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Bundanoon Folk Festival 2023 (November 24th to 26th)

Price $25 – $140 AUD + BF Get tickets

Event description

The very first Bundanoon Folk Festival will be held on Gundungurra Country from Friday 24 to Sunday 26 November 2023 and is the newest addition to the Australian folk calendar.

Located in the Southern Highlands of NSW near the magnificent Morton National Park, the village of Bundanoon is under two hours from Sydney, Canberra and Wollongong, accessible by train and with ample camping and accommodation.

The Festival will program artists from all stages of the musical and artistic journey – much loved and well known acts, credentialed part-time players to emerging artists starting to spread their wings.
We are very excited to announce the following acts - Stiff Gins - We Mavericks - Enda Kenny - Equus - Fred Smith - Gallie - The Water Runners - Margaret & Bob Fagan - Chloe & Jason Roweth, with many more to follow.

Performances and workshops will run in over eight venues within the village. All venues are within easy walking distance from the train station and shops. Festival buses will transport festival-goers between venues and the campground throughout the weekend. All major venues are wheelchair accessible.

Whether it's busking, blackboards, campsite sessions, pub singing, or special community events such as The People Have Songs Project, we believe that music, dance, art and culture is for everyone. Our Festival will provide many opportunities for audiences to be part of something that will be truly magical.

To discover more about the festival and how you can get involved see our website at

PLEASE NOTE: Powered campsites are limited and preference will be given to those with medical needs. Please contact Festival Organisers if you require a powered site.

Bundanoon Folk Festival 2023 poster
Bundanoon Folk Festival 2023

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