Accessibility

Event: Poseidon's Spark: Early Entrants - Set Up Crews & Working Volunteers Only

General information

Travel instructions

There are no public transport options to the event. The event is held approximately 18 km East of the town of Kulin. To get to the event site, leave Kulin on the Kulin-Lake Grace Road. Travel for approximately 15 km on the Kulin-Lake Grace Road before turning left into Jilakin Rock Road. If you stop seeing the tin horses you have gone too far. Once on Jilakin Rock Road continue for about 2 km and you will reach the event's gate, where our sometime friendly gate staff will check your ticket and allow you to enter the event. We will have sign posts up directing you to the right spot, please follow the signs. Signs are posted once every 5 km, so if you have not seen a sign in a while, chances are you have missed the turn.

Entry instructions

Enter the event through the gate on Jilakin Rock Road.

After entry instructions

Please follow the event staff's instructions they will guide you to the best available camping spot, or put you in touch with your theme camp. Once you have parked, please remember that there is no driving on site.

Hazards

The event is held in a field on a working farm, the terrain is uneven and if it has rained it will be muddy. Please make sure that you have planned for this eventuality. No pets or animals are allowed on site, with the exception of assistance animals. We ask that you contact to let us know that you are coming with an assistance animal so that we can ensure that all our volunteers are aware of your animal. If there is any additional information that we can provide to assist you in making it to our event, please contact ticketing@blazingswan.com.au

Toilet location

Accessible toilets are marked on the map in the Where's The Fun? (WTF?) guide which you will be provided at the entry to the event. Near our event Headquarters are fixed accessible toilets and shower facilities

Accessible parking

There are no accessible parking options available. The event is held in a field, with participants camping and parking in designated areas.