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Coast and Country Buses has been proud to have been providing transport for at the Woodford Folk Festival for over 20 years and we will be back again this year providing around the clock internal shuttle transport for the entire duration of the festival as well as our fabulous luxury coach providing travel to and from Caboolture Station. 


This year, the Woodford Folk Festival is giving you more ways to get there.  Leave the car behind and jump onboard one of the many bus services on offer that a linking with Trains at Caboolture, Nambour and Roma Street.  These stops will include a drop off for those staying overnight in Tent City at the Woodford Showgrounds, where once you are set up, you can jump on one of the free shuttle services operating 24 hours a day direct to the festival entry bypassing the queue's.


More information on the Woodford Express Services from Roma Street, Chermside, North Lakes, Nambour, Maroochydore and Caloundra can be found on the Woodford Folk Fesitvals page via the below link;


Getting Here - Woodford Folk Festival


You can also email us at (This email address is only monitored regually from 10th December each year)


(Information and Booking forms for the Caboolture Rail Bus will be updated on 1st November each year). Booking form can be found here: BOOKINGS! - Bookings are only needed for trips marked with an *



About the Woodford Folk Festival


The Woodford Folk Festival is held annually over six days and six nights, from Dec 27th through to January 1st. More than 2,000 local, national and international, artists, musicians and presenters put on over 438 acts to an audience of an estimated 132,000 people. The festival begins each year with the iconic Opening Ceremony and closes with the spectacular showcase, the Fire Event on New Year’s Day. This year will be the 3th Woodford Folk Festival and the 28th held at Woodfordia. It is the largest gathering of artists and musicians in Australia.


The Woodford festival experience is deep, rich and colourful. It is based on a vision of inclusive and creative community, culture and tradition passed through generations, expressed through story and ceremony. The site, a former barren dairy farm, has been lovingly regenerated with over 120,000 subtropical rain forest trees, orchids, ferns and sedges, planted to create a habitat for butterflies and wildlife.


Woodfordia is transformed into a village that hosts over 25,000 daily patrons, performers, stallholders, volunteers and organisers. As many as 2,680 volunteers across 162 departments are at the heart of the organisation and contribute to the setup and day-to-day running of the festival. During the event, the festival is actually the 67th largest town in Australia.


Each year construction begins in early December and continues up until Christmas Day. Over 450 contractors and volunteers build the village. Many come from around the world to be part of the festival build and then stay for a week after to pull the event down.



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