Car passes now on sale for Falls Festival Byron Bay punters!

Good news all ye set to drive on up to the Falls Festival in Byron Bay this December! Car passes have now been made available to all ticket holders meaning that you can now camp with your cars, saving a dreaded lug of camp gear from car to campsite. Once you’re parked in however, you’ll be unable to drive out until January 3rd, so choose your spot wisely.

Punters will need to pre-purchase these passes however, as the festival’s system is encouraging less cars on the roads and on the site during the event in a move to create more space. Also applying to Falls Festival Lorne, the car passes also come with some sweet deals; if you’re camping and arrive with three or more people in the vehicle, you get a full refund of the car pass, while day ticket holders with four or more in their vehicle are eligible to get their sweet cash back!

For those hitting up the festival in Byron Bay, the crew at the festival have linked up with the legends at Brunswick Heads to schedule various shuttle buses to and from the beach and Byron itself throughout the entirety of the festival so you can hit the ocean for a break if it’s up your alley. Regular shuttles are also available for Lorne, while the beach in Marion Bay is only a 15 minute walk from the festival site.

For those of you still deciding on whether or not the Falls Festival is the place for you this New Year’s, there are still tickets on sale for the events in Byron Bay and Marion Bay. To find out more about accommodation and transport options to and from each, head to the Falls Festival website!

FALLS FESTIVAL 2015/2016 DATES

December 28th – January 1st | Lorne, VIC | SOLD OUT

December 29th – January 1st | Marion Bay, TAS | All Ages, Kids U12 Free

December 31st – January 3rd | Byron Bay, NSW | 18+

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