EarthSong Witchcamp is organised by a collective of community volunteers. We aim for an inclusive and dynamic organising structure with team members rotating off and new members joining the team each year. 

If you are interested in finding out more about being an organiser email us at  or use the "Contact" button at the top of this page.

Annie only (re)discovered the Craft in 2013 after reading The Mists of Avalon by Marion Zimmer Bradley.  Captivated by the resonance of be(com)ing a Priestess of the Goddess, she jumped online and found EarthSong WitchCamp.  With ‘much trepidation’ she signed up to attend camp and has been a regular attendee ever since, though she missed 2017 because she was on a shamanic vision quest and says it ‘felt like a hole in her year’ not to attend.

This is her second year as an EarthSong Org, where she holds the roles of Budget Witch and Venue Witch.  She never intended to become more involved than simply attending EarthSongs, but is drawn to serving this community which has given her so much and, because she spends so much of her time in the Muggle world wearing Hard Yakka workwear and gumboots, rather likes the opportunity to frock up and wear a tiara.

A self-confessed ‘corporate refugee’, she left Melbourne in 2009 to move back to the land and has no intentions of ever moving back to a city.  She is deeply connected to the Land, and since her first EarthSong, has been consciously singing her land (40 acres in West Gippsland) to reconsecrate it back to the Feminine.

Annie is a passionate gardener and cook and loves whipping up a feast for guests from her extensive home garden. She’s also a proud Crone, passionate about bringing Crone power, wisdom and beauty to all the communities in which she operates.

Much of my life journey has been about trying to come to peace with an innate sense of Otherness. This has led me down the path of learning about the world’s religions, queerness, different therapies, men’s work and training in group facilitation and leadership. Witchcraft and Shamanism have been significant paths on my journey and I have been involved in a number of communities and endeavours focused on these.

Along the way I have explored journeying with plant medicines. On one such exploration, the plant spirit kept whispering into my ears, “pleasure, pleasure, your path is pleasure!” Consequently, the words “All Acts of Love and Pleasure are Her Ritual” from the Charge of the Goddess really call to me.

In 2016, at EarthSong, I experienced a deep sense of homecoming through the non-hierarchical, spontaneous, experiential and ecstatic nature of a WitchCamp. I am very honoured to have the chance to serve this community that has given me so much and in 2022, I will be taking on the role of teacher liaison.

A born witch and healer, Plex (she/they) spends their life caring deeply; connecting playfully, loving intensely and sharing generously; joyfully exploring, learning, growing and prospering; and creatively, brilliantly and honourably serving the highest good of all.

It is clear to see she passionately embraces the community of EarthSong and shares that “After wandering our wide, brown land, I discovered my tribe… finding Reclaiming and EarthSong WitchCamp was like coming home.”

Living in Dja Dja Wurrung Country and holding the Rego Witch Role, she looks forward to connecting and working magick with fellow 2022 EarthSong Campers.   

“See you in September!”

Kassandra (she/her) grew up on Gunai Kurnai land and now lives, studies, and makes art on Boon Wurrung country. She has always connected to spirit through movement and song and cherishes coming together with community to create the magical work of ritual. With a background in education, theatre-making and dance, she recognises the importance of the body’s wisdom in all things and is thrilled at the prospect of an in-person camp this year.     

Kassandra came to Reclaiming through her studies in ecofeminism and attended her first Witchcamp in 2014. Having received so much from the community over the past eight years, she is thrilled to be giving back this year by sharing the role of info/web witch. She is looking forward to returning to Dja Dja Wurrung country with new and familiar faces this year as she embraces her Saturn return.

After attending many different pagan events and groups across Victoria, Stephany (she/they) went to their first Witchcamp in 2017 and was amazed by the passionate and vibrant community that is EarthSong. The camps offered deep work while also joining together in joyous celebration with everyone welcomed within the Reclaiming Principles of Unity. By joining the Org team, they hope to offer service in thanks for all the wonderful and challenging times that EarthSong Witchcamp has given them.

Stephany has an education in ecology and wildlife conservation and practices as an Artwitch with a leaning towards ancestral Traditional Witchcraft and the constant learning of right relations within the Australian land that they love. They live on Boon Wurrung country with their family and will be helping the Org team by working together with Kassandra in a technology and communications based role.


Passionate about connection and healing, I joined the orgs after my first Earthsong camp in 2019. Although new to Reclaiming, it felt like an accumulation and return to my interests and passions that I was longing for.
Now living on Wurundjeri land, my spiritual home is also Ngunnawal country near Weerewa-Lake George.
Many years were spent there: Dancing on the dry lake, meditating, singing, painting, teaching Reiki and rebirthing.
Being part of: a sweat lodge community, running and supporting women’s circles and personal development workshops.

Although a very grounded, creative Earth sign I have an absolute love for the sky and constant wonder in the masterpiece it is! Definitely a “look at the Moon” (clouds/sunset) kind of person!

I am always up for giving and receiving hugs, just come and ask.

Now entering my Crone years, I am embracing new and familiar practices.
In moving to Melbourne 8 ys ago, life brought big changes and a new resilience which has encouraged me to continue to be excited about what lies ahead.

In holding space as an Org these last couple of challenging years, the desire to serve our community in person has continued to grow and I look forward to being the Budget Witch for Earthsong 2022 and seeing you at Camp.