Travel & Accom.


(All Ages)

Situated on the banks of Berry’s idyllic Broughton Creek, Rivercamp is Fairgrounds’ own campsite. Located just a few minutes shuttle ride away from the main site, there are a range of camping options to choose from, along with activities including YOGA, massage, lawn games and supervised river swimming. With onsite facilities dedicated to our campers, Rivercamp is the perfect place for groups of friends, families and everyone in between. We have food and drinks vendors, hot showers, medical and a general store to make your camping experience a safe and enjoyable one.

With a range of flexible camping options on offer, it means there’s a bed for everyone at Rivercamp, no matter what your budget or needs. Choose from pitch-your-own, pre-assembled tent and bedding packages, or a luxury bell tent experience. For infants, ages 0-2, you will be required to bring your own travel cots; these are not supplied and can not be rented.

Rivercamp entry is exclusively available to Fairgrounds festival ticket holders. If you are planning on staying at Rivercamp, you will be required to purchase both a FESTIVAL TICKET + A CAMPING PASS. All adults, youth and children 12 and under must hold these tickets. These tickets cover festival entry, campsite pass, use of campground facilities and use of the complimentary shuttle bus which runs on a loop between Rivercamp and the festival during festival hours. Infants, ages 0-2, do not require a camping pass but do require a festival ticket (there is no charge for this ticket, we just require an indication on numbers for safety purposes).

If you have already purchased your Fairgrounds ticket and wish to add camping, we have camping passes available HERE.


All Rivercamp patrons are required to purchase both a FESTIVAL ENTRY + A CAMPING PASS via Moshtix to gain access to both Fairgrounds and Rivercamp.

Have you already bought a festival ticket and have now decided to camp? That’s fine! You can easily add an Adult, Youth or Child CAMPING TICKET (until sold out). Just remember, you’ll need to present a festival ticket in addition to a camping ticket to get access to Rivercamp. Guests are not permitted at the campground.

If you wish to upgrade your camping experience at Rivercamp, we’re happy to present the following options for all festival goers:

Purchase a pre-assembled tent with our trusted tent supplier HERE.
Or book a stay with our deluxe bell tent provider click HERE.

Need to zen out before you rock out? Roaming Yogis are returning in 2019 to run a yoga class on Saturday morning. Bookings are required and can be made HERE.


Fairgrounds campground Rivercamp is available for check-in between the following times:

Friday 6 December: 12:00pm – 11:00pm

Saturday 7 December: 9:00am – 12:00pm

Sunday 8 December: Check out by 3pm

Maps and further camping information will be provided to ticket holders closer to the event. Please make sure you read our FAQs for answers on some commonly asked questions.

Rivercamp tent sites are 4m x 4m (16m²) and are for tents only. Cars are parked a short distance from the campsite on the same property. If you are planning on bringing a campervan or trailer, we’re sorry, we do not allow recreational vehicles inside Rivercamp, nor can we allow people to sleep in their vehicles in the Rivercamp car park; but don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. We recommend checking out these nearby holiday parks which are located at the townships on our local shuttle routes making your travel to and from the festival really easy.

Seven Mile Beach Holiday Park, Gerroa (official shuttle stop)

Discovery Holiday Park, Gerroa

Werri Beach Holiday Park, Gerringong

Mountain View Resort, Shoalhaven Heads (official shuttle stop)

Shoalhaven Heads Holiday Park, Shoalhaven Heads



Make a weekend out of your festival experience by staying in the Shoalhaven with lots of travel options for families, groups and different budgets. In the Shoalhaven you’ll have access to surfing and snorkelling spots, pristine white sand beaches (Seven Mile Beach is well worth a visit) and inland waterways for swimming, fishing and kayaking. Plus some of NSW’s most astounding national parks full of walks and wildlife, and an award-winning gourmet food scene.

For tailored accommodation options for festival-goers, check out Shoalhaven Tourism’s visitors website: VISIT SHOALHAVEN.

For more information about getting to the festival from the locations within the Shoalhaven click HERE.


Fairgrounds’ hometown is a true country gem with a welcoming community, a historic main street lined with vintage, arts and music shops, cafes, delis, bakeries, ice-cream parlours and local providores offering lovingly-prepared food, nearby wineries and beautiful surrounding countryside. If you’re lucky enough to nab a spot to stay in Berry, you’ll be within walking distance of the festival.

For local accommodation check out:


Home Away

Berry Getaways

Mt Hay Retreat

Berry Town’s Listing Board

Berry Boutique Motel

Kangaroo Valley Escapes


The nearby coastal towns of Gerringong and Gerroa offer Fairgrounds patrons the opportunity to enjoy a beautiful South Coast beach stay. Making things even easier, our shuttles provide a scenic shuttle ride between the area and Fairgrounds during event hours.

For accommodation check out:


Home Away

South Coast Holidays

Park Ridge Retreat

Werri Beach Holiday Park

Seven Mile Beach Holiday Park

Discovery Parks Gerroa

For more information about getting to the festival from Gerringong and Gerroa, click HERE.


Kiama lies on the coast, just north of Berry and is a very short drive or train ride to central Berry and Fairgrounds. It has a range of stunning patrolled beaches, National Parks to explore, cliff top walks to amble along and that legendary blowhole. Plus there’s Sunday markets, art trails and cafes to discover and much more. Better still, there’s a range of accommodation to suit most needs and budgets and plenty to do before and after the Festival to help you enjoy your Fairgrounds weekend.

For accommodation check out:

The Sebel Harbourside Kiama

Terralong Terrace Apartments

The Bellevue

Kiama Harbour Cabins

Kendalls on The Beach

For more information about getting to the festival from Kiama, click HERE.


Shoalhaven Heads is a short shuttle ride from Fairgrounds. The town is situated near the historic Coolangatta Winery, at the southern end of Seven Mile Beach – the most famous beach in the Shoalhaven – and on the mouth of the sparkling Shoalhaven River.

For accommodation check out:

Bangalay Luxury Villas

Mountain View Resort

Holiday Haven

Tall Timbers Caravan Park

For more information about getting to the festival from Shoalhaven Heads, click HERE.


Shoalhaven’s main town is just a 15 minute shuttle ride from Fairgrounds. Nowra sits on the banks of the beautiful Shoalhaven River, close to wineries and gorgeous beaches and is an official stop with the Fairgrounds shuttle service. Visitors can enjoy award winning restaurants, river cruises, kayaking, bushwalking and climbing.

For accommodation check out:

Quest Apartments

Pleasant Way River Lodge

Parkhaven Resort

Nightcap at Archer Hotel

Balan Village Motel

Springs Resort

For more information about getting to the festival from Nowra, click HERE.


The historic neighbouring country township of Kangaroo Valley is just a 20 minute drive from Fairgrounds and offers camping, cabin, farm stays and luxury accommodation.

For accommodation check out:

Visit Kangaroo Valley




Fairgrounds’ official shuttle services to/from the festival stop in Gerringong, Gerroa, Shoalhaven Heads and Nowra, and operate during event hours. Shuttles run on a loop and are on a first come, first serve basis. The timetable will be released in mid November.

Adults, Youth and Children 12 & Under are advised to book a ticket in advance to avoid disappointment as shuttle capacities are limited. Please note, you must have a FESTIVAL ENTRY and a SHUTTLE TICKET to access the shuttles. You shuttle ticket can be purchased along with your event ticket from MOSHTIX.
The festival’s Babes In Arms policy applies for shuttle services too. Any child 2 years and under will be permitted entry free of charge.



There is a free Fairgrounds’ shuttle service operating to/from Rivercamp for all campers. This service is a complementary part of your FESTIVAL ENTRY + CAMPING TICKET. Shuttles will run on a loop between the campground and the festival from Friday afternoon, through to midday on Sunday. Noting that the Sunday service will run between Rivercamp and Berry’s Queen Street.




Berry train station is located right next to Fairgrounds, but please be aware that the service times around the festival are limited. As such, we strongly encourage patrons to car-pool and drive to and from the festival.

For the most current information on local train services please visit the NSW TRANSPORT website or visit the Transport NSW Apps page HERE to download the best option straight to your device for up to date schedules and live transport updates closer to the event.




On both Friday and Saturday, ample free parking will be available at our two designated Fairgrounds carparks. These are both an easy and short stroll to the Festival’s front gate. Please note that patrons will be advised and this section will be updated on any wet weather contingency plans.

Utilising our festival shuttle services or travelling by car are our suggested modes of transport getting to/from Berry.

Carpark maps, open times and directions will be provided closer to the event.

See our FAQ for more information.