Location & Directions
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ConFest Google Maps Location
Click here to view the ConFest location on Google Maps.
Map of the Event Grounds
As the event draws closer, a map will be released which details the event grounds.
The map includes information about the location of various camping options, toilets, first aid, info tent and other resources relevant to ConFest.
Weekly bus From Swan Hill to Moulamein
Wakool Shire office and Swan Hill Visitors Information Centre now have the following information:
A bus departs from outside the Swan Hill Visitors Information Centre, in Campbell Street, directly across from the train station, for Moulamein, each Thursday only. Departing at 1.30pm it arrives at Moulamein at 2.30pm, passing by the ConFest site. The Adult fare is $7-00.
It is a private business service and as seating is limited, advance bookings are required. Phone Wayne or Andrea DAVIES on 0431 593 155 to make a reservation and for any further information on the bus service eg when does it depart Moulamein for Swan Hill?
Carpooling and Transport Forum
Looking for a lift or have one to offer? Visit our Carpooling Facebook Group to view and post regarding carpooling and transport to ConFest. You may just find that lift you're looking for or be able to help out someone in need.
Special Information for Arriving at Night
Please take in to consideration that if you arrive at night, the front gate is locked for safety reasons.
People arriving at night are asked to park at the front gate for the duration of the night.
If arriving at night, please be prepared to either camp by/in your car or grab your gear to walk on to the site grounds.
If you are arriving after dusk, please be mindful of the kangaroos on the road
To find out more about arriving at night for ConFest, please read the arriving at night page.
The ConFest site is situated 13km from Moulamein in NSW on Pretty Pine Road (the one to Deniliquin). Please remember if you are heading up from Melbourne, please DO NOT bring fruit and seeded vegetables as you will cross the fruit fly exclusion zone. Fresh produce can be purchased in Deniliquin, Kerang and a limited amount in Moulamein.
Driving to site
From Melbourne - via Echuca and Deniliquin 385km
Take the M31 from Melbourne (Hume Hwy) and take the exit B75 (Cobb Hwy) to Echuca. Continue on the B75 to Deniliquin (these are the last shops before ConFest).
From Deniliquin follow the B75 north of town and turn left at Pretty Pine towards Moulamein. The festival is around 70km along this road on the left hand side.
From Melbourne - via Kerang and Moulamein 373km
Take the M79 (Calder Fwy) from Melbourne and continue along the A79 past Bendigo. Turn right into the C274 towards Serpentine and follow B260 towards Kerang. From Kerang head to Barham along the C264 and from Barham take Moulamein Rd following signs to Moulamein. In Moulamein follow signs to Deniliquin, festival site is short drive on the right.
From Sydney - via Hay 855km
From Sydney take the M5 to the M31 (towards Canberra). Continue on the M31 until past Gundagai and take the A20 towards Wagga Wagga. Continue on the A20 to Hay and take the B75 towards Deniliquin. At Booroorban turn left at Booroorban Tchelery Rd and follow to a T junction. Turn left onto Moulamein Rd and follow to Moulamein. From Moulamein the festival site is just a short drive down Pretty Pine Road towards Deniliquin.
From Adelaid- via Ouyen 552km
From Adelaid take the M1 towards Melbourne and exit on to the B12 (Mallee Hwy) towards Ouyen (google Ouyen Zombie Apolocolypse as you drive through). From Ouyen continue on the B12 and cross the Murray River at Tooleybuc. After 17km turn right onto Kyalite Rd towards Moulamein. In Moulamein follow signs to Deniliquin, festival site is short drive on the right.
Public transport is limited in the area. Buses run to Echuca and Swan Hill, but it is still a long way to get to site from there. If you are without your own transport then the easiest way to get up there is to car pool. Check out the facebook group ConFest Car Share and see if you can catch a lift. People come from all around Australia and car sharing is not only environmentally friendly, but a great way to make a new friend. If you have spare seats in your car, why not offer someone a lift?