Upon successful completion of your purchase a confirmation email is sent to your email address with your tickets and receipt attached. You will receive the email from our friends at iwannaticket.com.au Please be sure to check your junk/spam folders.
Refunds are not made if you change your mind or if you are unable to attend The Event, unless for a valid medical reason (COVID-19) with accompanying proof of documents.
Week 1: Saturday 19 Sep 7:00am – 7:00pm, Sunday 20 Sep 7:00am – 12:00pm
Week 2: Saturday 26 Sep 7:00am – 7:00pm, Sunday 27 Sep 7:00am – 12:00pm
There will be no entry until check-in opens the following day.
The purchaser of the ticket must ensure that the name on each ticket is correct and photo ID will be required at the Entry Gate.
Yes. The name on each ticket can be changed by the purchaser. Please contact us on 07 5496 1066 to amend any ticket names.
No, your ticket/s are only valid for the name of the person on the ticket and cannot be shared with another party.
No. Only 1 Week or Multi-week tickets are available. If you would like to come for only a few nights then you will need to purchase a weekly ticket. Tickets need to be purchased online and will not be available at the Gate.
There are no student or pensioner discounts, however, we aim to keep our event ticket prices as low as possible. We also have a volunteer program in exchange for a event ticket.
Please contact us on 07 5496 1066 to add a Youth Ticket to an existing order.
No. Please ask your Guardian to contact us on 07 5496 1066 to purchase the ticket.
No, we do not have payment plans available for Bushtime.
To register for accessible camping at Bushtime you will need to complete an Accessible Camping Registration Form. For more information about our Disability Camping Area please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07 5496 1066.
Please note: You may not be able to utilise to our accessible facilities if you do not register prior to Bushtime. We ask that you submit your forms prior to the 13th September so that we can best cater to your needs.
Yes, with proof of companion card, please contact us on 07 5496 1066 to arrange your companion ticket.
No, each campsite is allowed one car and there is no fee.
No, visitors are not permitted onsite during Bushtime.
Woodfordia Citizenship is an annual membership to access all things Woodfordia. It entitles a member to access the Woodfordia Citizen’s Portal, invitations to Citizen’s Day gatherings and Programme Launch party, and quarterly editions of the Lore Society journal. To find out more, visit woodfordia.org.
No, there is no direct shuttle bus from the train station to the site. However, Yellow Cabs Caboolture on 131924 is approx. $85.00-$100 one way. UBER (available via app store) is approx. $53-$65 one way.
The General Store will accept cash and EFTPOS. Bars will be EFTPOS only.
Yes, all adult patrons will be required to wear a wristband.
Yes, stall holders and artists will need to wear wristbands.
Spring temperatures are between 12°C and 24°C on average.
No, campsites are not allocated. Complying with current COVID-19 regulations campsites will be up to 15 metres apart and we operate on a first-in basis. We have plenty of room for everyone.
All water on site is potable unless signed otherwise
Yes, there will be groceries and snacks available at the General Store. There will also be a small amount of food stalls with meat, vegan, vegetarian and gluten free options. Oh yes, we almost forgot to mention hot coffee too.
No, there are no powered campsites.
Please note that use of generators in the campgrounds is not permitted due to noise and pollution concerns.
No, we do have cooking facilities like BBQs available in the campgrounds.
We do not allow or provide for camp fires. This is a high fire risk area.
No, for the safety of others and the aquatic plant life, we ask no boats or flotation devices in the Lake.
Yes, however some areas will be off-limits.
Beautiful and fascinating as always.
We ask that you leave your pets at home unless they are accredited assistance animals. To let us know you’re bringing your Seeing Eye Dog, Mind Dog or other Assistance Animal please see our Assistant Animal application form on our website.
Yes, we ask you to keep quiet after 10pm. No amplified music will be allowed after that time and really, we’d rather you bring your instrument to play instead.
We’ve kept the street lighting to the event precinct and out of the camping areas for the best night’s rest and to maximise stargazing opportunities. In short: this means the campgrounds will be DARK, so bring a torch to help you back to the tent. Sturdy shoes will help keep your toes and ankles intact.
There is no BYO alcohol permitted in the entertainment area.
Yes, you are able to smoke in the campgrounds, we just ask that you are mindful of your neighbours. There will also be designated smoking areas with the licensed area.
We will have a dedicated Bushtime hub located next the general store between 9am – 5pm caring for lost and found belongings.