The FREE Schoolies Festival™ Bus Service, supported by THINK! Road Safety will ensure that your transport is sorted for the weekend.
Your travel down to Victor Harbor from Adelaide on the Friday and back on the Monday is sorted.
Click here to book your seat on the FREE Schoolies Festival Bus Service, supported by THINK! Road Safety.
Across the weekend, with your Schoolies Festival™ wristband you will have unlimited access to the FREE Schoolies Festival™ Bus Service, supported by THINK! Road Safety from 7:00 pm to 2:00 am on Friday, Saturday and Sunday night of Schoolies Festival™.
Your Schoolies Festival™ Checklist
→ Always stick with at least one person that you trust.
→ Save the address of where you are staying in your phone
→ Look after your mates.
→ Stay hydrated – drink plenty of water
→ Check out our packing list below!
→ Read through the House Rules of where you are staying, and make sure you understand your responsibilities.
→ Pre-plan your meals
Warm clothes → Even though it’s nearly summer it can still become icy cold at night, so bring plenty of warm gear. If you’re camping, don’t forget your sleeping bag, a torch and plenty of warm and waterproof clothing. Don’t forget clean undies!
Dollars → Plan to save enough money for the 3 days, perhaps draw up a budget and think about your accommodation, travel and food. All up, this can be a lot of money so start saving now. ATM’s are available so limit the amount of cash you bring with you to be safe!
Food → Be prepared and organise food with your friends.
Phone charger → A fully charged phone means you can always call for help from friends or family.
Dress up Themes → Each night there will be a party costume theme, so get involved and join in the fun!
Leave it at Home!
Alcohol → Have you considered leaving the alcohol at home? Victor Harbor has plenty of fun activities on offer in order to help you celebrate with your friends. Plus, your bank account may thank you later!
Glass → This includes all types of glass and not just alcohol bottles. Broken glass can seriously injure people and wildlife.
Graffiti → Some people think it’s fun to ‘paint the town red’ and graffiti public or private property during the weekend. This is ILLEGAL. While graffiti is a cool art form not everybody appreciates your art on their stuff, so please leave the cans at home.
Knives or weapons → Don’t bring anything that could be considered by police or others to be dangerous.
Valuables → If you would be sad if you lost it, don’t bring it!