The Meredith Supernatural Amphitheatre is situated on the traditional lands of the Wadawurrung, on the edge of the Nolan farm, 90kms due west of Melbourne, halfway between Geelong and Ballarat, near the town of Meredith in the Shire of Golden Plains, Victoria, Australia.
The venue is a spectacular, permanent site, set up specifically for both the Meredith Music Festival and Golden Plains. It has been purpose-built and continually-refined using 28 years of collective know-how to provide a premium experience for performer and patron alike.
The stage nestles into a grove of giant gum trees, with a natural amphitheatre bowling up around it, crowned by an arc of gigantic pine trees.
The pine trees were planted in the 1950s by Jack Nolan’s grandfather, as a “place for the birds to nest when I’m gone”.
There is a feeling of spaciousness – it’s a huge site. You can easily find some peace and quiet if you choose. You can also easily see and hear the artists on stage from anywhere in the Amphitheatre. It’s a magic set-up.