Camping: is there camping onsite?
Yes, there are five (5) separate camping areas on the Camp Site (A Campground, B Campground, C Campground, Camp Jayco and The Inn). Full details of the Camp Sites will be outlined on the Camping Information page of the Festival Website.
Camping: will tents be supplied?
There are five (5) separate camping areas.
In Campground A, B and C and Camp Jayco you are required to supply your own accommodation.
In The Inn, the tent will be supplied as part of the package.
Check for updates to the Camping Information page of the Festival Website to see all available camping options.
Camping: is there power onsite?
Unpowered: No Small Sites have power available.
Some Medium Sites do not have power available.
Powered: Some Medium Sites have power (15 amps) available.
All Large Sites have power (15 amps) available.
Patrons will need to provide their own extension cord (up to 30 metres in length will be required, depending on the site position) to plug into the Camp Site distribution board. All extension cords must be tested and tagged as per Electrical Testing Standard AS3760.
Camping: where is the Camp Site located?
The Camp Site is located on site at Willowbank Raceway and Queensland Raceway. The Festival stages are not able to be viewed from the Camp Site.
Camping: can I book Camping Spots next to each other?
All Camping Spots are allocated by Festival staff on a first come, first served basis. If you wish to camp with friends, you must arrive together and have purchased the same size Camping Spot (ie Small, Medium or Large) as all Camping Spot sizes are in separate areas.
Camping: are waste facilities provided for caravans/mobile homes?
We provide a sewage dump tank for patrons.
Patrons need to carry their own blackwater/greywater to this tank.
Camping: is water available in the Camp Site?
There is no capacity to supply water via tap or hose to any Camping Spots.
Patrons need to carry water from one of the amenity blocks.
Camping: can I take alcohol into the Camp Sites?
The Camp Sites are strictly an ALCOHOL FREE ZONE. Your person, possessions and/or vehicle may be searched and any alcohol found will be confiscated and will not be returned and the offending patron(s) may be ejected from the Festival Site / Camp Site for the remainder of the Festival.
Cooking: can I cook at my Camping Spot?
Yes, personal gas cookers are allowed.
Your equipment may be inspected by Camp Site Staff to ensure it is in good working order or to assess any concerns regarding the age, type or use of your equipment.
It is a condition of using any gas cookers at the Camp Site that you comply with the Guidelines for the Safe Use of Camping Gas Cookers:
- Please have your cooking equipment serviced before bringing it to the Camp Site.
- Never light a gas cooker inside your tent or in any other enclosed area.
- Always take note of the colour of the flame: it should be burning blue.
If it's burning with an orange or yellow flame or is creating sooty stains on your stove you may have a problem with your stove so PLEASE DO NOT USE IT.
- Do not store spare gas canisters inside your tent, mobile home or caravan.
- If you smell gas or think you have a leak, turn the stove off, evacuate the area and get help from a Camp Site Staff.
- Never use a naked flame to search for a leak.
- Empty canisters and aerosols may not be completely empty. When you've removed it from your stove, store it upright outside your tent for a while to allow any gas that may remain to evaporate.
- Never attempt to refill a gas canister.