Accessibility

Disabled Parking Spaces

On Saturday – there are disabled parking spaces in Barton Street, near the Post Office.

On Sunday – disabled parking is allocated in the Senior Citizens Centre carpark, corner of Barton and Hampden Streets.

On Saturday and Sunday – there is free event parking at Booth Park, with allocated disabled parking spaces. A free shuttle bus runs throughout the day between Booth Park and the festival site. This is a great option for those unable to walk long distances as you will be dropped off and picked up right near Rotary Park.

Disabled Toilets

Disabled toilets can be found:

  • in the public toilet block in Rotary Park
  • in the Kurri Kurri Workers Club in Lang Street (across the road from Rotary Park)
  • in the IGA Centre, Lang Street

Contact

Kurri Kurri Visitor Information Centre
199 Lang St (PO Box 284)
Kurri Kurri NSW 2327
P: (02) 4936 1909

About

The Kurri Kurri Nostalgia Festival is now in its second decade and has established itself as one of the Hunter’s premier festivals, featuring all things rock n roll, cars, music, fashion and dancing.

What’s On

Rock 'n' Roll
Classic Cars & Hot Rods
Fabulous Fashions
Retro Market Stalls
Dance Demonstrations
Parades & Talent Quests
Sideshow Alley
Ticketed Dance Events
...and much more