Following is a list of links we have found to be useful. If you know of other links you think would be of interest, please let us know about them.

Order of Bards, Ovates & Druids

Main OBOD website

The main website for the Order. Includes a great deal of useful information, listings of different services and community activities, an online store and links to the Order’s podcast and groups around the world.

The Druid Grove

Discussion Forums of the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids.

The Druid College of Healing

A place originally set up for OBOD members to share their healing knowledge and experiences with each other. It has not been active recently but is still a useful source of information.


A newsletter of The Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids in the Southern Hemisphere.

Philip Carr-Gomm

The Chosen Chief’s personal site and blog.

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Julie Brett – Founder of the Druids DownUnder website and Facebook Group, author of the book Australian Druidry and creator of the Forest Spirit Jewelry range and podcast.

(More blogs soon!)

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Celtic Culture & Mythology

CELT: Corpus of Electronic Text

A collection of academic texts relating to Irish literary and historical culture (in Irish, Latin, Anglo-Norman French, and English).

(Updated list coming soon!)

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Commercial Sites (Australia)

Mudbrick Cottage Herb Farm

A good range of culinary and medicinal herbs, grown organically and shipped promptly.

White Sage

Specialising in authentic white sage smudge sticks, but also supplying sage soaps, incense and other smudging products.

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Commercial Sites (International)

Ancient Circles (California, USA)

Celtic inspired jewelry and clothing.

Aon Celtic Art & Illumination (Alberta, Canada)

The artistic works of Cari Buziak.

Bardwood (Minnesota, USA)

Makers of fine, handcarved wooden wands, staves, athames, boxes etc (mainly wands).

Sacred Source (Virginia, USA)

Online sacred statue shop covering an extensive range of cultures.

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Druidry (other Orders and sources of study)

Ár nDraíocht Féin

A Druid Fellowship (ADF): An American-based neopagan druid tradition, founded by Isaac Bonewits,

Council of British Druid Orders

An affiliation of over 16 British Druid Orders, with a focus on public celebration of the seasonal festivals.

Every Ogham Thing on the Web

A definitive list of Ogham-related sites.

Glastonbury Order of Druids

An Order founded on Glastonbury Tor in 1988.

New Order of Druids

A predominantly online group of people interested in studying druidry.

The Cotswold Order of Druids

Established in 1995 to cater for pagans living in the Cotswold and Gloucestershire regions

The Druid Network

An online information store and networking tool for druids of all persuasions.

The Henge of Keltria

Keltrian Druidism is a spiritual path dedicated to revering the Nature Spirits, honoring the Ancestors, and worshipping the Deities of our ancient Irish ancestors.

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General Paganism

New Northvegr Center

Resources for the Northern Way – the heathen beliefs of the Nordic countries.

Pagan Awareness Network (PAN)

An incorporated association aiming to be the Australian pagan community’s most effective networking and educational body.

The Pagan Federation

The federation aims to promote a positive profile for pagans and paganism and to provide information on pagan beliefs to the media, official bodies and the greater community.

The Witches’ Voice (WitchVox)

Information, news and networking site for neopagans, new articles daily.

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Early British Kingdoms

Information about the early British Kingdoms, including data on royalty, maps, archeology, Arthur, adversaries and much more.

English Heritage

The website of the English Government’s statutory adviser on the historic environment. Sponsored by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, the site provides information about sites of interest and advice for preservation.

Heritage Ireland

Informative site created and maintained by the Department of Arts, Heritage, Gaeltacht and the Islands (Ireland).

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Places to Visit (Australia)

Australian Standing Stones

Situated near the town of Glen Innes, NSW, the Australian Standing Stones are the national monument to Australia’s Celtic pioneers, and are recognised by the Celtic Council of Australia as the national gathering point for Celtic descendants and clans (including an annual Celtic culture festival). They are also a wonderful example of the megalithic revival underway around the world today.

Crystal Castle

An amazing subtropical garden scattered with Hindu/Buddhist statues and gigantic geodes/crystals in Northern NSW (near Byron Bay). Includes a cafe, store (for crystals and other metaphysical objects) and regularly holds events such as visits from Tibetan Buddhist Monks, sound workshops etc.

William Ricketts Sanctuary

William Ricketts Sanctuary is a place of beauty and tranquillity, due both to the natural setting and the mystical sculptures half hidden among ferns along the pathways.


A garden in Tasmania which is devoted to the concepts of personal wholeness and peace.

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Places to Visit (International)

Information about the sites of Newgrange, Knowth, Dowth, Fourknocks, Loughcrew and Tara in County Meath, Ireland.

Stone Pages

An extensive site with information on stone circles and other European megalithic sites, including photographs.

The Megalithic Portal

Information about ancient sites from all over the world.

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An Australian alternative lifestyle magazine.

BBI Media

Publishers of Witches & Pagans, Sage Woman and Crone magazines.

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