Camping, Travel and Info

Jungle Love is on a brand new secret site, Queensland in the Mary Valley region, close to the Sunshine Coast, taking place Nov 29, Nov 30 and Dec 1 in 2018. We have kept the exact location a secret and will reveal by email only to those who have purchased a ticket.

We truly loved the past three years at Borumba Deer Park and they were great to us. We felt it was important to move on purely to avoid the risk of flooding. It's important that swimming is part of the festival, but we needed high ground in case the creek ever wanted to come up. It was with great fortune that we were approached by a most lovely family that had what we were looking for in a site and welcomed us to hold our festival at their home in Imbil. We are truly thankful that this came about and we've really enjoyed working with them throughout the year. They're just such great people.
We do fully encourage you to stay at the Borumba Deer Park on dates outside of the festival. It's a magical slice of paradise and they take campers all year round.

Book Ticket Packages Here

Traveling by Car

​It takes roughly 2.5 hours on a good day from Brisbane to the site and about 70 minutes from Nambour.

Every vehicle coming to site will a Vehicle Pass which can be purchased through the Tickets link. Large vehicles such as Toyota Coasters, or caravans will need to purchase a Large Vehicle Pass.

All vehicles can park in the campgrounds. There are no reserved campgrounds it's first in best dress. There are no powered site either. 

Why the vehicle pass? Two reasons.  It helps reduce environmental impact (less diesel exhaust) and it also helps us make the most use of space on site. It'd be a massive help to us if you call please aim to have at least four people per vehicle travelling up. Pleeease! :)


Traveling by Bus

We have buses to the festival travelling from Bowen Hills in Brisbane, stopping at Nambour station on the way. By taking the bus you’ll reduce your carbon footprint even more and you’ll have a safer journey home on Sunday when you’re fatigued. There will most likely be an RBT/RDT on the road leaving the festival site this year so taking the bus is also a good way to not even have to worry about that when heading home.


Tent City Camping

If you want the luxury of not having to set up a tent and bed or pack it down at the end of the festival and also have the peace of mind knowing your tent is fully waterproof then book a tent through Tent City. You can book via Tent City's website HERE