Directions

DOWNLOAD DIRECTIONS

The venue is the Meredith Supernatural Amphitheatre, on Mount Mercer Road, near a town called Meredith, in Victoria, Australia. Meredith the town is halfway between Geelong and Ballarat on the Midland Highway (A300), about 90kms due west of Melbourne. By car from Melbourne CBD it is a 110 minute drive. However you should allow up to 3 hours to get here on the Friday. You can also take public transport.

Driving Directions from Melbourne (via Princes Hwy)

  • From Melbourne, take the Princes Highway to Geelong.
  • As you approach Geelong veer right onto the Geelong Bypass following the signs to Colac.
  • Travel on the Geelong Bypass for about 10kms and take the Ballarat Exit A300.
  • Turn right onto the A300 and head towards Ballarat for about 40kms until you get to Meredith.
  • At Meredith, turn left after the service station, this is Mount Mercer Road.
  • The Sup’ is approximately 13kms along this road.
  • On the Friday, this might take up to 60 minutes, as there are holding bays to ensure safe and steady traffic flow.

Driving Directions from Geelong and Surf Coast

  • From Geelong take the Midland Highway (A300) and head towards Ballarat for about 40kms until you get to Meredith.
  • At Meredith, turn left after the service station, this is Mount Mercer Road.
  • The Sup’ is approximately 13kms along this road.

Driving Directions from Ballarat

  • From Ballarat take the Midland Highway (A300) and head towards Geelong for about 40 kms until you get to Meredith.
  • Turn right after the corner pub in Meredith. This is Mount Mercer Road.
  • The Sup’ is approximately 13kms along this road.

Please don’t wee on our neighbours’ fences anytime anywhere ever. Please use the public toilets in town.

Be extra careful driving on country, rural and unfamiliar roads. Follow the above directions rather than taking back roads and/or following GPS directions, which ain’t always the best way. Some helpful tips here. Plan rest breaks if tired and watch for wildlife.

During the Victorian bushfire season (November to April) it is important to follow this bushfire safety advice, to ensure that your visit to regional Victoria is safe and enjoyable.