Arrival & Entry
When you arrive at Wildlands, head to the main gate with your ID in hand and your ticket ready to be shown to our gate staff. Bag checks will also take place here. To get you and your crew in as quickly as possible, we recommend saving a high quality screenshot of your ticket ahead of time or save the file to your phone!
Wildlands will only accept valid, current forms of identification under Western Australian law. These include:
- Australian Driver's Licence with photograph
- Western Australian Proof of age card
The easiest and safest way to get to Wildlands is via public transport!
Train services on the Fremantle Line stop at Claremont Station. From here, the showgrounds are just a short walk away!
If you’re planning on catching the bus, numbers 23, 24, 25, 27, 28, 98/99 (circle route), 102, 103 and 107 all stop close by.
You can also use the TransPerth Journey Planner to map out your route!
There will be a dedicated dropoff point on arrival - please direct your driver to this dropoff point. Not only will this be the most convenient location for you, but it is also safer than navigating through the traffic on foot to get to the event entrance.
The best address to give your driver for rideshare entry is Graylands Road.
Planning on driving to Wildlands? Street parking may be limited and metered in surrounding areas - we recommend paying close attention to street signs when parking your vehicle to ensure you are permitted to park for the duration of the event.
There is also limited parking available at Claremont Showgrounds - click here to learn about locations.
If you are driving to the event, please make sure you have arranged a designated driver ahead of time.
Grapevine will be selling return bus tickets, departing from Federation Square, Ringwood Station, Frankston Station and Geelong Station.
All buses depart towards Grapevine from your selected location at your selected departure time.
All buses depart from the event back to your selected departure location as they fill up if you'd like to leave early or else at the end of the event from 10pm.
For more info about buses including pricing and departure times click here.
Many partygoers organise a party bus / private van. If you intend on doing this, you will need to purchase a party bus / private van pass. Only one pass is needed per vehicle. Head to the main ticketing page to purchase.
It is also possible to drive in your own car to the festival. There will be free parking available on site.
There will also be designated pickup and drop off zones.
If you plan on traveling by Taxi or Uber, please remain in your vehicle until you arrive at, the designated drop off zone.
It is recommended that you have another form of transport organised for the end of event. Due to the location of Grapevine, there will not be many taxis/Ubers available.
What to Bring
To prepare for your wild expedition, we’ve got you covered with our Wildlands checklist!
- Valid identification and proof of age
- Cash and cards
- Sunscreen, sunglasses and a hat
- A jacket or jumper to keep you warm when the sun goes down
- Reusable water bottle
- A pair of comfortable shoes
Bags will be checked on arrival! Please ensure you have read the below list as banned items will be confiscated if found in your possession.
- Glass (this includes perfume and handheld mirrors)
- Hydration packs/bladders
- Skateboards, roller skates and rollerblades
- Fireworks and flares
- Professional recording devices and cameras with detachable lenses
- Bags larger than an A4 sheet of paper
- Camping chairs and tables
- Illegal drugs and weapons
Please note, bags larger than an A4 sheet of paper will not be permitted entry into the event. There is no cloaking available at Wildlands.
Wildlands strives towards inclusivity and ensuring our events are accessible for all.
Stadium Park has predominantly flat surfaces, however the event is set upon natural terrain and at times can be challenging to navigate, particularly in bad weather.
Wildlands has put provisions in place to best accommodate people with additional accessibility requirements, for more information regarding accessibility at the event please reach out to us via email@example.com
Companion Card Tickets
Wildlands accepts Companion Cards, and you don’t need to contact us ahead of time to arrange a ticket!
The person attending Wildlands who holds a Companion Card will need to purchase a ticket to the event. On event day, head to the Box Office at the front entry gate where our team will view your the ticket and Companion Card. Once this is complete, your support worker will be provided with accreditation to enter the event and you’ll both be able to enter the festival!
Join The Team
If you would like to join the Wildlands team, we will be recruiting for the following roles:
- Box Office
- Crowd Care
Sign up to our Rosterfy Staff Registration now to be the first to know when applications are open!
Thank you for your interest in being a food vendor at Wildlands! Please complete this form to apply for a catering site.
Lost & Found
If you have lost an item at Wildlands or have taken home an item that may not belong to you, reach out to us via firstname.lastname@example.org - we’ll do our best to assist!
Explore the magic of Wildlands and visit our silent disco! Swap loudspeakers for headphones and choose between three channels with three genres to find your groove.
Food & Drink
Our bars will be stocked with popular alcoholic and non-alcoholic options with something to suit everybody.
There will also be a range of delicious food options available, catering to most preferences and dietary requirements.
Water stations will be located around the venue. We strongly recommend bringing a reusable water bottle so you can fill up and stay hydrated throughout the day!
If you have any specific questions regarding our food and drink offerings, please reach out to us at email@example.com.
Set times will be revealed closer to the date - check back here soon! Keep an eye on our socials for updates!