Residential Programs  

30 years of healing and wellbeing. The Quest for Life Foundation provides interactive group programs to educate, empower and encourage people living with the challenges of cancer, chronic illness, loss, grief, trauma, anxiety and depression.

Our programs recognise that unexpected and unthinkable things can happen to all of us. With an understanding of the latest healing strategies and neuroplasticity - the ability to change our brain through conscious choice - our acclaimed professionally run programs help you to find peace of mind and healing. 

Important information about COVID-Safety for Quest program participants

In line with national guidelines, our face-to-face programs resume from 13 July as we reach Stage 2 of the COVID-Safe roadmap – where gatherings of 20 people are permissible. Due to social distancing and room capacity restrictions, our programs will initially be limited to 15 participants plus facilitation staff. This restriction will be reviewed as we transition to Stage 3 - where gatherings of more than 20 people are permissible. 

For participants attending programs at the Quest for Life Centre, strict protocols and safety measures will be in place. Learn more. Subscribe to our Newsletter to keep up to date with our latest news and for your regular dose of inspiration to live well and stay well.

5 Day Programs

Our programs allow you to focus on your own life and learn valuable life skills and strategies for healing and peace. 

Weekend Programs

Our weekend programs are short stay, intensive programs designed for maximum impact.

"These programs give you the tools to lead a more meaningful life. Each day builds on the day before to increase this knowledge. It does not prescribe but offers insights. The participant can accept or reject these." - Elizabeth
"All my impressions of QFL, its objectives and program content were exceeded. Staff were warm and empathic, accommodation and venue first rate, while the food was imaginative and excellent. Daily programs were wonderfully and richly constituted with superb facilitation." - Professor Gordon Parker AO, Scientia Professor, School of Psychiatry UNSW