Accessibility Information

Disabled Facilities

Are there reserved ‘disabled’ camp sites closer to Festival Grounds and disabled facilities?

We do not have reserved campsites but recommend booking a campsite in Site A which is located close to the Festival grounds.  If you advise the marshalls on arrival at the campground that you need disabled access to the grounds they will ensure you are positioned as close as possible.

Are there disabled shower/toilet facilities at the Golf Course campground?

We will have disabled shower and toilet facilities available at the new Events Centre currently being built.  There will also be disabled shower and toilets located at the Golf Course as well as disabled toilets at the toilet block located behind the Stockmans Bar.  Please see map below for locations.

Disabled Toilet Map

Is there disabled parking at the Festival?

Yes.  The disabled parking is located on the oval at the Festival grounds.  Arrive at the Main Gate and you will be directed to where you can park.

Companion Card

Companion Card

The Man From Snowy River Bush Festival is proudly affiliated with the Companion Card program. Complimentary Companion tickets are available for holders of a valid current Companion Card who require assistance of a companion or carer to attend the Festival.

When a cardholder has purchased a Festival ticket a wristband will be issued to both the cardholder and the companion. Please contact Humanitix via email events@humanitix.com.au to process your booking and secure a matching ticket for your Companion or Carer.

All Festival attendees must wear a wristband for entry to the Festival.

Further information about Companion Card can be found at www.companioncard.org.au or telephone the Companion Card Information Line on 1800 650 611.

Assistance Dogs

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Assistance Dogs are welcome at The Man From Snowy River Bush Festival and are required to wear their blue jacket that identifies them as Assistance Dogs whilst in the Festival grounds.

Assistance Dogs include dogs for people with physical disabilities, as well as Autism Support Dogs, PTSD Support Dogs and Dementia Support Dogs. All Service Dogs have full public access rights so they can accompany their owner anywhere in the community.