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#Ticketing FAQs

How can I contact QMF regarding ticketing?

You can call the QMF head office at 07 3010 6600.  

What are the terms and conditions of entry?

Please read the terms and conditions of site entry, and the Moshtix User Agreement. Click here to read more

Where can I purchase tickets?

Tickets and packages can only be booked via the Moshtix.com.au website.  

How will I receive my tickets? 

Tickets will be emailed to the nominated email address from booking.   

Who is eligible for a concession ticket?

Seniors and Australian Health Care Card Holders who hold one of the following: Blue Government Card or White Senior Card, Pension Card, Repatriation Health Card (Gold, Health Care Card specifying reason as “age, Veterans Affairs Card, for overseas seniors, Proof of Age Cards or Passport showing age as +65 years old

Students; Any Australian student card with a valid sticker or date will be eligible for a concession ticket – student must be studying in Australia.

Children; over five years-old (children under 5 are free)

Are children free?

Children under 5 years old are free. Tickets for children over 5 years old can be purchased under the Concession price. 

I haven't received my email confirmation/ticket — what do I do? 

In the first instance, check your Junk/Spam inbox for lost emails. If you can't find your tickets, please submit a request here: https://tixsupport.moshtix.com.au/hc/en-us/requests/new

Will the event sell out?  

Yes, there are limited tickets available due to reduced capacities, COVID protocols, and the more intimate nature of the concerts this year. To avoid disappointment, purchase your tickets and packages early!  

Can I get a refund on my ticket? 

As per the Terms and Conditions, refunds will not be issued unless the event is cancelled due to weather or changes to COVID protocols as guided by the Queensland Government.   

#Opera at Jimbour FAQs

What if it rains?

The Eastern Lawn Galas will be held outside and will go ahead in light rain. Be prepared by bringing a rain poncho or a spray jacket, and make sure you bring plenty of warm clothes (and maybe a blanket). In the event that the weather prevents the event from continuing, ticketholders will be contacted as soon as practicable.

What’s new this year? 

Opera at Jimbour has evolved into a full weekend of activities, giving travellers more up close and immersive experiences in and around the grounds at Jimbour House. The program includes a wide range of concerts to attend, guided tours of Jimbour House, and access to camping, food and arts markets.  

We are also offering ticket packages for the first time. These bespoke ticketing packages offer 15% off on individual tickets and are specially tailored to make the most out of your visit by experiencing two or more of our marvellous events.  

What kind of performances can I see?  

Opera at Jimbour has 4 distinct concert offerings across the 25 – 27 June weekend: 1) two Galas (featuring different repertoire) on the Eastern Lawn, 2) Drawing Room Recital (inside Jimbour House) and 3) an evening chamber music concert at the Hangar. Please see the Schedule for more details.  

What’s the difference between the Saturday and Sunday Gala performances? 

Opera Queensland have curated two different sets of repertoire featuring their stellar cast of soloists. If you love your opera hits, we recommend trying to attend both as they will be completely different shows! 

When will the full cast be announced? 

The full cast has been announced! Check out the full cast list here.

What should I bring to Opera at Jimbour?  

The warm winter sun at Jimbour can have some bite to it so remember to pack a hat and plenty of sunscreen. Seating is provided at all of the concerts so there is no need to bring picnic rugs or chairs. And don’t forget to bring a printed or digital copy of your tickets!  

What time should I arrive? 

Once you’ve purchased your packages or tickets, make a note of the start time to the events and aim to arrive at Jimbour Homestead at least one hour before the concert start time. This will give you ample time to find parking, do your COVID check-in requirements, and leisurely grab a drink before going into the performance.  

If you are staying for the weekend (eg. camping) it is advised to arrive at the Jimbour event grounds 20 minutes before the start of each event to allow ample time to do your COVID check-in, grab a drink at the bar and be seated.

Is Opera at Jimbour a licenced venue? 

Yes, Opera at Jimbour is a licenced venue and BYO alcohol is not permitted outside the camping area. There will be bars open within the event grounds over the weekend to purchase alcohol. Please see the site map for all our bar locations.  

Will food be available for purchase? 

Absolutely! Our famous markets with local produce and artisans will be on site throughout the event. If you’re camping, the Camp Kitchen is also an option for dinner. See the Camping FAQs for more information.

Are there Group discounts? 

Yes! Special Concession Rates apply to groups of 10+ for the Gala concerts on Saturday and Sunday only. Please email info@qldmusictrails.com with your 1) phone number and 2) the number of people in your group, and a team member will be in touch with further details. 

Can I camp at Jimbour? 

Yes – camping is available for up to 4 nights from Thu 24 June. Please see the Camping FAQs for more information.  

Camping check in is open between 9AM and 5PM each day

Will there be ATMs? 

Yes, there will be an ATM on site. Please refer to the site map.  

What is the dress code?  

We encourage our opera lovers to dress in your Sunday best!  

Are there bus services to Jimbour? 

Yes! There will be return bus services to Opera at Jimbour, departing Dalby, Chinchilla and Toowoomba. View the schedule here.

Can I bring my pet? 

No animals (except assistance animals) are permitted, as Jimbour Station is a working property. 

I have more questions, who do I contact? 

For General Event inquiries: 07 3010 6600 or info@qldmusictrails.com
For Camping inquiries: events@wdrc.qld.gov.au
For Ticketing and Website Troubleshooting please submit a request here: https://tixsupport.moshtix.com.au/hc/en-us/requests/new 

#Camping FAQs

Do I need to book a campsite?

Yes, campsites need to be booked prior to the event so sites can be allocated. However, if sites are still available, bookings can be made onsite.   

How much room will I have to set up camp? 

Campsites are a total site area of 10x8m and suitable for most vehicles, including motorhomes and caravans.  

How many nights can I camp for? 

Camping is available from 1 to 4 nights from Thu 24 June.   

How many campsites can I book? 

You can book as many campsites as you require. One ticket is equivalent to one campsite.  

Can I reserve a campsite for a friend arriving later? 

Spaces can't be reserved. Sites must be booked in the same transaction to guarantee they are together.  

What amenities are provided at the campsite? 

Toilets and shower amenities, waste disposal, potable water and firewood will be available for sale at the campsite. Please note that all campsites are unpowered. Generators can be operated between 8am and 8pm. 

Can I purchase food and alcohol on site for the duration of Opera at Jimbour? 

Food and alcohol will be available for purchase at various events throughout Opera at Jimbour, however, food and drink for personal use at campsites will have to be purchased elsewhere. Please note, you are not permitted to take your own alcohol to consume at events outside the camping area.  

What is the Camp Kitchen? 

Experience a sumptuous menu of local produce including home grown Jimbour Beef and Lamb, from the best seat in the house: watching the sun set over the magnificent Jimbour Plains. 

  • Available on Fri 25 and Sat 26 June, 6pm-9pm 
  • Booking details yet to be released.

Are pets allowed in the camping area? 

No animals (except assistance animals) are permitted within the site area, as Jimbour Station is a working property.  

I have more questions about camping, who do I contact? 

For camping inquiries: events@wdrc.qld.gov.au

#Music for Stargazing FAQs

Is there any seating available?

No, this is an outdoor event and tickets are general admission. Please bring your own chairs / picnic rugs / blankets

Is there a shuttle service?

Yes! Our friends at Murweh Shire Council have organised a bus loop to shuttle you between town and the Cosmos Centre.

The bus fare is a gold coin and will run between 4pm – 9pm on Tuesday and Wednesday. Hop on or jump off at the Visitor Information Centre, Bailey Bar, Cobb & Co, the Cattle Camp and Hotel Corones.

What if it rains?

The event is being held outdoors and will go ahead in light rain. Be prepared! Bring a rain poncho or spray jacket, warm clothing and/or blanket.

In the event of heavy rain, ticketholders will be contacted as soon as practicable.

Is there parking available at the event?

Yes, there is some parking available at the Cosmos Centre. Coach and caravans are permitted too.

Is the venue accessible?

This event is outdoors on unsealed land outside the Cosmos Centre.

Wheelchair accessible toilets are located at the Cosmos Centre.

PWD parking is available in the Cosmos Centre car park.

Will food and drink be available?

Yes, food and drink will be available to purchase at the event.

Can I bring my own food and drink?

No, this event is licensed. Food and beverages will be available to purchase. No eskies or large bags will be permitted in the event site.

Is the event licensed? Will there be a bar?

Yes, the event is licensed. You must show Proof of Age (18+) to purchase an alcoholic beverage. Please drink responsibly and consider public transport or a designated driver.

#Echoes in the Dust FAQs

Where is Baldy Top?

Baldy top is located a 5-minute drive west of Quilpie. It is accessed via all vehicle road access. Read more

How do I get to Baldy Top? 

Due to rain overnight, cars will no longer be allowed to access Baldy Top. Free shuttle buses will now operate between Quilpie and Baldy Top on 1 & 2 July. Read more.

Will the show be outdoors?

Yes, the show will be outdoors. Bring your own hat, umbrella, aero-guard, and a rug for your knees!

Is there seating provided?

No, please bring your own chair or sit in the back of your car like an old-skool drive-in.

Is this show suitable for children?

Yes, this is an all-ages event.

Can I buy my ticket at the gate?

Yes, ticketing will be available at the gate, however it is advised to purchase online to avoid disappointment.

Can I bring my own food and refreshments?

Yes, you are welcome to bring food and non-alcoholic beverages. There will be no food or beverages available on site for purchase.

Is the venue licensed?

BYO alcohol is permitted. Please limit the use of glass where possible. 

Is the venue accessible?

This event is in an outdoor remote area on packed earth.

Please be advised that unfortunately due to the remote nature of the venue, we are unable to source PWN toilet facilities. However, there is a PWN toilet facility located in Quilpie, which is a 5 minute drive from the venue.

The venue can accommodate PWN parking and seating. Please get in touch with us on info@qldmusictrails.com if you require PWN parking and seating.

#Oasis Afternoons FAQs

Is there seating?

No – Bring your picnic blanket or camp chair

Do we need a ticket?

No – But you'll be required to sign in via QR code on the day


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