Accommodation fills up fast in and around Nannup during the festival, so don’t delay booking.



The Nannup Music Club Inc and the Nannup Recreation Centre, run the Festival Campground at the Nannup Golf Course (next to the Nannup REC Centre, see map).
The main festival site is set up within a road closure. If you’re camping with us, you can park your car at the Festival Campground, next to your camp. Push bikes, our Cruisy Bus and strolling through town or the bush are recommended, but you’re welcome to drive your car closer to the main festival site if you need to. There’s plenty of free parking around town for festival goers. Please be respectful of local businesses and homes when finding a spot.

From Friday 9am.

Monday noon at the latest.

Toilets and showers are provided.

All sites are unpowered. Generators are allowed in a designated area only and need to be turned off by 10pm.

Caravans, camper trailers, motorhomes, vans, buses welcome. Please note that the only dump point in Nannup is not accessible during the Nannup Music Festival. Find more available dump points here.

Campfires are not permitted at our Campground; the Festival runs during a Restricted or Total Fire Ban (dates are subject to seasonal change).

Please be respectful of other campers. No music or loud conversations after midnight.

Camping Ticket sales usually open on 1st November. You can buy them online prior to the Festival, at our Ticket Office or at the Campground entrance on the day.

Our Cruisy Bus is a continuous shuttle service between the Festival Campground and the Festival Ticket Office, by gold coin donation (or equivalent).

Bus stops are located at the Recreation Centre and Outside the Festival Ticket Office on Warren Road.

No children may travel on the bus unless accompanied by an adult. All passengers must be seated at all times and use the seat belts provided. Gold coin donation (or equivalent) is from each passenger for each trip.


Camp in ultimate luxury and style. Arrive to a beautiful Bell tent pitched just for you at the Glamping Village in Nannup (Nannup REC Centre). Complete with comfy bed(s), crisp white linen, bunting and fairy lights, our bells are the perfect ‘home away from home’ while you enjoy a full weekend of music and festival fun. Our exclusive, fenced off village includes toilet facilities and a communal campers kitchen area - including tea and coffee facilities and charging points - providing a place to relax and meet fellow glampers in between catching your favourite acts. Free parking space for glampers will be available nearby.


More of a wilderness type? Find info about campgrounds around Nannup on the Parks and Wildlife website. Please note that Council does not allow free camping in the Town of Nannup. Please respect private property, local residents and businesses.


Nannup and the surrounding areas host a wide range of accommodation, from a caravan park to camping on private properties to luxury Bed and Breakfast. Historically Nannup is the place travelers stayed to break their journey, or a base to explore the South West…

For more info please contact the Nannup Visitors Centre on (08) 9756 1018.



Nestled between Bridgetown, Nannup and Manjimup in tall Karri country, the Village is a heritage-listed former timber mill town with 35 charming workers cottages available for hire. Each cottage is self-contained and fully equipped for holidays.


Located in the centre of the South West just 17kms south of Nannup. Experience a tree change on a quiet and peaceful property with Jarrah & Marri bush and Blackwood River frontage. Within an hour’s drive to a variety of wineries, boutique breweries and galleries you can venture to a new destination everyday. Relax on the deck of a Canadian Cedar loft cabin or Billabong Cottage. We are a Farm Stay.


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