“Indie vibe, echoes of Frank Ocean, social media impact, undeniable mic skills – it’s no wonder the official debut for Allday is getting so much attention.” Rolling Stone
Box Cutter Tipi
The Box Cutter Tipi will challenge people politically and emotionally through out the day. It will use creative sounds and visuals, performed by mixed genders and racial artists from around the world. You’ll experience a wide rage of house, disco, hip hop, techno and punk late into the night. We encourage people to express themselves free from judgement. No racism, sexism, Queerphobia, Transphobia, Ableism, Unwated Touching, Fatphobia or any kind of bad vibe behaviour will be tolerated. Box Cutter supports music, people and communication, in all its forms.
Champion Ruby started DJing when she went crate digging in back-alley record stores in Sydney & found a stack of discounted dance music records & learnt to spin them on a mate’s turntables. She was spat out from her mates lounge room into Canberra’s bourgeoning techno family - she's played alongside wax heroes like Andy Garvey, Mall Grab & Massimiliano Pagliara, & has become a prolific selector in dimly-lit alleyways & bars across the capital. Prepare for ethereal synths, heavy bass and 90s acid techo vibes to carry you deep into the fog at the Box Cutter Tipi
From the studio to the top end of town, Client Liaison’s sound plays out like a long lunch followed by a round of cocktails. International in flavor, cosmopolitan in style – put it on the company card. Too much is never enough. Think nothing. Feel everything. Pleasure is good. Fantasy is truth. Experience Client Liaison
Coda Conduct is an engaging hip-hop duo consisting of members Erica and Sally. Since releasing their debut EP Butter Side Up mid last year, they've been turning heads across Australia. With a dexterous flow, meticulously considered lyrics, and a tongue-in-cheek brand of humour, Coda Conduct are quickly gaining a name as an act to watch in 2016.
Sydney’s favourite twins, Cosmo’s Midnight, are maestros of the mix-n-match, purveyors of electronic beats, clad with a solid R’n’B sensibility. The duo have curated a unique and distinctive sound earning critical acclaim across globe. Their latest release ‘Walk With Me’, feat. Kučka, is one of the most Shazamed tracks in Australia, and has collectively enjoyed almost 3 million plays across online platforms.
DMA’S (dee-em-ayes) is Johnny Took, Matt Mason and Tommy O’Dell – three friends who came together making nostalgic garage pop in a bedroom in Newtown. With NME picking them as a buzz band to watch, Blur’s Dave Rowntree naming ‘Delete’ his Record of the Week on XFM, and the band selling out shows across Australia - DMA’S have gone from strength to strength.
Starting out in the underground club scene, Dena Amy was able to find her sexy deep and bouncy sound, but always with a fun and cheeky edge, much like herself. Dena started 2016 in the biggest possible way. Taking to the stage at Coachella before returning home to tour nationally with Rufus. Dena features on their sophomore album 'Bloom' with the collaboration Hypnotised. Now Dena is set to take off on her own trajectory with her debut single 'Wait For You' out now through Sweat It Out Music.
Blending urgent beats with nostalgic electro-pop, E^ST has crafted a unique sound perfectly complemented by her stunning, soulful vocals. Debut EP - ‘Old Age’ - was quick to garner significant airplay at triple j, with Dom Alessio calling E^ST ‘one of my favourite discoveries from triple j Unearthed last year’.
Brisbane-based Emma Stevenson began DJing after curiosity and enough dance floor punting got the better of her. With an eclectic sound that favours lively, emotive and atmospheric spaces, Emma is continually extending on her already diverse musical scope. Don't miss Emma at the Box Cutter Tipi
Hot dance party crew, Pickle founder, legend. Since 2015 FB and his crew have thrown some of the hottest parties that Canberra has seen. As a DJ, he is one of the deepest crate diggers Canberra has been blessed with. FB runs through some of the rarest deep house, disco and jungle records that take you on a journey each time he steps up to the table. You can find FB Perimeter at The Box Cutter Tipi at Spilt Milk
Harley Streten aka Flume is embarking on his biggest headline world tour to date to celebrate his critically acclaimed ‘ sophomore album ‘Skin’ which debuted at #8 on The Billboard Top 100. Lead singles ‘Never Be Like You’ & ‘Say It’ Skin have clocked millions of streams online. Spilt Milk will be Flume's first ever full production headline performance in Canberra and promises to be very special.
Gang Of Youths
With a sold out national tour, triple j feature album, FBi album of the week and glowing reviews, it looks to be that 2016 for Gang Of Youths will be one of biggest years experienced by an Australian artist in recent memory.
Honey Dijon grew her signature sound out of the depths of hours spent crate digging, mentorship from Derrick Carter, countless hours spent dancing to Danny Tenaglia & the combination of late nights in Chicago and New York. Her sets are known for their strong programming, passion & integrity. Anyone who has witnessed her play can testify about her deft mixing skills & the way she dexterously flows between house or techno with a warm, hypnotic feel. Don't miss Honey Dijon performance at the Box Cutter Tipi
Honeysuckle is a young gun of the Canberra underground dance music scene. Controlling vibes since late 2015, Honeysuckle has supported the likes of Bell Towers, Hysteric, Daze, Plo Man, Route 8 as well as holding down a residency at Bar Rochford in Canberra. Catch Honeysuckle vibing at the Box Cutter Tipi
Hermitude are Elgusto and Luke Dubs, an award winning duo based in Sydney, Australia. The’ve played across the world, and earlier this year sold out their national Australian album tour to rave reviews. Hermitude are an act you won’t want to miss when they take to the stage on December 3rd
Hot Dub Time Machine
One of the largest ticket selling electronic acts in Australia, Hot Dub has sold out multiple venues across Australia and the world with his Best Party Ever series. The unique and masterfully executed concept crossed with live vinyl video scratching and sheer showmanship has solidified Hot Dub’s position as one of the most exciting breakthrough artists in the dance world.
Kangaroo Life Saver
Kangaroo Life Saver, a mysterious man behind most of Box Cutter source of inspiration, energy and knowledge. A true hero. Experience Kangaroo Life Saver at the Box Cutter Tipi
L D R U has had an incredible 12 months. From hitting the road around Australia and the US, to releasing the summer favourite track ‘Keeping Score’, going platinum and snagging the #22 spot on the infamous Triple J Hottest 100. The follow up single, ‘Next To You’ has already gained huge support, and on high rotation on radio.
Lucy Phelan has been a critical force in the Sydney DIY scene for over 10 years. Under her solo veil, Lucy Cliché is an ever evolving project exploring intersections between techno, industrial & electro. Using an all hardware set-up her music delivers a hard bitten exploration of how physicality & the ethereal can interact in music – heavy bass rhythms lock into pounding drums, washed over with synth chords and acid bleeps. Experience Lucy Cliché at the Box Cutter Tipi
Over the past decade, Magda Bytnerowicz has been quietly solidifying her credentials as DJ with a deft touch, equally capable of warming up a room for fanatic house heads or closing it after techno gods, as well as garnering warm respect as a peak slot spinner in her own right. This has included slots with the likes of Derrick May, Steffi, DVS1, Nick Höppner, Steven Tang, Pantha du Prince & more. Expect a consummately presented selection of underground house & techno in her set at the Box Cutter Tipi
Canberra enthusiast. #mrwolf #ladybones #gaycliche
Olympia is the creative project of Melbourne based singer songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Olivia Bartley, who drives a mix of widescreen sweep, rich harmonies and dissonant minimal guitar. 'This blend of gliding, intense vocals, echoing guitar and ragged edges instead comes from studying design and celebrating the idea of "the idea" instead of the obvious' – Sydney Morning Herald 'Brooding, delicate…for fans of Sharon Van Etten, Laura Marling & Anna Calvi' – Rolling Stone
Gold Coast producer Paces is on an undeniable upward swing. After selling out his series of Ship to Shore album launch parties around the country, his debut LP ‘Vacation’ entered the iTunes Top 20 album chart and claimed the #2 spot on the Electronic chart. Paces’ single with Jess Kent ‘1993 (No Chill)’ also received national radio support and has racked up 700,000 plays on Spotify alone!
Spark up an electro fuse with a twist of house, blend with a galvanizing slowed down beat, and Peking Duk is served. Catapulting onto the Australian music scene, the Canberra-bred duo of Adam Hyde and Reuben Styles has captivated fans across Australia and the world with their distinct flavour of indie electronica and electrifying live sets.
Hailing from North London, Randomer is one of the most prolific producers of the past decade. Few have a recent back catalogue as rich and diverse as Randomer. His discography reads like a who’s who of modern techno: in 6 years he’s produced four EPs for Untold’s Hemlock Recordings; released records for Hessle Audio, Numbers & Clone; & most recently, been cherrypicked by Ron Morelli’s famous L.I.E.S for releases, & a lo-fi workout on Russian Torrent Versions. As a DJ, Randomer is one of the UK’s finest, capable of effortlessly stitching together modern bass with classic techno & less esoteric 4/4 rhythms. Catch Randomer at The Box Cutter Tipi
Bass-heavy and bombastic, frenetic yet lush, the music of Slumberjack is born from its Perth-based creators’ passion for contrast. Slumberjack are emerging as one of the most exciting and daringly creative acts within Australia’s electronic music scene.
Skin & Bones
After the success of their ‘Tunnel Snakes EP’ late last year, it has been leaps and bounds for Canberra duo Skin & Bones. Following in the foot steps of fellow Canberran juggernaut’s The Aston Shuffle and Peking Duk, these house music commanders are ruling the dance floors across Australia. Their most recent release on Onelove, 'Save Me' featuring Quails, was premiered on Triple J. Another national tour quickly followed, and the ever catchy 'Save Me' ticked over 100k plays on Spotify soon after.
Originally from Canberra but now based in Sydney, Sondrio is set to become Canberra's next House music export. His style as a DJ and producer is firmly set on that feeling in House - part funky, part soulful, and always dancefloor first. His remix of RUFUS’ “Be With You” was made official by the band after radio play by Pete Tong on BBC. Last year, Vampire Weekend’s Baio reached out for the Sondrio touch on “Brainwash Yrr Face”, which was played by Anna Lunoe on Beats 1 and The Aston Shuffle on Triple J.
Sticky Fingers are a melting pot of psych, rock, reggae, & bourbon. They’ll hypnotise you into a swaying trance, then punch you in the face for dancing like a hippy. This contradictory smash of flavours speaks to every walk of life, and it’s this multiplicity that makes the world their oyster.
Turquoise Prince LTC
Over the last 5 years Turquoise Prince LTC aka Teon Lolesio has fined tuned his voice in his home town Canberra, and been lucky enough to team up with some of Australia's best producers, resulting in a plethora of music; some already in the market, and some soon to be on our air waves. Although just starting his live shows, he has already had the pleasure of co-headlining with Allday & Carmada at The MET Brisbane, and co-headlining The Helm Mooloolaba with Nina Las Vegas on NYE. The sky is the limit for this promising young talent, and we are excited to watch his journey unfold!
Vera Blue, sometimes gentle, sometimes ferocious and always show-stopping, with her commanding vocals, the purity of folk music and the punch of a bassline, the result is real, raw and powerful. Take a listen and step into the world of Vera Blue.
Vince Staples surfaced in the early 2010s with a spate of appearances on Odd Future releases. Since then he’s released a bunch of originals and a full length album on Def Jam, Summertime ’06, to rave reviews. More recently he has featured on Flume’s sophomore album ’Skin’ on the track ’Smoke & Retribution’ with Kučka.
“There’s a refreshing honesty in the way Violent Soho wear their influences like badges of honour.” – Rolling Stone
We are a self-produced five-piece experimental collaborative from Canberra. we enjoy creating sounds that are melodic, hypnotic, punchy and somewhat organic in flavour. We draw influence from many artists past and present, and it would be fair to say that our sound is constantly evolving. Although we will always have our roots with traditional instruments such as acoustic drums, guitars and bass, we also very much appreciate the sounds of analog electronic instruments on a sonic level and find great pleasure fusing the powers of both.
Starting life 16 years ago, Little Creatures was born out of the love of hoppy beers by a group of brewing veterans, who decided to make a unique range of ales to tempt the tastebuds of Australian drinkers. The entire team behind the brewery are certified hopheads, mad on the explosion of flavour derived from brewing with whole hop flowers. It is these flowers that provide Little Creatures beers with their unique, floral aromas and refreshing bitterness. As true craftspeople, our brewers constantly test and extend themselves in the brewhouse, striving to make better beer with greater consistency each and every day.
Australia's only African mobile food truck serving delicious pan-African street foods.
Batlow is a small country town nestled in the Snowy Mountains, about 2 1/2 hours from Canberra. Since 1922 our growers have been producing Australia’s Favourite Apples which we freshly crushed to make Batlow Cider. We’re proud to be a partner at Spilt Milk with our range of ciders all hand crafted from 100% Batlow Apples with no sugar, concentrate or additives. Batlow Cider remains grower owned, 100% Australian and independent. See you at the Spilt Milk Bar!
Bao Stop delivers a range of traditional Chinese and Taiwanese street food with a unique twist...specialising in Gua Bao which consists of a fluffy steamed bun filled with some amazing flavours with only the freshest local ingredients and produce.
Bites on Wheels
Bites On Wheels is a Melbourne based Food Truck business established in 2015, serving traditional Polish street food called Zapiekanka across the city.
Capital Brewing Co
Capital Brewing Co is Canberra’s newest craft brewery. After Launching in April 2016 our Good Natured Brews can now be found all across Canberra and along the East Coast. Capital Brewing Co is proud to partner with Spilt Milk. Sharing great beers in the park with good friends is what we are all about. Find yourself with a Good Natured Brew while listening to your favourite band and you’ll be living our dream.
Happy as Larry
Happy as Larry is a food truck and pop-up pizzeria is giving Australia a taste of traditional Napoli style wood fired pizza. They offer a seasonal menu, changing daily depending on the fresh produce available each morning. The Happy as Larry team visits Sydney markets daily to get the freshest quality seasonal NSW produce, with the exception of imported Neapolitan flour and San Mazano tomatoes sourced from the southern slopes of Mount Vesuvius in Naples.
Mama Linh's create delicious Vietnamese food by taking traditional dishes and recreating them using modern and innovative cooking methods to bring you new and exciting ways to enjoy. They only choose the freshest seasonal ingredients, taking care to marinate, grill or slow-cook modern versions of the classics. Our food is all about fresh ingredients and lots of flavour which is why our motto is: Fresher, tastier, healthier, better!
Beloved Sydney burger joint Mary’s will be bringing their cult classic food, Slayer juice and more to Spilt Milk this December.
Gelato institution Messina will be debuting their International Soup Kitchen in Canberra at Spilt Milk. Four intricate gelato sundaes will be on offer, with details on each flavour to be announced. Each delight is lovingly encased in a bespoke soup tin, so you can even take it home and keep it forever (if you’re into that kind of thing…if not, recycle it, or make some kind of art with it, we’re not fussy).
Pact Beer Co
Born in a tiny territory kitchen, Canberra's own homebrewers turned gypsy, Pact Beer Co burst on to the beer scene in 2015. One year on, Pact is still three close mates, trying out new flavours, scaling them up, and spreading the craft beer love around the festival, across Canberra and all over the country. With such tasty flavours, you can be sure there won't be any spilt Pact at Spilt Milk!
Yalla Yalla, is a food truck concept centered on the energy of food in Lebanese culture. “Yalla Yalla”, is a common phrase thrown around food gatherings meaning “Come On, Let’s Go”. It is an energetic and hospitable expression used to gather guests together to eat as the colourful array of food is laid out, ready to eat. The Yalla Yalla Food Truck aims to reinterpret the energetic ‘family & friends’ orientated food gathering into a vibrant Food Truck.
Calling on references from virtually every major art movement of the 20th century, twisting them through his own bold hand, & tossing them haphazardly onto canvases to create a melee of captivating chaos, Alex Lehours approaches his art making with a decidedly ‘more is more’ attitude. His CV is replete with big names including Facebook, the National Gallery of Victoria, Converse, The Black Keys, Marvel & The Thundamentals. Skilled in illustration, graphic design, typography & aerosol painting, Lehours has become an essential member of Australia’s stable of multi-disciplinary graphic artists.
Starting from a more traditional graffiti background in the mid-90s, Atune had always been motivated to push his style away from the accepted form of graffiti style lettering. Always drawn to more abstract and post graffiti styles, he now has completely moved away from letters. He now focuses on painting expressive detailed line work, which brings movement and a dark atmospheric depth and feel to his work.
An avid comic book reader and sci-fi movie buff, Bafcat's works are inspired by vibrant cartoons and characters. He also draws inspiration from nature and animals, incorporating these shapes and patterns into his works. He uses traditional media and painting techniques to create murals in public spaces that reflect his studio works.
Beast’s paintings explore elements of interaction, response and perspective. Ranging in styles and influence, his paintings appear as conversations, developing in flow responding to each individual element as a whole. Studying painting with a background in graffiti and design, beast’s pieces often range in style, incorporating aspects at every level of his first love of letters.
A big curious idiot who love baby goats and horror movies, Britt is a visual artist from Canberra with an obsession for symmetry. Taking inspiration from tattoos, geometry and patterns in nature, she likes to explore the darker side of things. In her most recent works, Britt has been bringing her intricate designs to a larger scale, splashing colour like never before.
George Rose is often mistaken for a boy. She is actually a visual artist with a flair for not taking life too seriously. She spends most of her time up ladders painting murals and sometimes makes it into her studio just to try something a bit more normal. She feels most as home with a paintbrush in hand but also likes the feel of a pen, spray can, drill or Wacom tablet.
Goodie grew up in Canberra & currently lives in Melbourne, studying a Bachelor of Fine Art: Painting at the Victorian College of the Arts. She is a multi-disciplinary artist working in installation, film, performance, illustration & poetry, but is predominantly a painter specialising in large-scale murals. Goodie’s work in is linked by an underlying interest in routines, suburban settings & the human body – particularly as sites for the irrational – as well as site-specificity & notions of painting and playing with space.
Hails from the southside of Brisbane and now resides in Canberra. Part of the original 80's aerosol art movement. Uses spraypaint, bends letters and doesn't fake the funk. Art director, graphic designer, illustrator and photographer. A picture tells a thousand words.
Houl is a self taught artist and part-time layabout, who draws on myths and legends, literature and verse, whatever Attenborough documentary happens to be on in the background, and that one time he got a concussion but never really did much about it, in his attempts to create art, or at least something that passes for it in the right light. Working completely by hand, and in a wide variety of mediums, Houl has been splashing paint on walls, scraping lines across paper and ruining canvases with dripping markers for close to a decade.
Canberra based Artist. Painter of big walls, little surfaces and sometimes humans. Lover of colour, mess, bears and bums.
JRB is a local Canberra based artist, who is skilled in a variety of mediums from traditional paints to aerosols and digital illustration. Known for his attitude infused characters ranging from crazy critters, cartoonish portraits with an over-all street and urban presence - which you'll also find a heavy traditional tattoo and vintage 50s-60s advertising influence.
Maid is one the few female artists working within Australia who has gained the respect & admiration of the notoriously exclusive graffiti community through her earnest approach and respect of the culture. Her mix of traditional art training, advanced aerosol technique & skill with both graffiti lettering & characters is a unique formula not often seen in female artists. Her bold style sets her apart from her peers with strong key-lines, punchy colours, a touch of Pop Art & Japanese Kawaii elements, with a subtle undertone of girl power.
Mike Watt is an Australian illustrator based in Sydney. His mediums vary from biro to spray paint to brush and ink to digital. He has been a commercial illustrator for over 7 years but he creates his own art every chance he gets. He is inspired by people with character & tries to bring a story to every piece he creates, whether it be in the form of a wall, drawing or zine.
Mr Manok is a young artist with a curiosity for everything that is sweet, salty, colourful, fluffy and sparkly. Their impulsive behaviour and experience in traditional and digital art has allowed them the freedom to explore a variety of exciting projects in Australia and overseas. Mr Manok draws most of their inspiration from cartoons and junk food and wants to create work that makes people happy and smiley.
PAW – a street artist from Davao City, Philippines who is currently living in Canberra, Australia. His artwork is about the random petal, worm horn and the ever-watching eye, which he hides in the depth of the artwork.
Phibs is one the most respected and renowned names in Australian Graffiti/Street Art with his art works far-flung across the globe. Phibs distinctive style signifies the symbiotic, engaging the urban with the organic. He produces works across a vast variety of mediums and consistently reflects his own unique realms of symbolism, multiculturalism and mythology.
Smalls is a Canberra based artist who started drawing before he could walk - perfecting his tag on mums kitchen wall. He has tried his hand at every medium from oils to pencils, brushes to stencils; but found his true calling with the aerosol can in '07. He creates mass scale works in a uniquely broad range of styles but never compromises the use of bold colour, precision and style across Canberra.
Originally from Canberra and relocating to Melbs, Swerfk's works are rooted in street art and somewhat reminiscent of vintage comic books and cartoons of the 90's. Painting scenes of nonsense packed with little details - most often in some sort of cartoony funk style, the constant stream of work spanning walls, prints and now clothing make Swerfk one of the freshest and most exciting lowbrow talents in the country.
Vans The Omega
Moving beyond the spectrum of graffiti while retaining the underlying skill sets, his current work is a collision of sacred geometry, organic flow and hand painted patterns splashed across vibrant figurative pieces that aim to create inner movement, reflection and beauty.
Raised in Melbourne and now found up and down Australia's eastern seaboard, VOIR has been leaving shapes and colours across Australian walls for over 25 years. Drawing from influences across Australia and the world, VOIR focuses on combining technical skill and the pursuit of beauty with attention to detail and often, a twist of the unexpected.
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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.
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
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
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
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.
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
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
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.