Download QMF Venue Physical Description Statement – TBC closer to the festival
Queenscliff Music Festival will be held in Princess Park, Queenscliff. The festival grounds have a mix of asphalt roads and grassed areas. The festival grounds have a large footprint and will include many seated areas and accessible facilities, details are outlined below:
Accessible Viewing Platforms:
There are 2 viewing platforms located at the Lighthouse and Hippos stage, (please refer to Accessibility Map for location). Access to the platforms is via ramps. Platform height between 0.6 - 1.2m off ground. Capacity of platforms is limited and controlled by QMF security.
3 accessible toilets are located within the main Festival precinct. Please refer to Accessibility Maps below for locations.
There is designated accessible parking on Gellibrand St. Head north on Gellibrand St off King St. Show your parking permit to the Traffic Management officer at the roadblock to access the parking area. There are also accessible car parks throughout the town, including the main street (Hesse St), that are close to QMF street venues.
Baby Change Facilities:
Are located in the Couta Quarter tent area.
There will be an Auslan Stage Left Interpreter at advertised performances
QMF offers camping on our local sporting oval. The surface is mostly flat and grassed. Access can be limited. We recommend our local caravan parks and accommodation providers for more accessible accommodation. Find some options HERE
We have two main customer service hubs at the festival to assist you. One is located just outside the main entrance to the festival, the second is located in the Pavilion, inside festival grounds.
Scooters and Electric Wheelchairs:
Mobility devices are welcome on festival grounds. We have limited charging stations available. Please bring your vehicle to the Pavilion if you require it to be charged.
QMF supports Companion Card. Where a cardholder has purchased a QMF festival ticket, they will have to show their companion card at the Ticket Exchange tent. They will then be given a second wristband matching their ticket for their companion.
Further information about Companion Card can be found at www.companioncard.org.au or telephone the Companion Card Information Line on 1800 650 611.
Assistance animals are welcome, including Guide Dogs, Seeing Eye Dogs, Lions Hearing Dogs, Autism Assistance Dogs and Physical Disability Service Dogs. The animals should be wearing a harness, lead or a coat identifying them as assistance animals.
If an attending patron requires an assistance animal, please show the animal’s registration at the Ticket Exchange marquee. Once verified, you will be given an approved QMF pass to hold onto for the duration of the festival. This permits your animal to be on festival grounds.
Also known as Emotional Support Dogs. As companion dogs do not have public access rights, they are not permitted on festival grounds.