28 Sept to 2 Oct 2023
Big Skies Festival is back in 2023, with a line-up of legendary Australian artists.
The location… well that’s a star in itself, the stunningly grand grounds of Jimbour House set against the big skies of the Western Downs, Queensland (20 minutes from Dalby).
Beyond the two days of live music on the main stage experience regional bus tours, the long lunch or sunset dinner, chill out at happy hour at the hangar, sit by the fire at the camp kitchen or take a tour inside Jimbour House.
Big Skies is headlined by some of the biggest names to come from Australian music with supporting acts featuring local Western Downs talent. Full line-up announced 22 June.
Jimbour House tours are an iconic part of the Big Skies program offering the opportunity to see the history and hear the tales of Jimbour House first hand.
Hop aboard a festival bus tours with one of our local guides and you’ll be on a journey to some of our favourite locations around the Western Downs.
When a hearty meal is in order head to the Camp Kitchen for breakfast or at dinner when live music is playing and the bonfire is raging.
The talented people at Nosferatu Distillery can lay claim to making the “Best Gin Bottle in Australia” and we’re giving you the opportunity to do a masterclass with their distiller at Big Skies!
SOLD OUT – Indulge in an exquisite grazing menu in the grounds of Jimbour House under the Jacaranda trees, sipping champagne and hearing special guest Jimbour House’s custodian David Russell.
SOLD OUT – A culinary journey set to the backdrop of Jimbour House under the night sky. Enjoy drinks and a mouth-watering grazing menu with special guest David Russell the custodian of Jimbour
Join us in camp kitchen Sunday morning for free entertainment by popular bush poet Gary Fogarty.
Return transfers are available from Dalby to the Festival on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Explore the sights, tastes and unique experiences of the Western Downs. It’s the people that make it in this region so stop in at a Visitor Information Centre to get the insight from a local.