Tranquil Spaces

Our Tranquil Spaces

Looking for a peaceful space to run a workshop, meeting or sessions with clients.

Check out the tranquil spaces at Indigo Bey.  Call now to have a wander around the Centre
9874 8646.  

We have spaces available on a full time, part time permanent and casual basis at reasonable rates.

"Sienna Heart" a place of passion.

Sienna Heart is a multipurpose art space

a Perfect creative space, it has abundant natural light and can accommodate between 12-15 people depending upon your workshop style. 



"Blue Grass" a meadow for meeting.

Blue Grass offers groups a beautiful space to meet. It is excellent for either seated training and has accommodated groups of 18 to 20 (full kitchen facilities, tables and chairs are also available).  

This unique space also contains a Walking Labyrinth.  

What is a "Labyrinth" A labyrinth is an ancient pattern found in many cultures around the world. Labyrinth designs date back 4000 years. The earliest known labyrinth in a church is in Algeria, dated 324 AD. All labyrinths have one path, which winds in a circuitous way to the centre.

Labyrinths were very popular during medieval times however for over 250 years they have largely been ignored it was until Canon Dr Lauren Artress of Grace Cathedral in San Francisco led the effort to reintroduce the labyrinth into the world as a spiritual tool. 

Labyrinths are currently being used worldwide as a way to quiet the mind, find balance, and encourage meditation, insight and celebration. They are open to all people as a non-denominational, cross-cultural tool.

Overseas labyrinths are found in medical centres, parks, churches, schools, prisons, memorial parks and retreat centres as well as in people's backyards. Many communities are coming together to construct labyrinths in their community parks. Spirituality centres are creating them for those on retreat. Hospitals are building permanent labyrinths for patients and staff. Cancer support groups use them for strength and finding one's way through difficult times. Patients at hypertension clinics walk them to reduce stress.

The labyrinth is not a maze. There are no tricks to it and no dead ends. It has a single circuitous path that winds into the centre. The person walking it uses the same path to return and the entrance then becomes the exit. The path is in full view, which allows a person to be quiet and focus internally. Generally there are three stages to the walk: releasing on the way in, receiving in the centre and returning; that is, taking back out into the world that which you have received. There is no right way or wrong way to walk a labyrinth. Use the labyrinth in any way that meets your need.

Come and enjoy the relaxing benefits of walking the Labyrinth. 

Counselling Spaces

Indigo Bey offers 3 counselling/treatment rooms, each with a unique feel and character

"Eagle Feather" put the wind in your wings

“Eagle Feather” put the wind in your wings, this fully equipped space is warm and inviting, and has 2 beautiful bucket chairs for counselling and a height adjustable massage bed.

"White Shells" calls on the calmness of water.

“White Shells” calls on the calmness of water, contains a height adjustable massage bed, a non-carpeted floor allows for therapies such as hot stones massage and acupuncture

"Seed Pod" utilising the energy of the earth. 

“Seed Pod” utilise the energies of the earth, this is a beautiful counselling space that lends itself perfectly to sand play therapy. 

Exhibition Spaces 

View our current exhibition

Hall Gallery and Blue Grass Annex
Indigo Bey has 2 gallery spaces, the Hall Gallery for jewellery and small objects and the Blue Grass Annex for hung media.  

The gallery spaces are well designed and suite small intimate exhibitions.  The Indigo Bey Artist group offers services to new and emerging artists. Gallery fees are reasonable and include assistance with advertising and publication of exhibitions

Submissions are invited from local artisans, all media is welcome. For further details please email the