FESTIVAL CAMPGROUND
  • Camping tickets are per person and are sold as a combo with Festival Tickets. You can buy them online prior to the festival or at our Ticket Office on Warren Rd on the day, if not sold out.
  • No ticket sales are available at the Festival Campground Check-in.
  • All camping setups are welcome.


LOCATION

The Nannup Music Club Inc and the Nannup Golf Club, run the Festival Campground on Nannup Golf Course grounds.


ARRIVAL

From Friday 9am. The Campground entry is located on the corner of Higgins St and Centenary Dr.

Please note that early arrivals cannot be accommodated.

Please note that the Oval will not be available for campers as it will be reserved for DFES emergency use.

CHECK-IN

Both Festival and Camping tickets can be scanned and exchanged for wristbands during your Festival Campground check-in.

Campground Check-in opening hours:
Friday 9am – 11pm
Saturday 9am – 2pm

Outside of these times, all ticketing matters will be managed at the main Ticket Office on Warren Rd.

Festival Ticket Office opening hours:
Friday 9am-11pm
Saturday 8am-11pm
Sunday 8am-8pm

VOLUNTEERS who are camping at the Festival Campground, please note that Volunteer Camping Tickets need to be purchased at the main Ticket Office on Warren Rd, before arriving to the Campground. If your group is arriving separately but all tickets are under the one booking, please make sure that you, your friends or family only present their individual tickets.

TOILETS & SHOWERS
Portable toilets and showers are provided.

DRINKING WATER
Free drinking water is available for campers from the Recreation Centre’s water fountain and taps.

POWER
All sites are unpowered. Generators are allowed in a designated area only and need to be turned off by 10pm.

FIRES
Campfires, solid fuel BBQs or candles are not permitted at our Campground; the Festival runs during a Restricted or Total Fire Ban (dates are subject to seasonal change). Gas cookers are permitted.

NOISE
Please be respectful of your fellow campers. No music or loud conversations after midnight.

ANIMALS
No animals are allowed at the Festival Campground (with the exception of guide dogs). Please leave your pets at home.

CRUISY BUS
Our Cruisy Bus is a continuous shuttle service between the Festival Campground and the Festival Ticket Office, by gold coin donation (or equivalent). Bus stops are located on Warren Rd (Marinko Tomas Memorial and outside the Festival Ticket Office).

Festival Campground departures:
Fri 5.15pm, Sat & Sun: 8.15am
 
Last bus from the Festival Ticket Office back to the Festival Campground departs at 12 midnight on Fri, Sat & Sun.
 

No children may travel on the bus unless accompanied by an adult. All passengers must be seated at all times and use the seat belts provided. Gold coin donation (or equivalent) is from each passenger for each trip.

DEPARTURE

Monday noon at the latest. Please leave no trace.

CAMPING BUDDY
Camping Buddy makes planning your festival campsite a breeze; helping you bring less, borrow more, and cut down your waste.

It’s an active collaboration between festivals across Australia, and you

ACCOMMODATION PARTNERS

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OTHER ACCOMMODATION

 

Download the Experience Nannup for visitor information in Nannup. The app features attractions, shopping, accommodation, camping, festivals and events, trail information and much more.

 

The updated Southern Forests and Valleys website is packed with information on local attractions, accommodation options, upcoming events, and outdoor adventures for anyone looking to explore this undiscovered region.

 

 

 

Shire of Nannup Camping Information

 

PARK STAY

More of a wilderness type?
Find info about campgrounds around Nannup on the Parks and Wildlife website.
Please note that Council does not allow free camping in the Town of Nannup. Please respect private property, local residents and businesses.