Sound Shell & Windsong Pavilion (Festival site)
Four Winds Road, Barragga Bay, NSW 2546
(9kms south of Bermagui off the Bermagui-Tathra Road)

Dickinson Oval
Lamont Street, Bermagui NSW 2546

Central Tilba Big Hall
3 Bate Street, Central Tilba, NSW 2546

Bermagui Community Centre
3 – 5 Bunga Street, Bermagui NSW 2546

After Dark Bermagui Town Venues TBC


Phone: 02 6493 3414
In person: Four Winds Office, Bermagui Community Centre, 3 – 5 Bunga Street, Bermagui
Office hours: Tuesday to Thursday, 9.30am – 12.30pm
At the Festival: Swap your ticket for a wristband during the Festival week at Four Winds Festival Office, the Friday evening Community Concert or at the box office gate upon arrival at Nature’s Concert Hall.
Please note: Tickets are non-refundable.

Access Pass

The Four Winds Access Pass is available to people who live in the Bega Valley Shire and Eurobodalla regions to holders of the following; Australian Pension Card, Full-time Student Card, DVA Gold Card.
For more information click Access-Pass


Priority car parking for those with limited mobility is available. Please indicate that you need access to this area when you arrive on site. Wheelchair users may use the dedicated seating area in the front of the Sound Shell stage, which is accessed from backstage and via the lower car park.
The Windsong Pavilion is fully accessible and fitted with a hearing loop system.

Free Bus

There will be a free shuttle bus service running from the Bermagui Country Club to and from the Four Winds site on Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 April.
Bookings are essential via the Four Winds website:


If you are driving to the Festival site on Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 April please book your carpark spot prior to arriving on the day. The cost is $10 per car per day. Car park passes can be purchased via the booking page on the Four Winds website:
When on site, please follow the directions of the parking volunteers and to avoid disappointment, be sure to leave enough time to arrive and depart the site at busy periods.

Seating in the Sound Shell

Rugs and low chairs take centre place in the Sound Shell so that everyone can see the stage. Areas on the side are for higher chairs.


Food and drinks are available to purchase on the Four Winds site between 9.00am and 5.00pm on Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 April. You can also bring your own picnic.

Wet Weather

In the event of extreme weather, the Sound Shell performances on Saturday 20 April and Sunday 21 April will proceed in a different format, in alternative venues. Ticket purchasers will be contacted with details. Please watch our website – – and Facebook page for details.
Please note: there are no refunds.

Sound Shell

Sound Shell

Windsong Pavilion

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At the heart of the Four Winds Festival are two full days of music presented on the venue’s main stage, its iconic 2,000-person capacity Sound Shell amphitheatre. Unique within Australia, this state-of-the art facility, conceived by architect Philip Cox, is surrounded by nature, amidst 30 acres of carefully maintained natural bushland.

Over the Festival’s five days, a series of more intimate concerts will also take place at Four Winds’ Windsong Pavilion, a stunning purpose-built 200-seat indoor performance space, designed by architect Clinton Murray, which has been described as having one of the finest acoustics in Australia.

Four Winds’ signature House Concerts, held in landmark local private properties, are a Festival favourite, providing a rare and highly intimate opportunity to experience exquisite musicianship in an exclusive setting.

Free community performances, music installations to be discovered around the Four

Winds site, and a special program for aspiring young musicians, all ensure a diverse range of opportunities for the entire community to engage with the Festival’s artists and their music.

“It’s the incredible natural environment where Four Winds takes place, which makes it such a unique event,” James Crabb, Four Winds Artistic Director says. “It makes everyone feel like they’re sharing in something intimate, to be treasured.”

“As a musician on stage in a concert hall, you can have the overwhelming feeling of being at the centre of everyone’s attention. Then, in contrast, when you perform in nature, you have a sense of yourself as a small part of a much bigger worldly picture.”

“That’s one the main reasons that the Festival has such a great reputation amongst musicians,” Crabb continues. “They love to play here, surrounded by such extraordinary beauty. It’s incredibly humbling, connecting and rewarding.”

Four Winds acclaimed flagship event will become an annual fixture on the organisation’s program, with plans already well underway for next year.

A firm favourite with music lovers, the Four Winds Easter Festival is renowned for presenting stunning musical performances in its unique performance space, surrounded by 30 acres of open bushland.

It’s an experience which is worlds apart from a typical concert hall performance: an encounter with music and nature for both artists and audiences; the guiding philosophy which has seen the event go from strength to strength.

Speaking on behalf of the organisation, Artistic Director James Crabb says, “Over the past 27 years, the Four Winds Easter Festival has grown from a small gathering of friends enjoying an afternoon of quality music-making in a stunningly beautiful location, to a highly anticipated event drawing an audience of thousands, offering five days of exceptional performances and programs presented by over sixty Australian and international artists.”

“Four Winds is committed to building its contribution to the Australian and international music-making ecology, so making the Festival an annual event is in many ways a natural development.

“Over recent years we have laid the foundations for a vibrant year-round program incorporating music education, community-based projects, commissioning, performances and artist residencies, all inspired by our exceptional location in nature. The Easter Festival provides the perfect opportunity to showcase our work to a wider national audience and share the best of evolving music-making practice.”