A few changes have been made in regards to camping this year at TTC, so please read up on them so you don’t end up camping in the wrong area, or getting on the wrong side of our Security Staff!
There is a map in your TTC2010 Official Program – PLEASE CHECK IT BEFORE SELECTING YOUR CAMP SITE!
Please see below for description of camping zones:
C1: Family & Relaxed Camping
These areas are designated for Family Camping. This means that no rowdy behaviour will be tolerated within these zones. This area is suited to families with children and those who wish to camp in a quieter and more strictly controlled environment.
C2: Reserved Camping
This area is not open to the general public and is for the sole use of officials, staff and contractors.
C3: General & ‘Boisterous’ Camping
You will note that whereas General Camping was on the left hand side of the map/property last year, this area has now been moved to the opposite side of the property.
This zone is aimed at people who wish to enjoy the party atmosphere of the event – including those who regularly camp in what was termed ‘Feral Hill’. It is important to note that the old ‘Feral Hill’ is now a Family Zone… please ensure you do not camp in this zone if you are in party-mode for the weekend – Security will be swift in having you removed.
C4: Competitor Camping
This area is for Competitors and their crew/family ONLY. This is a lock-down area and campers not wearing the correct wristband will be evicted.
Campfires will be CLOSELY monitored this year, under instruction of the Rural Fire Brigade. This is due to current fire restrictions and campers are reminded that having fires at TTC this year is a privilege, not a right.
Fires must be kept small and manageable at all times and closely monitored. Wood is the only fuel deemed acceptable – the use of flammable liquids, tyres, plastics and furniture on fires will result in them being extinguished immediately.
Firewood will be available at the event. $15 per supplied bag, fill it as much as u can.
No Pallets are allowed onsite & if any are onsite, they cannot be used as firewood.
Please see the
Rural Fire Brigade Guidelines document to avoid copping a fine.
The Marshalling Crew are in place to ensure your safety and that the event is run within guidelines.
Instructions given by Marshalls are to be obeyed at all times – failure to do so will result in our nice Security guys dropping by and having a chat to you, and possibly escorting you out the front gate.
Police & Security
Security staff levels have been dramatically increased this year, with the local police also frequenting the event all weekend.
Orders by Security Staff are to be obeyed at all times and fighting, theft, rowdy behaviour and illegal activities will not be tolerated.
Please see EVENT INFORMATION for some great security tips.
**Substantial rewards are being offered this year in relation to information that leads to a conviction of persons responsible for activities involving fireworks, explosive devices, ammunition, firearms, gas cylinder/butane canister etc misuse. All information provided will remain anonymous. The Army will be onsite this year, please keep this in mind.
Alcohol Free Zones
There will be designated Alcohol Free Zones at this years event, these will be clearly marked. There will also be Alcohol limitations for the 2010 Event. These will be announced in the coming months.
Whilst TEPA take every effort to ensure safety of TTC patrons, it is the responsibility of parents to know the whereabouts of their children at all times.
Security will be making regular patrols of areas such as catering, toilets and showers – however it is advised that children are accompanied by a responsible adult at all times to ensure they remain safe.
No pets – no excuses. Visually impaired persons requiring the assistance of a guide dog will need to make prior arrangements. If you know someone in this situation, please advise them of this.
Please refer to the section EVENT INFORMATION on the website menu for further information.