The Mind, Body, and Spirit Festival, held biannually in Melbourne, is one of the few festivals celebrated in Australia that solely focuses on health, wellness and natural therapies.
The festival welcomes more than 200 exhibitors from all across the globe. Guests can expect to see exhibitions, health seminars, free inspirational talks and onstage performances.
Melbourne Mind, Body And Spirit Festival, 2023 Dates & Ticket Prices
You’ll find many things to see, do and learn at the Mind, Body And Spirit Festival. Don’t forget to take part in any of the workshops and seminars. The seminars are free, but note that seating is available on a first-come basis.
Get your tickets and experience:
- Improve your mental health and wellbeing by attending the free meditation sessions.
- Gain insights and guidance from our experienced psychics and mediums. Book a psychic reading and explore your spiritual side.
- Get entertained by the line-up of lively stage performances featuring music, dance, psychics and more.
- Whether you’re window shopping, sampling various products, or planning a shopping spree, you can do it all with unique products and gifts from over 200 businesses.
- Access to thousands of dollars worth of Show Prizes.
- Join in for a workshop to learn new skills and progress your own wellness journey.
Whether you’re seeking relaxation or enlightenment or simply looking to have a great time, the Main Stage is the place to be!
Join the incredible lineup of presenters on the main stage, including the mesmerising Prem aNanda, the captivating Lou Van Stone, the enlightening Sharon Tal, the intriguing Marita Bajurnow, the insightful Jason McDonald and more!
The Festival Seminar Series will feature an inspiring line-up of guest speakers who will share their International and Australian expertise. From health, nutrition and personal growth to magic, spiritual guidance and psychic readings – there’s something for everyone to discover!
Tantalise the tastebuds and awaken your senses at the Soul Kitchen Cooking Stage! From plant-based diets to superfoods and sugar, gluten and dairy-free delights – you’re sure to find tasty and healthy inspiration at the Soul Kitchen.
Seats are allocated on a first-in basis and cannot be pre-allocated or booked. You should arrive 10 minutes before each session starts to avoid disappointment.
It’s time to get creative! At the Melbourne MindBodySpirit Festival, there’ll be a range of workshops suitable for all ages and skill levels. Join the amazing hosts in candle intention, essential oil blending, smudge bundle workshops, and succulent arrangements!
All materials are provided, and each workshop costs between $25 and $45. Alternatively, you can make a walk-up booking on the day of the Festival; make sure to head to the Workshop Room upon arrival because spots will fill up quickly!
Come and get rejuvenated, conquer stress in minutes and find the right health and wellness program. Take a workshop and find the perfect work-life balance, ideal for your body and mind. Enjoy wellness seminars that include details about chakra balance, lifestyle change and soul rejuvenation through meditation.
You can purchase many products from the exhibitors, but some only accept cash. There are, however, ATMs located inside the Melbourne Exhibition Centre.
The Melbourne Exhibition Centre car park is located under the venue and is accessed via Normanby Street.
If you’re being dropped off at the Exhibition Centre, our Clarendon Street entrance is the closest entrance. If you’re getting a lift to the Convention Centre, the entrance near DFO is the closest drop-off point. If you’re driving in, there is an abundance of convenient, secure car parking available around MCEC. Nearby options include the South Wharf Retail, Siddeley St, Freeway and Montague Street car parks.
Would you prefer to park onsite? Wilson Parking operates a secure underground car park at MCEC that offers a range of flexible rates. Book online before you visit to ensure you’re guaranteed a great spot.
Southern Cross and Flinders Street stations are a short walk or tram ride to the venue. Tram routes 96, 109 or 12 conveniently stop at the doorstep of the Centre.