What facilities are on site
With your entry for the weekend you get up to 2 nights camping in our bush camp grounds. Most camp sites are flat grassy, tree lined with easy access for all vehicle types. All camp sites have no power so if you need power please supply your own. We provide portable toilet facilities (inc disabled toilets). Showers are also available (shower pass is an additional fee and strictly limited). Please bring your own drinking and washing water as it is a rural property. Most basic needs are available at local towns or a short drive into Singleton.
We also provide two camping areas, one Premium section aimed at families who need an earlier night and morning and a general camping area for those who might like to stay up later and sleep later. This reserved section allows for people to pre-book a section knowing that a space will be available no matter what time they arrive at the event. General and “Feral” camping are on the edges of the valley floor and may not be as level or smooth as the valley floor. Follow the marshals and signs on the property when you arrive to choose your camp site.
Be respectful of your fellow camper.
Contracted food vendors around the site provide a variety of food options. If you want to just pick up a casual meal, they do great Bacon and Egg rolls for breakfast and Steak and Sausage sandwiches and chips for lunch and dinner each day. There is also fresh coffee on offer and property owner Rod often sells local produce fresh from the back of his old ute. There are no restrictions on bring your own food for personal consumption – but the no-glass rule also applies to your cutlery, condiments and containers (you may need to transfer dressings and sauces to plastic bottles before arriving).
Water & Ice
Available from the Front Entrance Gates:
- Bulk Water will be available – 12 × 600ml bottles for $20
- Bags of ICE at a great price – $5 a 5Kg bag
Please have correct change.
The statutory Bush Fire Danger Period runs from 1 October to 31 March, however it may vary due to local conditions at that time. All campers are advised that during the Tuff Truck event the only fires allowed to be lit without a Fire Safety Permit is a small Camp Fire.
All other fires require a fire permit to be issued and the lighting of any fire (other than a small camp fire) without a permit is illegal.
If caught lighting a fire (other than a small camp fire) without a permit you may be liable to a fine of up to $1100.
Rules for Camp fires at Tuff Truck
- Camp fires should be sited at least 3 meters away from tents and other structures
- Must have a 3 metre clearance free from leaf and grass fuels
- Must not be larger than 1 metre in diameter and no higher than 1 metre
- No liquid fuels (Petrol, Kero etc) should be used to light a fire as this is a dangerous practice and may result in injury
- Water supply or a fire extinguisher should be on hand to extinguish fires if they become out of control
- ALL fires to be fully extinguished before leaving the Tuff Truck event
- A responsible person not affected by alcohol to be present at the camp fire at all times
The NSW Rural Fire Service and Tuff Truck organisers are looking for all campers to support them in using fire in a safe manner and adhering to the rules.