Come and live with us for the lead up to Eden Festival

We are putting the community back into music festivals by inviting our attendees to come and live with us at the Darwin River Tavern for the week leading up to the festival.

Eden Festival is located right in the heart of the Northern Territory, so there are tons of exciting things to do while you’re staying with us.

On site there is a swimming pool, bar, restaurant, pool tables, supermarket, bottle shop as well as an authentic NT animal sanctuary.

 In the local area there are hot springs, treks, national parks, lakes, and waterfalls which are all open to the public. See the bottom section of this page for a few examples of places you can visit.

Join our community and get to know your fellow festival goers

The best part? This opportunity to come and live with us is completely free of charge if you are joining us at Eden Festival.

Reserve your space by emailing us with your arrival date and a copy of your festival ticket to or give us a call on 08 8988 6044.




Volunteering Opportunities

If you'd also like to sign off a few of your 88 day farm work days on the lead up to Eden Festival, we are looking for:

If you have a different skill that you think we could use that isn’t on our list, let us know via email.


Litchfield National Park

Whether you like viewing natural wildlife, swimming in waterfalls, or exploring lost cities, Litchfield National Park has it all.

Inside Litchfield National Park you have:

The Lost City   |   Buley Rockhole   |   Florence Falls Waterhole   |   Magnetic Termite Mounds   |   Bamboo Creek Tin Mine  |   Wangi Falls   |   Tolmer Falls   |   Tjaetaba Falls   |   Surprise Creek Falls   |   Walker Creek   |   Sandy Creek   |   Tabletop Track Bushwalk

Berry Springs Nature Park

Berry Springs Nature Park is where you can enjoy a refreshing swim and a BBQ. A great place to unwind after spending a day at the Territory Wildlife Park

Kakadu National Park

Kakadu is a timeless place and one of Australia’s largest national parks. It has been home to Aboriginal people for more than 65,000 years.

Edith Falls

Edith Falls is located within the pristine Nitmiluk National Park (Katherine Gorge). Enjoy swimming in the paperbark and pandanus fringed natural pool at the base of the falls most of the year, or check out the upper pools via a moderate uphill walk. The area is great for bushwalking with numerous trails surrounding.

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