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Future Dreamers Girls Club

Future Dreamers is the ultimate Girl Gang that supports girls to be themselves, try out new things, and live healthy active lives.

We are a not-for-profit Girls Club where we put on fun, inspiring and sophisticated events and workshops for teen girls aged 12-25, all FREE. All of our workshops and events are held in our amazing clubhouse in the middle of town in Byron Bay.

We see Future Dreamers as preventative medicine – a good dose of laughter and fun, freedom to be yourself, believing in one another and to keep boredom, anxiety and stress at bay.

Future Dreamers was founded by four women who wanted to produce something outstanding for the girls of Byron Bay and beyond.

We have created a safe place for girls to hang out and to participate in events that will assist them to recognise their personal potential and open up doorways of possibility.






FD Team Member BIOS

Catherine Hardman

Catherine moved to Byron Bay in 2015 from Melbourne, bringing with her a passion for art and design. Catherine studied Interior Design at RMIT in Melbourne and went on to run her own Interior Design business for 10 years. Catherine’s 6 years at an all-girls school instilled in her the importance of strong female guidance and support and how inspiring it can be when girls are encouraged to pursue their dreams.

Leah Rettenmaier

Leah has a passion for philanthropic pursuits coupled with a love of the arts. After studying Fashion design at university, turned her hand to being a stylist, curating creative installations. During this time Leah was the director of the Scanlon Foundation, which supports social cohesion, and she is currently running a private ancillary fund the Wake Field Foundation.



Jasmin Morrissey

Growing up in the Northern Rivers, Jasmin has had experience working in different areas of events, marketing and media roles in the local community. She is currently studying a Bachelor of Digital Communications and Design at SCU in Lismore and loves spending time at the beach and being surrounded by inspiring people.


Esther Page

Esther Page – Teacher and Facilitator

Esther has qualifications and teaching experience within the Special Education, Youth Social work fields and Art Therapy. Esther is registered as a teacher in New Zealand. She has attained a Bachelor of Visual Communications, Honours in Photography and has received training for youth work, non-violent crisis intervention, behaviour management, youth leadership and ‘Rites of Passage’ with Dr. Rubinstein. Esther’s understanding of the transformational stage of adolescence, her enthusiasm towards inspiring and supporting girls and young women with this journey, creates an enlightened, safe space.



Miranda Chance

Inspired to support young women of the world Miranda has built a knowledge base through her mentorship with Dr Arne Rubinstein and is dedicating her time to being an Ambassador of Rites of Passage, designing & writing and being involved with a modern approach Rites of Passage within Australia and abroad. Previously an Eco Fashion designer , Miranda’s essence has always been driven by finding solutions and making the world a better place.
 Founding Teens to Queens in 2016  – Miranda embarks to make the connection from our ancient ways with the modern and fast paced ways of today.
Eva King

Eva King – Health Coach and Facilitator 

Eva has spent the past 15+ years studying health, nutrition, healing and alternative medicine and has received qualifications in Visual Arts, Art Therapy, youth leadership and ‘Rites of Passage’ with Dr Rubinstein. She has also completed facilitation training through ‘The Sister Circles’. She is a passionate group facilitator and faithful advocate for community, supporting and healing the youth.

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