This year marks a decade of the Pineapple Lounge serving juicy beats and equally as juicy Shampine. Whether you are a newfound Woodfordian or have a collection of memories from this slice of festival paradise, we invite you to join us in the celebrations. The Pineapple Lounge is loved by many, with its billowy, soft and relaxing corners.


Fancy something bubbly and cold? Of course you do! Introducing Sobah, a non-alcoholic craft beer company that aims to break down the stigma of socialising whilst sober. Sobah is Aboriginal owned and led, based on Yugambeh country (Gold Coast).

If you weren’t ‘you’ when you had your prom, formal or school dance, 20 years ago or two weeks ago, this is the night to reclaim it. The imperfect nature of this supposed enchanted night has left many of us longing for a do over. Taffeta, tulle, tuxes and tunes – if you’re


Walking into Greta Hartley’s stall, Munay Designs, is a bit like entering a mermaid’s treasure trove. The Sunshine Coast local has been creating jewellery for many moons now. Her handcrafted jewels are made with crystals, sterling silver, hill tribe silver, stones, shells, as well as with purpose and lashings of love. Greta draws her design inspiration from time spent in the sunny parts of the world, flitting between Australia and Thailand throughout the year.

Every year, we make it our mission to fill the land of Woodfordia with beautiful spaces; magical nooks and crannies to explore that ignite the imagination. The Sacred Union Labyrinth is one of said spaces. Robin Clayfield is the creative soul behind this beloved festival feature and sat down with Claire Meraki at last year’s festival to discuss the inception of her wonderful labyrinth and share her Woodfordian journey.


A feast for your noodle, this year’s Speakers and Ideas programme features 100+ inspiring, witty and downright remarkable people, covering everything from the environment, politics and government, social justice, health, death, business, education, music and matters concerning Indigenous Australia. We hope it challenges, inspires and exhilarates you as much as it does us. Here’s to spending our New Year period in celebration, contemplation and discussion. 


Woodford Folk Festival can be any number of things: a wellness retreat, a food safari, a musical tour, a fairground, a theatre, a circus, an art school or a comedy club. There’s something for everyone, even the littlest ones. Lovingly wrapped in the arms of the folk festival, lies the Children’s Festival – a bright, eye-widening wonderland.


This theme inspired Artist in Residence, Gavin Ryan, to make quite a radical departure from the style and
technique he has been employing in his poster design for the last ten years.


Calling all puzzle buffs! An artwork of monumental importance has been broken into 16 jigsaw pieces and scattered across Woodfordia’s online channels. Should you wish to lay eyes on this colourful creation in its exquisite entirety, you must seek out all 16 segments.


Imagine a fleeting but mighty township. It’s people – deeply kind, unapologetically themselves and full of a yearning to feed mind, body and soul. For six days and six nights at the end of the year, this very place and these very people exist in a paradise that is known as Woodford Folk Festival.

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