Sunscreen (Note: if you are planning on swimming in the lake, you must use all-natural, non-toxic sunscreen)
Small hand fan
Comfortable shoes, that can deal with wet in case of summer rain
Refillable water bottle (There are three Mt. Beerwah Spring Water refill outlets available for cheap refills.)
Light-weight rain coat
Light jumper for the evening
CAMPERS QUICK GUIDE
Tent with ropes and pegs or campervan mattress and bedding
Tarp with poles, ropes and pegs (if desired)
Large water container
Toiletries (all-natural products, please)
Battery powered light
Chairs and table (if desired)
Rope for clothesline
If self-catering, then:
Gas stove – Important safety warning re portable butane gas cookers. Please check here and only bring compliant gas cookers to Woodfordia
Pots and pans
Brush and washing up bowl
Cups / crockery / cutlery
Basic food supplies (ice and basic supplies are available from the onsite General Store)
Woodfordia’s 500 Year Plan
We recognise, appreciate and graciously receive gifts from our ancestors. We understand these are the gifts of lore and the celebration of our existence. We aim to gift future generations a clean slate; an organisation unencumbered with financial, social or environmental debt. We’ll cultivate a convention of decision-making, strengthening through time, that will resonate in our work and nurture our future. We’ll plant a forest of goodwill and benefit from its shade. We will build with the eyes of artists. We’ll provide space for our descendants to meet the challenges of their generations with vigour, courage and imagination and encourage them to celebrate their journeys with levity and frivolity. The 500 year plan lives in our minds. It is our myth. It is a vision for how we might be and sensed by all who feel our welcome.
Our Traditional Owners are members of the Jinibara Nation. The Jinibara people are the registered Native Title holders for the Woodford area and are comprised of the descendants of Fanny Mason, known as Jowalmel, who was born in the 1840’s at Woodford, and Johnny McKenzie, known as Wangiramu, born in 1826 near Kilcoy.
The Woodford festival experience is deep, rich and colourful. It is based on a vision of inclusive and creative community, culture and tradition passed through generations, expressed through story and ceremony.