Nyoongar Calendar: Bunuru (Feb – Mar), Second summer, Season of the adolescence
“Bunuru is the hottest time of the year with little to no rain. Hot easterly winds continue with a cooling sea breeze most afternoons if you’re close to the coast. Therefore, traditionally this was, and still is, a great time for living and fishing by the coast, rivers and estuaries. Because of this, freshwater foods and seafood made up major parts of the diet during this time of year.
Bunuru is also a time of the white flowers with lots of white flowering gums in full bloom, including Jarrah, Marri and Ghost Gums.
Another striking flower that is hard to go past is the female Zamia (Macrozamia riedlei). Being much larger than that of its male counterpart, the huge cones emerge from the centre of the plant with masses of a cotton wool like substance.
As the hot, dry weather continues the seed upon the cones change from green to bright red, indicating they’re ripening and becoming more attractive to animals, particularly the emu, that will eat the toxic fleshy outer.”
Source: Australian Government, Bureau of Meteorology
Disabled Parking bays are located on the corner of Warren Rd and Grange Rd and on Jephson St.
the Festival Shop.
Absolutely. Our laid back atmosphere, street performers, free kids activities in the Playground and free entry for children, make our event the ideal place to share a camping festival experience with your family. All ages welcome!
Please note that all children (12 yrs and under) need to be accompanied by a parent/legal guardian at all times and that youth (13-17 yrs) need to be accompanied by a parent/legal guardian in the licensed areas within our venues.
We value and support free artistic expression, so please also keep in mind that, at times and depending on the artist, there might be language or performances that you may consider unsuitable for your children.
Ticket Office: EFTPOS, Cash, Cash Out
Festival Bars: EFTPOS, Cash
Festival Shop: EFTPOS, Cash
Festival Markets: EFTPOS, Cash (depending on stallholder)
Opening hours during the Festival: Friday 9am-11pm, Saturday & Sunday 8am-11pm.
Who’s the Companion Card for?
The Companion Card is for people with a significant and permanent disability, who require attendant care support in order to participate at community venues and activities are always going to need a high level of care to get to community based activities. Cardholders present their card when booking or purchasing a ticket from a participating business or organisation. Participating businesses/organisations will recognise the Companion Card and issue the cardholder with a second ticket for their companion at no charge.
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No unauthorised professional cameras or recording devices are allowed in the Festival venues.
Unauthorised drones are not allowed anywhere over the festival site.
Nannup Deli/Caltex (ATM)
Nannup Hotel (ATM)
Nannup Newsagency & Post Office (Cash Out/ Banking Services)
Ticket Office (Cash Out)
Bus stops are located at the Recreation Centre and outside the Festival Ticket Office on Warren Road.
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.
Make sure to check the Nannup Saturday Farmers Markets, “a quirky mix of farmers and community markets, giving you the chance to talk to the producers and find out where your food comes from”.
For all major emergencies dial 000 or go directly to Nannup Hospital (corner of Carey and Kearney Streets).
Youth (13 -17 years) need to be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian for entry in licensed venues. Children (0-12 years) need to be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian at all times.
Please note that we value and support free artistic expression, so please keep in mind that, at times and depending on the artist, there might be language or performances that you may consider unsuitable for children.
Saturday & Sunday 8am-11pm