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7th - 10th April 2023

Easter Campout Weekend

Camping | Music | Family Fun

The Easter Ring of Fire at Jarrahfall will be held from the 7th to the 10th of April 2023. Campout weekend passes get campers access to all children’s activities, live music and family entertainment. The event is located at the Jarrahfall Bush Camp in Dwellingup an hour South of Perth.


Share your love of music & camping with the whole family

Live Music For The Whole Family

The Ring of Fire is a campfire singalong, unrehearsed and unpredictable but always a heap of fun

3 Nights of Camping Included

Escape, unplug and explore nature. All tickets also include 3 nights of camping.

Fun Activities To Keep The Kids Busy

With 27 years experience running school camps, we know how to keep kids busy!

Good Conversations With Friends

Unplug from the busy stress of day-to-day life and enjoy some quality time with your friends and family.

Ring Of Fire Performers

Ring of Fire perform in a circle to help break down the barrier between audience and performer and to recreate that “around the campfire feel”. The group takes turns performing their favourite sing-along tunes accompanying each song with guitars, banjos, ukuleles or whatever may suit. The audience gathers around to join in the fun and sing the night away. This is one of those shows where the audience becomes as much a part of the show as the performers. The Ring of Fire is unrehearsed, unpredictable, but always a heap of fun.


Nate Lansdell

Nate Lansdell is a multi-instrumentalist combining melodic guitar styles with percussive guitar tapping along thumping rhythm section via his foot stomp and foot Tamborine. Covering a range of styles from funk, motown to hard rock, Nate Lansdell can cover all genres. Nate is a music teacher by day and gigging musician by night. Nate will also be running the guitar workshop on Sunday giving a free group lesson and handing out pointers to anyone looking to learn or improve their guitar skills.

Dave Feenstra

Multi-instrumentalist guitar, banjo, slide guitarist Dave Feenstra has been involved in the local music industry for the last 25 years in many different bands. The Ring of Fire idea came to him after a regular gig. We were all back in the hotel room singing our favourite tunes to each other and just jamming out songs no one had ever played before when it was said “I WISH THE AUDIENCE GOT TO SEE THIS PART OF THE NIGHT AS WELL”. Dave set about forming a band of like-minded musicians who didn’t mind flying by the seat of their pants and having a whole lot of fun along the way. Dave takes on more of the country classics, but anything can happen at the Ring of Fire.

John Read

John Read is a singer/songwriter and dynamic guitarist whose years of experience has seen him play in places like Curitiba and Florenopilous (Brazil), London and St Ives (England), Raglan and Kaponga (New Zealand) and many venues across Australia. John Read has shared the stage with musicians such as Paul Kelly, Matt Taylor, Belinda Carlisle and many local artists. John's vocals are as honest as they are powerful and an absolute pleasure to listen to.

Rylee Wild

The rose between many thorns in the Ring of Fire is Rylee Wild. Rylee has been performing all over the place with her cabaret dance group “Rivertown Cabaret” and is the voice behind many events ans is the MC for Jarrahfall Campout Weekends, Ravo Chilli Fest, Secret Sounds of the City and many more. Rylee can belt out the sweetest of country tunes or get down and dirty with hip hop or grunge rock! A versatile and fun performer, Rylee Wild is the sugar coating on the Ring of Fire shows. Keep an ear out for her early microphone announcements “GOOOOOD MORNING CAMPERS!"

Jacob Pihema

A Big Man with a soulful, warm and gifted voice, Jacob is an acoustic soloist who covers well known hits from rock to pop and a dash of country and reggae. He is best known for his heartfelt renditions of Motown classics and R&B from the 1960’s-90’s that evoke emotional responses from his audience. You may think it's not possible to blend these genres, but Jacob delivers, blending them comfortably with authentic, relatable, gritty originals and modern songs. Covered artists range from Al Green to Percy Sledge, Ray Charles to James Brown, Marc Cohn to Foo Fighters.

Gavin Sounness

Providing the solid beats to the Ring of Fire, Gavin Sounness is no stranger to performing. He has performed in local and touring bands with the likes of The Brink , Road Kill Choir, Head Honcho, Applejack & Moonshine and many more. Aside from drums, Gavin can wail on the harmonica and will belt out some classic tunes in the Ring of Fire.
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Adventure Activities For Kids

Imagine Your Kids Off Their Devices & Enjoying Nature!

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. Some of these are standalone activities and others are part of activity sessions.

All kids activities are INCLUDED with your ticket

Fun Filled Weekend

We have a fun-filled lineup of things happening all weekend. Plenty to entertain you and the kids.

For campers, campgrounds open at 9am. Gates close at 6pm each night. If you need to arrive after 6pm on the Friday please contact Jarrahfall so we can make arrangements.

Friday 7th April

Saturday 8th April

Sunday 9th April

Monday 10th April

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Campgrounds open at 9am Friday, gates close strictly at 6pm each night.

Unfortunately, there are no extra night’s camping tickets available.

Campers will need to checkout by 12noon on the Monday morning.

Jarrahfall Bush Camp is committed to following the current Government mandates relevant to our industry. At this time there are no mandates or restrictions on this event.

Generators are permitted but must be switched off by 8pm each evening and are not permitted to be switched on until 7am each morning.

There are noise restrictions at 10pm 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 10pm each night and keeping noise to a minimum.

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 each evening until 6am the following morning. 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.

Personal Gas BBQs are allowed but campfires are dependent on Murray Shire Council and DFES advice at the time. At times where fires are allowed, they must be in raised fire pits, no fires are to be made directly on the ground. Please do not leave behind fire scars or other evidence of a campfire in the camping area. There will be a designated area for emptying fire pits.

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.

Our main entry gate has changed from previous events. Our main entry gate is now located on Nanga Road. From Dwellingup, follow Pinjarra – Williams Road towards Boddington. Turn right onto Nanga Road just out of town, then left into our entry gate few hundred metres later.
Once onsite follow directions to the parking and camping area where you will be greeted, tickets confirmed and given directions for parking or camping.

Please note camping sites are NOT powered and there are limited shower facilities.

Coffee vans will be onsite each morning and each evening a different food van will service the site.
Toilets are located throughout the grounds and there are limited shower facilities available.
There will be fresh drinking water available for refilling water containers during the event.
A cleaning fee will apply to the allocated group if the campsite is left in poor condition.

Event attendees must be aware that professional photographers will be present, and attendees may be photographed and their images used in social media. 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 event.

  • Bring your pre-purchased tickets!
  • Tent, sleeping bag/ swag or caravan / camper trailer etc.
    Chairs and picnic rugs etc.
  • Bring your sunscreen, sunglasses and hat/shade for daytime.
  • Warm clothes will be needed for the evening.
  • Raised fire pit if you want to have a campfire.

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 event is cancelled.  Ticket holders who do not match the identity of the ticket purchaser may be refused entry.

We are working with Tixel who provide a safe and easy place for you sell your ticket to another fan. To sell your ticket please go to tixel.com/sell and follow the prompts. If you have already found a buyer for your ticket but want to complete the transaction safely, you can create a private sale by selecting the ‘make my listing private’ option at the final step.

Follow this link to go to the Tixel event resale page for our event – https://tixel.com/au

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 event 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.

No. Pets are not allowed during Jarrahfall events for the comfort of other patrons.

Alcohol is not available for sale at any Jarrahfall Bush Camp event. Patrons are permitted to bring their own alcohol. Glass containers of alcohol are not permitted outside of your camp kitchen. Please note that anti-social behaviour will not be tolerated and may result in cancellation of your ticket and ejection from the event.

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 event site.
Event 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 event site.
Dogs are not allowed within the event 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.
Event 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 event;
Is causing damage to or threatens the safety of any other people on the site;
Possesses flares or fireworks.

Yes there are no restrictions to your camping rig. Bring whatever you would like to camp in. This includes buses, big rigs, motorhomes, campervans, caravan, camper, camper trailer, swags or tent. Please note there is no hook up to power or water available. See What Facilities are at the Site? below for further Information.

The camping area does not have sites marked or allocated. You should plan to arrive as early as possible on roll in day and arrive together with anyone you want to camp with or near.

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The kids will love it too!


(5- 16 years)
$ 75
  • 3 Nights Camping
  • Kids Activities
  • Easter Egg Hunt
  • Music Workshop
  • Outdoor Cinema


Weekend Pass
$ 105
  • 3 Nights Camping
  • Ring of Fire Main Event
  • Live Music
  • Family Entertainment
  • The Kids are Entertained!