ABOUT

 

The Lost Lands is a festival for the adventurer in all of us. Experience one incredible weekend at the spectacular Werribee Mansion, filled with music, art, installations, entertainment, food, wine and dedicated entertainment for kids.

 

The Lost Lands is a festival where you can bring the whole family.

 

Ignite the festival lover in you and share a wild and wonderful experience with your kids and friends. It’s a family holiday, reimagined in a festival setting.

 

The Lost Lands brings together the best music talent, as well as a captivating arts program, activities, comedy & performance.

 

At The Lost Lands we believe that music, the arts, and the environment are extremely important; and to foster a love of these things through shared experiences for future generations is an important and exciting prospect. It’s all about having a great time together and immersing yourself in music, the arts and nature – getting lost in the moment, for a whole weekend.

 

Welcome to The Lost Lands.

CAMPING

 

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What better way to experience The Lost Lands then to camp with us on site? Picture it now: hanging out with mates; watching your kids running around exploring everything the area has to offer; winding down with a hot chocolate or a last drink, before drifting off to sleep listening to the barks of zebras and perhaps even a lion’s roar.

 

Our campgrounds have been designed with families in mind. There’s access to toilets, showers, water, security and first aid. 

 

Camping for the weekend at The Lost Lands is free for kids aged 0-2, $5 for kids aged 3-18, and $20 for adults 18+ (or $10 per adult for one night). Camping is not allocated, so if you want to camp with your tribe please be sure to all arrive together. 

 

We happily welcome all campers and RVs; but it’s important to note that there’s no access to power or plumbed water facilities for campers, caravans and RVs. Caravans can stay attached to your car.

 

For further details about camping at The Lost Lands see our Camping FAQ page.

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CAMPING

 

What better way to experience The Lost Lands then to camp with us on site? Picture it now: hanging out with mates; watching your kids running around exploring everything the area has to offer; winding down with a hot chocolate or a last drink, before drifting off to sleep listening to the barks of zebras and perhaps even a lion’s roar.

 

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Our campgrounds have been designed with families in mind. There’s access to toilets, showers, water, security and first aid.

 

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Camping for the weekend at The Lost Lands is free for kids aged 0-2, $5 for kids aged 3-18, and $20 for adults 18+ (or $10 per adult for one night). Camping is not allocated, so if you want to camp with your tribe please be sure to all arrive together.

 

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We happily welcome all campers and RVs; but it’s important to note that there’s no access to power or plumbed water facilities for campers, caravans and RVs. Caravans can stay attached to your car.

 

For further details about camping at The Lost Lands see our Camping FAQ page.

ABOUT

 

The Lost Lands is a festival for the adventurer in all of us. Experience one incredible weekend at the spectacular Werribee Mansion, filled with music, art, installations, entertainment, food, wine and dedicated entertainment for kids.

 

The Lost Lands is a festival where you can bring the whole family.

 

Ignite the festival lover in you and share a wild and wonderful experience with your kids and friends. It’s a family holiday, reimagined in a festival setting.

 

The Lost Lands brings together the best music talent, as well as a captivating arts program, activities, comedy & performance.

 

At The Lost Lands we believe that music, the arts, and the environment are extremely important; and to foster a love of these things through shared experiences for future generations is an important and exciting prospect. It’s all about having a great time together and immersing yourself in music, the arts and nature – getting lost in the moment, for a whole weekend.

 

Welcome to The Lost Lands.