conference Hall
Prem Rawat, the Mayors of Ipswich and the Scenic Rim, Councillors, Rotarians and other local dignitaries were invited to attend a reception in the Conference Hall at Ivory's Rock on Friday 16 September.
A Global Story and Auspicious Event
The response to the forthcoming event at Ivory’s Rock was … very enthusiastic! When Earlybird bookings closed after three weeks of opening, the event was more than 90% full. (Seating capacity in the Amphitheatre is 3950).
As you can see in this clip, this event was part of a global story and the excitement extended to people everywhere:
The 10 best-kept secrets of Ipswich
Number 1: Ivory’s Rock - A magnificent venue, Ivory’s Rock is a 600 hectare-natural site with room for about 5000 people in their open-air Amphitheatre.
Peace Education Programs in a Women’s Correctional Facility in NZ
In lead up to the Correctional Services Healthcare Summit, at Informa Insights, we spoke to Catherine Gavigan, Director, National Centre for Training and Development regarding her international case study on “Facilitating Peace Education Programs in a Women’s Correctional Facility in New Zealand”.
World Environment Day - Sunday 5 June
Proudly sponsored by Ivory's Rock Foundation in partnership with Ipswich City Council and Earth Frequency Festival.
A bright, clear day after wild storms on Saturday allowed World Environment Day participants to fully enjoy the educational and creative activities and entertainment - live music, electronic music, performance, dance, workshops, kid’s activities & stalls.
This free-of-charge community event was focussed on the environment, youth and family.
Peace Education at Ivory’s Rock, June 2016
Hosted by Ivory's Rock Foundation, the Peace Education Program is designed to help participants discover their own inner resources – innate tools for living such as inner strength, choice, and hope – and the possibility of personal peace.
World Wildlife Day - proudly hosted at Ivory's Rock
On Saturday 5 March, Ivory's Rock Foundation was pleased - for the first time in its history - to host World Wildlife Day at its beautiful facility at Ivory's Rock.
The purpose of the day was:
Earth Frequency Festival
The third Earth Frequency Festival was held at Ivory’s Rock 12-15 February.
Earth Frequency is a music, arts, lifestyle and environment festival with a focus on performance, visionary art, healing and community spirit.
More than 4000 people came to soak up a colourful range of festival offerings at what its organisers regard as the ideal setting and facility - Ivory's Rock.
- Read more in the article published in the Queensland Times Monday 15 February
- View series of ten photos taken by Ivory’s Rock resident photographer, Ed Corrigan:
Thank You BBQ – Ivory's Rock
Ivory's Rock centre management and volunteers wanted a way of saying thank you to neighbours and local residents for their support and patience in 2015 and to thank the contractors for services provided at the recent events. So it was decided to hold a BBQ lunch - something that would be memorable - and to make it a family affair.