Got questions? We’ve got answers.
What is the minimum age?
What’s the average age bracket?
Do any of your retreats include flights?
Are we allowed to drink?
Is there much spare time?
Want to join the team?
How many people attend each retreat?
What level of fitness do you need?
Our training is very holistic and can be tuned up and down depending on your requirements. We have a basic ‘fitness test’ and we say that if you can do that, then you can 100% do Journey:
- 2km slow jog
- 90 second plank hold
- 10 push ups
- 60 sec wall sit
- 40 bodyweight squats
What kind of food do you offer?
Is there always a photographer shooting the days/activities?
How do you book?
Do you cater for vegans on all retreats?
Do we arrive on the starting date of the retreat or the day before?
I’m coming with a friend, does the twin share package cover both of us?
If I come alone will I get paired with someone in a room? Or can I opt for my own room?
Can we upgrade our rooms?
Do I have to participate in every session?
Do many guests attend solo?
Can I bring my child/children on the retreat?
Our programs & events are designed to cater to adults. Therefore, children of any age under 18 are not permitted to be present or partake in any and all activities as per the itinerary as shared by Journey Retreats. The cost of each retreat package only covers one adult.
Any additional costs incurred includings things such as food, accomodation or care for the child/children is entirely the responsibility of the parent and needs to be arranged independently of Journey Retreats, and also in a way that doesn’t impede on the experience of both yourself and other guests taking part in our week long experience.
Do I still need travel insurance if I'm travelling domestically (within AU)?
We still strongly advise getting travel insurance. Here are some key reasons to still get domestic travel insurance:
- Natural Disaster
- Baggage (including any items that may not be covered by your home contents insurance – think electronics or jewellery)
- Sports Equipment (should you bring anything of your own)
- Liability (if you accidentally injure someone else, damage or loose someone’s property)
Medical expenses generally won’t be covered with domestic insurance, as they should be covered by Medicare or Private Health insurance.