Wiilpa’s mission is to enable a way for individuals and organizations to see large scale issues holistically and harmoniously as we would with a viewpoint from the stars. Our goal is to create an aware and collaborative environment for the co-creation of goals that can be more effectively achieved together rather than through siloed initiatives.

We welcome a future where “power over” is no longer the dominant force and “power with” with mutual circles of benefit becomes the way we live and operate. 




Individual interviews with sponsors and partners and an opt-in series of workshops will lead towards the first interactive performance event which brings together indigenous wisdom, business innovation, integral accounting, creative performance and wellness, local and global thinking and community spirit. The first of an ongoing series of regional and national events throughout Australia, the first major performance event will be held at the Palais Theatre Melbourne on Sunday 22 February 2015 as part of the Sustainable Living Festival - featuring performances from Archie Roach, Karen Knowles, Shane Howard and stories from Uncle Bob Randall (traditional custodian of Uluru), Min Mia (Wirradjurri elder and law woman) and Aunty Carolyn Briggs (local Boonwurrung elder and Founder of the Boon Wurrung Foundation).


Co Create and demonstrate a collaborative, measured and practical way forward to a brighter future with guidance from the wisdom of the elders as heritage Australian musicians, business, indigenous and community leaders come together to explore what we can achieve together for the benefit of all people and a thriving and respected planet.


  • Leadership & business innovation events – Melbourne CBD / Gold Coast 
  • Digital interactive engagement
  • Performance at the Palais Theatre Melbourne as part of the Sustainable Living Festival
    on 22 February 2015
  • An ongoing national and international co-creation movement featuring active engagement,
    leadership, business innovation, cultural engagement & performance events 


Wiilpa, in association with the Global Leadership Foundation, Reconciliation Victoria and the Sustainable Living Festival


  • Individual Interviews - 8 & 16 December 2014
  • Integral Accounting Workshop - 9, 10 & 11 January 2015
  • Interactive Concert / Digital Engagement -  22 February 2015
  • Open Space Workshop - March 2015


Archie Roach, Karen Knowles and Shane Howard are taking sustainability to a new integrated level with  input and guidance from respected indigenous elders Uncle Bob Randall, Min Mia and Aunty Carolyn Briggs when they present The Remembering at the Palais Theatre Melbourne on Sunday 22 February 2015 at 7 pm

Tickets – ticketmaster.com.au