The festival location is Borumba Deer Park. A family-owned-and-operated campground with additional caravan and cabin accommodation, located about 10 minutes west of Imbil and just a five-minute drive from Lake Borumba, the jewel of the Mary Valley inland from the Sunshine Coast.
Please have your tickets & ID ready to be processed upon arrival. Your Pranafest Welcoming Crew will be well equipped to make your entrance a swift journey. Children remain the responsibility of parents/primary caregivers at all times.
Children's 12 Under / 12 Over tickets one price for the entire weekend - include all activities and camping.
If you are a Day Tripper or Weekend Experience ticket holder you may arrive onsite from 5:30am to make the most of the day's activities.
We have come up with a range of accommodation options to suit the diversity of our Pranafest community. From spaces for your trusty tents & vans to luxury Glamping bells with all the trimmings, you will definitely find your tribe. By far the best way to immerse yourself in the full festival experience is to camp in the luscious parkland campgrounds. Make great new friends, swap festival tips with your neighbours and be part of the wonderful Pranafest vibe.
Our Glamping is a great option for anyone who’d rather not have to worry about setting up camp – singles, couples, families and groups. There are a limited number available and must be booked online through the ticketing facility on our website.
Can I reserve my camp spot?
No, first in, first serve. You can purchase the VIP add on ticket for Thursday night and come check in early and join us for the evening event Sunset Liberation (silent disco).
Can I bring my Dog?
No, we are sorry but no dogs allowed at the camp grounds during Pranafest 2023
Our Glamping is a great option for anyone who’d rather not have to worry about setting up camp – singles, couples, families and groups. There are a limited number available and must be booked online through the ticketing facility on our website. Your glamping set up includes all bedding, chairs for each occupant booked and a lux set up, with camp fire outside.
What is included in Glamping?
Glamping tents are beautiful bell tents. Mattress, linen including doona and blankets, pillows, towels, floor mats, battery powered lighting for inside the tent a small table.
*Please Note - It is advised that as always when camping and going to a festival, check the weather forecast, bring appropriate clothes for the weather keeping in mind it is always cooler at night time. You know if you are someone who feels the cold. If you wish to jazz up your campsite or make it more cosy , please bring whatever you feel you will need to make your experience the best and most comfortable and easy for you.
Are Glamping tents Powered? No, galling tents do not have power unless you got in early and booked Glamping as well as the Powered site upgrade. Powered sites FYI HAVE SOLD OUT.
Can I stay in my clamping tent Thursday night? If you purchased the VIP add on ticket to come to Pranafest on Thursday then Yes you get a 3rd night of camping in your Glamping tent. Check out of Glamping is 6pm Sunday.
Remember that you are creating a temporary home, a day retreat if needed, as well as a place to stargaze at the end of the day so please make sure you are comfortable and consider
your camping gear carefully. Water is always a precious commodity. We would appreciate if all our guests would join with us in conserving water in the following ways: restrict yourself to one shower a day, turn the water off when brushing your teeth and please bring some water with you. Those are the basics.
The question on so many people's lips! The great news is, there is a kiosk onsite that has all the daily necessities you may need. In addition to that, we have organised a delicious array of organic and plant based food vendors to cater to every craving. Check out our socials for the mouthwatering images and descriptions of the amazing humans who will be fuelling your bodies.
FIRES ALLOWED ON CAMPSITES, GLASS/PLASTIC TO BE RECYCLED AT OUR REEF CHECK COLLECTION STATIONS. NO ANIMALS ARE ALLOWED IN THE CAMPGROUNDS OR ON THE FESTIVAL SITE.
Cars and Parking
Our gracious hosts at the deer park have clearly marked access roads and set speed limits throughout the park, these are to be observed at all times. Once you have located your camping allocation, cars are to be parked as close to your camp site as possible.
Those arriving to the festival with accessibility needs will be accommodated subject to availability. Glamping tents are available. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with
any specific questions. The festival has a designated accessible camping area available for season campers with disabilities. A small number of camping sites have access to power (for life support equipment only) and access to accessible shower and toilet facilities.
These camping sites are limited and must be pre-booked via email. Both amenity blocks are disability-friendly and family-friendly, with flushing toilets and hot showers. We also welcome Assistance Animals and encourage you to register your Assistance Animal prior to attending the festival.
We do honour Companion Cards - please contact our friendly FSE team at email@example.com for further details.
There are two amenity blocks at either end of the park. The nature-inspired playground, will keep the kids busy for hours, along with the nine-hole mini golf course. The park kiosk is open daily between 8am and 5pm (6pm on Fridays and Saturdays). It sells bread, milk and other grocery items as well as frozen meals, snacks, drinks, ice and wood. Gas refills, along with various basic camping items, & firewood are also available.
For the convenience of caravanners that have their own onboard toilet, there is an onsite caravan dump point including a rinse bay located in the shed next to the Stockyard Amenities. The laundromat is open 24/7 and contains four large coin-operated washing machines and four large coin-operated dryers.
Weather and Packing
This is Queensland, our weather can range from very hot and dusty days through to
impressive storms, and it gets pretty chilly if you’re still wandering about enjoying the stars after sunset. Campers should prepare for any inclement experiences. We highly recommend preparing yourself for chilly winter nights for this particular occasion.