The Festival site is located at Elements of Byron, approximately 5km from Byron town centre.
The Festival encourages all patrons to use public transport if possible. A shuttle bus and train service will be operating between Byron CBD and the Festival site from Friday 3 – Sunday 5 August. If you plan to drive, read on for details on changed traffic conditions.
Train and Bus Route Map
The new Byron Bay Solar Train (blue line)runs from Byron Bay to North Beach Station at Elements of Byron Resort, where the Festival takes place, for a cost of $3 per one-way journey. The Byron Bay platform (1) is located on Shirley Street in Byron Bay CBD between the First Sun Caravan Park and Simmos Caltex Service Station. The drop-off platform (2) is approx. 300 metres from the festival site. Trains will run Friday, Saturday and Sunday between 8am and 8pm. A one-way trip takes approximately 15min.
Shuttle Bus information
A regular Go Byron shuttle bus service (red line)to and from the Festival site will run Friday, Saturday and Sunday between 8am and 5.30pm.
Cost: The cost is $5 each way, paid directly to the driver.
Frequency: The shuttle bus will circulate every ½ hour throughout the day. You will need to hail the driver kerbside: they will not automatically stop, nor are we able to give you an exact time as it will be dependent upon pickup and drop offs. Feel free to call to see when the next shuttle is due on 02 66 855 008.
When to wait: You should be waiting at least 1 hour prior to your session time.
(B & C)Shirley Street (opposite ‘Break Free’ Apartments) (D)The Atlantic (Marvel Street) (E)Byron Bay Visitor Information Centre (Jonson Street) (F)Byron at Byron Resort (77-97 Broken Head Road)
The Festival car park opens at 7.45am. Elements of Byron is located at the end of Bayshore Drive, approximately 5km from the centre of Byron Bay. Car parking on site is limited. If driving we recommend arriving 45 minutes before Festival entry.
For a taxi or maxi taxi to the Festival our preferred partner is Go Byron
If you are planning to ride a bike, please ride safely and be particularly mindful of merging traffic, parked cars and pedestrians. Bikes can be parked and locked to the safety fencing near the Festival entrance where signposted.