To step outside life’s small things, Spilt Milk is bringing together some of Australia’s best things.

We’ve sweated the small stuff so you don’t have to, and on Saturday 3 December, will be bringing to Canberra the best in artisan street food and drink, cutting edge music and experimental art and culture.

Presented by Kicks Entertainment, Spilt Milk is a summer’s day event, taking place within the tree lined landscape of the iconic Commonwealth Park.


Commonwealth Park

Albert Street Canberra, ACT 2600, Australia

Gates open at 11:00am on December 3rd and the event will end at 11:00pm that night.

That’s 12 hours of awesome.

How to buy a ticket

1. Go to the buy ticket page

Map & Set Times

These will be released closer to the date. We'll be emailing them first to all Spilt Milk subscribers when they're announced, so make sure you've signed up here

Getting to Commonwealth Park

Public Transport

There will be ACTION Buses running as per normal on December 3rd. More information on any extra public transportation will be confirmed closer to event date #watchthisspace

Driving

There will be extremely limited parking available in the area on the event day. We strongly encourage using public transport to get to and from the event

Walking

From the city centre, it's a short 20min walk to the event site.

Getting To Canberra

Flying to Canberra

Canberra is less than 2 hours flying from eastern state capitals like Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne, making it perfect for short breaks or a must-see destination on your Australian vacation. Daily flights are also available to and from Adelaide, Brisbane and Perth.

Major commercial airlines fly daily. Book flights with domestic and international carriers Qantas and Virgin Australia.

Driving to Canberra

3 hour & 20 minute drive from central Sydney
2 hour & 40 minute drive from Wollongong
3 hour drive from Wagga Wagga
1 hour drive from Goulburn
2 hour & 10 minute drive from Jindabyne
2 hour & 30 minute drive from Ulladulla
3 hour & 20 minute drive from Orange
3 hour & 30 minute drive from Albury

Sydney Express Bus Service

Murray's Bus's offer express coach services from Sydney Central Station or International Airport, direct to the Canberra CBD. Hourly services depart from Sydney between 6am and 9pm on most days. Check out the Murray's website for more details

Train

From Sydney: Canberra has a picturesque direct rail service from Sydney that departs from Central Station and heads south via Goulburn. For more information check out the NSW Trainlink website

From Wagga: From Wagga Central station you can catch a train to Cootamundra and then a Queanbeyan Coach service through to Canberra. For more info check out the NSW Trainlink website

From Wollongong: You can use the Sydney Trains system to get to Sydney Central station, then NSW Trainlink and Queanbeyan Coach Service through to Canberra. For more info check out the NSW Trainlink website

Accommodation

If you’re after a hotel, we recommend using our hotel partner QT Canberra. Not only do they have some of the best rooms in Canberra, an amazing restaurant and a speakeasy bar - they’re also located a short 20min walk from the Spilt Milk venue. Take a look at the rooms and make a reservation here.

Maybe camping is more your style? Our preferred campgrounds is Exhibition Park, who are offering a special discounted rate for any Spilt Milk ticket holders. Just mention you have a ticket when making the reservation and they’ll apply the discount. Please note that Exhibition Park is around 7.7km from the Spilt Milk venue and a little ways from the city centre. The closest supermarket to the Epic campground is Watson IGA (1.4km) or Dickson Woolworths (2.4km).

There are regular busses that you can catch from the campground straight down Northbourne Avenue into the city and onto Spilt Milk. We’ll be positing more information on getting to and from the site via public transport as the day approaches. Reserve your camping spot here and don’t forget to mention you have a Spilt Milk ticket for a discounted rate.

To explore other accommodation options in Canberra, check out the Visit Canberra website here.