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WE'RE SUPPORTING A COMMUNITY IN NEED

$5 FROM EVERY FESTIVAL TICKET TO GO TO LOCAL DROUGHT RELIEF FUND



HELP GIVE GOONDIWINDI THE LIFT IT NEEDS!

Sounds From The Borderline is very much invested in the town who will be playing host to the festival who is very much in the height of a horrendous drought situation and the festival organisers are adamant to do all they can in supporting the struggling community, announcing a partnership with local charitable organisation, Care Goondiwindi to assist with raising much needed funds and goods for their Drought Relief campaign.

As part of the partnership, Sounds From The Borderline organisers are donating $5 from every Festival ticket sold to the drought relief fund and also encourages festival attendees to dig deep and drop any spare change in the bins that will be positioned throughout the festival site or to donate goods to help the struggling communities and farmers within the region.

Experience Goondiwindi's amazing hospitality, stay for an extra day or two and spend a few dollars in town. Discover the amazing cafes and restaurants, social dining bar, glorious pubs, unique retail shops, stay in the motels and caravan parks, go on a farm tour, fuel up and most importantly - MEET THE FRIENDLY LOCALS! Come out Friday October 25th and check out Lanescape Festival, a twilight street festival event to celebrate art, community and fun! Complete with Goondiwindi's famously painted Bowen Lane, several local artworks, sculptures, buskers, DJ, plenty of lovely eateries and sample a few drinks.

Can't attend the festival? Feel free to make a donation HERE


ARTISTS

JAMES REYNE
DIESEL

SHANNON NOLL
MOVING PICTURES

BACHELOR GIRL
COLT SEAVERS BAND
ACCOMMODATION

Whatever your taste or budget, you'll be sure to find accommodation options in and around Goondiwindi to suit you...

CAMPING

CAMPING DATES
Onsite camping is available for one or two nights stay over the Festival weekend. Camping access opens 8am Friday 25 October and closes 12pm on Sunday 27 October 2019.

CAMPING FEE
$51.75 Powered Sites & $41.50 Non-powered Sites
Same price if you stay 1 night or 2 nights. Rates are for up to 4 people.

BOOKING TERMS:
+ Check-in from 8:00am on both days and check out by 12:00 midday Sunday 27 October 2019
+ Entry to showground via Boundary Rd (Leichhardt Hwy), Goondiwindi and follow the signs to Camping Zone
+ Sites are 10m x 8m with enough room for a caravan/camper trailer/ 2 tents, awning/pop-up marquee, 1 x vehicle – no more than 4 x persons to each site.
+ Sites are located on the same grounds as the concert.
+ You must have a valid Sounds From the Borderline Music Festival concert entry ticket upon arrival at the showgrounds.
+ You must have a valid Sounds From the Borderline Music Festival concert camping booking receipt upon arrival at the showgrounds.
+ Bookings include hot shower and toilet amenities.
+ Bookings are non-refundable except in the instance of the event being cancelled.
+ Allocation of sites will be undertaken by the camping manager.
+ No animals (except registered assistance animals) are permitted within the site area.
+ Generators can be operated between 8am and 8pm
+ Spaces can't be reserved by camping manager to camp together. Sites must be booked in the same transaction to guaranteed that they are together.
+ No open fires are permitted unless they are contained in a constructed firepit eg. Ozpig or similar. No firewood will be available at camping zone.
+ BYO Alcohol is permitted in the camping area only. Please drink responsibly! Anyone who is intoxicated and causing a nuisance will be removed from the site.
+ No noise will be permitted in the camping area prior to 7.00am and after 10.00pm.
+ In the interest of public safety the speed limit throughout the camping area is walking pace only.
+ Unregistered motorbikes, buggies or other vehicles are not to be used on the concert venue or surrounding property.

FURTHER ENQUIRIES:
Please contact our campign coordinator at events@ausnationalevents.com.au or phone the camping hotline on 0466 968 014 if you have any further questions.

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HOTELS

From farm stays, cottages and country pubs to chic boutique hotels and motels, the Darling Downs region have got your festival accommodation covered.

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SATURDAY OCTOBER 26 2019

TO GO UNTIL SOUNDS FROM THE BORDERline HITS GOONDIWINDI!
LOCATION / GETTING HERE

With five major highways intersecting at Goondiwindi, Goondiwindi is a gateway to the outback and natural access point to Queensland for most interstate travellers, making it easy for everyone to get here. The region is the centre of a vast agricultural and pastoral area, producing cotton, grain, wool, beef, lamb and pork. At every opportunity, we love to incorporate this agricultural theme to make an authentic and genuine country experience for our guests.

The largest urban centre is Goondiwindi with small towns at Inglewood and Texas. Smaller townships and villages are located at Bungunya, Talwood, Toobeah and Yelarbon. The Council area encompasses a total land area of about 19,300 square kilometres with the Queensland/New South Wales border as the southern boundary.

BY ROAD

The Barwon Highway, the Cunningham Highway, the Gore Highway, the Leichhardt Highway and the Newell Highway serve the Goondiwindi Regional Council area.

The region is an easy driving distance of major centres in South East Queensland.

Drive times:
• Brisbane to Goondiwindi – 4 hours
• Gold Coast to Goondiwindi – 4 hours and 30 minutes
• Moree to Goondiwindi – 1 hour and 20 minutes
• Sunshine Coast to Goondiwindi – 5 hours
• Sydney to Goondiwindi – 8 hours and 45 minutes
• Toowoomba to Goondiwindi – 2 hours and 30 minutes
• Warwick to Goondiwindi – 2 hours

Bus Services

The towns of Goondiwindi and Inglewood have regular commercial bus services operating daily from Toowoomba and Brisbane.

All towns in the Goondiwindi region are accessible by sealed roads that are suited to all vehicles including caravans.
BY AIR

The towns of Goondiwindi and Inglewood have sealed aerodromes and Texas has an unsealed but well maintained airstrip suitable for small aircraft.

Commercial Flights

There are no commercial passenger air services to the region however the larger aerodrome at Goondiwindi does have charter services operating.

For long distance travellers commercial services are available at nearby airports.

Moree Airport:
• Sydney to Moree – Qantas
Wellcamp Airport, Toowoomba:
• Sydney to Toowoomba – Qantas
• Melbourne to Toowoomba – Airnorth
• Townsville to Toowoomba – Airnorth
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WHERE CAN I PURCHASE TICKETS FROM?
Tickets are available online at www.ticketmaster.com.au, by phoning 136 100 or are also available from the below outlets:

Ipswich Tourism & Visitors Centre - 14 Queen Victoria Parade, Ipswich, QLD
Nerang RSL - 69 Nerang Street, Nerang, QLD
Brisbane Lions Social Club - 2 Pannikin Street, Rochedale South, QLD
Southport Sharks - Cnr Olsen Ave & Musgrave Ave, Southport, QLD
Brisbane Cricket Ground (Gate 2) - Wolloongabba, QLD

WILL TICKETS BE AVAILABLE AT THE GATE ON THE DAY?
Yes, however only if the event is not sold out prior to the day.

WHAT TIME DO GATES OPEN?
1.00pm.

WHAT TIME DOES THE FIRST ACT START?
2.00pm

WILL PARKING BE AVAILABLE AT THE FESTIVAL SITE?
Yes, a limited number of car parking is available at the Festival. These area's will be clearly signed on the grounds.

CAN I BRING MY KIDS?
No. This event is an 18+ festival only.

WILL THERE BE FOOD AND DRINK AVAILABLE?
Yes, there will be a selection of food vendors on site. There will be bar facilities on site that will serve water, softdrink, beer, wine and a selection of spirits.

CAN I BRING MY OWN ALOCHOL AND DRINKS?
No. This is a licensed event and you are not permitted to BYO alcohol nor soft drink and other non alcoholic beverages except sealed still bottled water (non-carbonated). Any patron found to be inside the festival site with alcohol will be removed from premises without refund. Any patron attempting to bring BYO alcohol in to the festival grounds will be refused entry without refund.

CAN I BRING MY OWN FOOD?
No food is permitted to be brought in to the festival grounds unless it's specifically related to a dietry requirement by a Physician. There will be plenty of fast and healthy food options at the event to chooe from.

HOW ARE TRANSACTIONS HELD ON THE DAY WHEN PURCHASING FOOD AND BEVERAGE?
The event is running on a cash and card system. ATM's are also available on the grounds.

CAN I BRING A CHAIR AND/OR BLANKET?
Yes. A small picnic rug or foldaway camp chair (that doesn't exceed 80cm Wide x 100cm High) is permitted.

CAN I BRING IN AN ESKIE?
No. Eskies are prohibited.

ARE PASSOUTS AVAILABLE?
Once you enter the festival site, there are NO passouts. This also includes if you are camping at the showgrounds. You will only be allowed a pass out if it is for a medical condition.

IS THERE ANY COVER?
No there is no cover so we suggest you bring a hat and suncream. In the event of rain we suggest you bring a Poncho.

IS CAMPING AVAILABLE ON SITE?
Yes. For more information on this, click here

CAN I BRING CAMERAS IN?
Yes but only non-professional cameras will be permitted (No Long Lenses)

ARE ATM FACILITIES AVAILBALE ON THE FESTIVAL SITE?
Yes, there are.

WILL MERCHANDISE BE AVAILABLE TO BUY ON THE DAY?
Yes there will be.

WHAT ITEMS ARE PROHIBITED FROM THE GROUNDS?
- Glass bottles or cans (this includes perfume bottles);
- Alcoholic beverages;
- llicit drugs;
- Aerosol products;
- Knives or other dangerous weapons including potential missiles;
- Flares, fireworks or sparklers;
- Lasers or laser pointers;
- Animals or pets (other than guide dogs);
- Professional recording or broadcast devices without the promoter's permission;
- Flags with poles, large flags or banners that may obstruct the view of other patrons;
- Any item that you intend (or such quantities of the item from which Management can reasonably infer that you intend) to distribute, hawk, sell, offer, expose for sale or display for marketing or promotional purposes;
- Large items including eskies, drink coolers or ice boxes;
- Umbrellas;
- Any dangerous goods;
- Eskies;
- Any other items as determined by Security or Management that may cause injury or public nuisance;
- Non-sealed drink containers
- Any prohibited items found will be confiscated. Alcohol will be disposed of, illegal substances or weapons or items considered dangerous or offensive will be handed over to the police, anything else can be held in the Guest service booth until patrons leave the event.

WHERE CAN I FIND OUT MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE DARLING DOWNS?
Visit https://visitdarlingdowns.com.au/


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