Tumbarumba is located half way between Sydney and Melbourne on the western side of the New South Wales Snowy Mountains.
Tumbafest has been running as an annual festival in Tumbarumba since 1997.
Tumbafest is managed by a hardworking volunteer committee, who provide their time throughout the year to organise the festival.
Approximately 3,000 – 5,000 people over the festival weekend.
Gates open to Tumbafest at 9.15am on both Saturday and Sunday.
No. BYO alcohol is not permitted through the Tumbafest gates. Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages can be purchased at the event.
Yes. There is both digital and Next G coverage in Tumbarumba for both Telstra and Optus mobile phones, plus you can charge your phone at the Snowy Hydro Charging Station.
No, not within the festival grounds. There are cash out facilities available in the main street of Tumbarumba.
There is also limited access to EFTPOS for ticket sales, so it is beneficial to have cash at the gate to buy tickets – or we recommend you pre-purchase your tickets!
The most convenient access to an ATM is at the Bendigo Bank, near the main entry to Tumbafest, in The Parade.
Yes, you can purchase Official Tumbafest merchandise on site.
There will be a wide range of merchandise this year, available to purchase from the merchandise and information tent, located near the center footbridge at Tumbafest.
No. Sorry we have a No Refund Policy!
No. Due to the large numbers of people that attend, we don’t allow pets inside the festival grounds.