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What makes us special

Each event is special, as we invite everyone to bring something unique to make the festival an exciting experience to share with everybody.

So, how can you make NMF stand out?

NudeManFest is set in the beautiful countryside of North East Victoria. The site is situated on the Hollands Branch of the Broken River.

There are areas for communal sharing, camping, bushwalking, swimming and enjoying the sun and elements.

Large shade trees provide restful areas out of the sun whilst the cleared areas provide a perfect spot for sunbathing and socialising in the warmth of the sun.

Massage, workshops, golf and volleyball can be enjoyed with fellow nude men.

Persons are reminded that NudeManFest is a safe-sex and strictly a drug-free and hassle free event.

  • Camp in the Nude

    NMF is the only festival in Australia where you can relax naked amongst other male nudists

  • No BBQ Needed

    NMF provides the BBQ (and a kitchen)! As well as cool-room to store your food. So no need to bring one!

  • Swimming

    Take a dip in the fresh river that flows around the camp site

  • Sports

    Volleyball, badminton, table tennis, golf and even yoga, we will keep you active

  • Bush walking

    Join a group nude hike and explore the bushland and the large farm

  • Relax

    Relax in a hammock enjoying the sun shine. Or even stargaze at the Milky Way and spot a shooting star

  • Facilities

    We also offer hot group showers, clean toilets and other comforts

  • Community

    NMF prides itself on it’s community focus. Come share a meal and a story

We want you
To show off naked

Each NudeManFest event is made special by the amazing people who come along and bring something exciting along to the festival

We are looking for People who can put on a show, a workshop or some kind of other event. Maybe you are a DJ, in a band, or have some great game that you would love to bring to NMF?

In previous festivals our guests contributed yoga, fire twirlers, light photography workshops, an out door movie night, star gazing tours, massage workshops and life drawing.

If you would like to come along to one of our next events, we may have a free ticket* for you and a friend if you can provide an event.

Use the contact form to let us know what your idea is and we will get in touch with you

We still encourage anyone to bring along a musical instrument, a board game, a massage table etc… to the festival

Note: Please ensure you are free on the dates of the festival, and that you are able to bring your own equipment. Terms and conditions will apply. We are looking for people with experience and a deep knowledge of their subject and can support their claim.

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About the Festival

In 2016, NudeManFest will celebrate it’s fifth anniversary, and celebrate how it has grown into a world renowned nudist community festival. It’s also the only rural event on the famous Midsumma calendar.

Hosted on a beautiful and secluded farm that covers 1,500 acres and incorporates mountains and bushland. The festival itself is set around the large garden area of the “Riverview” Homestead and its ancient undisturbed eco systems.

The emphasis of NudeManFest is communal sharing with other men. It is a place that male openness can be displayed, be admired, be enjoyed and be savoured.

It is a state of mind and body where the restrictions and impositions of society are discarded and a new freedom is found and enjoyed.

NudeManFest sets no societal barriers and all sexual activity is accepted although persons are requested to respect the feelings of others.

An important and unique aspect of NudeManFest is the cooking and sharing of meals communally in a spirit of fraternal hospitality and brotherhood.Participants will need to bring their own camping equipment and supply their own food and alcohol. Shower and toilet facilities in “Riverview Cottage” are available. A cool room and BBQ are also provided.

NMF is a friendly community event, where all men are welcome, no matter your age or sexuality. There is no need to be shy, even if you come on your own.

The festival prides itself on creating a safe and warm environment and ensure everyone feels a part of our community

On the November 2014 event, Kevin, the founder of NudeManFest did an interview with Joy FM about the festival, what it means to him and the amazing location on which it is hosted.

Rules and Guidelines

Total Nudity

This is a nudist festival, and we will ask everyone to be respectful and therefore to be naked.

Clothes are allowed within reason. For example, if it’s cold or for protection from the sun.

Respectful Behaviour

Everything is okay… As long as it is consensual and you respect your fellow men no drugs or photos are allowed.

NMF is an open, relaxed, calm, respectful and playful environment

Community Event

We are all about being a community, and ask everyone to join in the celebrations and to be friendly.

We share group dinners, cleaning, organising and looking after each other and the property.

Upcoming Events

Frequently Asked Questions

About the Festival (13 Questions)

Do I have to always be naked?

Yes (mostly).

As everyone will (mostly) be naked themselves, so it will be best if you don’t cover up. It is unfair if someone comes along and stays in their underwear the whole weekend. It will make the nudists feel uncomfortable.

However in saying that, if it is cold, or in some situation wearing clothes are fine. We recommend using common sense. When it comes to keeping warm, dry or protect yourself from extreme sun is of cause okay to do.

No one will force you to remain naked the whole time (as in if it get’s too cold), but keep in mind this is a nudist festival. If you are wearing some kind of clothing (even a jock strap) for the whole festival, this would cause an issue. Therefore we reserve the right ask you to strip off or please leave. As staying clothed will be disrespectful to the other members of the nudist community.

An example would be, some nights it gets cold up in the country, some of the lads would wear a warm coat and no pants. Others will rug up when out side and if they enter the house they will strip off again. On extremely hot days, people are known to wear long sleeve tops to protect their skin.

If we are holding a NMF event in the cooler months March-October we may have a bonfire to allow us to continue to enjoy the naked experience in comfort.

Are trans welcomed to NudeManFest?

If you identify yourself as a male, then you are apart of NudeManFest.

We invite all our brothers – it is that simple :-) as long as you are willing to strip completely off, to come join us.

Are straight guys welcomed?

Yes, straight guys are more than welcome at NMF. As long as they are aware that they will need to be naked just like everyone else.

We have had many straight and married guys with kids who attended the festival http://www.biaustralia.com.au/forums_view.php. We do not discriminate and we welcome all types of men, no matter of their sexuality. Some men just like to come and be naked with their follow brothers. (If you want to be discreet than you just need to let others know your situation or change your name. No one is going to be stalking you after the festival and we will respect your privacy.)

Are girls allowed?

No, this is a Nude Man Festival

What type of guys attend the festival?

There is a wide range of guys who attend, with a broad range of body type, size, shape, age, race, sexuality and so forth…

As long as you identify as a man (a gentleman, a sir, a boy whom is over the age of 18), you are able to attend NudeManFest, no matter if you are gay, straight, bisexual. We also warmly welcome our trans brothers who are FTM, you are also more than welcome to join us. As long as you as anyone who identifies as a male is naked, you are able to join us.

Being a nudist isn’t about how you look, if you are a Daddy, Son, Geek, Leather Man, Otter, Ostrich, Rugged, Wolf, Chub, Bull, Twink, Twunk, Pup, Circuit Boy, Gym Bunny, Jock, Art / Show, Clean-Cut, Sandwich or Metrosexual you are all welcome.

We also have bankers, lawyers, businessmen and tradies, it really doesn’t matter about social class, we don’t have any labels once the clothes are off……..

People aren’t there to judge, or make fun of anyone. And not everyone is there to pick up (although this does happen and we don’t mind it).

Everyone is welcome and we hope that others will make people feel a part of the community.

This is not a typical camp site and we don’t want to use stereotypes or label people. Most of the people who do attend are very relaxed, welcoming and care-free. They are just there to be naked and enjoy themselves.

We hope you will be the same.

Will people be having sex?

Yes, people will be having sex. You are free to do what you want. No one will throw a bucket of cold water over you if you have sex in public, but we ask that you be respectful of others around you, and that you practice safe sex. Ensure you pack condoms!

However, it is a common misconception that nudist events are just orgy filled weekends with people having sex everywhere all of the time. This couldn’t be further from the truth.

Anything you do in your own tent is totally fine, anything you do in front of a receptive audience is also fine. And if you wish to go for a private bush walk with a special friend, or two, or more, that is also fine. Just let someone know that you are heading out for a while and how long to wait before sending out a search party.

What happens if I get an erection, will people laugh at me?

This is quite normal and no one will judge you for it. If anything you will probably get compliments.

But we are all guys here and erections are very normal, so you’ve got nothing to be ashamed about.

What is the age range like?

To be honest, it is hard to tell. The age range is quite broad and a number of different guys attend the festival. Usually the age is around 20 to 80. But no matter of the age of the people there, everyone will be friendly and made welcome.

The youngest we have had at the festival was 18 and the oldest was 85. This was at the same event.

Please note, you will need to be over 18 years old to enter the event.

What is the accommodation like?

The festival is hosted on a large farm in the floor of a valley. You are able to camp with the others in the main areas, or you are able to camp in a more private and peaceful areas.

But there is no built accommodation available to rent. You may be able to share the dog’s bed if you ask kindly.

There are (hot) showers, toilets, BBQs, and refrigerator thats all provided by the festival

How many people will be there?

Over the past season, we averaged around 120 visitors. With January 2015 setting the record of 170 visitors. The farm is quite large and can accommodate a lot people. At this stage we haven’t set a limit on how many people we will let into the festival

Sometimes NudeManFest will be on a long weekend when other events are scheduled for that same weekend. IE: Australia Day. Different NudeManFest events will have different turn outs but you will be sure to have fun just being on the farm.

Whether there be a large number or people or a small number of people, either way has its pro & cons but each time we have a fantastic time.

There only needs to be one other special person to have a good time.

How isolated / private is it?

The farm is 1,500 acres mostly of remnant bush which provides a lot of coverage from the main road. You are safe and private. You will just need to worry about the NSA satellites and drones.

There are a few fields at the front of the house, and a lot of tree coverage, so no one will be able to see what is going on from the road as long as you stay in the main grounds. We do ask people if they are near the main road to put clothes on and respects our neighbours.

 

Will there be internet / reception / technology there?

In a word, No. The idea is to log off and disconnect and engage with your fellow campers.

Even fellow campers who are with Telstra have had issues with reception.

Some people in previous years have gone for a bit of a walk up the mountain to get reception if you really need to check who is on grindr.

There is no internet (or wifi) at the festival but there is a landline in case of emergencies. There are power points if you do need to charge anything, just talk to the coordinators at the festival.

Can I bring a caravan or something else besides a tent?

There is plenty of room if you want to bring a caravan or motor home, but we can not offer you power. Refrigeration and cooking facilities are available in the communal areas.

We ask that no generators are used in the main camping area, and respect other festival goers experience. If you need power for medical reasons, please contact us in advance to sort out arrangements.

For midsumma 2015, we will be opening a separate field for all motor homes, and allow visitors to sleep in their cars. They will be able to park in the same location, separate the the general parking. We will give all campers a car pass to display on their vehicle for the festival.

Please contact us in advance to let us know you are bringing a motor home so we can make appropriate arrangements.

Accomodation (4 Questions)

I want to camp next to my friends, can you reserve a spot?

Camping sites are allocated as you arrive. Spaces can’t be held, so please show up at the same time if you’d like to camp together.

There are plenty of camping spots available at the festival. Each year we keep opening up new locations to camp. We recommend looking at the map that will be emailed out before each event.

Do you hire out accomadation?

We are looking into hiring tents in the 2015-16 season, we recommend signing up to our newsletter, and also send us a email via our contact form to let us know that you are looking and we will see what we can do to help.

As for hiring our a cabin or accommodation, we don’t have any rooms or such to hire out.

Can I sleep in my car?

We do not allow cars onto the camp site (unless you have a disability or a special need). However you can park along the camper vans and sleep in your car there.

Can I bring a caravan or something else besides a tent?

There is plenty of room if you want to bring a caravan or motor home, but we can not offer you power. Refrigeration and cooking facilities are available in the communal areas.

We ask that no generators are used in the main camping area, and respect other festival goers experience. If you need power for medical reasons, please contact us in advance to sort out arrangements.

For midsumma 2015, we will be opening a separate field for all motor homes, and allow visitors to sleep in their cars. They will be able to park in the same location, separate the the general parking. We will give all campers a car pass to display on their vehicle for the festival.

Please contact us in advance to let us know you are bringing a motor home so we can make appropriate arrangements.

Packing for the festival (4 Questions)

What stuff will be provided to use?

In 2015-16, we are changing things up a bit. We have a great cooking area with a number of barbecues, including an area for vegetarians only.

There is a basic outdoor kitchen with basic facilities that everyone is welcome to use. Including a microwave, kettle, sink for washing up and cleaning products. As well as a range of basic cooking utensils to prepare food on the barbecue.

For safety reasons, we ask you to leave all barbecue, gas burners and cooking facilities at home and come use ours. We have plenty of room for everybody.

We only want you to bring food and alcohol (and stuff to eat and drink with), we will take care of the rest

What do we need to bring?

You will need to bring a tent, air mattress (if you don’t have an air pump, someone will be able to lend you theirs), sleeping bag / blankets etc. Bring clothes in case it gets cold at night.

Also pack food, alcohol, sunscreen, towel and shower stuff etc… You may want to bring drinking water. Filtered water from the creek is provided at the camp grounds.

The festival will provide a number of facilities and utilities, including barbecues, urns for coffee / tea, toasters and a cool room. We do recommend that you bring your own plates, bowls, cups and cutlery.

We will ask campers not to bring any barbecues or gas burners for safety reasons. We provide all cooking facilities.

Can I bring a musical Instrument?

Yes we would love for anyone to serenade us with their talents while we relax in the hammocks drinking cocktails and margaritas.

If you are an actual band / DJ, or have some kind of performance you would like to do at NudeManFest, we may be interested in you coming along and putting on a bit of a show for us. Contact us and we can discuss.

Can I bring any pets?

Whilst there are dogs and a range of animals on the farm, we need to protect their safety, so please make alternative arrangements for your pooch (and or pussy), whilst you are at NMF.

We simply can not manage a situation where we allowed everybody who came along to bring there pooch as the dogs out of their own territory would be fighting and barking for 4 days and this is not restful for anybody.

Travel (3 Questions)

How to get to Nude Man Fest

NudeManFest is in Northern Victoria, a 3 hour drive up the Hume Highway coming from Melbourne.

If you use Google Maps or Apple Maps, please be aware that it takes you into Swanpool, which can be very confusing and requires a lot of turns and there is no phone reception in a lot of that area and can be easy to get lost. Whilst you can easily find NudeManFest these days on google maps, just be aware that the maps takes you the hard way.

Therefore we recommend ignoring your google map and Apple.

If you are heading from Melbourne (or Sydney can also take the Hume) NudeManFest is follow the Hume Highway (M31). Take the turn off into Benalla via Mansfield Road (A300) and follow the A300 as it turns right into Bridge St W / Midland Hwy. You will head into the main township of Benalla, which your last stop for fresh goods (there is a Coles, Aldi and Woolworths. Also lots of places to get some ice and alcohol). When you hit the MacDonald’s on the main road, turn right onto the C517 (Benalla-Tatong Road). Follow this road for 32 km, straight down to the farm. It’s on your right about 6.5k after you go through Tatong township.

We will have a ‘Private Event’ banner on the front drive way, with some lights to help grab your attention if you are arriving at night.

(Internet and GPS access is limited so be sure to look at your odometer and measure 6km from the township of Tatong)

Or see the map under the contact for more information.

You can see a list of directions from the Melbourne City Centre to NudeManFest via Tatong on Google Maps here.

How can I get there without a car?

Benalla Train Station is about 30km from the camp ground. If you are unable to get a lift or drive to the festival, someone may be able to pick you up from the station if prearranged. Please talk to your fellow campers who you know that are going to work out a plan for them to pick you up.

During the time of the festival we are often out of the house having fun, so there isn’t always someone around to answer the phone. And with no mobile reception, and no pockets, we won’t have a mobile on us. So therefore you need to plan in advance.

The best thing to do, once again, is contact us above prior to the festival for advice. However there isn’t always someone from our staff who can collect you as we are all busy. But you can always ask.

Also, there might be an option to car pool. If you have room in your car or need a lift, it is also useful to post on the NudeManFest Facebook page and let others know your situation. There is usually room in a few cars that are heading up from Melbourne. And in previous events we have seen a number of people become friends on the drive up.

Is it far / easy to get to?

Getting to the festival is extremely easy, and any car, bike or vehicle will be able to reach the camp ground. It is all sealed road without any dirt tracks (except for the drive way). So you should not have any problems getting there.

Internet access is limited, so GPS usually does not work once you pass the Tatong township. Driving along  the Tatong Tolmie Rd keep an eye out on the right-hand-side 5.5km from Tatong township  for a large tree with the “Private Event” sign at the front.

Turn right and drive down the driveway until you reach the homestead about 200m off the sealed rd. (read how to get to nude man fest for more detail)

Once you are there (4 Questions)

Once I get there, what do I do? Is there reception or check in?

In 2015-16, we are doing something a bit different. Once you arrive at NMF, follow the signs to the check in area. There will be someone at the front of the farm house waiting to greet you, scan your ticket or you could buy a pass to the festival at the check-in area. Here, you will also collect your wristband. You may drop some of your gear here, but it is best to wait to you get to the car park

From the check-in area, you will follow the road around to the new car park, which is located next to our new camp site, Pig Pen. Please refer to the signs for more information.

For camper vans and such, you will follow the same signs this year, and park next to the new parking area.

If no one is able to meet you (for example, if you arrive late at night), come around to the back of the farm house, most people are usually relaxing, playing, eating or drinking back there, you will easily be spotted as a newbie if you are wearing clothes. Come say hi, there will usually be a few volunteers floating around. We will all be able to greet you, help you get settled in and direct you. It is a very relaxed community vibe.

What stuff will be provided to use?

In 2015-16, we are changing things up a bit. We have a great cooking area with a number of barbecues, including an area for vegetarians only.

There is a basic outdoor kitchen with basic facilities that everyone is welcome to use. Including a microwave, kettle, sink for washing up and cleaning products. As well as a range of basic cooking utensils to prepare food on the barbecue.

For safety reasons, we ask you to leave all barbecue, gas burners and cooking facilities at home and come use ours. We have plenty of room for everybody.

We only want you to bring food and alcohol (and stuff to eat and drink with), we will take care of the rest

Where do I park?

We have opened up a new parking area in 2015-16, which is close to the back of the farm house, near the river. We will request all visitors park in the designated area. We will be posting out a festival map just before our events to inform ticket holders on where to park and other important information. So please keep an eye out for this.

We ask that cars are kept off the camp site to keep the area clean and healthy. You can easily walk to your car at any time.

What happens if it rains?

There are lots of places to keep warm and dry at the festival. Check the weather forecast in advance and bring some warm clothes, gumboots and umbrella if it is appropriate. But unless there are extremely unusual weather conditions, the festival will continue on. Rain or shine.

And if it is cold, you are more than welcome to rug up, you don’t have to remain naked the whole time if you are cold

Tickets (6 Questions)

How do I book tickets to the event?

Please refer to the event section for how to purchase tickets online to upcoming events. If the event is listed as “save the date”, no ticket prices have been announced yet. Please subscribe to our newsletter to receive information about tickets once we have officially launched the festival

Can I pay at the gate?

Yes, we allow you to pay at the gate, but we do prefer you to book online in advance. It is cheaper for yourself and it helps us to know how many people are are expecting.

If you are paying at the gate, please keep in mind that will be a surcharge. Please bring exact change and refer to our event section for ticket prices at the gate.

What does “BF” mean under ticket pricing?

Unfortunately BF doesn’t mean Boy Friend, so you won’t have to pay us with your partner (you can keep him).

The Booking Fee (BF) is a small fee that our ticket partners and Midsumma includes along with the cost of a ticket.

You can pay at the gate instead, but please remember that this does cost more than an internet ticket. And it’s also better to pre book so we know

How much does it cost?

Please visit the Upcoming NudeManFest events for more information as price may vary from event to event. There will be weekend, overnight and day passes on sale per each event.

Each ticket will give you access to all the exciting activities, facilities such as a cool room, BBQ, showers, toilets, our outdoor kitchen and a beautiful camp site.

What are the differences in tickets?

There are three different types of tickets; Day, Overnight and Weekend Pass

  • Day Pass: spend the day at the festival and leave at the end of the night. No camping is allowed. But you get to use all the facilities and join in all the fun
  • Overnight Pass: Stay one night at the festival – this can be any night you are able to attend during the course of the festival
  • Weekend Pass: Stay anywhere from two nights to the whole length of the festival, depending on your schedule. This is completely up to you
What is your refund policy?

If the ticket has been purchased through our ticketing partners, you will be able to get a refund on the ticket, minus the booking fee.

However, if the tickets are purchased through Midsumma, you will need to refer to their terms and conditions to find out how to receive a refund.

Attendees (8 Questions)

Are trans welcomed to NudeManFest?

If you identify yourself as a male, then you are apart of NudeManFest.

We invite all our brothers – it is that simple :-) as long as you are willing to strip completely off, to come join us.

Are straight guys welcomed?

Yes, straight guys are more than welcome at NMF. As long as they are aware that they will need to be naked just like everyone else.

We have had many straight and married guys with kids who attended the festival http://www.biaustralia.com.au/forums_view.php. We do not discriminate and we welcome all types of men, no matter of their sexuality. Some men just like to come and be naked with their follow brothers. (If you want to be discreet than you just need to let others know your situation or change your name. No one is going to be stalking you after the festival and we will respect your privacy.)

Are girls allowed?

No, this is a Nude Man Festival

What type of guys attend the festival?

There is a wide range of guys who attend, with a broad range of body type, size, shape, age, race, sexuality and so forth…

As long as you identify as a man (a gentleman, a sir, a boy whom is over the age of 18), you are able to attend NudeManFest, no matter if you are gay, straight, bisexual. We also warmly welcome our trans brothers who are FTM, you are also more than welcome to join us. As long as you as anyone who identifies as a male is naked, you are able to join us.

Being a nudist isn’t about how you look, if you are a Daddy, Son, Geek, Leather Man, Otter, Ostrich, Rugged, Wolf, Chub, Bull, Twink, Twunk, Pup, Circuit Boy, Gym Bunny, Jock, Art / Show, Clean-Cut, Sandwich or Metrosexual you are all welcome.

We also have bankers, lawyers, businessmen and tradies, it really doesn’t matter about social class, we don’t have any labels once the clothes are off……..

People aren’t there to judge, or make fun of anyone. And not everyone is there to pick up (although this does happen and we don’t mind it).

Everyone is welcome and we hope that others will make people feel a part of the community.

This is not a typical camp site and we don’t want to use stereotypes or label people. Most of the people who do attend are very relaxed, welcoming and care-free. They are just there to be naked and enjoy themselves.

We hope you will be the same.

Will people be having sex?

Yes, people will be having sex. You are free to do what you want. No one will throw a bucket of cold water over you if you have sex in public, but we ask that you be respectful of others around you, and that you practice safe sex. Ensure you pack condoms!

However, it is a common misconception that nudist events are just orgy filled weekends with people having sex everywhere all of the time. This couldn’t be further from the truth.

Anything you do in your own tent is totally fine, anything you do in front of a receptive audience is also fine. And if you wish to go for a private bush walk with a special friend, or two, or more, that is also fine. Just let someone know that you are heading out for a while and how long to wait before sending out a search party.

What happens if I get an erection, will people laugh at me?

This is quite normal and no one will judge you for it. If anything you will probably get compliments.

But we are all guys here and erections are very normal, so you’ve got nothing to be ashamed about.

What is the age range like?

To be honest, it is hard to tell. The age range is quite broad and a number of different guys attend the festival. Usually the age is around 20 to 80. But no matter of the age of the people there, everyone will be friendly and made welcome.

The youngest we have had at the festival was 18 and the oldest was 85. This was at the same event.

Please note, you will need to be over 18 years old to enter the event.

How many people will be there?

Over the past season, we averaged around 120 visitors. With January 2015 setting the record of 170 visitors. The farm is quite large and can accommodate a lot people. At this stage we haven’t set a limit on how many people we will let into the festival

Sometimes NudeManFest will be on a long weekend when other events are scheduled for that same weekend. IE: Australia Day. Different NudeManFest events will have different turn outs but you will be sure to have fun just being on the farm.

Whether there be a large number or people or a small number of people, either way has its pro & cons but each time we have a fantastic time.

There only needs to be one other special person to have a good time.

General (9 Questions)

I have some other questions that were not covered in this FAQ, who can I ask?

You can contact us with the contact details below, or you can also post on the Facebook page.

Do you have the facilities for douching?

We are baffled that we keep getting asked this question, so we thought that we should make it official so we stop getting emailed about it.

We do not have specific facilities for douching.

However we do have a milking shed for the cows and a bunch of hoses if you need to borrow them

I noticed my photo online, and I would like it to be removed

IF you have noticed your photo on the website and for what ever reason like it to be removed, please contact us and let us know which photo it is. This can be done by listing the event the photo was at (eg: March 2014) and the number of the photo (ID 3). You can can find out the number / Id of the photo by clicking on the image to open it up in the light box. A number will be displayed with the image.

Am I allowed to take photos?

To put bluntly, no.

A lot of our guests are uncomfortable with their photos being taken. So we ask that you be polite and don’t walk around and take photos out of respect for other guests.

However, if you would like to go somewhere private (your tent, a walk etc….) with your camera, that will be okay. You can take photos around the farm as long as you are not on the highway and you are respectful of others.

Usually we have a professional photographer at our events. The photographer will announce that they will be photographing certain events or group activities. If anyone does not wish to be photographed, they need to let the photographer know, and their privacy will be respected. Some guys are happy with their back / ass being photographed, but choose not to have their cock or face shown on the website. Not all photos will be published on the NMF website, and photos can be requested to be taken offline at any time.

Fire Plan

NMF Fire plan flow

Are trans welcomed to NudeManFest?

If you identify yourself as a male, then you are apart of NudeManFest.

We invite all our brothers – it is that simple :-) as long as you are willing to strip completely off, to come join us.

Fire Plan Exit Strategy Map

NMF fire plan

Water

Water

You may want to bring your own drinking water. Filtered water from the creek is provided at the camp ground which is used for drinking and showering.
The drinking water is taken upstream from the swimming area and as it is continuously flowing over rocks, it is a safe and pure source of water to drink. The water flows down from the surrounding mountains and is classed as ecologically healthy river.

Water is a limited resource however so we ask that you be considerate with your shower time and keep to a quick wash off rather than your normal shower routine at home.
Water can become a scare resource in the summer months in the bush so we simply ask for you to be conscious of the water limitation and the environment and reduce your shower time. This way we can all continue to enjoy the beautiful shower facilities at Riverview.

Safety

Fire

When camping in the outdoors fire can make the difference to your experience in many different ways.

We use fire to cook and create ambience and warmth or used in the wrong way it can kill us.

As there are many of us camping in the middle of the summer months in a dry bush fire prone area we ask that you help to keep each of us safe by only using the communal BBQ’s for cooking where we have nearby fire extinguishers. Individual BBQs, Camp Fires, Personal Candles, Incense Burners and any other naked flame is strictly Prohibited during the Fire Danger Season.
During the Fire Danger season cigarette smokers should only smoke in a designated smoking area and butts placed in sand boxes provided.

Fire Plan

While we don’t want you to be alarmed, we do want to be vigilant and prepare you in the case of a fire threat during the festival. We have prepared three possible different fire plan scenario diagram and ask that you familiarize
yourself with the plan and along with the evacuation plan should they need to be executed through out the festival. This plan is available on our website and displayed in close proximity to the fire extinguishers through out the festival.

We have no non-histroy of a bushfire at Riverview and we would like your 100% cooperation in keeping it that way.