There's only one type of concert ticket - General Admission. General admission includes concert entry for the three days of the festival and camping for four nights.
You can also buy one or both of the optional extras:
Early Entry Camping Pass, allowing extra days of camping before the event.
Early Exit Pass, allowing earlier “roll out” from the Mundiville campground.
See tickets and pricing for a comparison of all tickets types and what they provide.
Your wristband allows unlimited entry and exit from the concert area and Mundiville site. Passouts are not required.
However please note that that there are strict restrictions on vehicle movements for vehicles inside the campground: Your car must remain parked and stationary at your campsite for the duration of the event, until roll out. Passouts are not available for vehicles.
For full details on entry & exit rules for vehicles see Camping Overview.
You will receive an email ticket (e-ticket) from Oztix, 6 weeks prior to the Mundi Mundi Bash festival. There is no physical ticket mailed out. Print or download your e-ticket and exchange it at the Ticket Collection office in BROKEN HILL for vehicle pass and wristband.
Wristbands and car passes will not be issued at the festival site. You will be sent back to Broken Hill if you arrive at Mundiville without them.
Due to the possibility of adverse weather conditions affecting the access and safety of the proposed Event venue, The Broken Hill Mundi Mundi Bash reserves the right to change the venue location to alternative sites within the Broken Hill area at any time prior to or during the Event.
Cancellation of Event
If the event is cancelled due to adverse weather conditions, ticket holders will be refunded the amount of their tickets purchased via Oztix.
For full details see the ticketing Terms and Conditions.
Head north out of Broken Hill on Galena Street towards Silverton, which becomes the Silverton Road. You'll follow this road for 27km before passing Silverton and continuing on to Mundiville which is approximately 13km past Silverton. See Directions to Mundiville for more details.
Broken Hill is a large regional centre and has several supermarkets, hardware stores, department stores, pharmacies, medical centres and a hospital.
There are many restaurants, cafes and pubs throughout the town.
Broken Hill has various accommodation options such as caravan parks, hotels and motels.
Yes, there will be a privately operated transfer bus operating between Mundiville, Silverton and Broken Hill.
Details of this service including the cost and timetable will be available closer to the event.
This is a great service if you intend to stay in Broken Hill rather than at the Mundiville campsite, and don't want the hassle of driving between the festival and your accommodation each day.
If you are using the main, most direct routes to travel to Broken Hill, you will unlikely be affected by any road closures.
Outback roads (particularly unsealed roads) can be closed after local rain. They usually re-open reasonably quickly. Plan ahead if you are taking a road trip on the more remote outback roads, and have a few alternative routes up your sleeve.
Keep up to date with outback road conditions in the lead up to the Mundi Mundi Bash, and check out our tips for Driving in the Outback. Leave a few days spare for unexpected detours.
You can reach Broken Hill and the Mundi Mundi Bash by 2WD. In fact, the only unsealed road is the final 2km stretch to the entrance of Mundiville, and this section is suitable for all vehicle types.
If you’d like to explore the outback or further into the desert, you’ll get further with a 4WD. There are a number of touring routes in the surrounding areas of Broken Hill, perfect for those looking to explore a little further.
Our tyres policy is based on the advice of Adam Plate the old owner of the Pink Roadhouse at Oodnadatta who we met in the late 90s and early 2000s. Adam was a legend in outback SA driving and was a key figure in raising awareness of the advantages of lower pressures on rough roads.
In our event vehicles we drop all tyre pressures and since doing so have seen a noticeable decrease in tyre damage and cost. We adopt the same tyre pressure guidelines for all vehicles: 2WD, small AWD like Subarus, 4WDs whether lightly or heavily laden, our event trailers and heavy rigid trucks. For smaller vehicles on gravel roads we drop by about 20% below highway pressures and the larger vehicles like event trucks we drop to about 55% of highway pressures. We take about 15 vehicles out to the Bash each year and have very few damaged tyres since using these guidelines.
If you’re a regular ticket holder you can camp on the nights of Thursday 21st, Friday 22nd, Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th April. You need to depart the campground by midday on Monday 25th April.
If you purchase an additional Early Entry Camping pass you can camp earlier, from the night of Tuesday 19th or Wednesday 20th April.
Campsite boundaries are marked out, like in a caravan park. You’ll receive a minimum of approx. 90sqm per vehicle. Shapes of campsites will vary, but most will be around 6.75 x 13.5m .
To prevent the risk of a fire spreading, you must place all structures at least 1 metre from the back and side boundaries of your campsite, and guy ropes can protrude another 40cm. Marshals will enforce this rule.
If you want to go to Broken Hill during the event you can catch the transfer bus, which runs on music days. The bus transfer schedule will be released closer to the event.
Alternatively, if you’ve moved your vehicle to Day Parking during one of the permitted times (see Camping Overview page), you can use your own vehicle to visit town.
Yes however you must arrive at Mundiville TOGETHER if you want to camp together. Meet up in Broken Hill and drive the final 40kms to Mundiville in convoy.
Unregistered vehicles, drones and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) are prohibited. Glass must stay in your camp kitchen (no glass in concert, public or camp areas) and we don’t allow animals (except for dogs, if you’ve registered that you’re bringing a dog).
We also have rules on black water & toilet cassettes, grey water, rubbish, recycling and more. See Mundiville Site Rules for full details.
Yes. If you want to camp as a group with other vehicles, you must arrive at the Mundi Mundi Bash site together. You won’t be able to save a spot for a later arrival. Groups that arrive together will be allocated adjacent campsites, one per vehicle. Groups can join two or more adjacent campsites and use the internal area however they wish, however you must leave space between your cooking areas and other structures, and you must place all structures at least 1 metre from the outer boundaries of the “joined” site.
Concert & Other Entertainment
A full range of merchandise including festival t-shirts, hoodies, jackets, polo shirts, kids gear and souvenir items will be available at the Mundi Mundi Bash merchandise tent from 19th to 23rd April.
Our merchandise range will be made available to view online closer to the event.
Food, Drink & Facilities
If it does rain the show will go ahead unless conditions are deemed to be dangerous. If the forecast shows the possibility of rain, bring a good quality raincoat and suitable footwear. The decision to cancel a show will be made on show day if required. In the event of inclement weather patrons should check this website BEFORE departing for the show for messages regarding traffic, parking or wet weather arrangements.
Please note that if there is inclement weather such as significant rain during the Bash, which makes the advertised location unsuitable for staging the event, the organisers reserve the right to re locate the event to another location in the Broken Hill vicinity. In the unlikely event of this occurring you will be advised of the new venue details when you arrive at Broken Hill to pick up your wristbands.