Don’t Miss Out On These Top 5 Festivals in Australia

Let Them Eat Cake Line Up 2015

The Australian summer may be a while away, but it’s never too late to start planning your summer festivals!

Here are a our Top 5 Festivals in Australia to put into your summer plans now!

A psychedelic wonderland in the nirvana of rural Australia, think Australian Burning Man… but just a bit smaller. It’s not all about the music here either Rainbow Serpent brings everything from multimedia projections, breathtaking and unique art installations, solar cinema, a lotus temple and so much more.
27th – 30th January 2017, Lexton, Victoria

Classic Aussie paddock bashing fun out in the bushwhacking wilderness of Tasmania. Party in the Paddock will take place in Burnscreek in 2017, making this harsh land a place of fun, dance and killer music! The lineup gets better and better each year so make sure you get those early bird tickets.
19th -20th February, Burnscreek, Tasmania

With the first ever Mountain Sounds Festival being held in 2014 she is the baby of the Australian Festival scene. Located on the Central Coast this festival is all about great music being shared in the beautiful eight hectares of rural Australian landscape and don’t forget the people that make this area so special.
18th February, Mount Penang Parklands, Central Coast

A boutique festival if ever there was one. Let Them Eat Cake takes place on New Years Day (so you have to survive the previous nights festivities) at the Werribee mansion in Melbourne. Come along for a full day of awesome music of the electronic/deep house variety and usher in the new year in the coolest way possible.
1st January, Werribee Park, Melbourne

A festival unlike any other, FOMA boasts a colossal range and variety of art installations from theatre to cinema and dance as well as interactive workshops, talks and sculptures. Over 200 artists perform across 3 huge days across all genres of music. It all takes place in beautiful Hobart over 6 massive days in total, FOMA is a week unlike any other.
January 2017 (dates TBA), Hobart, Tasmania

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