Frequently Asked Questions
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Where are the classes held?
All classes are held on site at Woodfordia, home of the Woodford Folk Festival, 87 Woodrow Rd, Woodford, QLD 4514.
What kind of experience can I expect?
Nestled amongst the trees and wildlife on 500 acres of natural parkland, the Artisan Camp is an immersive master class experience. You can stay onsite in hire tents or bring your own camping gear—locals are welcome to drive in each day.
Is there food and drink available onsite?
There will be a chef-run kitchen serving pay as you go breakfast, lunch and dinner in a communal dining experience. Alternatively participants can self cater. There is also the Artisan Bar available to the participants of the Artisan Camp as well as the set up crew who are involved in building The Planting festival. All drinks are very reasonably priced.
What kind of accommodation is available?
Participants can stay in hire tents, provide their own camping or stay offsite.
When can I purchase extras such as food and camping packages?
Food is pre-purchase via our website (click here) and drinks are pay as you go. Accommodation can be purchased online from early February.
Does my ticket include a ticket to The Planting Festival?
No, the Artisan Camp is a separate Woodfordia, Inc. event, however, if you enrol in a masterclass you will be given a code to purchase a Planting ticket at half-price.
What is the refund policy?
Please see terms and conditions.
Are there any payment plans available?
Yes, you can secure your placement in any class with a $100 deposit. We will personally contact you to set-up your payment plan.
What time do the master classes start and finish?
As a general rule, classes begin at around 8 or 9am and finish around 4pm.
Are children welcome to attend?
All classes are 16+ unless specified. The Common People Dance Project is for all ages. All participants under 18 must be accompanied by an adult who is also enrolled in a class at the Artisan Camp. All participants under 16 must be accompanied by an adult who is ALSO enrolled in Common People Dance Project Class.
Are my children welcome to attend classes?
No, unfortunately because we are building another festival (The Planting festival) at the time that the Artisan Camp is being held, all participants must be enrolled in a class to gain entry to the festival site. All participants must also undergo a safety induction. It is not safe for children to explore the site.
When are we able to set up camp?
Camping is available from 12pm on the day prior to the first day of your class and 'check out' is 10am the following day. If you are attending The Planting Festival, you can set up your tent prior to your class, and then stay there throughout both the Artisan Camp and The Planting Festival.