CAMPING

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For the ultimate festival experience, camp under the stars at Wanderer Festival! We have two campgrounds. One designed for 18+ punters and their friends and another dedicated to families and their friends.

Our campgrounds have access to 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 with a drink or hot choccie. Close your eyes and drift off to sleep to the wild sounds of the forest!

Camping tickets can be purchased when you buy your festival tickets. There is no camping charge for children under the age of 3. Camping is not allocated, so if you want to camp with your tribe, please be sure to arrive together.

We happily welcome all campers, caravans and RVs, but it’s important to note that there’s no access to power or plumbed water facilities. Caravans can stay attached to your car. Below are answers to some of the most common camping questions we get asked. If you’re unable to find the answer to your question, please contact us.

GOLDEN RULES

Get creative & create a magical place for your family and/or friends.

Due to strict liquor licensing conditions that apply to all camping festivals in NSW, BYO alcohol is not permitted in the main festival areas or in the campgrounds. We’ll look after you with the fairest bar prices.

Dispose of rubbish in the provided bins, or take it home.

‘Leave no trace’ – take all your belongings home with you!

Do not drive over 5km in campgrounds.

Keep noise to a minimum in all campgrounds. No loud music at any time.

Respect that children are camping in the dedicated family campground.

Remove all pegs from the grounds – horses and other animals use the area after the festival.

Respect your beautiful natural surroundings at all times.

CAMPING FAQ

Campground gates open on Friday 23 Sep at 9am. Campground gates close on Monday 26 Sep at 2pm.

Yes, but please make sure you arrive with your friends in convoy. You can’t drive around the campsite looking for them.

Please note that caravans and motorhomes will be camped in a dedicated campground.

No – make sure you arrive with your friends.

Yes, you can. You will be directed to park in the campground at which point you set up camp alongside your car.

You can leave on the shuttle bus, however once your car is in you can only in extenuating circumstances as approved by the management team.

Campground entry is for 1-3 nights (Friday, Saturday & Sunday) regardless of when you arrive or leave the festival. 

We welcome all campers, caravans and RVs, however there’s no access to power or plumbed water facilities. Caravans can stay attached to your car and must stay in the designated area for large vehicles. 

No generators please. We’d like to keep noise to a minimum in the campgrounds.

Yes, there are water stations for you to fill water bottles.

There will be coffee vendors and food stalls in some some campgrounds.

Yes, ice will be available near the information tent.

Due to strict liquor licensing conditions that apply to all camping festivals in NSW, BYO alcohol is not permitted in the main festival areas or in the campgrounds. We’ll look after you with the fairest bar prices.

There is a strict NO GLASS policy in the campgrounds. The paddock is used by horses and other animals.

No, fires are strictly prohibited within the campground area, however there are some designated fire pits.

Yes, you are able to charge phones at the information tents (there are limited power points available).

No, best to leave your furry friends at home for this one.

Guide dogs are permitted.

There are showers, toilet facilities and drinking water stations located in the campgrounds.

The following items are banned from the festival site and campgrounds;

  • Single-use plastic (soft plastics can be taken home and dropped at Redcycle at your local supermarket)
  • Non-biodegradable glitter
  • Laser Lights (LED light are okay)
  • Generators
  • Water pistols
  • Fire twirling, flares, sparklers, candles or naked flames
  • Drones