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New Deluxe Camping Packages Released for the Mundi Mundi Bash Outback Music Festival this August

Experience the remote magic of Australia's outback at this year's Broken Hill Mundi Mundi Bash! With tickets already sold-out, Overland Adventures has just released new deluxe camping packages for festivalgoers - an ideal way to get your hands on a ticket, enjoy creature comforts and explore stunning NSW all in one. Don't miss it: 10,000 revellers will be gathering from August 17-19 for three days of music under the stars!



Operating from Broken Hill in far west NSW, Overland Adventures is also offering the luxe camping packages to those who already have tickets to the Mundi Mundi Bash this August but would like a premium campsite waiting for them on arrival at the event so there’s more time to enjoy the spectacular desert festival and less time setting up camp and packing up afterwards and less gear to bring with them.


Set on the ochre sands of the sweeping Mundi Mundi Plains north of Broken Hill, with the rugged Barrier Ranges as a backdrop, the three-day Broken Hill Mundi Mundi Bash, features a star line-up of legendary, Australian music acts such as Icehouse, Hoodoo Gurus, Human Nature, The Angels, Pete Murray, Kate Ceberano and Dragon.


The new deluxe camping package offered by Overland Adventures comes complete with brand new domed swags set up ready to use at the event camping site with a ready-to-use firepit, shared BBQ, deluxe camping chairs, change tent, trolley to cart esky and chairs to the music arena, new sleeping bags and pillows, head lamp, ice, firewood, daily continental breakfast hamper and Wi-Fi satellite internet in the remote location as well as transfers between Broken Hill and the Mundi Mundi Bash daily.


This deluxe package is available for $925 per person, twin-share, or $1650 for solo campers. Tickets to the festival for those who missed out are still available through Overland Adventures for $689 per person when purchasing a camping package. Gourmet meal and BBQ meat boxes can also be purchased as optional extras along with pre or post-event accommodation in Broken Hill from $130 per room per night.

A cheaper, basic camping package including the swag, firepit, chairs, lamp, change tent and transfers is available for $700 per person, twin-share, or $1200 for solo campers. Packages for groups of six or more are also available. Overland Adventures also offers guided day tours in the region including the desert hamlet of Silverton, rugged Mutawintj National Park, the lakes of Menindee and historic Broken Hill.


To book, call Overland Adventures on 0493 388 453 or visit www.overlandadventures.com.au




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