IMPORTANT CAMPING INFORMATION. This information should be read in conjunction with the Terms and Conditions printed on your ticket and on our website.
The camping areas at the Venue, are open from 10am Wed 18 July until 5pm on Mon 23 July 2018. Camping Ticket holders will be admitted to the Venue campgrounds between 10am-10pm on Wed 18 July, then from 7am-10pm on Thurs 19, Friday 20 July, Sat 21 and Sun 22 July 2018.
Please don’t arrive outside of the Campground operating times as we will not have staff available to admit you into the Venue campgrounds and car parks during those hours.
All private vehicles entering the Venue campgrounds areas MUST have a valid vehicle pass purchased in advance (not on site) via www.moshtix.com.au. Redemption vouchers against the purchase price of certain Vehicle Passes will be given to vehicles with 3 or more occupants each holding valid 2018 Event and Camping tickets. Vouchers may be redeemed for cash within the event site at location/s specified on the festival map. Full terms and conditions will be displayed on the Vehicle Passes.
Be smart when planning your trip. Expect delays when arriving and departing as a lot of vehicles will be trying to get in and out of the Venue campgrounds and car parks at the same time.
Allow ample time for your departure on Monday from the Venue campgrounds and car parks, as lengthy delays of up to 4 hours are expected. If you have a flight to catch ensure you prepare to depart with plenty of time, as no responsibility will be accepted by the event for missed flights.
Vehicle and bag searches will be conducted at the vehicle processing area prior to entering the Venue campgrounds.
Due to space limitations your camp setup has to be minimal - overly elaborate campsites are not permitted. No couches & large furniture items allowed.
The campgrounds are located in close proximity to the festival entertainment precinct.
Once parked, your vehicle cannot be moved again until you depart the festival. Please use the festival shuttle buses if you wish to leave the festival site.
Festival shuttle buses will run between the festival site and surrounding locations including Ocean Shores, Brunswick Heads and Byron Bay from Wednesday. Fares apply.
A General Store will be available on site for basic supplies.
Food stalls will be operating in the campgrounds from Wednesday, and will operate through until Monday afternoon.
If you want to camp alongside friends you must arrive at the same time.
Campsites will be allocated by Splendour staff. You cannot save campsite space next to yours for friends arriving later.
Campervans, caravans and other towed vehicles are OK. Anyone intending to bring any vehicle larger than 7.5metres In length will need to check with us first via [email protected] You MUST pre-purchase the appropriate Vehicle Pass for these vehicles.
Any drop-offs of caravans or camper trailers will require advance notice via [email protected]
Make sure you know what you cannot bring into the campgrounds – check the banned items at www.splendourinthegrass.com. Pay special attention to the restrictions on fires and flammable items.
There will be designated marshals in your camp area who will be available to help you or answer general questions about the campgrounds.
If at any time you feel your safety or anyone else’s safety is threatened, contact the nearest security guard or camping marshal.
There will be a Patron Safety Hotline that you can call regarding safety, medical or security matters. This number will be on display around the campgrounds.
First aid facilities will be available.
Campsites are not powered.
Toilets and warm showers will be located throughout the campgrounds.
Please respect the site and your fellow campers. Any unruly behaviour will not be tolerated and may result in your removal from the site.
No noise permitted in the campground between midnight and 8am. This is a designated quiet period for the benefit of both local residents and campers.
Look out for your friends and fellow campers.
Leave valuables at home or lock them in your car. Don’t leave them in or around your tent. Report any suspicious behaviour to your area marshal or security.
Follow the directions of campground staff and security personnel.
Please respect our neighbours, local residents and the local environment.
The neighbouring nature reserve and forest blocks on site are sensitive environments that are out of bounds.
Don’t drop ciggie butts on the ground. BIN IT! Help keep your campground litter free.
Recycling facilities will be available throughout the Venue in the entertainment area and campgrounds. Please recycle where possible.
A Family Camping Ticket provides access for each ticket holder to a family friendly camping area, The Meadow, located within the general campgrounds. Children aged 12 and under are admitted free, and must be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian at all times whilst at the festival or campgrounds.
Every person staying at the Family Campground requires a 2018 Family Camping Ticket. Family Camping Tickets are one ticket per person for those aged 13 years and over.
Ride-sharing or public transport is a great way to help the environment, reduce traffic congestion and make new road trip friends. Go to jayride.com.au or check out www.splendourinthegrass.com for bus info.
Ticket resale or reissue services may be offered via moshtix.com.au, but the final decision on whether such services will be provided is at the discretion of the promoter.