Dragon Dreaming Festival 2017

The dreamers, the shakers and wonderment makers are again invited to co-create a collective experience of abundant love and shenanigans while immersed in luscious land and soundscapes.

Dragon Dreaming returns to Cooradigbee Homestead in 2017 with new dates coinciding with the Melbourne Cup long weekend to take advantage of some warmer, beach party, weather. Just a six hour drive from Melbourne, or four from Sydney, Wee Jasper is the ultimate destination to Giddy Up with your mates. Don't forget ya floaties!

A very limited release of super early bird tickets are going on sale just in time for Christmas on Wednesday 21 Decmber. Because you've been good all year, you can have them for $165 plus bf each.

Big love for and wishing ya'll safe and happy holidays from the Dragon team <3

More event details coming soon......
Australia
Where?
Cooradigbee Homestead
When?
Open: 2017-11-03
End: 2017-11-06

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Australia

Australia is world famous for kangaroos, beaches and the outback, the vast fabled desert that spreads into the country’s epic interior. Here, vivid blue skies, cinnamon-red earth, deserted gorges and geological features as bizarre as the wildlife comprise a unique ecology.

Australia is also home of the bush doofs. Generally held in a remote country area or just outside big cities in surrounding bush or rainforests and similar to raves or teknivals. Doofs generally have healing workshops, speakers, art, live artists and DJs playing a range of electronic music. The first commercial doof was Earthcore back in 1993. Then a couple of years later Rainbow serpent festival started. Still both going strong!

Getting there

All visitors - apart from citizens of New Zealand - require a visa in advance of travel. Australia is a long way from anywhere else in the world, so for most visitors, the only practical way of getting into Australia is by air. Approximately half of all international travellers arrive first in Australia in Sydney, the largest city, (IATA: SYD).

After Sydney, significant numbers of travellers also arrive in Australia in Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth. There are also direct international services into Adelaide, Cairns, Darwin, the Gold Coast and Christmas Island though these are largely restricted to flights from New Zealand, Oceania, or Southeast Asia.

Read more: http://wikitravel.org/en/Australia#Get_in


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