Can I bring dogs into the festival?

Due to there being lots of families, children and food, we ask that you don’t bring dogs into the festival area. The only exception are those dogs entering in the ‘Dog Jumping Competition’. They will need to enter a designated gate and cannot enter the festival area apart from the sectioned off area for the competition.

 

Is fire wood supplied?

Yes, firewood is supplied for the festival for cooking, however if you are camping you will need to supply your own.

 

Am I allowed to have a fire in the camping grounds?

Yes, but only small fires that provide warmth and for cooking. Fires must be kept safe and have a clearing to ensure the fire does not get out of hand.

 

Can I bring alcohol into the festival?

No.The festival is strictly no BYO alcohol. The festival licence also stipulates no glass. Patrons will be checked at the gate and any alcohol will be confiscated. There will be a full bar operating at the festival, with all proceeds going to Bush Tucker Day Inc.

 

Are children aged under 5 free?

Yes. Kids that are under 5 years of age are free. They can be entertained in the Kid’s Corner from 11am! Check the full festival program for full details and times.

 

Are there ATMs available?

There are no ATMs at the Showground, however there are facilities to withdraw cash at the Trundle Hotel, Lucky 7 Store and the Trundle Services and Citizens Club.

 

Can I purchase merchandise at the Festival?

Yes, we have a merchandise tent selling t-shirts, caps, hats, stubby holders, aprons, cook books and more.

 

What can I eat at Trundle Bush Tucker Day?

We strongly encourage everyone to cook their own tucker at Bush Tucker Day – to really get in the spirit of the day! If this isn’t possible, then we have food options that range from $3. This includes a BBQ, pizza, homemade lemonade, gourmet sausage sandwiches and more.

 

 

What do I need to bring?

If you are cooking, you need to bring all of your cooking gear – camp oven, utensils, ingredients, etc. We supply the coals and the dirt to dig a hole!

If you are not cooking, then just bring a good hat (it’s usually a cracker of a day in September in Trundle) your camera and a big smile.