Campfire provides an engaging, solution-focused community for farmers to proactively improve their systems of work in support of mentally healthy workplaces.

Campfire engages farmers through:
· learning from experts and peers
practical tools and resources
solution focused stories that address work-related challenges


Binder, M., Beks, H., Versace, V., Macdonald, J., McKay, C., Cunningham, S., Wall, G., Barnes, K., Cornell, S., Cock, M., Kennedy, A., Namara, K Mc.2022Participant perspectives of an online co-design process to develop a prevention-focused mental health and well-being platform for primary producersThe Australian Journal of Rural Health Go to page
Kennedy, A., Cosgrave, C., Macdonald, J., Gunn, K., Dietrich, T., and Brumby, S. 14 April 2021Translating Co-Design from Face-to-Face to Online: An Australian Primary Producer Project Conducted during COVID-19Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 202118(8)Go to page
Gunn, K. M., A. Barrett, D. Hughes-Barton, D. Turnbull, C. E. Short, S. Brumby, G. Skaczkowski and J. Dollman (2021). 23 June 2021What farmers want from mental health and wellbeing-focused websites and online interventionsJournal of Rural Studies.Go to page

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Campfire is led by the National Centre for Farmer Health in collaboration with primary producers, industry stakeholders and researchers from Griffith University, the University of South Australia and Cath Cosgrave Consulting. Campfire was funded by the Victorian State Government’s WorkSafe WorkWell Mental Health Improvement fund.