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Mushroom Valley Festival 2024

today 13/09/2024my_locationAustralia

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Mushroom Valley Festival 2024

Mushroom Valley Festival 2024

Mushroom Valley is located on a magical property between the Whitsundays and Mackay.

If you are flying to the area you have the choice of 2 airports. Mackay Airport or Proserpine (Whitsundays) Airport, it is almost the same distance from both.

We strongly recommend staying in Airlie Beach while your here and checking out the reef and all the amazing sites The Whitsundays have to offer.

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For those of you arriving the night before please stay at the local caravan park only 15 minutes from site. They are a lovely local family that are very friendly, they have powered sites as well as cabins

Mushroom Valley is more then just a party, it is a community. A place where you can grow, learn and connect with other like minded people. A place where you can come and be revitalised and re-energised to go out and take on the “real” world. There are plenty of workshops for the young and old in the healing village as well as massage and reiki.

Over the weekend the music will range through many genres.

There are a few things we at MV Productions are extremely passionate about. One thing is providing a safe and respectful environment for the whole family. We have an amazing security and medical team on site. Harm Minimisation workshops, care pixies, camp guardians and volunteer lifeguards on duty. We also believe we should all look out for each other. Make sure if you think someone is unwell of having any issues please take them one of our staff or volunteers for assistance.

Another big one is  LEAVE NO TRACE.

Each year we get better and better and so do you, so lets make this year even more amazing by doing a few simple things:

  1. Think about what it is you are bringing to Mushroom Valley this year. Remember you have to take it ALL home with you…so REDUCE YOUR WASTE before you arrive to the site.
  2. Have seperate buckets or bags in your camps for compost/cans, recyclables/plastics. Mixing your food waste with the rest of your garbage is messy and creates evil gases that are destroying the planet! We can collect your 10c refundables and compost…keep an eye out for the waste warriors walking around the camp grounds. Please do not leave or dump your waste.
  3. Bring plenty of water in large reusable containers, avoid single use ANYTHING! We have stainless steel water bottles for sale at the info tent and at the front gate.
  4. Use cigarette butt bins ALWAYS, even in camp. They are the thing we pick up the most when we clean the site. They do not break down and we are constantly picking up butts new and old. Be a responsible smoker please.
  5. Collect all of those little bits of clean hard plastic and stuff them into a plastic juice or water bottle, use something like a large tent peg to compact it down and you will make a strong plastic brick that can be used in earthship building foundations (its true look it up!) and will save on space tremendously!!  Collect your soft plastics like bread bags and chip packets and take them to the nearest RedCycle collection spot (coles or wollies collect for RedCycle).
  6. Bring your own plate, bowl, mug, cup, cutlery and reusable straw and use these instead of single use items. You can take them to the food stalls too, even though the stalls use bio stuff you can still avoid these and reduce even more waste, especially coffee cups!
  7. Before you leave your camp spot PLEASE have your own little emu parade and pick up all of those tiny little things like cigarette butts, ring pulls, string, pegs, sequins, feathers…who knows it could be anything but what ever it is it doesn’t belong on the ground. Please take it home with you. Many animals and birds inhabit this land and we don’t want them consuming our plastic or other waste. Please leave the land as you found it, or better if you can 🙂
  8. Make sure you dispose of your rubbish responsibly on the way out of the festival. Take it home, to the nearest large town or preferably to a recycling centre. Please don’t dump your rubbish anywhere.

As consumers we really need to step it up and start thinking about ways to reduce our waste. There are huge negative effects our waste has on the planet and our natural ecosystems. If each of us looks after our own then it really isn’t hard at all.

If anyone has anymore awesome ideas please feel free to share.

Thank you in advance pixies, see you really soon!!!

Begin 13/09/2024
End 15/09/2024
Location Australia