The Ring of Fire re-creates that “around the campfire” atmosphere and takes it to unique, new heights! The audience becomes part of the performance and gathers around to sing the night away to a huge list of songs, old and new. Just like a Campfire Singalong, or Old time Jamboree.
The Jarrahfall Ring of Fire will be held from the 10th to the 13th of April 2020. There will be children’s activities and bands in the evening with gates opening Friday at noon. Campout weekend passes get campers access to all entertain live music and family entertainment in the evenings. The event is located at the Jarrahfall Bushcamp in Dwellingup less than an hour South of Perth.
This is a family-friendly event with children’s entertainment and live music. Children’s activities are tailored to 6 to 12-year old’s but the big kids are more than welcome to have a go.
For Campers, campgrounds open at 9am Friday the 10th and 9am Saturday and Sunday the 11th & 12th . Gates close at 6pm each night. If you need to arrive after 6pm on the Friday please contact Jarrahfall so we can make arrangements.
Day pass holders entry from 4pm Saturday the 11th and 9am Sunday the 12th
Campgrounds open at 12noon Friday the 10th and 9am Saturday the 11th. Gates close at 6pm each night. If you need to arrive after 6pm on the Friday please contact Jarrahfall so we can make arrangements.
Campers can stay on Thursday the 9th and Monday the 13th by purchasing extra nights accommodation when booking tickets.
Campers will need to checkout by 12noon on the Monday morning unless booking extra nights.
Yes, there are noise restrictions at 11pm each night in the camping grounds. This is a family friendly event so please respect other campers and children at the event by turning off music no later than 11pm each night.
To enter Jarrahfall, you will need to print your ticket purchase confirmation and present it at the gate for scanning when you arrive. You will be given your Armband and Program Booklet and directed where to go. Please follow all instructions from the parking and camping officials.
For the safety of all patron’s vehicle movements in the camping grounds will be restricted from 6pm to 6am each night. Please see a member of staff should an emergency arise and you need to move your vehicle between these hours, an escort will be provided.
Campsites are available if you want to join us for weekend campout under the stars. Camping MUST be pre-purchased. Please bring your tent, sleeping bags, swags etc.
Please note all sites are NOT powered and there are NO shower facilities.
Coming from Perth, on the Kwinana Freeway turn left into Pinjarra Road
Continue to Pinjarra and turn left onto South Western Highway
In 500m turn right on Pinjarra Williams rd and continue to Dwellingup
Once in Dwellingup continue 1.4km to the cemetery and turn right onto Vandals rd
Follow the signs to the gate, once onsite follow directions to the parking and camping area where you will be greeted, tickets confirmed and given directions for parking or camping.
Delicious food & soft drinks will be available for you to purchase from various vendors at the grounds. You can also bring your own food if you wish.
Toilets are located throughout the grounds and are free of charge. However, there are no shower facilities available.
There will be water available for washing and drinking during the festival.
Cameras are allowed – feel free to document the experience and share it with your friends. Please note that the use of personal drones is not permitted at the festival.
Personal Gas BBQs are ok but there will be a total fire ban in place.
A cleaning fee will apply to the allocated group if the campsite is left in poor condition.
Bring your pre-purchased tickets!
Tent sleeping bag and swag
Chairs and picnic rugs, tents etc.
Bring your sunscreen, sunglasses and hat/shade for daytime.
Warm clothes will be needed for the evening.
Please leave the site the way you find it, bring your own bags to collect and bring home your rubbish. Let’s keep the area beautiful! Please pay particular attention to the disposal of plastics and cigarette butts.
Jarrahfall does not refund the cost of any tickets except in the event that the festival is cancelled. Tickets may be assigned to others provided the original purchaser advises Jarrahfall of the identity of the new owner. Ticket holders who do not match the identity of the ticket purchaser may be refused entry.
The Jarrahfall Bush Camp is a rustic bush location with unsealed tracks and paths. Before booking, we highly recommend that you contact us for more information and to discuss if the festival venue is suitable with regard to your specific needs and concerns. Jarrahfall Bush Camp is not equipped to determine the site’s suitability for your needs. Make sure you have confirmed the suitability of the site before booking as we have a ‘no refund’ policy.
Pets are not allowed during Jarrahfall events for the comfort of other patrons.
The event organiser reserves the right to withdraw, reschedule or substitute artist/s and/or vary advertised prices, event times and inclusions without notice. The event organiser reserves the right of admission and to enforce the venue entry conditions.
Should the event be cancelled or rescheduled the event organiser will contact you via the nominated email address.
Vehicles must be driven at walking pace within the whole festival site.
Festival attendees must be aware that professional photographers will be present and attendees may be photographed and their images used in social media.
Personal drones are not allowed within the festival site.
Dogs are not allowed within the festival site.
There are natural hazards, including dams and trip hazards, on this rural site and attendees are encouraged to be aware of their environment. Please remember dams are a drowning risk parents should ensure children are watched at all times when near the dam.
Festival organisers reserve the right to remove any person who:
is in breach of the terms and conditions as outlined;
is involved in any illegal activity, including underage drinking. These matters will be referred to police and the offender/s escorted from the site;
is behaving in a manner that unreasonably interferes with another person’s enjoyment of the festival;
is causing damage or threatens the safety of any other people on the site;
possesses flares or fireworks.