This event has probably been and gone!
Camping on-site = the best option!
This year we have a much bigger space allocated for the camping area. After your feedback last year, we have come up with a system to help you transport your gear from your cars to your campsite. We will have some vehicles to help you carry your camping gear from the entrance to your site.
Refreshment and food stalls, toilets and showers will be available to campers. Security will be onsite.
This year sites will be marked out and will be first in-first served.
To camp on-site you will need to purchase a camping pass as well as your event ticket. Same deal goes for those bringing campervans on-site - each person staying in the campervan will need to purchase an individual camping pass.
Camping passes are exchanged for a camping wrist band when you arrive on site. No camping wrist band = no access to the camp ground.
You can stay for one or two nights, depending on the type of Northern Bass ticket you get. If you want to buy a 2 Day Camping Pass you'll need the Two Day Northern Bass ticket.
• One Day Camping pass: $25
• Two Day Camping pass: $40
When does the campground open?
The campground will open at 9.00am on the 30th December. Those One Day Camping pass holders for 31st December will be only be allowed to enter the campground after 9am on the 31st.
Due to fire risk no gas cookers or open fires of any type are permitted in the campground or anywhere on the festival site.
Northern Bass is a licensed venue - no BYO alcohol. Please see the Northern Bass event page for more info.