Location – Accommodation
Map of Natimuk with Frinj Venues
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How to get here
Natimuk is located 324 kms north-west of Melbourne on the Wimmera Highway. If you are coming on public transport the Vline bus/train travels daily from Melbourne’s Spencer St Station and arrives in Horsham.
From Horsham to Natimuk you can……make your own way. There is a bus once a day Mon -Fri, leaving Natimuk at 9:55am, arriving Horsham 10:15am and leaving Horsham at 2:20pm arriving Natimuk at 2:40pm.
We are looking at getting some buses to come out from Horsham so stay posted…..check back here closer to the time.
Fuel up before you arrive because there is no petrol in Natimuk.
CAMPING Camping in Natimuk township! $15 adult, per night and $10 under 16 yrs per night. To enquire, message Travis on 0407 874 238.
Camping is also available 3kms out of town at the Natimuk Lake Caravan Park 0407 800 753. Bring a bike and torch for getting in and out! There is also good camping at Mt Arapiles 8kms west of town and world-class rock climbing!
Accommodation is available at the Natimuk National Hotel but it is booked out well in advance of Frinj. There is hotel accommodation in Horsham (26kms east), Edenhope (60kms west), Nhill (70kms north) and in the Wartook Valley in the Grampians (about an hour southeast). Information on these can be accessed here www.visithorsham.com.au or by phoning the Horsham Visitor Information Centre 1800 633 218
Getting around – access issues
Natimuk is a small town, but after you have walked from one end to the other and back again in the pursuit of high-quality art experiences your feet may be feeling it. Bring a bike (and lock if your bike is precious) and/or some comfy shoes. Access around Natimuk will require navigation across cracked and sometimes none existent footpaths, please be aware of this as you plan your festival experience. The Festival HUB will be open 10am – 5pm and will provide a wheelchair battery recharge station during this time.
There are limited venues within the township so performances may take place in Band Rotunda’s, old shed’s, historic goal cells, someone’s front room, disused garages – you get the idea. This means that access can be difficult. Not all the venues are suitable for disabled access but we will try and support our audience where we can. If you would like more information please give us a call or send us an email.