Please note, there is no Accessible Camping area at Rainbow Serpent Festival - Regen over the Easter long weekend. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
Accessible Venue Statement
Rainbow Serpent Festival (RSF) is committed to supporting inclusion and diversity for all festivalgoers. Based on feedback, a Disability Action Plan has been developed and a range of accessibility initiatives will be rolled out over a multi-year program with the aim of enhancing access and enjoyment for the RSF community.
Rainbow Serpent Festival is held on farmland in Lexton with some areas are more accessible than others. Rainbow is focusing on improving access to the most popular areas of the festival, including providing accessible camping.
Please carefully consider your mobility needs. The event is held on a farming property and the variable weather can significantly influence the terrain and walkways which can become a potential mobility impairment, especially for regular wheelchair usage. Where possible, please consider the use of a mobility scooter as an alternate option.
Onsite Accessibility Information Services & Supports
Rainbow Serpent Festival provides several services for People with Disabilities including:
- Access Team at the Information Tent will be able to answer questions on RSF accessible facilities
- Rainbow Rangers have all been educated in what services and supports RSF has made available for People with Disabilities
Information for Carers
Primary Carers and Companions of People with Disabilities will be admitted free of charge when accompanying a ticket holder on provision of a Companion Card or equivalent. If you have a carer attending the festival and have a companion card, please contact email@example.com with an image of the companion card attached.
Accessible toilets are located behind the Info Tent and at the medical centre. More details and complete map will be released in late March.
Only guide dogs, hearing dogs and assistance animals (an animal that has been trained to assist a person to alleviate the effect of their disability) are allowed onto the festival site, including the campground.
All guide dogs, hearing dogs and trained assistance animals must be on a lead, clearly identified and with their owner at all times while on the festival site. Under no circumstances are these animals to be left unattended at any time.
If you need to bring a guide dog, hearing dog or trained assistance animal onsite, you must to submit an Assistance Animal Registration Form. Please note that we will require a copy of the document showing your Proof of Assistance Animal Training or Public Access Test Pass.
Note that persons with guide dogs, hearing dogs and trained assistance animals may be liable for any injury, loss, or damage caused by their assistance animal while it is on the festival site.
If you have a carer attending the festival and have a companion card please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with an image of the companion card attached.