Opera at Jimbour
By purchasing your campsite at Opera at Jimbour 2023, you hereby agree to the below terms and conditions.
Jimbour Station is a heritage-listed homestead on one of the earliest stations established on the Darling Downs, Queensland. It is located at 86 Jimbour Station Road, Jimbour which is 238km northwest of Brisbane. The camping arrangements and rules outlined on this page, ensure the safety and comfort of everyone on site. Everyone on site, including campers, must follow the site rules. Make sure you’re familiar with these - some require planning before you leave home.
Marshals will direct you to your allocated campsite when you arrive. The campsite is filled from front to back.
The campground is suitable for most vehicles including motorhomes & caravans.
Campsites are 10 x 8m and are adequate and comfortable; however please don’t take up more space than you are allocated. All vehicles must be positioned to allow for emergency exiting of the site - caravans / camper-trailers with drawbars to the road, motorhomes facing road etc.
If you would like to camp as a group, please arrive together. Camp sites are allocated on arrival. To ensure a continual flow for check in, sites cannot be reserved for later arrival.
Only small, contained campfires within constructed firepits are permitted (i.e. Oz Pig or similar). You may bring your own firewood supply as collection on the surrounding property is prohibited.
Bins are provided in the camping area. Campers must ensure campsite is left clean and tidy on departure.
Toilet and shower blocks are provided in the camping area. These will be serviced regularly. It is the camper's responsibility to keep amenities clean and tidy and at all times.
If you have a caravan with a toilet we ask that you use this whenever you can to help us with overall toilet capacity and servicing.
You are permitted to dispose of grey water on your site.
There will be a dump pod onsite with limited capacity. We encourage campers to utilise the dump points located in nearby towns such as Dalby and Chinchilla. DO NOT dispose of black water in the portaloos.
Permitted, however only to be running between the hours of 8am and 8pm.
BYO Alcohol is permitted in the camping area only.
Please drink responsibly! Anyone who is intoxicated and causing a nuisance will be removed from the site.
Food and alcohol will be available for purchase at various events throughout the Big Skies Festival, however food and drink for personal use at campsites will need to be purchased elsewhere.
No noise will be permitted in the camping area prior to 7.00am and after 10.00pm.
In the interest of safety, the speed limit throughout the camping area is walking pace only.
As Jimbour Station is a working property no animals are permitted in the camping area other than a bona fide, registered guide, hearing or assistance dog with an identity card.
We strongly recommend that you bring a torch or similar onsite so you can find your way back to camp. The concert and main areas have lighting; however, the general campsite and Day Parking areas only have limited lighting provided.
Aircraft & Drones
No unauthorized aircraft or drones/Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV). There may be a helicopter and approved UAV/Drones operating during the festival. For safety reasons no other aircraft or drones are allowed over the festival or surrounding property.
Unregistered motorbikes, buggies or other vehicles are not to be used on the concert venue or surrounding property. The concert is on private land and Queensland Police and security will be in attendance.
Opera at Jimbour Camp Site check out time is by 12 Midday, Monday the 8th of May 2023