STAYING SAFE

Shipwrecked is all about having the best time with the best people. We want everyone to have an excellent time, knowing that they are well looked after. Keep an eye out for your fellow patrons, and help us in creating a safe and fun environment for all.
Cell phone reception is limited in the area so be sure to let your friends and family know where you are headed for the weekend for everyone’s peace of mind.

Shipwrecked does not tolerate harassment of any kind – sexual, racial or otherwise. Everyone is welcome, and the comfort and safety of our patrons is paramount. If you are subjected to anything non-consensual or that makes you uncomfortable, or if you witness anything that doesn’t look as it should, please notify one of our team members as soon as possible.

SWIMMING

We are super lucky to have a freshwater lake on site for swimming, we even have swings! Please take care when in the water, it gets deep quick! Lifeguards will be on duty from 7am until 7pm. Help them in watching out for your fellow patrons, and refrain from swimming after dark. Bring your favourite water float and get our lake all dressed up and fruity!

GOOD HUMANS

There will be teams of epic humans kicking around throughout the festival ensuring everyone is happy, healthy and has everything they need. There will also be spaces to retreat to – to take some time out, sip some water and enjoy the quiet company of great people. First Aid and our amazing security team are available around the clock – please don’t hesitate to ask for help.

BYO

BYO is not permitted, searches will take place on entry. Be sure to leave your drinks at home, the Shipwrecked bars will be able to take care of your each and every whim.

GLASS


Shipwrecked is strictly glass-free. This is to ensure the safety of everyone as they enjoy their barefoot summer days. There will be kids running around and festival goers doing all sorts of fun things, so please help us to keep our sand and grass free of glass.

FIRE

There is a TOTAL FIRE BAN at Shipwrecked.

Our Te Arai site is incredible for many reasons, and it is made all the more special by the beautiful nature that surrounds it. Nestled amongst the forest with a ground cover of dry pine needles makes fire hazards very real. The grounds are hotter than ever and with our proximity to the forest, it is incredibly important that this is adhered to.

No camp cookers or fire toys will be permitted, only enclosed gas cookers.

Never drop your cigarette butts on the ground. There are ashtray tins located around our site, or even better – bring your own portable ashtray.

Please avoid using candles outside and be extra mindful when using lighters and matches.

There will be fire extinguisher stations located around the site – only use them in an emergency.

PETS

Pets are not permitted in the festival grounds or in the campsite. Make sure to have arranged for someone to care for your pup or pets before leaving for the festival.