Camping FAQ’s

General Camping is FREE and this comes with your ticket!

There is plenty of general camping available when you arrive at the Muster. It is included in your ticket price and you don’t have to pre-book! So bring your own camping gear. Caravans and camper trailers are also welcome or just roll out your swag on the back of your Ute!

We also have Reserved Campsites available for a fee.

We have 4 camping options:

  • General Camping – Ute Paddock 

For our Ute lovers! No trailers, or caravans. Camping in the Ute Paddock will be noisy, fun and a whole new experience.

  • General Camping – Non Ute Camping 

If your mates are Ute lovers and you want to be close to them, then you can camp in the first section of the Ute Paddock. No trailers, or caravans. Non Ute camping will be marked clearly in the Ute Paddock.

  • General Camping – Family Camping Area 

This is a Family area. If you are in for a quiet night or have children – then try this area. You can bring your Caravans, Utes and Sedans with trailers into this area. As this is a family camping area, noise restrictions apply from midnight.

Showers and Toilets are available in all camping areas for free.

  • Reserved Camping

We also have Limited Reserved Campsites available for a fee.

Reserved Camping allows you to:

  • Pre select your campsite
  • Arrive at your own leisure
  • Purchase multiple sites to guarantee you are next to your mates (depending on availability)
  • Camp in a prime position close to the Festival Arena

CLICK HERE to purchase camping!

NOTE: You can only purchase a reserved campsite if you have already purchased an adult ticket. You can buy your adult ticket and reserved campsite in the same transaction.

You do not need to select your free camp spot when you purchase your ticket. If you would like to pre-plan where you would like to camp CLICK HERE to view the Site Map. You will be directed to your preferred camping area when you arrive.

You must have a valid Mobility Parking Scheme permit visible on your front windscreen. This will be checked by security upon entry. You also must fill out an accessible camping registration HERE.

  • Wheat Fields and Redgum Reserve– Only 1 (one) Ute is allowed per site.  STRICTLY NO trailers, sedans or wagons.
  • Peppin Paddock, Rice Paddy, Stockyards, Sheep Run, Oat Central, Edward River Flat and Back Paddock – One vehicle and one trailer or caravan.

After you have purchased your campsite, your campsite pack will be sent out to you by Registered Post (packs will be sent out from August), including your sticker. Your sticker MUST be placed on your front windscreen to allow you access to your Reserved Campsite. You will also receive a map to show you how to get to your reserved camping area and where your campsite is located within this area.

No, once you have selected your campsite you cannot change it.

YES, camping areas will open at 8am on Thursday. 

Yes, they are! So get in quick!

Yes BBQs are allowed in the camping areas however, gas bottles are only permitted if they comply with 2018 regulations.