Why do we not sell tickets for individual workshops?
The festival is designed as a space where you will meet people and have experiences you've never had before. It is intended to be a fully integrated experience, which includes much more than the workshops. The pauses in which you will re-connect and share with others what you've learned are an essential part of the process. Because selling tickets to individual workshops goes against our overall philosophy, we simply don't do it.
What will I need to bring for the event?
We recommend you wear loose fitting comfortable clothes to participate in both body-based workshops as well as discussion-based workshops. For some workshops, it is recommended you bring a towel or a sarong. You may also wish to bring a change of clothing.
If I am coming by car, where is the best place to park?
There is limited parking in Pitt Street, but you can find parking on Lygon Street, or in Loyola Avenue (off Glenlyon Road). We recommend you leave yourself plenty of time to find somewhere to park.
How do I get to the venue by public transport?
If you are wanting to come by public transport from Northcote, Thornbury or North Fitzroy, take the 506 bus from Westgarth towards Moonee Ponds. Get off at the Lygon Street bus stop.
Tram is a great option if you are coming from Coburg or Preston to the north or from Carlton or the city of Melbourne to the south.
The number 1 and 8 trams travel along Lygon Street.
Get off at the Glenlyon Road stop.
Will the Event be Catered?
Yes, the event will be catered. However, there are also plenty of opportunities to buy lunch and dinner nearby.
Does the venue have facilities for elderly and disabled people?
Yes, it does. The venue is wheelchair accessible.
If I am travelling from interstate, what accomodation is available close by?
There are several hotels close-by, including the Park Villa Place and Zagame's Brunswick Hotel. You might also want to rent a room within walking distance through Airbnb.
What do I do if I wish to exchange or re-sell my ticket?
All Ticket Sales are non-refundable. However, they can be exchanged for a fee of $30 should it turn out that after having purchased your ticket you are unable to come to the festival. In this eventuality, we will do what we can to help you to find another buyer of your ticket. Contact us via email or Facebook. Once you have found a buyer (either through your own networks or ours), we will exchange the name on the ticket for $30.
Who produces the Sydney Festival of Really Good Sex ?
The festival is produced by Xplore Festival Sydney Incorporated (INC 9894818), a non-for profit association registered with Fair Trading NSW.