Friday 28 Feb - Sunday 1 March 2020

Camping and Accommodation

 On-site camping
The Festival has plenty of camping space in the beautiful rural setting of the Cobargo Showground, just five minutes from Cobargo Village.
Showers and toilets available. Handy to all venues and the street market.
Showground Camping is only available to weekend ticket holders.
Youth and children (under 18) may camp FREE but must be accompanied by an adult ticket holder.
PLEASE NOTE THAT HEAVY VEHICLE CAMPING —  RVs, motorhomes and caravans over seven metres including drawbar — is NOT allowed on the main arena of the Showground.
For insurance purposes and in order to be fair with the allocation of camping spots, there will be no admission to the festival site until 8.30 am on Thursday 27 February 2020, except for authorised volunteers working on pre-festival set-up teams and performers.
A TOTAL FIRE BAN IS IN PLACE IN COBARGO FOR MARCH. Please help us do the right thing by not lighting fires, including wood burning BBQ/cooking stoves.

 

Off-site Accommodation

There are a few people who we especially want to thank for their continued generous support of the Cobargo Folk Festival.  If you are looking for accommodation at festival time and beyond, take a look at these first. These businesses are all run by great local people and we highly recommend them:

Cobargo Hotel

https://www.facebook.com/CobargoHotelMotel/

Bermagui Harbourview Motel

http://www.harbourviewmotel.com.au/

Bermagui Seaview Beach Houses 

http://seaviewbeachhouses.com.au/

Moonrise on the River

https://www.airbnb.com.au/rooms/12325891?guests=1&adults=1

Tourist Information
Cobargo Information Centre
    (02) 6493 6110   hrs 10am - 4pm (except Tues & Wed closed)

Bermagui Visitor Information Centre   (02) 6493 3054

Merimbula Tourism (02) 6495 1129 Freecall 1800150 457

The following accommodation listings are offered as a community service.