Rainbow Serpent Festival 2018

Winner winner, festival dinner! So, here we are – we are 21… and thank you all for being part of the fun! Thanks to everyone who shared the incredible vibes at our 20th birthday celebration, such a special gathering and here we all are slowly crawling closer to our 21st Rainbow!

As usual, ticket allocations are flying faster than expected now that our first lineup announcements are out - we expect to reach capacity earlier than we did last year so if you are a rainbow regular and feel you can't miss out then you know what to do!

We are also introducing some exciting community initiatives for RSF 2018 - including a disability access plan so everyone in our family can have an enjoyable Rainbow! Visit our website to have your say if you have experience with disability access at festivals, we'd love to hear from you xx
Rainbow Serpent Festival
Open: 2018-01-26
End: 2018-01-29

11005 interested
7387 attending
11005 maybe
None invited

So, where is it?


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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