F.A.Q.


F.A.Q. – Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Where is the Dingo Creek Wine, Jazz and Blues Festival?

265 Tandur Traveston Road Traveston, Queensland [Near Gympie] To view map click here

Q. When is the Festival?

17th and 18th of April 2010

Q. How do I buy my ticket?

Tickets may be purchased online through the Dingo Creek Shopping Cart (via Paypal secure server  facilities).

Tickets are also available from Dingo Creek Vineyard ph 07 5485 1731, Mobile 0438 851 731 or E-mail [email protected].

Q. What is your Refund Policy?

This event is a fundraiser for SIDS and Kids Queensland, tickets are non refundable, tickets may be transferred to another entity.
If the event is cancelled by the organising committee due to unforseen circumstances, ticket holders will be given the option of a refund or carrying the tickets over to the following year.

Q. How do I get there?

You can take the bus or drive [for venue location click here]

McCaffertys

Greyhound

Q. What about accommodation?

Bring your own tent, camper or caravan. It’s free and toilets and showers are available on site.

Stay in one of the many B and Bs, resorts or hotels in the surrounding towns of Noosa and Gympie Cooloola Information Centre Ph: 1800 444 222 and 07 5483 5554 or email [email protected]

Noosa Information Centre 07 5447 4988 or email [email protected]

See our accommodation page for more information.  

Q. I have an enquiry, who do I call?

Marg Gillespie Ph: [07] 5485 1731 or email [email protected]

Q. What is SIDS and Kids Queensland?

Sids and Kids Queensland exists to develop and deliver services and programs for all individuals in Queensland who are affected by the sudden and unexpected death of a child, regardless of cause.

As we receive very little government funding, it is only through the generosity of community members and businesses that our organisation can continue to provide our much needed services to the Queensland public free of charge.

Fundraising success is vital to ensure life saving research into the causes of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome continues.