In the very unlikely event that ANY artist cancels, there will be no refunds. The ticket is for the EVENT, not the individual artists.
** you need to bring your own extension cord (up to 30 metres in length will be required depending on the site position) to plug into the camping ground distribution board. All extension cords must be tested and tagged as per Electrical Testing Standard AS3760.
Please refer to Camping Information Page for more details
There are no restrictions on the size of tents or caravans. This is a large site with plenty of room.
Refer to the table above - tents are supplied for the VIP 2 Person and VIP 4 Person sites. All other camping sites require you to bring your own tent.
No, we only have two standard ticket prices - Adult and Junior (Child).
Tickets will be available online up until the start of the Festival.
There will be limited EFTPOS machines at the Festival. Everything else at the Festival is CASH ONLY.
It is the Promoter's policy to play, rain or shine. In the case of rain, ponchos will be available for purchase. No umbrellas are allowed at the Festival.
Umbrellas are not permitted into the Festival. If it rains, ponchos will be available for purchase.
We suggest you wear comfortable, flat shoes.
Yes you can.
The camping area is an alcohol-free zone.
You can bring in food to the camping area, but not into the Festival. The camping area is an alcohol free zone.
They will be up as soon as possible, keep your eye on the website and sign up to the mailing list to make sure you have all the updates.
Yes, there will be pass-outs.
Please contact email@example.com with any ticketing questions or call the Deni office on 03 5881 3388.
Personal gas cookers are allowed. Your equipment may be inspected by campground staff to ensure it is in good working order or if there are any concerns about your equipment's age, type or use. You need to comply with the Guidelines for the Safe Use of Camping Gas Cookers:
- please have your cooking equipment serviced before bringing it to the camping area.
- 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 site marshal.
- 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.
All camp sites are allocated on a first come, first served basis. Marshals will be on site to direct you to your camp site when you arrive. Please note that if you would like to camp next to your friends, you need to arrive at the same time. Sites will not be kept vacant for people who have not yet arrived.
As described above, camp sites are allocated on a first come, first served and as such it is not possible for you to choose specific camp sites. Please arrive at the same time as your friends or family if you wish to camp next to them.
Yes. The Platinum Camping for mobile homes and caravans does have power. You cannot use this area if you only have a tent, but if you need to charge phones, cameras, etc. you can visit the Operations Centre, which can be located on the site map.
Yes, in the administrations office in the Operations Centre.
The camping area is located on the Festival site. From the furthest part of the camping area, it’s less than 10 minutes walk. Please note, you cannot view the stage from the camping area.
Yes. Due to the Festival’s sound amplification, all children should wear ear protection.
There is plenty of car parking on site and disabled patron allocations will be made as required. If you require a disability accessible spot, please contact us.
Please note that any patrons in a wheelchair should bring their off road model (if possible) as it is an outdoor event and camping grounds and there are no sealed roads.
An extensive range of food and beverages will be available to buy at the Festival. Food will include local restaurant stalls and cheese stalls as well as lighter options. Snacks such as chips, nuts, fruit and ice-cream will also be available. The various food stalls will cater to most dietary requirements.
The Festival operates a ‘No Smoking Policy’ and you must comply with any such policy. No smoking is permitted in any indoor areas at the Festival.
All tickets for the Festival are general admission.
Application forms will be sent out shortly. If you would like to receive a form, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
No, unfortunately there are no group ticket discounts available. You’re allowed to buy up to 10 event tickets per transaction.
Chairs are allowed. There’s no specific rule as to what size chairs can be, but we would suggest low profile chairs if possible. We’d ask that you exercise common sense and ensure that any seating you bring is easily portable and will not cause any obstruction.
Please remember to take your chairs with you back to your tent or vehicle when you leave the festival at night, or they may be moved by the cleaning staff overnight.
Yes, this is a fully licensed Festival and alcoholic beverages will be available to purchase (including spirits). All patrons wishing to purchase alcohol must have valid photo ID.
You can bring a personal digital camera. SLR cameras are okay; professional photography equipment (eg telephoto lenses; any lens over 20cm; any detachable lens) is not okay and will not be allowed at the Festival. Professional photographers cannot work without permission and need to apply for accreditation.
Video cameras and other recording equipment are not permitted under any circumstances.
No, this is a fully catered venue (including spirits) and STRICTLY NO BYO FOOD OR BEVERAGE (including water) is to be brought onsite; this will be enforced by security at entry gates. Free drinking water will be available at the onsite bars. Patrons may bring in empty plastic bottles or plastic or foam cups for this purpose. Food can be purchased from the food stalls and bars set up onsite.
You can bring food and non-alcoholic beverages into the camping area with you. If you have a caravan or campavan, you can also bring utensils into the camping area. You cannot bring either of these into the main festival site.
No, pets are not allowed into the Festival or the camping area (excluding service dogs such as guide dogs and police/emergency service dogs).
We have many items of lost property handed in over the festival period. Please call us 03 5881 3388 or email email@example.com
If you are still in the Deni area, pop into the Deni office - 6264 Hardinge St, Deniliquin, where our lovely staff will be able to help.
Campsite access is available from 12noon Good Friday.
Yes you can, in the camping area only. You cannot camp in the car park.
Yes. Demountable shower blocks are set up for the festival. They all have warm water ,but with any hot water system, it may run out during the day!
The nearest shops and petrol stations are in Deniliquin, which is five minutes drive from the festival site.
23 Apr 14 -
Check out these great reviews of the festival from publications throughout Australia and in the UK:"The sunny autumnal conditions 70 kilometres from the Echuca-Moama border throughout Saturday and Sunday gave way to chilly nights, but as daylight faded it was Deni's star attractions that kept fans leaping to their feet from rows and rows of comfortable camp chairs. Across two stages more than 25 artists and bands kept the music coming."