Grow Your Own is held on Harry Elliott Oval, Beach Street in Tuncurry on the Mid North Coast of NSW.
Wondering how to get to the festival site locally? If you're not driving, our PREPAID chartered busses are the best option!
For $15 return, you can hop on and off at any of the stops shown on the map below, at the times listed in the table below.
At the festival, you'll be greeted by our lovely Grow Your Own staff. They'll scan your prepaid bus ticket (please ensure this is not your festival ticket!). They'll also give you a bus wristband - this is your return ticket & indicates you've paid. Without it, security will not permit you to leave the bus zone for the festival gates, so please prepay, scan, & keep your wristband on til you get home!
Busses will be departing from the same drop-off point, so please meet there for your return trip. And of course, enjoy your day in between!
The drive is around three hours north of Sydney and one hour and a half from Newcastle. Take the Pacific Highway and turn off at Failford Road follow along until you hit The Lakes Way and take a left.
If you are coming from the south the drive is around one hour and 30 minutes from Port Macquarie, around three hours from Coffs Harbour and just under six from Byron. Take the Pacific Highway and take The Lakes Way exit on the left.
Once on The Lakes Way follow the road to Tuncurry. Take a left a North Street and another left on Beach Street, follow the road until you reach the sign-posted car parking. Then walk on in to Grow Your Own.
Limited parking will be available - we encourage festival-goers to take the event buses or ride-share to the event.
From Sydney Central Station catch the 100 towards Fingal Bay Shops (Coach Bay 7) and get off at Raymond Terrace Coach Stop, Adelaide Street. From there catch the 151 towards Taree and get off at Forster Coach Stop, Little Street.
Greyhound Australia runs buses from Sydney, Byron Bay, Brisbane, the Gold Coast, Coffs Harbour and Port Macquarie to Taree.
The nearest airports are in Taree (40 minutes drive), Port Macquarie (one hour and 15 minutes drive) and Newcastle (one hour and 30 minutes drive). The nearest train station is in Taree where Countrylink services arrive from Sydney and Newcastle.
The event is a close walk from Tuncurry accommodation and the main street. When walking along Manning Street in Tuncurry turn off onto the Beach Street and follow the street until you reach the festival.