Banned Items

These items are banned at the festival:

GLASS – bottles of any kind (including beer bottles, wine bottles, champagne bottles), jars of any kind (including salsa), containers, mirrors and perfume – all glass will be confiscated and we are no longer able to return confiscated items.

FIRES – TOTAL FIRE BAN ALL DAY AND NIGHT – no campfires, firesticks, fireworks, or flares. Not even a candle.

GAS – bottles and/or hot cooking equipment, eg. BBQs, camp stoves, triangas, nitrous bulbs & equipment, gas lanterns.

Market stalls or selling items of any kind.

Excess packaging – if you purchase something new for the festival, please remove all the excess packing at home, before you arrive.

Commercial signage, or branding of any kind on anything.

Drones (flying or filming with Unmanned Aerial Vehicles is not allowed on site before, during or after the festival), robot aircraft.


BYO Toilets and dumping of waste of any kind.


* Raised couches, chairs on stilts, stools – nothing over normal sitting chair height (OK in the campgrounds).

* Things on sticks or poles – flags, banners, mascots, etc (OK in the campgrounds).

* Pergolas, shade tents, tarp structures. (OK in the campgrounds).

Stereos in campsites that go above “quiet personal listening” level.

Bongos, drums.

Weapons or imitation weapons of any kind (we don’t actually need to list that do we?).


No offensive signage, slogans (including any on vehicles), clothing, costumes.

Kegs – kegs that require a gas cylinder are not allowed. Kegs with a consumable amount of provisions that do not require a gas cylinder are permitted in campgrounds but not in the Amphitheatre.

Cameras with detachable lenses (without written approval from Aunty).


Bean bags (cos when they break it’s not great). No polystyrene beads, glitter that uses micro-plastics, feathers, wood chips, straw/hay bales or confetti.   

Anything that will break up and/or blow away in the wind.

Unregistered vehicles.

All Terrain Vehicles and scooters, without express prior written permission from Aunty Meredith.


This information is one of our festival policies and forms part of our terms and conditions.