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How to get to Agfest

Travelling to Agfest is easy and there will be plenty of signage to assist patrons.

FROM LAUNCESTON - head towards Devonport on the Bass Highway (1), 22kms from Launceston, turn into Oaks Road (C511) at the Liffy Falls Exit.

FROM DEVONPORT - head towards Launceston on the Bass Highway (1). Approximately 7kms past the Hagley by-pass, turn right into Oaks Road (C511) at the Liffey Falls Exit.

FROM HOBART - Follow the Midlands Highway (1) to Perth, turn left onto (B52) and continue for 13kms and turn left onto the Bass Highway (1). Travel approx 4kms and turn left onto Oaks Road (C511) at the Liffey Falls Exit.

The Liffey Falls Exit on the Bass Highway is marked with large yellow AGFEST directionals Signage.

Traveling to Agfest

 

How to get to the Agfest after 2.30pm

During the hours of 2.30pm until 6.00pm, Agfest cannot be accessed from the Bass Highway due to both lanes of Oaks Road being used for outbound exiting traffic only. If you plan on visiting Agfest after 2.30pm please follow these alternative routes:

FROM LAUNCESTON - Head towards Longford. Just past Longford, follow (C518), (C513) and (C511) through Bishopsbourne.

FROM DEVONPORT - head towards Launceston on the Bass Highway (1). Prior to Hagley, turn onto (B54) travel through Hagley and Whitemore using (B54), (C507) and (C511).

FROM HOBART - Follow the Midlands Highway (1) to Longford. Just past Longford, follow (C518), (C513) and (C511) through Bishopsbourne.

The routes via Hagley, Whitemore and Bishopsbourne are marked with AGFEST direction signage.

Detour Map


Parking

All patron car parking is free at Agfest. If you are approached and asked to pay for parking, please report this at the ticket box.

Parking for patrons with disabilities is located close to the main entrances to the site. Patrons must display a valid diabled parking permit to park in these areas. Once off Oaks Road, simply follow the blue direction signage or ask one of our carpark attendant's directions.

Designed motorbike parking is also located close to the main entrances on the site.


Site Map

To download the detailed site map, please click here.


Entry Fees & Opening Times

Adult 16+ $20
Children 5-15 years $5
Children under 5 Free
Family (2 adults + 3 Children) $50 (only available via presale)

All purchases who purchase via presale at Ticketbooth prior to the 12th April 2017, will go into the draw to win the ultimate Agfest Experience valued at $500.

Gate Entry prices
Adults $25
Children (5-15 inclusive) Children under 5 Free $5
Support person accompanying a Person with a disability presenting a Companion card is free entry.

Please note: Dogs are not permitted (disability dogs excluded)

School Groups
Students $5
Teachers within prescribed student/teacher ratio $5
This price is only available on the presentation of a School Purchase Order at the gate. The school is invoiced after the event.
1:4 Primary School
1:6 Secondary
1 only supervising adult required for University or Groups

Gate Times
Agfest is open from 8am until 5pm daily. Patrons cannot gain access to the site prior to these times.

 

 

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