Fear not - we've got you covered for cash at #Inland2017 with the boys from Trailer Cash on-site with not 1 but 2 ATM machines dishing up the dosh.
Tickets will be available at the Inland Box Office front entry on both days of the festival. The Box Office will open at 4pm on Fri 3rd Nov & from midday on Sat 4th Nov. Best to buy online as you'll save a few dollars to put towards a Betoota Bitter during the course of the weekend!
GATE TICKET PRICES AS FOLLOWS:
- FRIDAY/SATURDAY ADULT DAY PASS = $75
- FRIDAY/SATURDAY CONCESSION DAY PASS = $55
- FRIDAY/SATURDAY CHILD (12 & UNDER) DAY PASS = $20
- WEEKEND (2-DAY) ADULT PASS = $110
- WEEKEND (2-DAY) CONCESSION PASS = $80
- WEEKEND (2-DAY) CHILD PASS = $25
*Valid concession card must be produced to gain concession price/s.
While Mount Panorama is right on Bathurst's doorstep, the festival site which sits at the summit can be a tricky place to get to or from - particularly after dark. Problem solved!
The #Inland2017 FREE shuttle buses are locked & loaded along with a detailed timetable so you can time your run up to Inland & back!
CLICK HERE for shuttle bus timetable.
CLICK HERE to download our FREE Inland Shuttle bus timetable.
Mount Panorama is a 5-10min drive from Bathurst's CBD. Head south on William St. and follow it right through to Murray's Corner at the start of Pit Straight. Head left up Conrod, or turn right up Pit Straight and follow the race circuit around until you hit Brock's Skyline (you'll know when you're there!). Turn into McPhillamy Park and follow the signs. There will be ample car parking on-site within a close walk of the festival site.
Please don't - particularly at night after the event. Its a lot further than you think and the circuit can get narrow in parts. We'll do our utmost to have a ready supply of taxis on standby at the event's conclusion + our FREE Inland shuttle will crank up upon close.
The festival site will be accessible to wheelchair bound patrons although the nature of the festival site and surrounding areas is best described as flat but uneven terrain. There is disabled parking available close to the festival entry point (follow signs) along with a wheelchair accessible toilet. A main stage viewing area will be set to one side of the Wahluu stage.
Companion cards are accepted at Inland 2017. Please ensure your companion brings identification with them to avoid issues at the Box Office.