Wed Festival 2019 will be held on a beautiful stretch of grass along the Maroochy River! Join us at Maroochydore Rotary Park (aka Cotton Tree Park)

37 The Esplanade, Maroochydore, Queensland

Travelling by bus

There are several bus stops within 5 minutes walking distance to Memorial Park therefore catching a bus is a great option - you won't have to worry about trying to find a parking spot! You can see a full list of nearby stops here. 

Travelling by foot

Enjoy the beautiful day, save yourself the hassle of battling traffic, be kind to the environment and walk! The coast is very well equipped for those travelling by foot with numerous designated crosswalks and footpaths following most main roads. 

  Walking from Big Top  

  Walking from Sunshine Plaza  

Travelling by bike

There are frequent bike paths coming from both North and South of Cotton Tree. We highly recommend taking your bike if possible.

If you do travel by bike, make sure you stop by the Sunshine Coast Council marquee where the first 50 people to arrive sustainably can WIN prizes!! Register now to join the TravelSmart team on a 10 km bike ride along the Maroochy River to celebrate WED. Departs the festival at 11am. 

  Travelling from the North  

  Travelling from the South  

Travelling by kayak

Yes, believe it or not it is possible to kayak to the festival! As we are situated right on the river you can easily kayak straight up and in to the festival. Simply leave your kayak on the shore to collect and paddle home when finished - perfect!

Travelling by car

If you do travel by car there is free parking on the street, however this is limited. We recommend parking at either the Big Top Car park or Sunshine Plaza and walking to the festival (approx 8 minutes). 

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