Have you got your Inland Sea of Sound tickets yet?

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Inland Sea of Sound Festival is back bigger than ever as Wahluu-Mount Panorama plays host to the two-day music and arts festival Friday 30 November and Saturday 1 December.

Headlining this year:

The Cat Empire plus
Deborah Conway, Willy Zygier & the Others

Held on beautiful Wiradjuri land, don’t miss the soulful and bluesy tunes from singer songwriter Karen Lee Andrews, the guitar driven soul vibe of Yorta Yorta artist Benny Walker, and Hat Fitz & Cara, with their unique combination of folk, roots and gospel blues.

TICKETS:  Book your tickets now!

Food and Drink

There’s no soggy chips or chain fast food in sight here – the menu is a celebration of local produce and regional artisans.

Trang Hue serves fresh and tasty Vietnamese, head to Bush Tucka for kangaroo skewers with chorizo with their famous home-made ginger beer, and Miss Mabel’s will have organic and free range delights as well as gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options.

Earned a thirst? Grab a beer from local brewers Two Heads, try a delicious Small Acres Cyder, or a glass of wine from our local vineyards.

Kids’ Space

Kids’ Space will host fun workshops to suit different ages: circus classes, sunset yoga and music workshops with local musicians. There’s also a chill out zone with plenty of water, fresh fruit and games. Family friendly bonus? Children aged 12 and under get free entry.


Fancy sleeping under the stars? Festival goers can camp onsite. Or if you’d rather a hot shower and plush mattress, there’s something for all budgets and tastes in Bathurst, from B&Bs to boutique hotels to family friendly serviced apartments. Book your accommodation here.

Image: Smith & Jones play to the crowd on Wahluu-Mt Panorama.

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