For the ultimate festival experience, camp under the stars with Wanderer Festival! Campgrounds include:
On-site at the festival – you couldn’t get much closer to the action! Space is limited here so only one vehicle per group and this campground is not suitable for caravans and camper trailers. Camping tickets can be purchased via the ticketing page.
Oaklands Campground, Pambula – Fortuitously situated alongside Pambula’s renowned Oaklands Barn precinct featuring Longstocking Brewery, Oaklands Cafe, Art Gallery and so much more. Just 2.5km from the festival, you can use Pambula’s fabulous bike trails or jump on a festival bus running throughout the festival in Pambula from the campground. The campgrounds on-site and at Oaklands will have dedicated parts for families and you’ll be directed upon arrival.
The campgrounds on-site and at Oaklands will have dedicated parts for families and you’ll be directed upon arrival.
All festival campgrounds have toilets, showers, water, security and first aid. The campgrounds are a place to hang out with friends, let your kids run and play, or wind down at the end of the day.
Camping tickets can be purchased via the ticketing page. There is no camping charge for children under the age of 3. Camping is not allocated within the festival grounds, so if you want to camp with your tribe, please be sure to arrive together.
Refer to our FAQs for answers to some of the most common camping questions we get asked. If you need more information sooner, please contact us.
Discovery Parks, Pambula Beach – This campground will hit the spot for those wanting to be a stone’s throw from the action but with all the bells and whistles of a top notch holiday park. Beach frontage is the icing on the cake! Just 1km from the festival, it’s a super easy walk, cycle or jump on a festival bus running throughout the festival from the campground. Visit
Millingandi Station – Nestled between Pambula and Merimbula and an 8 minute drive from the festival, this unique tidal waterfront acreage has flat open grassy spaces, sealed road access and is within a few easy kilometres of all the amenities, shops and beaches these villages have to offer. Visit
Merimbula Camping – Just 10 minutes away, Merimbula offers a range of great camping, hotels and holiday rentals too. Tween Waters Holiday Park, Sapphire Valley Caravan Park and Merimbula Lakes Holiday Park are offering a 10% discount to festival-goers. Call these parks directly to secure a festival discount on your booking.
The festival bus timetable will be released shortly and dedicated festival car parks in Pambula and Pambula Beach will provide parking for people wanting to drive to the festival.
Create. Get creative with your space & create a spectacular place for your family and/or friends to chill. Not only are you sure to impress your fellow campers; you’ll make it easy to navigate home each day. Get hands on and immerse yourself in festival activities.
Embrace our Environmental Ethos starting with how you pack! Bring reusable water bottles, keep cups, plates and cutlery and nude food. Go without single use plastics. Sort your waste and use our organic composting, recyclable and refundable container bins. Take other rubbish home with you, as there will be no bins for landfill.
Respect your neighbours, party at the festival and keep noise to a minimum in the campgrounds and on your way to and from the festival. Be mindful of our festival families and keep your language and behaviour respectful.
Gratitude. Be grateful to the local community for sharing their special places with you. Be respectful if you’re passing through town. ‘Leave no Trace’ – bring only what you’re happy to take home again. Find every last tent peg before you depart – kids and animals will be using these fields after you’ve gone.
Discover. Meet people. Experience parts of the program you don’t already know. Explore the wonders of the Sapphire Coast.
Inform. Get to know ALL the FAQs and do’s and don’ts of the festival. Have a good read of the website.