CWCI Australia National Safari to North West Queensland

CWCI Australia’s first National Safari for 2023 takes off on Sunday 23rd April for two weeks.

The Safari Team of Tori Walker (Speaker) and Narelle McLeod (Team Leader) are excited to have the opportunity to visit several towns and communities in the north western part of Queensland.

Tori, who lives in Brisbane, has been the speaker at several CWCI Australia events. This will be her first CWCI Australia Safari. She has actively taught God’s Word for the past 25 years since completing her Bachelor of Divinity. She delivered a terrific introduction to the KYB study “Revelation- Christ’s final Victory” this year on the Sunshine Coast, where NWQ Safari Team Leader Narelle McLeod lives. It was a great chance to start their teamwork!

Their Pilot, Steve Cavill with Outback Aerial Mission, will fly them from the Longreach Base as far north as Doomadgee, East to Pentland and to many towns in between. Mt Isa is a new meeting location this year which is exciting. There has been much upheaval in North West Queensland due to the floods earlier this year. Recently a beloved missionary to the Aboriginal people from that area has passed on. We share the grief of our Aboriginal brothers and sisters, but also the joy of knowing he has entered Jesus’ presence.

We know that God’s Word delivered faithfully through His people in word and deed will bless, comfort and challenge those who attend the many meetings. These will include morning teas, potluck dinners, BBQs – all with the addition of Spiritual Food that grows all who receive it, spiritually closer to Christ.


National Safari Director