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General FAQs

You will need to bring a tent, air mattress (if you don’t have an air pump, someone will be able to lend you theirs), sleeping bag / blankets etc. Bring clothes in case it gets cold at night. Also pack food, alcohol, sunscreen, towel and shower stuff etc… You may want to bring drinking water. Filtered water from the creek is provided at the camp grounds. The festival will provide a number of facilities and utilities, including barbecues, urns for coffee / tea, toasters and a cool room/fridges. We will ask campers not to bring any barbecues or gas burners for safety reasons. We provide all cooking facilities.

We have a great cooking kithcen area with a number of barbecues, including space for vegetarians only. There is a commercial kitchen with full facilities that everyone is welcome to use. Including a microwave, kettle, sink and dishwasher for washing up and ample cleaning products as well as a range of cooking utensils to prepare food on the barbecue. There is plenty of crockery, cutlery and drinkware. For safety reasons, we ask you to leave all barbecue, gas burners and cooking facilities at home and come use ours. We have plenty of room for everybody. You only need to bring food and alcohol. Everything else is provided.

For those who wish to book bunks, a mattress with sheet and pillow is provided, but you might prefer to bring your own pillow and you will need to provide your own doona or sleeping bag or sheets or blankets.

There are lots of places to keep warm and dry at NudeManFest. Check the weather forecast in advance and bring some warm clothes, gumboots and umbrella if it is appropriate, but unless extremely unusual weather conditions occur, the festival will continue on, rain or shine. If it is cold, you are more than welcome to rug up – you don’t have to remain naked the whole time if you are cold.

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The parking area is close to the camping areas. We will request all visitors park in the designated area, once you’ve unloaded your tent and other equipment. We ask that cars are kept off the camp site to keep the area clean and healthy, unless you are towing a caravan or trailor. You can easily walk to your car at any time.

We have a great cooking area with a number of barbecues, including an area for vegetarians only. There are kitchen facilities that everyone is welcome to use, including a microwave, kettle and sink/dishwasher for washing up (cleaning products provided), as well as a range of cooking utensils to prepare food on the barbecue. Depending on the location of the camp, you will be advised whether you need to bring crockery/cutlery/cooking equipment at the time of booking. For safety reasons, we ask you to leave all barbecue, gas burners and cooking facilities at home and use ours. We have plenty of room for everybody. Remember that, during the summer it is often a Total Fire Ban day, so everyone needs to use common sense around fire.

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No. Whilst there are dogs and a range of animals on the premises, we need to protect their safety, so please make alternative arrangements for your pooch and/or pussy or any other pet, whilst you are at NMF. We simply cannot manage a situation where we allow everybody who comes along to bring their pooch, as the dogs out of their own territory would be fighting and barking all the time and this is not restful for anybody.

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Yes! We would love for anyone to serenade us with their talents while we relax in the hammocks drinking cocktails and margaritas.
If you are an actual band / DJ, or have some kind of performance you would like to do at NudeManFest, we would be interested in you coming along and putting on a bit of a show for us. Contact us to discuss.

Category: What to Bring

You will need to bring a tent, air mattress (if you don’t have an air pump, someone will be able to lend you theirs), sleeping bag / blankets, pillows etc. Bring clothes in case it gets cold at night. If you have booked to sleep in a bunk, only bring sheets/blankets/pillows or sleeping bag. Pack food, drink, sunscreen, towel and shower stuff etc. You should also bring drinking water.

Please do NOT bring any knives or dangerous weapons. For safety reasons we ask campers not to bring any barbecues or gas burners. We provide all cooking facilities, crockery and cutlery.

Category: What to Bring

There is plenty of room if you want to bring a caravan or motor home, but we cannot offer you power. Refrigeration and cooking facilities are available in the communal areas. We ask that no generators are used in the main camping area late at night to respect other festival goers’ experiences. If you need power for medical reasons, please contact us in advance to sort out arrangements.

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What to Bring

You will need to bring a tent, air mattress (if you don’t have an air pump, someone will be able to lend you theirs), sleeping bag / blankets etc. Bring clothes in case it gets cold at night. Also pack food, alcohol, sunscreen, towel and shower stuff etc… You may want to bring drinking water. Filtered water from the creek is provided at the camp grounds. The festival will provide a number of facilities and utilities, including barbecues, urns for coffee / tea, toasters and a cool room/fridges. We will ask campers not to bring any barbecues or gas burners for safety reasons. We provide all cooking facilities.

We have a great cooking kithcen area with a number of barbecues, including space for vegetarians only. There is a commercial kitchen with full facilities that everyone is welcome to use. Including a microwave, kettle, sink and dishwasher for washing up and ample cleaning products as well as a range of cooking utensils to prepare food on the barbecue. There is plenty of crockery, cutlery and drinkware. For safety reasons, we ask you to leave all barbecue, gas burners and cooking facilities at home and come use ours. We have plenty of room for everybody. You only need to bring food and alcohol. Everything else is provided.

For those who wish to book bunks, a mattress with sheet and pillow is provided, but you might prefer to bring your own pillow and you will need to provide your own doona or sleeping bag or sheets or blankets.

There are lots of places to keep warm and dry at NudeManFest. Check the weather forecast in advance and bring some warm clothes, gumboots and umbrella if it is appropriate, but unless extremely unusual weather conditions occur, the festival will continue on, rain or shine. If it is cold, you are more than welcome to rug up – you don’t have to remain naked the whole time if you are cold.

Categories: General, What to Bring

The parking area is close to the camping areas. We will request all visitors park in the designated area, once you’ve unloaded your tent and other equipment. We ask that cars are kept off the camp site to keep the area clean and healthy, unless you are towing a caravan or trailor. You can easily walk to your car at any time.

We have a great cooking area with a number of barbecues, including an area for vegetarians only. There are kitchen facilities that everyone is welcome to use, including a microwave, kettle and sink/dishwasher for washing up (cleaning products provided), as well as a range of cooking utensils to prepare food on the barbecue. Depending on the location of the camp, you will be advised whether you need to bring crockery/cutlery/cooking equipment at the time of booking. For safety reasons, we ask you to leave all barbecue, gas burners and cooking facilities at home and use ours. We have plenty of room for everybody. Remember that, during the summer it is often a Total Fire Ban day, so everyone needs to use common sense around fire.

Categories: General, What to Bring

No. Whilst there are dogs and a range of animals on the premises, we need to protect their safety, so please make alternative arrangements for your pooch and/or pussy or any other pet, whilst you are at NMF. We simply cannot manage a situation where we allow everybody who comes along to bring their pooch, as the dogs out of their own territory would be fighting and barking all the time and this is not restful for anybody.

Category: What to Bring

Yes! We would love for anyone to serenade us with their talents while we relax in the hammocks drinking cocktails and margaritas.
If you are an actual band / DJ, or have some kind of performance you would like to do at NudeManFest, we would be interested in you coming along and putting on a bit of a show for us. Contact us to discuss.

Category: What to Bring

You will need to bring a tent, air mattress (if you don’t have an air pump, someone will be able to lend you theirs), sleeping bag / blankets, pillows etc. Bring clothes in case it gets cold at night. If you have booked to sleep in a bunk, only bring sheets/blankets/pillows or sleeping bag. Pack food, drink, sunscreen, towel and shower stuff etc. You should also bring drinking water.

Please do NOT bring any knives or dangerous weapons. For safety reasons we ask campers not to bring any barbecues or gas burners. We provide all cooking facilities, crockery and cutlery.

Category: What to Bring

There is plenty of room if you want to bring a caravan or motor home, but we cannot offer you power. Refrigeration and cooking facilities are available in the communal areas. We ask that no generators are used in the main camping area late at night to respect other festival goers’ experiences. If you need power for medical reasons, please contact us in advance to sort out arrangements.

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Accommodation

You will need to bring a tent, air mattress (if you don’t have an air pump, someone will be able to lend you theirs), sleeping bag / blankets etc. Bring clothes in case it gets cold at night. Also pack food, alcohol, sunscreen, towel and shower stuff etc… You may want to bring drinking water. Filtered water from the creek is provided at the camp grounds. The festival will provide a number of facilities and utilities, including barbecues, urns for coffee / tea, toasters and a cool room/fridges. We will ask campers not to bring any barbecues or gas burners for safety reasons. We provide all cooking facilities.

We have a great cooking kithcen area with a number of barbecues, including space for vegetarians only. There is a commercial kitchen with full facilities that everyone is welcome to use. Including a microwave, kettle, sink and dishwasher for washing up and ample cleaning products as well as a range of cooking utensils to prepare food on the barbecue. There is plenty of crockery, cutlery and drinkware. For safety reasons, we ask you to leave all barbecue, gas burners and cooking facilities at home and come use ours. We have plenty of room for everybody. You only need to bring food and alcohol. Everything else is provided.

For those who wish to book bunks, a mattress with sheet and pillow is provided, but you might prefer to bring your own pillow and you will need to provide your own doona or sleeping bag or sheets or blankets.

There are lots of places to keep warm and dry at NudeManFest. Check the weather forecast in advance and bring some warm clothes, gumboots and umbrella if it is appropriate, but unless extremely unusual weather conditions occur, the festival will continue on, rain or shine. If it is cold, you are more than welcome to rug up – you don’t have to remain naked the whole time if you are cold.

Categories: General, What to Bring

The parking area is close to the camping areas. We will request all visitors park in the designated area, once you’ve unloaded your tent and other equipment. We ask that cars are kept off the camp site to keep the area clean and healthy, unless you are towing a caravan or trailor. You can easily walk to your car at any time.

We have a great cooking area with a number of barbecues, including an area for vegetarians only. There are kitchen facilities that everyone is welcome to use, including a microwave, kettle and sink/dishwasher for washing up (cleaning products provided), as well as a range of cooking utensils to prepare food on the barbecue. Depending on the location of the camp, you will be advised whether you need to bring crockery/cutlery/cooking equipment at the time of booking. For safety reasons, we ask you to leave all barbecue, gas burners and cooking facilities at home and use ours. We have plenty of room for everybody. Remember that, during the summer it is often a Total Fire Ban day, so everyone needs to use common sense around fire.

Categories: General, What to Bring

No. Whilst there are dogs and a range of animals on the premises, we need to protect their safety, so please make alternative arrangements for your pooch and/or pussy or any other pet, whilst you are at NMF. We simply cannot manage a situation where we allow everybody who comes along to bring their pooch, as the dogs out of their own territory would be fighting and barking all the time and this is not restful for anybody.

Category: What to Bring

Yes! We would love for anyone to serenade us with their talents while we relax in the hammocks drinking cocktails and margaritas.
If you are an actual band / DJ, or have some kind of performance you would like to do at NudeManFest, we would be interested in you coming along and putting on a bit of a show for us. Contact us to discuss.

Category: What to Bring

You will need to bring a tent, air mattress (if you don’t have an air pump, someone will be able to lend you theirs), sleeping bag / blankets, pillows etc. Bring clothes in case it gets cold at night. If you have booked to sleep in a bunk, only bring sheets/blankets/pillows or sleeping bag. Pack food, drink, sunscreen, towel and shower stuff etc. You should also bring drinking water.

Please do NOT bring any knives or dangerous weapons. For safety reasons we ask campers not to bring any barbecues or gas burners. We provide all cooking facilities, crockery and cutlery.

Category: What to Bring

There is plenty of room if you want to bring a caravan or motor home, but we cannot offer you power. Refrigeration and cooking facilities are available in the communal areas. We ask that no generators are used in the main camping area late at night to respect other festival goers’ experiences. If you need power for medical reasons, please contact us in advance to sort out arrangements.

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Travel

You will need to bring a tent, air mattress (if you don’t have an air pump, someone will be able to lend you theirs), sleeping bag / blankets etc. Bring clothes in case it gets cold at night. Also pack food, alcohol, sunscreen, towel and shower stuff etc… You may want to bring drinking water. Filtered water from the creek is provided at the camp grounds. The festival will provide a number of facilities and utilities, including barbecues, urns for coffee / tea, toasters and a cool room/fridges. We will ask campers not to bring any barbecues or gas burners for safety reasons. We provide all cooking facilities.

We have a great cooking kithcen area with a number of barbecues, including space for vegetarians only. There is a commercial kitchen with full facilities that everyone is welcome to use. Including a microwave, kettle, sink and dishwasher for washing up and ample cleaning products as well as a range of cooking utensils to prepare food on the barbecue. There is plenty of crockery, cutlery and drinkware. For safety reasons, we ask you to leave all barbecue, gas burners and cooking facilities at home and come use ours. We have plenty of room for everybody. You only need to bring food and alcohol. Everything else is provided.

For those who wish to book bunks, a mattress with sheet and pillow is provided, but you might prefer to bring your own pillow and you will need to provide your own doona or sleeping bag or sheets or blankets.

There are lots of places to keep warm and dry at NudeManFest. Check the weather forecast in advance and bring some warm clothes, gumboots and umbrella if it is appropriate, but unless extremely unusual weather conditions occur, the festival will continue on, rain or shine. If it is cold, you are more than welcome to rug up – you don’t have to remain naked the whole time if you are cold.

Categories: General, What to Bring

The parking area is close to the camping areas. We will request all visitors park in the designated area, once you’ve unloaded your tent and other equipment. We ask that cars are kept off the camp site to keep the area clean and healthy, unless you are towing a caravan or trailor. You can easily walk to your car at any time.

We have a great cooking area with a number of barbecues, including an area for vegetarians only. There are kitchen facilities that everyone is welcome to use, including a microwave, kettle and sink/dishwasher for washing up (cleaning products provided), as well as a range of cooking utensils to prepare food on the barbecue. Depending on the location of the camp, you will be advised whether you need to bring crockery/cutlery/cooking equipment at the time of booking. For safety reasons, we ask you to leave all barbecue, gas burners and cooking facilities at home and use ours. We have plenty of room for everybody. Remember that, during the summer it is often a Total Fire Ban day, so everyone needs to use common sense around fire.

Categories: General, What to Bring

No. Whilst there are dogs and a range of animals on the premises, we need to protect their safety, so please make alternative arrangements for your pooch and/or pussy or any other pet, whilst you are at NMF. We simply cannot manage a situation where we allow everybody who comes along to bring their pooch, as the dogs out of their own territory would be fighting and barking all the time and this is not restful for anybody.

Category: What to Bring

Yes! We would love for anyone to serenade us with their talents while we relax in the hammocks drinking cocktails and margaritas.
If you are an actual band / DJ, or have some kind of performance you would like to do at NudeManFest, we would be interested in you coming along and putting on a bit of a show for us. Contact us to discuss.

Category: What to Bring

You will need to bring a tent, air mattress (if you don’t have an air pump, someone will be able to lend you theirs), sleeping bag / blankets, pillows etc. Bring clothes in case it gets cold at night. If you have booked to sleep in a bunk, only bring sheets/blankets/pillows or sleeping bag. Pack food, drink, sunscreen, towel and shower stuff etc. You should also bring drinking water.

Please do NOT bring any knives or dangerous weapons. For safety reasons we ask campers not to bring any barbecues or gas burners. We provide all cooking facilities, crockery and cutlery.

Category: What to Bring

There is plenty of room if you want to bring a caravan or motor home, but we cannot offer you power. Refrigeration and cooking facilities are available in the communal areas. We ask that no generators are used in the main camping area late at night to respect other festival goers’ experiences. If you need power for medical reasons, please contact us in advance to sort out arrangements.

Categories: General, What to Bring

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