Yes there will be a trauma trained doctor on-site 24/7
There is free water in the campgrounds close to the showers and toilets. There is also five stations within the festival site and free water is available at all bars.
There will be medical staff in the camp grounds who will be positioned in the North and South campground hubs.
Yes, in the main festival ground head to the information desk or the medical tent. In the campground, head to one of the campsite hubs which will be clearly marked with flags or see a member of security.
Yes, police will be conducting searches at entry to the festival, and will be present for the duration of the festival.
If you feel unwell or unsafe at any time during the festival, please head to the nearest medical tent, either in the main festival site or in each campsite. Or locate the nearest security or event staff who will assist you. Your safety is our number one priority.
Yes, there will be an ambulance and trained emergency personnel available 24hrs. Please make yourself aware of these locations with our official event map.
DanceWize NSW is NUAA’s latest harm reduction outreach program. DanceWize NSW utilises peer education to reduce drug-and-alcohol-related harm at NSW dance parties and festivals. Our staff and volunteers attend events in order to: host a chill-out space; discuss safer drug use with peers and disseminate health resources.