There is bore water available on site, which is fully potable, and is already plumbed into the main buildings, cabin groups, showers and toilets. There are also three stand points.
The site is a low fire risk area. It rarely reaches above the High Fire Danger zone, and only in January. Ten fire pits are already set up around the site, with large logs set up as seating around the fires. Where there is no fire pit, Wombaroo has requested campsites use either a brazier or an above-ground fire pit with appropriate ground protection.
There are twenty permanent toilets on site, eight in the main building, and the others in blocks throughout the accommodation. These are reserved for those staying in the bunkrooms. For all others, there are portaloos throughout the site, including portaloos with disability access to the east of the Village Green, and near the gate, and toilets with disability access behind the Great Hall.
There are twenty showers on site with unlimited gas hot water systems. Please note that use of the showers is mostly restricted to those in dorm accommodation. The exception is the shower block behind the Great Hall between 6-8am, and between 6-8pm ONLY. This block is also available for family units (i.e. young children with their parents) and people with disabilities outside of those times.
There is a general rubbish skip near the Great Hall where all campsites can dump their rubbish. Recycling will be collected from the communal bins on the Village Green and near portaloo blocks. The bins in the toilets and outside the cabins will be emptied by Wombaroo staff daily. Campsites will need to bring their own bins.
Electricity is limited to the Guild Hall, the conference rooms, and some of the cabins. Powerpoints in the Guild Hall are not for personal use – they get overloaded easily.
There are SCA-owned shipping containers on site for permanent storage, paid on a square-meter basis by prior arrangement.