Wallaby Creek Festival is a 3 day celebration of music and the arts on Wallaby Creek at the bridge, surrounded by the beautiful wet tropics rainforest of Tropical North Queensland.
Wallaby Creek Festival is a 3 day celebration of music and the arts, on Wallaby Creek at the bridge, 720 Shiptons Flat Road, surrounded by the beautiful wet tropics rainforest of Tropical North Queensland. The festival has been held in the middle week of the September school holidays each year at Rossville, just south of Cooktown
Wallaby Creek Festival is a multicultural, family-friendly and community orientated event with a relaxed, nurturing, intimate atmosphere.
The three day program offers original music on two main stages, a third stage and jam/chalkboard stage, with something for everyone. Poets Breakfasts and a packed workshops schedule, Circus, Dance, Roving street theatre, a complete Children’s Festival, delicious food stalls, healing spaces & market stalls and croc free swimming in the Wallaby Creek and the Annan River, complement the entertainment. Camping is included in the three day festival with bush showers and toilets.
- Available online
- Adult $220
- Youth (13-17 yrs) = $110
- Family (2 adults + 2 youth) = $480
- Children (under 12) = $5
- Local discounted rates available (ID required)
- Tickets available at the gate, visit the website for full prices
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