Camino San Francisco 2023

July 28th-30th

Join us on a journey into the outback Murchison region of Western Australia  where John Cyril Hawes began his ministry as a Catholic Priest  in Australia.

You will engage with the local communities and property owners, as well as facilitate your own mental and spiritual wellness. 


Cost for the Camino  is $400 per person

Minimum number of Pilgrims required - 30




  • Coach transport
  • Pilgrim Shell and 'Passport'
  • Breakfast Days 2 and 3
  • Lunch Each Day
  • Dinner on Days 1 and 2
  • Mobile Toilet accompanying walking group
  • Drinking Water
  • Snacks/Morning or Afternoon Tea
  • Sleeping/Camping Equipment
  • High Visibility Vests required when walking

What is the Camino San Francisco?

Caminos date back many centuries and are layered with meaning.
For some, a Camino might simply be about physical exercise and adventure. For others it might be about the journey within, a spiritual journey or  it might be about meeting people and making new friends. The reasons for participating in a Camino  are many and all to be respected.
The Camino San Francisco is modelled on the world-famous Spanish Camino de Santiago and incorporates many of its features.
The Camino San Francisco is so named because it seeks to elicit in participants an experience of the spirit that inspired Monsignor Hawes in his life and architectural works, namely the spirituality of St Francis of Assisi that honours and respects the natural environment and our place within it.