We have created 14 private camp sites spread over our vast land,
which you can explore and book through our Emerald Escape Camping website.
The Five Principles / Pillars of Kanjini:
1. Stewardship of the Land
There will be no private ownership of any land, housing or major assets
on Kanjini land, those will all be owned by the Cooperative as a whole.
Private ownership separates and divides, shared stewardship connects us
with each other and the land
2. Inter-Generational Community
Kanjini wishes to bring together joyous kids, driven teenagers,
energetic young people, mature middle-aged people and wise old people
into one big family or tribe, cooperating and caring for each other
Kanjini is governed by a board of directors, elected by its members.
It's operating like a circle of elders, who ideally make unanimous
decisions, similar to how Aboriginal tribes were governed for millennia
4. Conflict Resolution
Everyone at Kanjini shall be committed to identify, address and resolve
any conflict. Conflict hidden, ignored or unresolved becomes
destructive; conflict resolved brings personal growth and becomes a
strong social glue.
5. Respect for Rules and Laws
Kanjini respects the rules and laws of the wider community we live in
and expects our rules and codes to be adhered to by everyone on the
The word Kanjini means Connectedness.
The above five principles / pillars will support our awareness of & connection
with our inner selves, each other, country, and the wider community.