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Jungle Love Festival 2015

About Jungle Love

November 27 - 28

Jungle Love is coming back for its second year to celebrate the joyous things in life, including music, art, nature, friendship and love.

We made it our mission to build a platform to showcase incredibly talented acts. Some with a reputation that precedes them, and others that mightn’t yet have received their deserved recognition.

And who better to showcase these acts to than a bunch of fun loving people looking for something a little bit more in a festival? Where the numbers are capped to ensure the most comfortable and intimate setting… and what a setting we have for you this year. Situated in Imbil, Queensland at Borumba Deer Park, imagine a lush running creek running behind the main stages.

We got through the first year unscathed and now we are crowd-funding again to make it happen again. We genuinely need your help and support. This is a festival for the people and it is up to the people to bring it to life.

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When & Where

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We’ll be kicking off at Borumba Deer Park, in Imbil Queensland on Friday the 27th - Saturday 28th November, just two hours drive north of Brisbane, inland from Noosa Heads.

1133 Yabba Creek Rd, Imbil QLD 4570

Jungle Love 2015 is concentrating the happiness, distilling the good vibes and refining the revelry for one weekend of sonic bliss. This is a boutique festival, where numbers will be capped to ensure top quality facilities and an intimate experience between artists and audience, friends and music.

The two-day ticket includes: parking, camping for two nights and access to all the live music, workshops, activities, etc. All of which are listed below. Tickets are available via Ticketbooth, where you can help make this unique festival a reality for its second year in a row.

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A taste of what's to come...


MESMERISING LOVE is a series of chilled, ambient, nocturnal happenings in the Mesmerism Chai Tent and surrounding outdoor areas of Jungle Love, curated by sonic artist and full-bodied mesmerist, Luke Jaaniste. Feel the ambience, feel the jungle, feel the love.



An electronoica-acoustica party in the Chai tent, featuring the arpeggiated electronic groove-scape of Luke Jaaniste, mixed with live improvised instrumentals with a cast of Brisbane’s indie pop-experimentalists: Seamus Kirkpatrick (Extinction of Animals, King Colossus) and Adrian Mauro (Machine Age) on electric guitars and voice, James Scott (Tesla Coils, Juggernaut) on electric bass and throat singing, Hannaka Johnson (The Feather Collector) on multiple wordless vocal loops and Amanda Terry on electric violin. The HHAARRPP PARTY will be going by the hypnotic dance vibes of Butoh movement artists Megan White, Saara Roppola and Yuki Taniguchi Flindell.


THE FEATHER COLLECTOR is a vocal sha(wo)man, a goddess of soulful song lines, whose spell-binding performance-installation ‘Frondescence’ left us breathless when she presented the work in at Judith Wright Centre in Brisbane earlier this year. Multiple vocal loop stations, multiple speakers, surround sound bliss. This is the stuff of midnight feelings and midsummer dreams.


Spatial music in the horizon mode. Stretch out with us, from the dead of night through to the crisp new dawn, as the PORTAL project mixes with live, slow motion singers and instrumentalist, all lying on the floor of the Chai Tent. PORTAL is a major ongoing project directed by Luke Jaaniste, that has been presented in a range of galleries, cultural sites, outdoor areas and homes. It uses the hypnotic arpeggios and auto-chord patterns typically found in vintage keyboards, fused with many live performers, including bassist James Scott, and vocalists Jordin Steele (opera singing), Hannaka Johnson (soul diva) and Megan White (Butoh body).


Including Bird Bones (by Saara Roppola), Blanket Bathing (led by Megan White from Theatre of Thunder) and more.

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The Brisbane Collective: Live Artists

Jungle Love 2015 Express Yourself

The Brisbane Collective joins Jungle Love for the very first time.

In an collective collaboration with Ironlak Sugar, we present 11 live artists - Balazova Black · Buttons · Conrad Square · David Don · Gus · Hollie C · Morgan Klota · Sarge · Teens On Acid · Xandolinoo · Xato.

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Conrad Square

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David Don

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Hollie C

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Morgan Klota

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The Brisbane Collective: Exhibiting Artists

Jungle Love 2015 Express Yourself

The Brisbane Collective joins Jungle Love for the very first time.

We present the opportunity to take home a new artwork from our TBC print exhibition with works from - Lusid Art · Katy McHugh · Mosessa Preisenberger · Jetta’s Nest · Jon Weber · Sloe Motion · Winter of’72 · PhilB · Dave Behrens · Violet Mermaid · Kasper · Kimi Schieren · Harley & Handen · Clone Designs · Debs Lim · The Dish Art · Jenna Coverly · Cronk & Tonic · Anna Elizabeth · Balazova Black · Myles Prangnell · Alice Kaps.

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Mous Magazine Workshops

DIY Zine Making by Rebecca Cheers and Talia Enright from Woolf Pack. The DIY Zine making workshop will cover all the basics of zine making from concept development to physical creation and folding. Includes a copy of the Woolf pack “How to zine” zine.

Creative Writing Workshop by Bonnie Stevens and Allie Speers from mous magazine. A creative writing workshop, aimed at getting the creative juices flowing by doing a range of fun and interactive creative writing activities. Literary telephone: Each person writes a brief highly descriptive paragraph. They then pass their paragraph to the next person who re-writes their paragraph in a non-descriptive way and then folds the paper to hide the original paragraph. They then pass on to the next person who re-writes the paragraph in a descriptive tone. This is repeated around the group until at the end you compare the first paragraph and last to see how much they’ve changed. No-send letters: Write a letter to someone that you never intend to send.

Calligraphy Workshop by graphic designer Tyler Hood. A basic pen brush calligraphy workshop exploring:

  • The structure of letters, words and phrases
  • Embellishments to form beautiful handwritten type
  • Calligraphy Basics: Shapes and strokes
  • Brush Calligraphy Exercise: Alphabet 3 words together to form a short phrase
  • Brush Pen Exercise: Alphabet Write a quote; will have two choices to choose from for a quote

Yoga Workshop by Courtney Scheu, an independent contemporary dance artist and yoga instructor. This is a medium level yoga class, beginning with a breathing and relaxation exercise, transitioning into yoga poses, and finishing with cooling down and relaxation.

Paper Flower Headbands by Alice from Craft Coven. This is a workshop where people will learn to make paper flowers and will leave with a paper flower headband.

Yarn Bombing by Alice from Craft Coven This is a beginners knitting workshop that follows a specific pattern. Each person’s creation will then be sewed together and we will zip tie it around a specific tree, to yarn bomb it and create a collective installation artwork.

Jungle Love Film Project

Jungle Love 2015 Film Project

The 48 Hour Film Project is a wild, sleepless, but highly productive weekend, in which teams are challenged to make a movie in 48 hrs. That means write, shoot, and edit, in just 48 hours. It's also an opportunity for film makers to showcase their talents while under the hammer.

This year Jungle Love Festival will be teaming with the 48 Hour Film Project, by choosing a winning team from the Brisbane leg of the project and inviting them on-site in November to capture the festival as it unfolds. There are no rules, except that the winning team must only use film captured on-site and the final product will be presented to the public within 2 weeks following the festival.So if you see a film crew wandering around the festival, be sure to get your freak on. Hey mum, look I'm on TV!

Cinematic Kick-Ons

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After all of the acts on the main stage have packed up their gear, and it seems like the festival has gone to bed, fret not, Cinematic Kick-Ons is here for you to recline, relax and charge on through the night. The 48 Hour Film Project proudly presents a collection of short films screened at the Second Main Stage from 2am onwards, which showcases local Brisbane film talent in it’s many forms. Don’t let your Jungle Love experience expire when the music ends, grab someone special for a morning of cuddles in front of the warm glow on a movie screen.

Haitch Music

Jungle Love 2015 Haitch Music

Haitch is a South East Queensland musician and composer. Looking to nature for inspiration and world cultures for instruments, his uniqueness lies in the moving fusion created with both uncommon and classical instruments. Haitch started trumpet at a young age, closely followed by piano, leading into over a decade collecting world instruments that he composes and performs with today. Including Native American flutes, Yidaki (didgeridoo), slide Didge, Taishogoto, Baja, Mellophone, Tibetan singing bowls, Duclar, Overtone flutes, hand percussion, vocals and synthesizers.

Circular Breath Workshop

This comprehensive experiential circular breath workshop will teach you the steps to guide you towards circular breath; used clinically to strengthen the bronchial tract and traditionally to play Yidaki or didgeridoo.

Didge Soundscape Meditation

Live Didge mixed with entrancing and moving world music. Connecting people to the planet through music and soundscapes. Listen to the sound waves and feel them too as you experience the Didge passing over your body.

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Ruckus Slam

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Ruckus is a Brisbane based performance and story-telling collective. They host Poetry Slams, live performances, Theatre, Comedy, parties and open-mic events. After their knockout success at last year’s festival, Ruckus brings their sparkly, bizarre Poetry Slam to Jungle Love 2015.

“What’s a Poetry Slam?” you ask. It’s a short, timed open mic competition. You have two minutes to perform your original thought-spew. No props allowed! Just you and the microphone. Bring songs, poetry, haikus, raps and anything else you can think of to share! Prizes are awarded, but not respected. Audiences are the real stars as they are encouraged to shout, heckle, sing and of course, judge the performances for themselves.

Who will win this year’s Ruckus Jungle Slam?


Jungle Love 2015 - Planets

An interactive performance by Andy Bates and Michael Smith


Planets is a participatory performance that explores relationships between people, places and objects. Members of the public are invited to join in the performance, led by a contemporary dance practitioner. Onlookers can observe the spectacle of light created by the participants as they ripple and pulse across urban landscapes. Planets is both a personal and public experience, asking participants to consider their role in the society and environment that they orbit.

EXPERIENCE @ Jungle Love

Festival goers will be unexpectedly presented with the opportunity to join in a Planets performance, led by Courtney Scheu. The fusion of dance, music and light will make for a truly unique experience.


Video documentation of the work’s public presentation at the 2014 Ars Electronica Festival can be viewed at the following links:


Planets - Ars Electronica Festival 2014 from Andy Bates on Vimeo.


Skeletal Harmonics

Jungle Love 2015 Skeletal Harmonics

Skeletal Harmonics, Australia's prefered back stage massage clinic for festivals will be joining the Jungle Love Crew this year for the first time. Specialising in the healthy touring life of musicians Skeletal Harmonics will be providing some much needed relaxation and injury management for the Musicians on this years bill.

With seven years on-the-road experience, Skeletal Harmonics innovative and scientifically-verified skills and techniques have secured their place in the Australian music industry.


Jungle Love 2015 Fancy Dress

You're more than welcome to bring your bike to Jungle Love. Make sure you bring a helmet for your own safety.

You'll also notice a bunch of bikes all the same shade of pink. These are our communal bikes which you may use. The rules are that you must wear a helmet and as soon as you put the bike down, it's anybody's game. No exceptions.

Fancy Dress

Due to the overwhelmingly enthusiastic response to last year's fancy dress night - which ranged from bearded men in frocks to sexy rock lobsters - we've decided to bring it back to Jungle Love 2015!

After sundown on the Saturday of the festival, we challenge you to get your freak on with us and don the craziest costume you can. We want you guys to really run with this, let your creativity shine through. Throughout the evening, we'll be keeping an eye out for the most on-point costume at the festival, which will win someone a double pass to Jungle Love 2016.

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Building Relationships - MIIO

Strong relationships build strong communities. We discuss the importance of building a strong, supportive network, and offer up advice on how to build a strong community around your own projects.

Pauline Maudy is an award winning singer-songwriter and a Culture Champion of Queensland. French born but based in Brisbane, Pauline fronts Brisbane-based world music band Mzaza, in which she sings in French, Spanish, Ladino, English and Turkish. Pauline is also Co-Director at the Brisbane Fringe Festival, a casual lecturer at the University of Queensland, and a Project Manager at social enterprise Human Ventures.

Chloe Goodyear is the Head of Programming for the Woodford Folk Festival, where she is responsible for overseeing the overall creative direction, development, production and delivery of the Woodford Folk Festival programme of events. In the past she has been a producer for BEMAC (Brisbane Multicultural Arts Centre), Riverfestival, Executive Producer for MONA FOMA and as an agent, manager, touring agent and show producer for independent music and arts. Chloe has a passion for the democratization of folk and traditional music, and in extending the spirit of welcome.

Lincoln Savage has experience in a number of projects in arts and technology, he has an honours degree from QUT in Technology Innovation and is the co-director of Jungle Love Festival. His first project in the arts was forming the multi-arts not for profit, Lost Movements which led to a number of other projects including the music festival. He also manages the street art battle event Scribble Slam and is co-director of the upcoming Brisbane Street Art Festival.

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Creating a Self-Sustaining Career in the Creative Industries - MIIO

Earning enough money to survive is sometimes a tough call in the creative industries. We discuss strategies to help you develop a self-sustainable career

Tim Price is an independent manager, publicist, and promoter for many of Australia’s best and upcoming heavy rock, hardcore, and metal bands. Tim has over nine years of experience in the music industry and currently heads Pricewar Music, Collision Course PR, and Underscore Agency. He is also a partner in Queensland’s regional mini-festival El Grande Festival and an advocate for the music industry in Central and North Queensland.

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Tim Price

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One Super-Awesome Hour of Marketing and Social Media Power - MIIO

Tips from the masters on how to get cut-through!

Stephen Green created his first business, Australian Music Biz in 1999; a hub providing publicity and radio plugging for independent artists in Brisbane. In 2007, Steven sold the company, concentrating on independent consulting. In 2010, Stephen formed a joint venture to create SGC Media. In 2014, he created Title Track, a division of SGC Media, to concentrate on underground releases with a roster of artists. Stephen retains board positions with Q Music and Starving Kids and has been a speaker at music industry events including Australian Music Week and BIGSOUND.

Vivienne Mellish has almost a decade of experience in the media and live entertainment industries, working across journalism, marketing, communications and PR. She is currently Head of Publicity at Brisbane's Mucho Bravado. Vivienne works with bands, festivals and venues on a day to day basis to make sure their message is heard. Some of Mucho Bravado's current clients include Meg Mac, Gypsy & The Cat, Newcastle's newest festival THIS THAT & Brisbane's newest live music venue The Foundry.

Raymond Williams started his music industry career by studying Audio Engineering at SAE back in 2009. His skills were self-developed from warehouse party events he'd closely worked on including Psych Night and Let It Whip and then later further developed his skill set when studying marketing at QUT. Currently, he is the music programmer and co-director for Jungle Love festival and is responsible for all marketing and social media for the festival and sister event, Concrete Jungle.

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Vivienne Mellish

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Music and Technology - MIIO

Innovation in Music Creation

Dr. Toby Gifford is a music technologist, sound designer, and musician specialising in interactive music systems. His Jambot software, a musical robot that listens to music and jams along, has received national acclaim after appearing on the ABC New Inventors program. Interactive installations by Dr. Gifford have been exhibited in the Australian Centre for the Moving Image, the Museum of Melbourne, Splendour in the Grass music festival, and the European Capital of Culture Festival. He has also been artist-in-residence at the Gallery of Modern Art developing live soundtracks for silent films. Dr. Gifford is an active acoustic musician, live electronic music performer, and works at the Arts-Science nexus.

Linsey Pollak is well renowned musician, instrument maker, composer, musical director and community music facilitator. He is best known for creating and performing with instruments made from objects such as rubber gloves, carrots, watering cans, chairs, brooms, and bins. He is a pioneer of Live Looping, recorded over 20 albums, and devised many large Festival pieces such as BimBamBoo, Sound Forest, and The Dream of Zedkat Nabu. His work as Community Music Advocate has taken him all over Australia working as musician-in-residence in communities from Hobart to Broome.

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InDigenous idENTITY - Digi Youth Arts

DYA Panel Discussion

There is no homogenous Indigenous experience in Australia, despite social and political push to conform. Being an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander in 2015 means many different things to many different blackfellas. Whether you were born in Broome, Brisbane or Aurukun, the connection to your indigenous ancestry is integral to your identity. Join our speakers from different ancestries to discuss their cultural similarities and differences.

Woven Into Time and Place - collaborative installation by Digi Youth Arts

The dreamtime is not some mythical place in the past, it is here and now. It is what we dream and create in this very moment. Contribute to the collaborative art installation facilitated by Digi Youth Arts to celebrate our connection to time and place.

Basket and Painting Workshop

In connection to the ‘Woven into Time and Place' collaborative installation, Georgia Walsh will be running a wire basket weaving and rock painting workshop. This workshop will draw upon the surrounding landscape and involve painting, weaving and collaboration.

The DYA Team:

Alethea Beetson is the Indigenous Engagement Coordinator of the Queensland Museum and the Artistic Director of Digi Youth Arts. She is an artist and creative producer who has worked extensively with Indigenous communities and youth across multiple art forms to inspire new works around responses to collections and cultural heritage. At Jungle Love she will be the Panel Discussion Chair.

Georgia Walsh is a visual artist connected to the badtjala people. Her work often explores themes of body, self, and identity. At Jungle Love she will be running Woven Into Time and Place.

Chantelle Murray was born in Broome and is a proud Bardi woman. Currently she is studying an advanced diploma in Film, TV, and theatre. At Jungle Love she will be a part of the Opening Ceremony and the Panel discussion.

Latiesha Dunbar is a proud Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander woman. She is currently an actor and student living in Brisbane. Latiesha has a passion for inspiring young indigenous students to achieve their dream and to become a role model for their community. At Jungle love she will be a part of the Opening Ceremony and Panel Discussion.

Roxy Jones is a former ballerina who has turned to poetry on a journey of exploration, cultural identity, and belonging. Harnessing the power of live poetry, audiences are challenged to create conversation, explore social norms, and encourage understanding. At Jungle Love she will be a part of the Opening Ceremony and the Panel Discussion.

Kyle Dagley, an ambassador for Digi Youth Arts, is an indigenous artist who has worked on various DYA productions such as 'The Children's Monologues' & 'The Truth Is'. At Jungle love he will be a part of the Panel Discussion.

Bella Vallery will be a part of the Opening Ceremony and the Panel Discussion at Jungle Love.

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Alethea Beetson

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Bella Vallery

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One Woman Project

The One Woman Project is a youth-lead, registered non-for-profit organisation focused upon education about and advocacy promoting gender equality. Established in 2013, the Project is one of Queensland's fastest growing charitable organisations. One Woman Project’s main objective is to educate people on the nature and necessity of feminism. Given the growing momentum of feminism and discussion surrounding women in music it will address the need for better representation and discuss the future of women in music and how to make it a more equitable environment for everybody.

We believe in having an educated and open discussion about equality. Be a part of that discussion.

Caitlin Wall has spent the past six months delivering talks at One Woman Project on various aspects of feminism and what this means to broader society. In her spare time, she is a third year Science student at the University of Queensland and hopes to contribute to the conservation of the marine environment for future generations. Inspired by women in science she wishes to achieve not only her careers goals, but to support other women to achieve theirs.

Catherine le Poidevin coordinates feminist conferences for One Woman Project. Previously she has worked for feminist NGOs such as WILPF and recently engaged in talks in Canberra on the feminisation of poverty. Cat has experience in Public Relations, has studied Political Science at the University of Queensland and is an active member of their Women's Collective. Currently she is studying Psychology and looks forward to utilising these skills in combating inequality in society.

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Fronds Forever

Our Fronds Forever bar is a tropical haven to quench your thirst, and the food and drink hub of Jungle Love Festival. Here you can make few new friends and shout your old ones a round. Escape the heat of your tent, kick back and enjoy the back to back live music and panel discussions showcased at our bar stage.

The Fronds Forever bar is where Lost Boys and Kettle and Tin will also be serving their moorish meals, so if you're craving more than just two-minute noodles and a warm fanta, join us at the bar for a freshly cooked supper and an ice cold beer.

Our bar menu consists of a selection of cold beer from Stone and Wood (Pacific Ale, Lager and Garden Ale) Young Henry’s crisp Apple Cider, and an array of Jungle Love Cocktails (Dark N Stormy, Bloody Mary, Moscow Mule and Cuba Libre.)

Jungle Love remains a proud BYO festival, however the Fronds Forever is a fully licensed venue, so just be sure to leave your BYO bevvies at the door before entering.

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Bear Necessities

Forget about your worries and your strife! It’s time relax next to the river and enjoy the tunes from one of two main stages. The Bear Necessities bar is the little brother of Fronds Forever, located in the thick of the festival, where you can grab an ice cold beverage, and fuel on for another amazing Jungle Love set.

This bar’s menu for will include ice cold Stone and Wood Pacific Ale, Young Henry’s crisp Apple Cider, and an array of Jungle Love Cocktails (Dark N Stormy, Bloody Mary, Moscow Mule and Cuba Libre.)

Transformed from a shady tropical bar during the day into a pulsating LED glowworm at night, come take a break from your main stage gyrating and treat yo’self to a well deserved drink.

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Lost Boys

"Let Food be thy medicine & medicine be thy food"

Organic | Vegetarian | Local | 100% Natural

For your body & your belly. For the environment & your planet. For the small business owners. For the farmer. For your future.

We value and focus on Organic; Natural & Local produce, putting positive vibes back into the consumers, the community and the environment. Young at heart, we nurture the creative and embracing the unique.

LostBoys is incessantly evolving and moving around you the consumer and the environment. We will endeavour to always use organic, 100% natural and locally produced ingredients wherever possible. We consider simplicity the ultimate form of sophistication and embrace this throughout the brand, keeping it minimal and selective however crafting to the highest of standards.

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Kettle & Tin

The Kettle and Tin, situated in Paddington Brisbane, is an eclectic eatery and bar serving up a wide array of gourmet breakfast, lunch and dinner options. Kettle & Tin’s philosophy is all about quality and experience. The focus is on the sharing and enjoyment of meals with a fresh take on the degustation concept. We endeavour to bring this aspect of our venue to the Jungle Love festival, keeping with the theme and overall vibe of this boutique festival.

Our mantra that we hold so proud in our Paddington venue, is what we hope to bring to the revelry that will be Jungle Love. We are also proud to be a part of this unique event in the sunny state and hope to impress the punters with our love of food and good times!

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How Much Are Tickets?

Jungle Love ticket prices will increase the closer it gets to the event, you can find more details by heading to our ticketing site here.

How Do I Receive My Tickets?

In order to snag your early-bird tickets, jump onto the Jungle Love 2015 Pozible and make a selection of how much you’d like to pledge in order to secure your spot at this year’s festival. If you are purchasing your ticket through ticketbooth, just enter in your necessary details in the areas provided. You will then be sent an e-ticket to your email account with your unique barcode, hold onto this, as you will need to present either a printed or digital copy for us to scan upon entry.

When Can I Arrive?

The festival bar stage and restaurant will open at 4pm on Thursday 26th November. The festival main stages will be open from 10:30am on Friday 27th November. When you arrive you’ll need to register and get signed in, then feel free to pitch up and chill out.

Can I Volunteer For The Festival?

Of course you can! Shoot an email to and GET IN!

Can I Leave And Return To The Site Whenever I Like?

To ensure safety and efficiency of this year’s festival, we ask that attendees do not leave and re-enter the festival grounds in cars. Vehicles which leave the campsite should only consider doing so if it is an emergency. Attendees who leave the area in a vehicle will incur a fee on re-entry.

Will one day tickets be available?

Sorry, nope. The tickets available this year are exclusively two day passes. Jungle Love believes in delivering the best in arts, music and performance by creating an immersive two day long festival, where revellers can escape from their daily lives to experience a whole weekend of excellent music, arts and good vibes.

A couple of hours just ain’t enough to do that, my friends.

Is There Food Available On-site?

Yep, two local Brisbane restaurants, Kettle and Tin and Lost Boys, are bringing you a gourmet canteen to this year’s festival. Feel free to also bring your own food and drink as well - you’ll be spending a few days in the bush, so remember to bring enough supplies to last the trip!

Can I Bring My Camper Van / Rv?

You sure can, all RV vehicles will have their own designated area at the campsite for you to utilize. We ask all patrons driving these vehicles through the festival to be particularly cautious of hazards or any pedestrians.

Can I Go Swimming At The Site?

YASSSS! Just be sure to stick to the flagged areas, swim with a buddy and stay safe. Being a natural creek, there may be hazards such as rocks, logs and strong currents which will make some areas unsuitable for swimming; so careful where you dip your wick.

Is There An Atm On-site?

Ever so sorry, but no! Please remember that you will be living it up in the real-life countryside, and as such, there is no cash machine on site, and not all vendors will take card payments. So don’t forget to bring enough moolah to last you for the weekend.

Can I Bring My Dog?

Sadly, no. If you can’t bear to be without your furry friend, I’m sure there will be a seasoned festival goer more than willing to have his belly scratched.

Are Tickets Transferable?

They sure are, feel free to pass on your ticket on to whomever you wish. Just remember that your barcode is unique to your ticket, and once scanned cannot be used for the entry of more than one person.

Is There A Bar At The Festival?

Yes, in fact, there are two! Just remember guys, even though Jungle Love is a BYO festival, the bars are fully licensed areas, and as such you cannot bring your own alcohol into these places. Similarly, due to licensing laws, no alcohol can be removed from the bars and consumed elsewhere in the park. Don’t try and be sneaky - guards will be present in all licensed areas and their gaze will melt you into a moist puddle of guilt.

How Much Alcohol Can We Bring?

Tough to put a number on it, but we’re saying “a reasonable amount”, if you attempt to enter the site with an absurd amount of alcohol it may be confiscated. The idea of being BYO is because we want Jungle Love to be a non-commercial festival, so please act responsibly and don’t overdo it. How can you enjoy the music doubled-over a port-a-loo? There will be professional security contractors on site for the duration of the event and all forms of anti-social behaviour will not be tolerated. Also, a reminder that none of your own BYO alcohol can be brought inside the licensed bar areas. If you attempt to bring any glass bottles on site it will be confiscated!

Can We Have Fires And Bbqs?

It is likely to be a complete fire ban at this time of year, please check with the site office if you wish to start a fire. Small campfires may be allowed in the designated fire areas. There is plenty of firewood for available for sale at the campsite front office, or alternatively you could bring your own. We ask that you please do not gather any wood from surrounding bushland.

Do We Have To Pay To Park?

Nope! It’s all included in the cost of your ticket. But remember, if you take your car out of the grounds and bring it back in during the festival, you will incur a fee.

Is It All Ages?

No, Jungle Love is an 18+ event.

What Disabled Facilities Do You Have?

There will be a disabled toilet, and designated parking spaces at the end of the car-park nearest to the campsite/festival entrance. Please bear in mind that the site has only dirt roads and there are very few smooth ground surfaces such as pathways or any other concreted areas, so this will make wheelchair access difficult.

What Do I Do With My Rubbish?

It’d be a huge help to use if you took it home with you! We’ll have recycling facilities on site for cans etc. Please bear in mind that we do not allow any glass bottles to be brought on the site. Borumba Deer Park is a beautiful natural area - we’d like to respect that, and leave it as we found it. Thank you!

Will There Be Showers?

Yes, steaming hot or cold, as you wish.

What Is Prohibited At The Festival?

Just the usual obvious things. Glass bottles or containers, illicit substances, flares, weapons, anti-social behaviour, crowd surfing, moshing, stage diving etc. For full details refer to the 2015 Terms and Conditions.

Will There Be Vegetarian/vegan Food Options Available At The Festival?

We wouldn’t forget about you guys. There will definitely be options for you :)