Lodging See meals below
Lodging is available for $87 per adult and $67 per child under 18. Book here.
Nanga is home to three rustic lodges that sit naturally in the bush setting. The lodges are a step up from camping, have a real community feel about them and offer shared spaces and ablutions. Those staying in a lodge will require a sheet, a good sleeping bag and a sense of adventure. A pillow slip, pillow and mattress are provided on each bed. Each lodge caters to different needs and lifestyles
Currawong NO CURFEW
Currawong is home to Nanga's main (and only) stage. Currawong caters to those looking for a late night or two (or three) full of sing-alongs, jams and socialising. Nanga offers ear plugs if you aren't the last one to bed!
If you plan to self-cater, Currawong has a fully set up kitchen with a fridge, cooking facilities, kettle, microwave, cutlery etc. Also, our coffee/chai man is located at Currawong. Yum!
Timbarra 1.30AM CURFEW
Timbarra is a beautiful lodge set between the concert and meals areas. Not as lively as Currawong, Timbarra is often the scene for a quieter songwriter jam around the fire. Timbarra is also a choice for self-catering with a fully functional kitchen like Currawong. This year our workshops will be held in Timbarra.
Woodshed 11PM CURFEW
Catered meals are served in Woodshed so there is no capacity for self-catering here. Woodshed is best for those who like to get to bed (and rise) early. It's also the most suitable venue for young families. Nestled next to Woodshed is the Listening Gallery where you can quietly enjoy some open mic performances while having your meals. Woodshed is also home to our Saturday afternoon sing-along. It is also the meeting point for the bush walks.
Catered Meals MENU
Simple but delicious meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner will need to be pre-ordered online before October. Meals can be ordered individually or as a 6-meal package for $70. A Sunday evening BBQ is also available for $10. The menu includes vegetarian options. The meals area in Woodshed Lodge is a great place to socialise or to enjoy open mic performances. Nanga offers these meals at cost, with no profit to the festival. Only book meals after your entry ticket and selected lodge has been booked..
Self-catering kitchens are also available in two lodges - Currawong and Timbarra (not Woodshed). Keep this in mind when booking your preferred lodge, if you plan to self-cater. See details about the lodges above.
Mick Hart is the official Nanga 'Coffee Man' offering coffee, chai latte, tea and hot chocolate.