Four Winds aims to make all our events accessible, however please be aware we are located in a natural bush setting.
before you visit
Please call ahead on 02 6493 3366, especially if this will be your first time visiting the site, and let us know of any special access requirements you have. We recommend that if possible, you have someone within your party to assist you while you are on site, should this be required. Four Winds staff and volunteers are also here to help.
Assistance Animals are welcome on site.
Priority car parking and drop-off zones for those with limited mobility are available. Please indicate that you need access to these areas when you arrive on site, or call ahead.
The Windsong Pavilion is fully accessible. The venue is on one level, and there are paved paths from drop-off zones to the Pavilion entry, as well as to the accessible toilet at the southern end of the building.
The Pavilion seating can be arranged to accommodate wheelchairs and other mobility requirements.
Windsong Pavilion is fitted with a hearing loop system.
During our Festivals, much of the program takes place in the Sound Shell amphitheatre. The amphitheatre seating is on a natural slope, and contains 21 steps, leading on to 19 grassed risers where seating can be pre-arranged.
Accessible entry to the Sound Shell is via the backstage area at the bottom of the amphitheatre. There is a drop-off zone and a paved path leads to the Sound Shell. Wheelchair users are able to use the dedicated seating area in the front of the Sound Shell stage.
Upon arrival at the site, please advise our car-parking volunteers if you require this access to the Sound Shell.
The Sound Shell area has its own accessible toilets.
During Festivals, there is a vendor marquee area at the top of the amphitheatre. This is a flat area, with plenty of seating available. However, please note that this area is unpaved.
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