“The natural environment at Amaroo is very beautiful, the parks have been developed with sensitivity for the nature and the buildings are attractive and blend in well. It’s very special to experience the wildlife, birds and wallabies.” Guest
September is spring at Amaroo. Although it is not a particularly wet month, rain can occur.
The average maximum daytime temperature is 26° Celsius (79° Fahrenheit).
The average minimum evening temperature is 9° Celsius (48° Fahrenheit).
check 7 day weather forecast here
If you pack for a wide range of weather conditions you will have a comfortable time at Amaroo. Whether you are staying onsite or not, see the suggested list ‘What to Bring‘
Amaroo’s environment and climate can be demanding. The grounds are designed for walking and there is limited transport. We suggest that you wear comfortable walking shoes, a wide hat, and bring a bottle of water and a jacket to all event activities. A good quality UV 50+ umbrella provides cool shelter when walking to the Amphitheatre in the heat of the day.
The Information Booth is located in the Pavilion at shop 29. The team can help with your questions in Spanish, Portuguese, French, Italian, Hindi and some Slavonic languages! A Lost and Found service is also provided, as well as the notice board with the day’s Event Schedules.
Important Information – Internet Access & Phone Calls
If you are coming from overseas, you will not need to buy a sim card.
Payment Gateway – Phone connections will take place via mobile apps such as Skype, WhatsApp or Signal, or on mobile phones which support “WiFi Calling” technology. You can connect via WiFi costing approximately AU$30.00 for the week or A$5.00 per day.
The older model of local mobile connections via 4G over local Telcos (Telstra, Optus etc) will not be available as they are both expensive and unreliable in our bush location.
The local exchange does not have the capacity to provide the necessary bandwidth to support a large number of simultaneous users with 4G connectivity.
Please change your money into Australian dollars prior to arriving onsite.
No personal cheques or travellers cheques will be accepted.
There is an ATM in the Pavilion which accept Visa, Mastercard and Amex.
We recommend you advise your bank prior to leaving home, if you intend to use your credit or debit card in Australia.
Help us care for the environment and Amaroo’s waste bill by using the Recycling Bins situated by the posts of the main Dome in the Pavilion. read more
Paramedics and an ambulance will be the only medical services located on site to respond to first aid needs and medical emergencies.
There is a First Aid Booth in the Pavilion. Non-emergency medical problems will be referred to offsite medical practitioners at your expense.
Apart from snakes, a variety of insects exist in the ecology of Amaroo, including ticks, wasps, ants, spiders and bees. If you have allergic reactions to bites and stings, please bring medications as recommended by your physician.
If you require medication, please bring an adequate supply. Medication requiring refrigeration can be stored at the First Aid booth.
Personal travel insurance with coverage for medical, surgical, and emergency travel is strongly recommended. If you have a pre-existing medical condition seek advice from your doctor before travelling. Attendees are responsible for all costs relating to their medical and health matters.