Need to know something about the Wind on Water Festival? See some frequently asked questions below! 

Where is Stow Gardens?

Stow Gardens is next to the Geraldton Multipurpose Centre on the Geraldton Foreshore! It’s also really close to the Geraldton Visitor Centre and Sail Inn.

How many days does WoW Fest go for?

Two! Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 April.

Where can I park?

Council carparks are free for the weekend.

Where is the nearest bus stop?

Right in front of the Geraldton Visitor Centre!


Will there be ATMs on-site?

No, however, individual stallholders may have EFTPOS facilities. The banks are close by, so you’ll be able to get cash out!

Is the whole event $30?

No, WoW Fest is free but the WoW Fest Concert taking place on Sunday night is a ticketed event.

Do I have to buy Concert tickets for my child?

Yes, if they are over the age of two.


What’s time do gates to the concert open?

3pm.

What can I bring into the concert?

  • Great vibes
  • Water but the lid must be sealed

What can’t I bring into the concert?

  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Illicit drugs
  • Glass bottles and/or opened plastic drink containers
  • Sporting equipment, including but not limited to: bats, balls, racquets, clubs
  • Mobile structures such as tents, fold out tables and chairs, umbrellas
  • Inflatable items such as balloons, beach balls etc.
  • Musical or party instruments, including but not limited to: horns, whistles, drums, air horns, party poppers or any other instrument where the generated noise or fragments may harm, alarm or cause distress to another person
  • Any instrument that may resemble a weapon or imitation plastic weapon of any kind including but not limited to a sword, gun, hand grenade, hammer, shields, knives armour etc.
  • Any item that could pierce the skin or otherwise cause injury to another person including but not limited to sporting equipment
  • Any piece of clothing or item that could be considered a projectile and utilised to cause injury to another person
  • Any piece of clothing or items that incite either a political, activist or religious stance that could otherwise be considered offensive by another person
  • Any explosive or flammable item, including but not limited to: flares or fireworks
  • Lasers, laser pointers or any other light emitting device that may harm, alarm or cause distress to another person
  • Rollerblades, skateboards, scooters or bicycles
  • Animals other than guide or assistance dogs
  • A bad attitude

Can I buy tickets at the gate?

You certainly can, however, we can’t guarantee the availability of tickets. The Box Office is open from 10.30am - 9pm on Saturday 20 April and 10.30am - 8pm on Sunday 21 April.

Is there disability access?

Of course! Please speak with one of volunteers at the gates if you require any assistance.

Is there a bar? Do I need ID?

Yes, and what a bar it is with a great selection of alcoholic beverages! Make sure you bring photo ID as it is 18+.

Are there toilets inside the grounds? 

Yes, there are multiple public toilets as well as temporary toilets that will be available over the weekend.

Is there a map with information?

WoW Fest Map