The Golden Bud pass for $150 per person includes 3-nights camping – Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights – at the Showgrounds plus entry to all MardiGrass events! There will be more camping sites available on the weekend. Due to the huge number of campers at the Showgrounds during the MardiGrass Weekend we recommend that you do NOT bring pets, however owners may do so at your own risk.
Rainbow Retreat 75 Thorburn St, Nimbin (02) 6689 1262
Nimbin Rox YHA 74 Thorburn St, Nimbin (02) 6689 0022
Terania Green 401 Terania Creek Road, Terania Creek 0439 640 512
Black Sheep Farm 449A Gungas Rd, Nimbin (02) 6689 1095
Nimbin Caravan Park 29 Sibley St, Nimbin (02) 6689 1402
Nimbin Hotel 53 Cullen St, Nimbin (02) 6689 1246
Lismore Wilson Motel 119 Ballina Rd, Girards Hill Lismore (02) 6622 3383
Wadeville Woolies, 163 Link Rd, Wadeville (02) 6689 7285
Accommodation and other information for visiting dogs to Nimbin.
Tucked away in the hills west of Byron Bay, Nimbin was once a sleepy dairy farming village in a lush setting of farmland and forest. Today, Nimbin is known the world over as Australia’s most famous hippie destination and alternative lifestyle capital.
Nimbin shot to fame when it hosted the 1973 Aquarius Festival, attracting students, hippies and visionaries from all over Australia. Once the bands left and the dust settled, a few intrepid souls stayed on to live the dreams and ideology of Aquarius and sow the seeds for today’s vibrant, sustainable community.
Surrounded by three World Heritage Listed rainforests, including Protester Falls the site of Australia’s first successful anti-logging campaign. The 1979 campaign, known as the Terania Creek Battle, lasted 4 weeks and assured the survival of NSW’s rainforests today.
You can get more information about visiting Nimbin via this link, or for personal service, the friendly staff at the Lismore & Nimbin Visitor Information Centres can help.