MARCH 11, 12 & 13, 2017


Public Transport

It’s easy, cheap and quick to get to and from the Meredith Supernatural Amphitheatre by Public Transport and there are a number of options.

THE SUPERNATURAL EXPRESS

DIRECT BUS SERVICE – FROM SOUTHERN CROSS STATION, MELBOURNE

The Supernatural Express – a Direct Bus Service – no stopovers or changeovers and no hassles – is a brilliant way to get to and fro the Meredith Supernatural Amphitheatre with ease. We use and recommend this one.

SATURDAY 11 MARCH 2017

Two different departure times are available on Saturday – 7am and 10am. This service departs from Southern Cross Station bus terminal and travels direct to the festival site bus stop near Reception. Approximate travel time is 1.5 – 2 hours.

MONDAY 13 MARCH 2017

Two different departure times are available on Monday – 10am and 12pm. This service will leave on time. This service departs from the festival site bus stop near Reception and travels direct to Southern Cross Station bus terminal. Approximate travel time is 1.5 – 2 hours.

A ticket on The Supernatural Express costs $35 each way (plus $2 booking fee). Bookings can be made by clicking on the button:

RESERVE MY SEAT ON THE SUPERNATURAL EXPRESS

Luggage is stored either underneath the bus or at your seat. Generally, the bus can transport the following luggage per person: a bag, a tent and an esky. We usually manage to fit everything on.

Please note: tickets are non-refundable.

V/LINE TRAIN & BUS SERVICE

Train and bus services are operated by V/Line.

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From Melbourne:

To get to the festival, take the train from Southern Cross station to Geelong station (approx. 1 hour ride) and at Geelong, catch the connecting Ballarat bus to Meredith Town (approx. 40 min ride). From Meredith Town, a shuttle bus runs to the festival site (10 min ride), coinciding with all V/Line arrivals on Saturday. The shuttle bus costs $5.

From Ballarat:

To get to the festival, catch the bus from Ballarat railway station to Meredith (approx. 40 min ride). From Meredith Town, a shuttle bus will run to the festival site (10 min ride) which will cost you $5.

GETTING HOME

Catch the shuttle bus from the Meredith Supernatural Amphitheatre bus stop near Reception to Meredith Town on Monday (approx. 10 mins). The shuttle buses coincide with all V/Line departures from Meredith Town on Monday. You must register for the Monday shuttle buses at the Info Centre (near the Gift Shoppe) by 9pm Sunday night; the cost of the trip is $5.

To Melbourne:

Take the shuttle bus from Meredith Supernatural Amphitheatre bus stop (remember to book before 9pm Sunday). Then catch the Geelong bus from Meredith Town to Geelong station (approx. 40 mins) and at the station jump on a train to Southern Cross station (approx. 1 hour ride).

To Ballarat:

There will only be one shuttle bus on the Monday that will coincide with the Ballarat timetable. Once in Meredith Town, catch the bus to Ballarat station (approx. 40 mins).


AVALON AIRPORT – JETSTAR PASSENGERS

Services between Avalon airport and Geelong, Bellarine Peninsula and the Great Ocean Road are operated by Avalon Airport Shuttle. One-way trips cost from $18 per adult to Geelong Bus Port. Door to Door service is available throughout Geelong, Bellarine Peninsula and the Great Ocean Road. For prices phone (03) 52 788 788.

Bus Services from Geelong are timed to coincide with the Jetstar schedule. Passengers using the Avalon Airport Shuttle service to the airport should remember to check departure times on (03) 52 788 788.