Celebrate Spring with a relaxed afternoon of music and food on Sydney’s largest public rooftop garden @ The Coal Loader Platform.
The stunning waterfront venue will host (acoustic) musicians and activities.
With over 20 acts and activities... there's something for everyone!
The festival site will feature a variety of musical acts, kids instrument making workshops, and interactive performances throughout the day.
In addition to Sounds on the Platform, performers will disperse across the Coal Loader site, encouraging visitors to explore all that this unique space has to offer. Their pop-up performances will reward those who journey around the site.
From 3pm-6pm there are more family-friendly activities, then from 6pm-9pm the event transitions into a relaxed evening allowing visitors to enjoy acoustic sounds and spectacular sunset views from the Platform pop-up bar.
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What to Bring
Sunscreen, a reusable water bottle (refill stations on site) and keep-cups for coffee/tea. While good food and drink will be available on site, visitors are more than welcome to picnic too!
How to Get Here
Waverton Station is a flat 7 mins walk from The Coal Loader Centre for Sustainability on Balls Head Rd.
Alternatively, Sydney Buses Route 265 runs between Lane Cove and North Sydney via Greenwich and stops on Bay Rd at Ross St which is a short walk from the venue.
We’ll also be running a free shuttle bus service between Waverton Station and the venue during the peak event hours.
There are also bike racks on-site if you choose to cycle to the event.
Keep in mind, there are no secure car park facilities nearby and street parking along Balls Head Rd is limited to 4 hours. If you have to drive, plan to arrive early to find a spot, prepare for a longer walk and please be considerate of our neighbours by parking responsibly.