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Queensland's woodland extravaganza
Jungle Love is a boutique Australian music and arts festival on Queensland's beautiful Sunshine Coast, setting up camp in a secluded woodland in the small town of Imbil, and giving us the chance to escape the toils of everyday life and disconnect for a weekend.
Embrace the wilderness and adventure as you spend your days doing yoga in the morning, enjoying midday beers by the creek, an afternoon workshop by the river, and dancing the night away to a lineup of indie, soul, funk, hip-hop and more, including China Bowls, Demon Days and Felivand.
- Approachable Members of Your Local Community
- China Bowls
- Demon Days
- Department of Music
- First Beige
- Full Flower Moon Band
- Gabriella Cohen
- Golden Sound
- Jungle Love Allstars: Live Tribute to Justice
- Kenta Hayashi
- Mad Professor
- Mufaro & The Barehouse
- Nice Biscuit
- Polygon Woods
- Simi Lacroix
- The Brains Trust
Queensland's Sunshine Coast is a stretch of beautiful beaches, surf spots and countryside in the south of the state.
Jungle Love will take place on a secret site in the small town of Imbil.
Imbil, Sunshine Coast Hinterland, Queensland, Australia
If you are driving to Jungle Love, you will require a vehicle pass. These vary and are based on the size of your vehicle.
The festival also has buses travelling to and from the site from Bowen Hills in Brisbane, stopping at Nambour station on the way.
Minimum age of entry is 18.
The festival site will open at midday on Thursday 29 November. Everyone must leave by midday on the Sunday.
Yes, you are allowed to, however, you will need a vehicle pass to do so.
The music goes till 1am each night, with some chilled after party stuff going on after.
Yes, there will be ATMs on site. We still recommend bringing enough cash with you though.