The next Festival will be held on Sunday, April 22, 2018.
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Q: How do we get to Scotts Head?
Scotts Head is in the Nambucca Valley, approximately 15 minutes south of the nearest township of Macksville. From the north, travel along the Pacific highway, over the new Macksville bridge, and about 5km south of Macksville you will see the Scotts Head turn off on your right. Take this turn off onto Scotts Head Road and enjoy a pleasant drive alongside Warrell Creek for 13 km into the township of Scotts Head.
From the south you can either take the Scotts Head turn off from the Pacific highway as per the instructions above, or if you would like a slower but more scenic drive, turn off further south at the Stuarts Point off ramp and travel approx. 10km. Just before getting into the township of Stuarts Point turn left onto Grassy Head Road, travel the length of the road until it meets Scotts Head Road, then turn right and travel 3km into the township of Scotts Head. Easy!
Google Map HERE
Q: What about parking?
Scotts Head is a small town and parking is limited near the festival site. There will also be some road closures near the festival site.
Q: When is the festival on?
The full-day festival is on Sunday, 22 April 2017, from 10am-6pm in Scotts Head Reserve adjacent to the caravan park.
Q: How much does it cost?
Entry fee is $10 per adult and $5 per child (under 12). Toddlers free.
Q: Can I bring my own alcohol?
Definitely NOT. We have a licensed area where you can enjoy the beverage selection while watching the entertainment. Please do not bring your own alcohol or you may be asked to leave the festival grounds. Please note that as this is family-friendly event, we encourage the responsible consumption of alcohol and anyone who is not respectful may be asked to leave the festival grounds.
Q: Is this a family-friendly event?
Definitely YES! We pride ourselves on creating a safe and friendly environment and there’s plenty for the kids to do.
Q: Are pets allowed?
Sorry, NO. As much as we love our furry friends, the Scotts Head Reserve is an animal free zone, making it safer for the whole family.