Bermagui is a picturesque fishing village on NSW’s South Coast. A day’s drive from Sydney and Melbourne and a half day from Canberra, it sits on a pristine area of coast, fringed by forest, sapphire seas, farmland and National Parks.
Being small, Bermagui has limited accommodation in the township, and as Easter is a peak period we suggest you book early. You may find additional accommodation at Tilba, Mystery Bay, Narooma, Cabargo, Bega or Tathra, each an easy drive from Four Winds.
The friendly, knowledgeable staff at the Bermagui Visitor Information Centre look forward to welcoming and assisting you with information on attractions, things to do and accommodation in the local area and the Sapphire Coast region.
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All events are at Nature’s Concert Hall, in the Sound Shell & Windsong Pavilion located at:
Four Winds Road, Barragga Bay, NSW 2546
Travel 9kms south of Bermagui along the Tathra Bermagui Road, or 35kms north from Tathra.Turn west onto Four Winds Road, Barragga Bay.
Alternatively, you can phone 02 6493 3366.
At the Festival: Swap your ticket for a wristband during the festival, at the festival box office or gate upon arrival at the Barragga Bay site.
Please note: the Sound Shell Day and Weekend Passes do not include performances of The Iliad – Out Loud. Separate bookings are required.
COVID QR CODES/CONTACT TRACING
Four Winds is required to keep electronic record of all persons attending events on the site. For this reason, registrations and bookings for all events are essential, including for free events and for children under 16 years old (who have free entry).
Once at the event, you will need to sign in with a QR code for Covid-19 contact tracing purposes. All details are held electronically for 28 days, as required by the Department of NSW Health, should they be requested for contact-tracing. One person can sign in each member of your group, or each member can scan the QR code and sign in individually. Please ensure your phone is enabled to scan QR codes.
More information here.
There are no refunds. By purchasing a ticket, you are agreeing to attend an outdoor event. If bad weather materialises on Friday, Saturday or Sunday prior to the Sound Shell events commencing, a revised program will run in alternate venues.
*Please review our Terms and Conditions in relation to Covid-19 refund policy here.
The 2021 Festival has Concession tickets available to the Sound Shell Daytimes and Weekend. There are no concession tickets available for the All In One Pass or for performances of The Iliad (Out Loud).
If you have purchased a Concession ticket, please be ready to show one of the following at the gate with your ticket: Australian Pension Card, Full-time Student Card, DVA Gold Card. (Note: Seniors Card does not apply)
ACCESS PASS INFO
If you are a current holder of the 2020 Season Access Pass, the 2021 Festival is included in this. Bookings to the Sound Shell days and weekend are still required via the Festival ticketing.
Please note: Performances of The Iliad (Out Loud) are not covered by the Access Pass. For these events, you will need to buy a separate ticket.
Priority car parking is available for those with limited mobility. 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.
For additional information, please visit our Accessibility page here for comprehensive details and an area accessibility map.
If you are driving to the Festival site on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, please book your parking pass prior to arriving on the day. The cost is $10 per car per day.
When on the Four Winds 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.
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.
SEATING IN THE SOUND SHELL
Rugs and low chairs take up centre places in the Sound Shell auditorium so that everyone can see the stage. Areas to the side are for higher chairs. Please bring a water bottle and hat. For social distancing reasons, please keep a 1.5m distance between your neighbours.
FOOD and DRINKS
Four Winds is proud to support local producers and traders at the festival and we would love you to support them too by treating yourself to their beautiful food and drink.
Food, coffee and refreshments are available to purchase on the Four Winds site from morning through to the afternoon at the festival. We run a bar.
You can also bring your own picnic, to relax on the grass in the sunshine.
This Program is subject to change.
Updates will be made on the Four Winds website – fourwinds.com.au.
FREE FESTIVAL SHUTTLE BUS
Four Winds runs a free shuttle bus to the site on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Schedule will be available closer to time – please keep checking our website for updates. Bookings are essential.
Please review our Terms and Conditions here.
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