Festival FAQs

Yes, our beloved four-legged friends are more than welcome as long as they’re on a lead. Please expect lots of pats from staff.

Also note, event organizers have the right to refuse entry to large or unfriendly dogs.

The GoFish Nagambie Festival thanks to Jayco is a FREE event.

There is FREE on site parking at the festival.

Disabled parking / access is located a short distance from the entry to the venue. When you arrive, simply follow the signs.

Disabled parking/access It is located a short distance from the entry to the venue and there is a flat gravel roadway to access the venue from the parking area. When you arrive at the venue, follow the signs for exhibitor/disabled parking and be ready to show your parking permit to the marshal or security guard and they’ll direct you to the appropriate parking area.

Yes, the venue is accessible but please note that the Festival Hub is on unsealed roads and grassed areas and there are some slight undulations. 

Nagambie being just 90 minutes from Melbourne is the perfect weekend getaway. With leading wineries, a world class waterway for fishing, boating and rowing and NOT to mention the black caviar statue, there is plenty to see and do. 

Learn more about Nagambie


Mitchelton Winery

Tahbilk Winery

Fowles Wine

Nagambie Brewery and Distillery

Black Caviar Statue

Mt Wombat Lookout

Noorilim Estate



Nagambie Lakes Leisure Parks

Nagambie Waterfront Motel

Centretown Motel

Nagambie Caravan Park

Nagambie Motor Inn

Nagambie Lakes Holiday Units

Thursday 25th march 4pm – 9pm

Friday 26th March 5pm – 9pm

Saturday 27th March 12pm – 9:30pm 

Sunday 28th March 10:00 am – 2pm