Getting Here

Nannup is part of Noongar Boodjar land, which extends from north of Jurien Bay, inland to north of Moora across and down to the southern coast east of Esperance and is home to 14 language groups. Nannup town is situated on the lands of the Bibbulmun people and the north side of the Blackwood river (Bilyar Goorbillyup) becomes Wardandi country.

The Shire of Nannup encompasses the beautiful town of Nannup in the South West’s Blackwood Valley. It is bounded by the Shires of Augusta – Margaret River to the west, Manjimup to the south-east, Bridgetown – Greenbushes to the north-east, Donnybrook – Balingup to the north and Busselton to the north-west. The Southern Ocean defines the southern boundary.

We love, honour and cherish this place and we trust that it will be respected and nurtured far into the future. We are of this land, therefore we are all responsible to honour and respect both the land and those who come from it. All of us – Together.

Parking

The main festival site is set up within a road closure.
 
If you’re camping or glamping with us, you can park your car at the Festival Campground (Nannup REC Centre). 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 visitors. Please be respectful of local businesses and homes when finding a spot.
 
ACROD Parking available.                   
 
If you are an artist or stallholder, you will receive parking and camping information as part of your info package.

Ride Sharing

As part of our sustainability efforts, we encourage ride sharing as a way of reducing carbon emissions related to our Festival. Why not fill your empty car seats and share the experience with some new faces? Not only would you be doing your bit to help the environment, but you’d also get to share travel costs, have company for the road trip and even for the whole Festival if you choose to! Head to Coseats.com to share a ride to Nannup.

Things To Do

 

Make Nannup and the Festival part of a longer stay!

Image Credit: Isolated Photography