Glenworth Valley is a privately owned property, near the Central Coast in NSW. It is a lush, green valley bordered by bushland, with a river running the length of the valley.
There are some important factors about the property that you will need to know:
IT WILL RAIN! It is also likely to get cold. Ensure that you take appropriate precautions against cold and wet.
The road from the entrance to Glenworth Valley to the area where we will be camping requires Extreme caution of all drivers entering and exiting the site.
The site is also used to graze livestock. Please be careful with broken glass and cigarette ends. You wouldn’t want to eat these things, and neither do horses and cows.
Mobile phone coverage is dependent on your carrier so please check as there is no public phone at the corral/office. This matter is beyond the control of the Stewards.
The acoustics of the valley mean that sound does carry around the site. Please be considerate of others and keep the noise down after 12.00am and before 7.00 am in the morning around the village green and at all times around the camping areas.
Note that the F1 is notorious for its bumper-to-bumper traffic over public holidays. If you are determined to avoid traffic, you may want to schedule your travelling time by checking the RTA website.
There is no power available to the site.
There are a number of streams running through the Festival site. Care needs to be taken when crossing the streams, please use the bridge provided. Children must be under adult supervision, especially if they are playing near water.
More information on the site can be found here: www.glenworth.com.au