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Charlotte Plains x QLD Music Trails

April 16 @ 4:00 pm 8:00 pm

Day Four at Charlotte Plains: Ballads and Bush Yarns

If you haven’t heard the news yet, Charlotte Plains is thrilled to announce our collaboration with QMF for the Queensland Music Trails in April. Get ready for a series of activities around the headline acts featuring the incredible Troy Cassar-Daley and rising star Loren Ryan.

Unpowered Camping sites and Day Pass tickets are now on sale! Click here to book now.

There are no powered sites at the event location, only unpowered. Unfortunately, all accommodation and powered campsites are at the Shearers Quarters, which are 10km away, and have been reserved for artists and staff.

There may be an option for glamping-style accommodation in tents at the event location (Bore Campsite). To express your interest, please email stay@charlotteplains.com.au for the Glamping Tent option. However, there needs to be a minimum number for this to be feasible, so it’s advisable to have a backup plan if it cannot proceed. We aim to inform all interested parties by March 1st.


Day Pass tickets are NOT required if you are staying at Charlotte Plains, either camping or accommodated. They are required if you are just visiting during the day to utilise our facilities and activities including Bathing, Yabby Delves, etc.

Click here to purchase your event tickets, if you haven’t already.
  • We would love for you to join us from Monday 15th April for a fantastic two days filled with fun activities. Troy Cassar-Daley and Loren Ryan will be performing on Tuesday 16th April, and there will be more live music on Monday evening.
  • Please click here to purchase your unpowered camping ticket. Note: There is a slight price increase on Monday 15th and Tuesday 16th to help cover the other activities Charlotte Plains will be running.
  • Please click here to purchase your Outback Trail event ticket.
  • In the event of rain, we will inspect the grounds and will make an announcement via our Instagram, Facebook, and website, if the event will go ahead. You will then be emailed with the next steps.
  • We will endeavour to provide as much notice as possible.
  • A full refund will be given if weather conditions prevent the Ticket Buyer from accessing the event due to closure of roads.

Yes – you can pick your camp spot at the Bore Campsite on arrival!

If you would like to camp as a group with other vehicles, we recommend arriving at the Bore Campsite together. It could be difficult to save spots for late arrivals.

Yes – you can. Usual site fees apply.

If you are staying at the Bore Campsite, there is 4KM of unsealed, good dirt road coming off the bitumen highway at the Creek Road (Widgeegoarra) entrance.

Once you have reserved your stay, you will be emailed a Property Map. This shows other distances around the property.

All roads are perfectly suitable for 2 wheel drive vehicles, as long as there hasn’t been any recent rain. Roads are flat and generally in good condition. If you have any hesitations, please email stay@charlotteplains.com.au or call 0745 888 804.

There are Hot Artesian Baths, WIFI, New Ablution Block with 3 flushing toilets and 3 showers, 2 toilets/shower combo, several long drops around the Campsite.

No. Baths are used by all guests and can be used any time or day.

Yes, there is Artesian water with taps at the shed, toilet block and a separate washing up area. It is suitable to drink and can be potted to use for your caravan or campsite. However, please bring water bottles, if you don’t like the taste.

You have access to 10 mins of free usage. You can only use in one sitting.

Once that is over, you can then pay $10 which gives you 5GB.

There is no mobile coverage.

Yes, we will be serving up the goods! Please note, this is an additional cost. Food vendors will be announced closer to the event.

Fires are permitted. Wood can be collected from around the property.

Yes – generators are permitted between the hours of 8:00am and 8.00pm only.

For this particular event, we discourage dogs from coming. However, we completely understand that people travel with their dogs and want them to be a part of their holiday.

Before considering bringing your four-legged friend, please ask yourself the following questions and review the rules below.

  • How will your dog cope? (Loud music, crowds, rowdy people, litter, being left)
  • Do they have good manners and won’t jump up on people or steal their snacks?
  • Are they well-behaved around other dogs?
  • Has your dog camped before?

If you do decide to bring your dog, please ensure the following:

  • On a short lead at all times
  • Clean up after them (ensure you bring and keep plenty of poo bags handy)
  • Collar with a name tag and contact details
  • Keep an eye on them at all times (don’t let them eat anything they find on the ground)
  • Strictly no access to the fenced event area (unless they are authorised assistance dogs)

All of these things are important factors to ensure you, your pup, and everyone else at the event have a good time!