EarthArtbeat festival Location & Directions
How to find us:
109 Moora rd Mt Toolebewong
Google Maps has good directions here.
From Healesville, turn right into Don Rd.
Travel 8.5km through Badger Creek and up the mountain, you will come to a hairpin bend,
then past Malleson's Lookout and then you will come to Nyora Rd on right hand side
Turn right into Nyora Rd.
Travel 3.5km until a T-intersection on top of mountain.
(Please be VERY Mindful driving on Nyora Rd...It is a narrow, dirt, windy road, please stick well to the left hand side - SLOW! 30kms max! )
Turn right into Moora Rd.
Travel 650m. The entrance to Moora Moora Co-operative Community is on the LEFT.
WELCOME - Please drive in and park in provided sections. 🙂
WHAT TO BRING
CAMPING GEAR - with Warm bedding with underlays
WARM CLOTHES - As we are on top of a mountain, weather can be unpredictable at times, even in Nov. Think warm jackets, beanies, dry socks, rain gear in case.
FESTIVAL DRESS UPS! - Create your own genre, be the one you have always wanted to be! Fully present and awesome!
TORCH - & camp lighting
MONEY - For our amazing selection of Food, Drinks, Brews and elixirs..and maybe even art!
We don't offer an ATM here, and EFTPOS is limited to internet reception (which is ok- depending on your server?) So please bring cash. Nearest ATM is in Healesville.
Please bring an abundance of good energy, smiles, laughter, open heartedness, and a willingness to participate! Together, lets have a fantastic time!
FESTIVAL SITE MAP
NO DOGS OR CATS ALLOWED PLEASE
There is plenty of flat area here on top of Mt Toolebewong for your tent! We will have Camping areas set out for you.
Arrive from 4pm onwards and be prepared for our chilly, fresh, divinely clean mountain air.
We welcome people of all shapes and sizes, but strictly NO Dogs or Cats please.
We are Land for Wildlife, and even if your dog or cat are friendly- they leave scent that scares our wombats and lyrebirds..
You will see plenty of beautiful Australian Native Wildlife during your stay. Wombats, Wallabies, Lyrebirds, Eagles, native Birds, bees etc
Campers agree to take all rubbish home with them and leave the site as they found it.
We will supply clean toilets, and a few showers.
This is a drug free event.