Festival Information & FAQ
2023 FESTIVAL DATES & LOCATION
10am Friday 24th November – 3pm Monday 27th November 2023
(BACK-UP DATES: March 22-25th 2024)
1755 Seymour-Tooborac Rd, Glenaroua, VIC Australia
WHEN DOES THE SITE OPEN AND CLOSE?
FRIDAY: 11:00am – 10:00pm
SATURDAY: 7:30am – 11:00pm
SUNDAY: 7:30am – 11:00pm
MONDAY: 7:30am – 5:00pm
ADDRESS: Colston Hill, Seymour-Tooborac Rd, Glenaroua
DATES: Thursday 17th - Sunday 20th March 2022
VENUE OPENS: 1pm Thursday
GATES OPEN/CLOSE: Friday-Sunday 7am - 11:30pm
PROGRAM STARTS: 6pm Thursday
Tell us about the Festival
THE FESTIVAL IS ABOUT OPTIONS &
WHAT FEELS RIGHT FOR YOU
The event runs for 4 days and 3 nights from Friday morning to Monday afternoon. Guests stay overnight in their preferred choice of camping, glamping ( basic or furnished) or offsite accommodation.
There will be multiple workshops and activities running at any one time and you have the choice of attending information talks, workshops, dance or craft classes, listen to live music or performances, receive a massage or treatment, peruse the markets or explore the festival grounds.
There are no pre-bookings for workshops; you simply turn up on the day. In the evenings you can enjoy Dj's, late-night workshops, campsite chats and more.
There are also group opening and closing ceremonies and Welcome to Country, which we encourage women to attend; to help set the mood and intention for the beginning and end of the gathering.
On Monday our beautiful event will conclude with a closing ceremony at 2:30pm, allowing women enough time to pack up camp and travel safely home before the new week begins.
What to Bring?
Your festival ticket (on your phone)
Camping tent, equipment, bedding and campsite decor
Phone charger and power bank (aka portable charger)
Camp table and chairs
Shoes - easy to slip on and off.
Drinking water and reusable bottle
Bag for dirty clothes and a bag for rubbish
Notepad and pen
Toiletries, towels and clothing essentials
Hat, sunglasses and sunscreen
Rain poncho,umbrella & gumboots
Medical essentials like panadol, bandaids, wet wipes
Non-perishable food (muesli bars, bread and spreads, crackers, tinned goods, cereal and long-life milk
An open mind and sense of adventure!
Frequently Asked Questions
Life is as Exciting as you make it!
Plan for Discovery & Adventure
Join us this Nov 24-27th 2023