SAFEGUARDING OF TICKETS
Your ticket can be used by anyone. Once scanned at the entrance gate, it becomes a used ticket and cannot be scanned again. For this reason, it is important that you treat your tickets as you would cash and keep them safe and private.
WHAT YOU CAN BRING WITH YOU
Anything reasonable and not on the prohibited item list below.e.g:
Your car, motorcycle, caravan, camping trailer or RV.
Food, clothing, camping gear, cameras and electronic gear and personal items.
A reasonable amount of alcohol for your own consumption.
WHAT YOU CANNOT BRING WITH YOU – PROHIBITED ITEMS
Firearms or weapons of ANY kind.
Flares, fireworks or explosives of ANY kind.
Drones and other radio controlled devices or toys.
Domestic type furniture like couches unless contained within caravans or RV’s.
Pets and animals, except for those specifically provided for by law. eg. Guide dogs
Large portable loudspeakers (over 6″ driver diameter) , loudhalers and air horns.
Motorised riding devices like scooters, bicycles, skateboards.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE – WHAT YOU MUST HAVE TO ENTER AND WHAT TO EXPECT UPON ENTRY
In order to be granted entry, you must present a valid ticket and, if you are over eighteen years of age, an official form of photo ID.
At the entrance gate, you will be asked if you have any prohibited items in the possession or in your vehicle. Irrespective of how you answer this question, the organisers reserve the right, entirely at their own discretion and as a specific condition of being granted entry, to search you and your vehicle. Refusal to allow searches will result in you automatically being refused entry without refund.
You will be handed a printed copy of the Festival Rules and Guidelines and Terms and Conditions of Ticketing and Entry along with a Festival Map and Performance Schedule as you enter the Festival. It is recommended that you re-familiarise yourself with these at that point.
If you’re are camping, you will be directed by marshals to your camp site whereupon you can begin setting up camp.
If you are a day tripper, you will be directed to the Day Parking area.
VEHICLES AND DRIVING ON THE FESTIVAL GROUNDS
The entire property has been declared “Shared Zone” as defined by the Australian Road Traffic Regulations.
The general speed limit is 10 km/h.
When driving on the property, drive safely and look out for pedestrians at all times.
Motorists and cyclists must give way (yield) to pedestrians at all times throughout the entire property, regardless of other considerations and normal crossing rules do not apply.
Only organiser’s service vehicles may be driven on the property on festival days and nights unless driving to and from the main gates.
You may not use your vehicle to move around the property.
Vehicles can be parked for free in the Day Parking area.
Bicycles are permitted everywhere except the Festival Area.
Motorised riding devices like scooters, bicycles, skateboards and motorcycles are not permitted.
Be considerate and respectful to other campers.
Do not encroach upon or enter the campsites of others without a clear invitation to do so. This will help to avoid any misunderstandings.
There is a general noise curfew in the Family Camping Zone of 11pm-7am.
There is a personal generator curfew of 9pm-9am.
Woop Woop cares for the environment and community. Littering is not permitted. Please be respectful and take everything you bring with you away with you when you leave or put it in the refuse bins.
Be waste and water wise.
Please respect our neighbouring towns and properties and do not create excessive noise or litter whilst travelling to and from the Event.
ITEMS YOU MAY NOT BRING INTO THE FESTIVAL AREA ONLY
Your own alcohol.
Glass bottles or containers
Anything else which may, at our sole discretion, believe might cause undue disturbance or inconsideration to others.
Please comply with any requests that our security personnel may make of you. Failure to do so may result in you being asked to leave the property, failing which you will be removed.
The Australian Police have been involved the the planning of the event and there presence is to be expected.
INFORMATION, ASSISTANCE AND COMPLAINTS
Please come to the Administration Office should you require assistance or information or if you would like to lay a complaint.
PROHIBITED BEHAVIOUR – WHAT YOU CANNOT DO
Break the law.
Be aggressive, anti-social, insulting, inconsiderate or excessively unruly. This includes but is not limited to loud profanity, throwing objects, intoxication and unwelcome predatory behaviour.
Light fires or set off fireworks or flares.
Trade or sell anything unless you have a written Vendor Agreement with us. This includes but is not limited to alcohol, food, wares and personal items of any nature. Anyone discovered trading without a Vendor Agreement will automatically have their ticket cancelled and they will be requested to vacate the property, failing which they will be removed.
THE RIGHT OF ADMISSION IS, AT ALL TIMES, RESERVED BY THE ORGANISERS
We can refuse you entry to the Event if we feel that, at our sole discretion, you will not comply with these Rules and Guidelines or that you will breach the Terms and Conditions of Ticketing and Entry.
Once you are on the property, if we believe, at our sole discretion, that you are not acting or have not acted in accordance with these Rules and Guidelines or you are breaching or that you have breached the Terms and Conditions of Ticketing and Entry, we may cancel your ticket without notice or refund and request that you leave the property, failing which you will be removed.
Should you refuse to leave and are uncooperative, you will in effect be trespassing on private land and assistance from the police will be sought and you may face criminal charges.