If you have lost your wristband, they will not be replaced you will need to purchase a new ticket at the current ticket price.
If you have damaged your wristband, you will need to bring your damaged wristband to ticketing upon arrival and pay the $20 replacement fee. If you don’t bring your damaged wristband you will have to purchase a new ticket at the current ticket price.
The Deni Ute Muster does not encourage selling of tickets and recommends tickets are purchased directly from our website. If you choose to sell your ticket, the Deni Ute Muster does not take any responsibility for any issues that may occur.
To update your contact details please call Oztix on 1300 762 545
YES! You can now BYO alcohol (within a certain limit) to the camping grounds.
Every ADULT ticket holder can bring:
ONE unopened slab/box/carton to a maximum of 30 cans of beer
ONE unopened slab/box/carton of pre-mix spirits to a maximum of 24 cans
4L of wine
We have a strict NO GLASS policy in place, so make sure whatever you bring is in a can or cask.
Please note: random police checks will be occurring throughout the duration of the event, including the entry process. So please stick to the limits outlined.
Our gates will open at 8am on Thursday the 28th Sept and close 7pm Thurs 28th Sept. Gates will reopen Friday 29th Sept 6am
Sorry but we have a No Refund Policy!
Yes, but all fires must be contained in a drum no bigger than half a 44 gallon drum.
All wood must be under 60cm in width and length.
All vehicles are welcome to the Muster.
The Rent-A-Tent option at the Deni Ute Muster is a hassle free accommodation alternative. We provide two, three or four person tents, with a range of extras that you can purchase. These tents are erected and dismantled for you – included in the price.
To Rent a Tent CLICK HERE and you will be redirected to the Rent-A-Tent website.
Yes. Breath testing facilities will be available at the Info Centre near the Tin Man.
Yes, the Deni Play on the Plains Festival is a proud member of the Companion Card association. This means those people who have full time companion carers can attend the festival with their friends and family.
The festival provides a weekend ticket, free of charge to the Companion Card holder’s carer to ensure both can have a fantastic time at our event.
Please contact Muster HQ – firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
We have 3 accessible camping areas – two in the Family Camping area and the other in the Ute Paddock. (Utes only)
Accessible Parking is located in the Day Parking area closest to the Muster Bus Stop.
For toilet and shower locations, please see Site Map HERE.
Simply wear your bluey and come to the Main Stage at 1:00pm on Saturday the 30th of September.
Yes, the site speed limit is 10km an hour.