National Summer School

                                                                                                                                         23 – 28 January 2018

The January 2018 Summer School Theme is:

“Translating Baha’u’llah’s vision for a new society into reality”. This theme is best explored through two sub-themes: “A life of generous giving”; and “Working collectively”. Naturally, these themes build closely on those from previous years and continue to be shaped by a framework that the National Assembly has been advancing year after year.


“The basic purpose of all Bahá’í Summer Schools, whether in East or West, is to give the believers the opportunity to fully acquaint themselves, not only by mere study but through whole-hearted and active collaboration in various Bahá’í activities, with the essentials of the Administration and in this way enable them to become efficient and able promoters of the Cause…”

(From a letter written on behalf of the Guardian to an individual believer, September 25, 1933).

“Last Summer School at Yerrinbool was one of the most inspiring, enlightening and fun Summer Schools ever. The program was well-planned and had a wide variety of topics. There was an atmosphere of fellowship and people mingled widely. Many races were represented; people came from all over Australia as well as Samoa and Iran. The sound of laughter echoed through the dining hall till fairly late at night.”

“Everyone was having such a great time, we didn’t want to go home!
We eagerly look forward to next Summer School.”

Amy Friedman – A participant

Register for National Summer School

The next summer school will be held on 23-28 January 2018. Details to be announced at a later date.