Nestled in the humble valley of Stonehurst on Paredarerme Country, is where Pangaea takes place. We respectfully acknowledge the Paredarerme people - the traditional and original owners of the land on which we gather.
And more broadley, we acknowledge and respect the Palawa people of lutruwita, we recognise and are thankful for their continuing culture and connection to Country - the land, the air, the sea, their people, and sharing of this knowledge with the people of Pangaea.
We also extend our thanks to the Mace family who currently farm on the land and have kindly let us shape and build our festival site here.
There are a few things to know about our campgrounds:
- Campervans, caravans and camper trailers are allowed, however please be mindful to reserve soft grassy areas for tents. Park your motorhome over the more rough/undulating surfaces to help us maximise our camping grounds.
- No vehicle movement permitted once you are onsite, unless prior arrangement is made with festival management.
- Our campgrounds are equipped with toilet and hand wash facilities.
- If you are wanting to camp with friends it is best to arrive together as access is not guaranteed once the campgrounds fill up.
- Do not bring excessively large tents/shade structures, unless you have a big family to accommodate.
- Do not bring couches or large furniture items.
- Take out what you bring in. Leaving no trace besides the flattened grass from your tent/camper.
- There is a beautiful river that follows the campgrounds edge, however this is a NO SWIM river and is bordered by a fence with barb wire. Please leave the river and its habitat in peace.
What to bring
You are coming camping with us! Here are some tips on what to bring to help you have a comfortable and enjoyable time.
- Drinking water and a refillable container/drink bottles, cups, plates, bowls & utensils (CLEAN) to use at food stalls or camp.
- Hat, sunscreen, sunglasses.
- Hand sanitiser.
- Face mask if you like. We will have masks in case you forget.
- A simple first aid kit. Add stingose to it!
- Warm clothes for the night, rain jacket/umbrella for potential wet weather, appropriate shoes and clothes for all weather conditions - it is Tassie after all.
- Camping gear, tent & pegs, sleeping bag, camp mat, pillow, extra woollen blanket, small tarp and poles for shade.
- Bank card.
- Yoga Mat
- Friends & family.
- Loads of love, laughter, joy and your dancing shoes.
- Your best you!
Tasmanian East Coast Adventures after Pangaea
Looking for more to do after Pangaea? Or even on your way to Pangaea?
Check out East Coast Tasmania's website for an excellent coverage of Tasmania's East Coast adventures.