Jungle Love Festival 2022 Info
WHEN AND WHERE?
Jungle Love will be held from midday Friday the 2nd of September to late on Sunday the 4th of September. This year we are moving to a gorgeous new home in Jimna, QLD. We still have the swimming element, but what we're most excited about is the new possibilities to bring ideas to life that we haven't been able to in the past.
Camping is included in the ticket price. You are able to camp in or next to your vehicle. Please carpool as much as possible to reduce the number of cars coming to site and therefore, emissions!
We have a limited amount of luxury glamping bell tents available for hire. Check out Glamping options here!
Jungle Love is located between Jimna and Kilcoy, approximately 1 hour and 50 mins from Brisbane and approximately the same distance from the Sunshine Coast.
You’ll pass through Kilcoy before arriving at the festival. They have a supermarket, bottle shop, and more, so please support the local community that supports the festival.
All vehicles require a vehicle pass to enter site and can be pre-purchased via our ticketing page or purchased at the gate on arrival.
This year campervans will not require any special vehicle pass. One size fits all.
Exemptions apply for motorcycles and people with a mobility disability. Simply arrive at the gate and show your disability parking permit, or motorbike, and you’ll be given a free vehicle pass.
We have a direct bus departing from Brisbane Airport, stopping at Bowen Hills Station (two train stops from Brisbane CBD), and also stopping at Caboolture Station.
Please note the Friday morning Shuttle Bus will not stop at Brisbane Airport. This bus will depart from Bowen Hills Station. The bus will depart from the airport on Thursday September 1 only.
By arriving on the shuttle bus you can purchase a discounted "Jungle Love 2022 Bus Package" event ticket saving $50 as a thanks from us for helping to reduce the event's carbon emissions by reducing the number of vehicles on the road. Bus ticket holders arriving on Thursday September 1 also gain free entry on Thursday, saving an additional $35.
Departing Thursday September 1
*Brisbane Airport Domestic Terminal: 11.00am
Bowen Hills Station (Brisbane) off Abbotsford Road:11:30am
Caboolture Station: 12:30 pm
Arrive on Festival Site approx: 2:00pm
Departing Friday September 2
Bowen Hills Station (Brisbane) off Abbotsford Road: 8:30am
Caboolture Station: 9:30am
Arrive on Festival Site approx: 11:00am
Both shuttle buses return Monday September 5
Depart Festival Site: 9:00am
Caboolture Station: 10:30am
Bowen Hills Station: 11:40am
Brisbane Airport Domestic Terminal: Estimated arrival 12:15pm*
If travelling from interstate, it would be best for you to fly into Brisbane Domestic Airport. We have a shuttle bus departing from Brisbane Domestic Airport on Thursday September 1st @ 11am. The shuttle bus will return to the airport on Monday September 5 at approximately 1pm.
*Please note we cannot guarantee any arrival times and we take no responsibility for missed connections. If flying, it is recommended that you give yourself ample time to board flights in case there are issues with traffic and that you also purchase travel insurance in case you miss flights due to delays on the road.
We are a fully BYO festival (you just can’t bring any glass!). That means you can make yourself a margarita and sip it by the main stage, or be drinking cold tinnies when you’re swimming in the creek.
It’s just better when it’s BYO. No bar queues, no security checkpoints or fenced in areas, no overpriced crap beer, no going to find the bar when you want another. Just freedom to drink what you want, when you want and no one to tell you otherwise.
18+ (BUT LITTLE ONES ARE WELCOME!)
Jungle Love is predominantly an 18+ festival, you are able to bring your kids up to the age of 14 by purchasing a children's ticket in conjunction with an adult ticket. Your children must be supervised at all times.
If you have accessibility requirements, we encourage you to get in touch at email@example.com and discuss what’s available on site.
We are making even more improvements than previously.
In 2022, we will have a dedicated accessible campsite close enough to the action so you won't have to go far. The campsite will have accessible toilets and a shower which will be reserved solely for those that need it. The campsite will also include electricity.
We will have accessible paths from the campsite to the stages that will still provide access in the event of wet weather.
We will have Auslan interpreters on site who will provide sign language services for selected workshops and performances.