Nayri Niari Good Spirit Festival is a camping festival in a bushland setting. We invite you to join us to create this grassroots event and remember that we have limited facilities. Read the info below and be prepared with everything you need to have a comfortable and happy weekend.
Respect the land and earth, tread lightly and leave only footprints. We would love this to be a zero waste festival. Please be responsible for your own waste – If you bring it in – then take it out with you and do what you can to act consciously about your waste creation and consumption.
The festival and camp areas are located on the same property/ paddock. For the three days, we will create a temporary village and community together. We ask that you please stay in the allocated areas and not camp on neighbouring properties, beaches or bushland areas.
Cars, Campers and Caravans.
Cars can be parked at the festival entry. After you have set up your camp please move your car to the front gate so that our camp is safe and clear of vehicles for families and children. An area will be reserved for campers and caravans.
There is no power available to campers – sorry folks!
There are no showers on site but……. there is a beautiful salt water bath within 5mins walking distance.
Toilets are porta-loos with an option of a composting toilet to help create ‘material’ for the HuManure workshop.
We are creating a child and family safe DRUG AND ALCOHOL FREE environment. This is a non licenced event. There will not be alcohol available for purchase. Please be respectful that this event is a gathering on country for ceremony, celebration and connection to culture and to each other. Care for yourself and your community.
If your behaviour is effecting the safety of others you will be removed.
Access and Disabilities
The event is held bush location and does not have special facilities for people with disabilities.
There will be a campfire circle in the festival gathering area for all to share in good yarns and fire time. Please no other fires on the property including at your camp. You can cook on gas cookers in your camp for a feed.
Cash Only. There is no eftpos facilities at the festival and limited ATM’s on the island and at Kettering. Remember to access your cash before arriving.
Arriving and Schedule
Gates open 12 pm Friday 8th for people to arrive, settle in and set up camping.
A smaller program of films and a ReWilding dance will be on offer Friday night.
Full Festival Program commences 10 am 9th of March through to 2pm Monday 11th March. Time enough to catch the ferry back home.
Food and Water
Onsite stalls will be selling delicious local food for you to sample the goodness of Tasmanian and Bruny Island fresh produce. You can also bring your own food onto site. Although there will be a drinking water tank onsite, water will be limited so where possible please bring your own water with you and use the supplied water for drinking only.
Help reduce waste – Bring your own plates, cups and utensils.
Family: little ones, big ones, elders and friends
Look after each other. Please be attentive to your children especially at dawn and dusk.
Extended Family – Pets
With respect to your companions (who no doubt would be well behaved and considerate) however, we have a blanket no “pets” allowed policy be they dogs, cats, horses, pigs, rats, zebras.
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