What time is the festival?
Daytime Session 12pm to 4pm
Evening Session 4.30pm to 8pm.
Please note your selected session time at the time of booking. Daytime Session allows entry to the Festival from 12pm to 4pm only and the evening session allows entry between 4.30pm and 8pm only. No pass-outs.
Where do I enter?
Entry to the Festival is located via the walkway on Hawke Street adjacent to the Spider Park
What tickets are available?
General Admission Online: $15 per person + processing fee
At the Gate: $20 per person
Children under 18 free
Tickets includes entry into the festival, access to local & interstate craft breweries, BBQ food trucks, and live music. Any food or beverages are to be purchased within the festival.
How do I purchase tastings?
All food, drinks and merch can be purchased with your credit, debit or EFTPOS card as preferred method of payment at the Festival.
300mL full glass pours start at $7.00
Individual tasters start at $2.00
Most food dishes range from $10 – $15
Each stall holder is responsible for pricing and payment.
Can I buy product from stallholders on the day?
Absolutely, all exhibitors will be selling their beer/cider. They will provide a sealable bag for your awesome purchases.
Please note these beverages cannot be consumed during the event.
The festival will feature music throughout the day. Check out the Program Beer & BBQ Fest_Program
Children and fur babies at Festival?
Mums and Dads, you’re welcome to bring your children to the Festival with you – however they must be closely supervised at all times.
That also goes for fur babies, who additionally need to be on a leash 🙂
I don’t drink beer! What else can I drink?
We have options for non-beer drinkers, including Cupitts Estate Wines plus non alcoholic drinks available at food stands.
Can I bring my own food and drink?
Unfortunately no outside food or drink is allowed inside the event. Free water will be available at each stand.
Food trucks will be open from 12pm to 8pm.
Can we go to the pub after the festival?
Sure can, we look forward to seeing you there
Transportation to event…
All day parking is available adjacent to the pub on Owen Street and further down the road next to Huskisson Bottle Shop as well as on street parking on Hawke and Bowen Street.
While we know that you’re all hanging for a much deserved fun day with beers, it’s important to note there are still restrictions on events. The safety of all attendees is our first priority, and the event will be adhering to a strict Government approved COVID Safe plan.
WHAT CAN YOU DO?
Here’s some ways you can ensure you have a good time and stay safe
PLEASE STAY HOME:
If you are unwell
If you have tested positive for COVID-19
If you have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19
If you have returned from overseas, or been to a declared COVID-19 hotspot within the last 14 days
If you cannot attend the event due to COVID-19 or are showing COVID-19 symptoms and therefore need to stay home, a refund of your ticket will be available.
ARE YOU ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY?
We sure are. Stallholders are to use biodegradable packaging.
Recycling bins will be available throughout the Festival.
We’re asking for donations to our local Meals on Wheels group. So dig into those pockets. You can add a donation to your ticket 🙂
DID WE FORGET SOMETHING?
Drop us a line and we’ll do our best to answer it.