Get away for the weekend and stay with us! We’ve changed the layout and campers will now have direct access to the festival + complete with exclusive entertainment on Thursday night, fully operating bar, food trucks and more!

  • 3 Nights (Thursday – Saturday): $69+bf
  • Saturday Night: $39+bf



Camping next to your vehicle in the car park is not permitted!

No Pass-outs to your vehicle are permitted once you have entered the camp-site!

Everyone who purchases a camping ticket will need to purchase a festival ticket – they’re separate and it’s per person, i.e. everyone who is camping needs a  festival ticket as well.


Thursday entry: 3pm – 11pm

Friday entry: 8am – 11pm

Saturday entry: 8am – 11pm

Sunday: Campsite closes at 12pm

Power Facilities

This year, we are proud to announce that campers will have access to power facilities at Mountain Sounds Festival 2018!

Ease of Access

Our new campgrounds for 2018 feature sealed roads and level grounds, meaning it will be easier than ever before to get around.

Tent Hire

Once again, Wow Tents will be setting up a pre-pitched campsite at Mountain Sounds Festival 2018.

Take the tent-work out of your festival experience and let Wow Tents do all the work for you! Simply turn up, find your tent and get stuck in.

There will be a choice between 4m and 5m bell tents and pre-pitched economy tents. All tents come setup with airbeds, bedding (pillow, doona, sheet), rugs and lights.

Please note: camping tickets are separate to Tent Hire, you will need to purchase a camping ticket on top of hiring a Wow Tent.


Pass Outs

Once admitted to the festival grounds, there are to be NO pass-outs for the duration of the weekend.

There Will Be A Designated Equipment Drop Off Zone You Will Be Able To Leave Your Equipment With A Friend If You Need To Do Trips To And From Your Vehicle.

Friday and Saturday: Camping mountaineers will be able to travel freely from the festival to the campground throughout the days. However, NO ALCOHOL will be permitted in the campsite at anytime.

However, will be lockers within the festival where you can store your belongings securely.



RV Passes / Camper Van 

If you are bringing a vehicle to sleep in, you MUST pre-purchase an RV/ CV Parking pass AND a camping ticket per person to do so. You will also need one festival admission ticket per person.

Camping is prohibited in the car park for safety reasons. This ticket provides camping vehicles with access to dedicated parking WITHIN the campground. The ticket is per vehicle and Each Person In The Vehicle Requires Their Own Camping + Festival Ticket. Due to safety and security reasons all patrons must sleep inside their RV or Camper Van. No free standing, vehicle attached tents or external sleeping apparatus’ are allowed.

  • RV /CV Pass: $79 + bf



By purchasing a car pass, you are eligible to park your car in our dedicated punter carpark for the entire duration of the festival, whether you are camping or not. Passes are available for purchase for $25 online or $30 on day. 

To encourage car pooling and to minimise the festival’s carbon footprint, parking is free if you arrive with 4 or more people in your car. If you have 3 or less in your car then you are required to purchase a car park pass which allows you to use the on-site car park from Thursday to Sunday.

  • Parking Ticket: $25+bf ($30 on day)


Security will be present from Thursday afternoon and will be conducting thorough car searches, as there is NO ALCOHOL PERMITTED within the campsite. Upon reasonable and formal request, police, security and/or campsite management have the right to search you, your car or your campsite for public safety and risk mitigation reasons.

If any banned substances (alcohol, drugs etc.) are found in your car or possession, it will be confiscated immediately.

Site Allocations

If you would like to camp with your friends, you MUST arrive with them. Overly elaborate campsites are discouraged, so you will be asked to downsize if you arrive with enough gear to re-create your lounge room.

Safe Camping

To keep safe while at the festival, we ask that you follow these simple guidelines:

  • refrain from camping under trees
  • refrain from climbing trees
  •  If you come across any insects or wildlife (snakes, spiders etc), do not approach – find the nearest staff member or security

First Aid

If you require medical attention, please see one of our medical tents and First Aid Tents. These will be located near the entrance of the campgrounds for the entirety of the event (including the night before and night after the festival).

If you have any prescription medication that needs to be specially stored please see the medical team immediately upon arrival.

Cooking and fires

We have a strict no fire policy at Mountain Sounds Festival. For this reason, there will be no portable stoves or cooktops allowed into the campgrounds. Snacks will be permitted, and there will be plenty of food stalls available.

Banned Items

  • Alcohol purchased from outside and inside the festival grounds
  • Illegal drugs
  • Fires, fireworks, flares, fire twirling paraphernalia (sticks, balls etc)
  • Containers of liquid fuel (kerosene, petrol etc)
  • Gas/stove cookers or anything else to cook your own food
  • Couches or large furniture items
  • Anything studded (i.e. belts, wristbands etc)
  • Weapons of any kind
  • Professional still cameras (small still cameras ARE allowed)
  • Laser lights
  • Any other items considered illegal or dangerous
  • Strictly no animals (with the exception of service or assistance animals, such as guide dogs)

Generators and Power

Generators are not permitted within the campgrounds. 

This year all campers will have access to power facilities. The cost of this is included in the camping ticket.

Phone Charging 

There will be phone charging stations available within the festival grounds that will be available for use at a small fee.

Showers and Toilets

Portable warm showers will be available at the campsite for patron use. They will be located in the middle of the campsite so they can be accessed easily throughout the event. Please plan your shower trips as there may be queues and hot water may be limited at times. You are required to bring your own soaps and toiletries to the campsite. Showers will be open 24hrs except for when they need to be serviced and cleaned.

Portaloos will be available around the campsite for patron use. There will be multiple toilet locations so they can be accessed easily throughout the campsite area. Public urination and improper conduct will result in ejection from the campsite, event and police fines.

Please be considerate to the environment when using these!

General Store 

The general store will be open again to campers in case you’ve forgotten or run out of something (toilet paper we’re looking at you).  There will be a selection of snacks, toiletries, camping supplies and more.