4th -5th MAY 2018


How did this festival start?

The Trundle ABBA Festival was founded in 2012 by a local couple after visiting the nearby Parkes Elvis Festival and thinking “how great would an ABBA Festival be?”. They couldn’t find one to go to and so thought…“OK, let’s put one on!” Now, Trundle has the only ABBA Festival in Australia. The Trundle ABBA Festival has been developed with no grant funding and minimal sponsorship. Trundle ABBA Festival’s main cost is entertainment; including sound, lighting and staging of the highest quality.

What’s the point?

Trundle ABBA Festival has a long term vision to maintain and develop the event and ensure it continues to be delivered each year to provide benefits to the community. Some of the key long term objectives include:

  • improve event infrastructure, amenities and accessibility;
  • support the Trundle Memorial Hall by purchasing equipment and updating the facilities within the hall;
  • adopt a holistic approach to enhance the economic benefits for the Trundle community;
  • increase the profile and awareness of Trundle and surrounds as a tourist destination; not just a drive-through, for the Trundle Bush Tucker Day, Tullamore Irish Festival and the Trundle ABBA Festival;
  • provide a platform for businesses, organisations and local individuals to market themselves.
Can I have a stall?

For all stall and catering enquiries, please email Pam on stalls@trundleabbafestival.com.au

Do you need sponsors?

That would be lovely! Please email gary@trundleabbafestival.com.au

Can I bring my dog to the festival?

Due to there being lots of families, children and food, we ask that you leave your fluffy friends at home. Accessibility dogs are of course an exception.

Am I allowed to have a fire in the camping grounds?

Yes, but only small fires that provide warmth. Fires must be kept safe and have a clearing to ensure the fire does not get out of hand.

Is there a waste dump at the camping grounds?

Yes, there is a waste dump for caravans at the Showground.

Can I bring alcohol into the festival?

No. Berryman Oval is a licenced venue and all drinks must be purchased & consumed within the Berryman precinct. Bags will be checked at the entry to Berryman Oval. STRICTLY NO GLASS.

Can I bring my camp chair to the Concerts?

Yes please do. The 2 night time shows are at Berryman Oval.

How do we get our tickets for the festival?

Click on “Tickets” on our website: www.trundleabbafestival.com.au

Can I purchase tickets on the day?

Yes. Please go to the 123tix box office.

What time do the concerts start?

 Gates will open for Friday night’s show at approximately 5pm & close at 7.30pm.  On Saturday, gates will open at Berryman at 11am and will close at after Bjorn Again at approximately 8pm. 

Can I purchase food at the night time concerts?

Yes! There will be lots of tasty food vendors at Berryman Oval on Saturday for the duration of the Festival. On Friday night, the club and pub will be ready to serve up dinner when the concert finishes at 7.30pm. Feel free to bring a picnic to the oval with you if you prefer (please put your rubbish in the bins before you leave!)

Can I purchase merchandise at the Festival?

Yes, merchandise will be sold at “ABBA Central” in the main street on Friday and at our merchandise stand in Berryman Oval on Saturday and online through our website www.trundleabbafestival.com.au

What are the nearest towns?

Parkes, Forbes and Condobolin are a 45min drive. Bogan Gate is 15 minutes drive. Tullamore is 20 minutes away. There are so many choices!

Where are the disabled toilets?

Central locations in the main street, at Berryman Oval and in the Trundle Services and Citizens Club.

What do I need to bring?

Your enthusiasm, friends and a big smile!