Packing List

Not sure what to bring? Here are our suggestions!

Packing list

Your ticket!

Our beautiful site has terrible phone signal, so please either print out or screenshot your ticket on your phone – it will make things a lot easier when you get to the Gate.

Photo ID

You must bring your photo ID with you, and the name on it must match your ticket (amend this on Quicket if you need to). Upon entry to the event, your ticket will be checked against it. We also assume a duty of care, to ensure that minors are not consuming alcohol, and reserve the right to check if in doubt.

Food And Drink

You must bring all your food and drink for the event, storage for your supplies and any cooking equipment you require. Cooking is allowed in Free Camping, and fires are permitted in raised fire pits only.


We have drinking water taps throughout the site. We recommend bringing a large container to fill up and store at your camp, as well as a smaller bottle to take around with you during the day. Consider bringing a roller or a cart to help transport large water bottles.

Note that the use of non-biodegradable soap and chemicals is not permitted anywhere on site.

Plate / Cutlery / Cup

Theme camps that gift food or drinks will expect you to bring your own plate, bowl or cup. Top Burner Tip: Attach it to yourself with a carabiner – there’s nothing worse than a lost cup!


Our participants bring their own soft drinks and alcoholic beverages as there are no vendors on site. Consider bringing extra to gift to one of our theme camp bars!


Smokers are required to carry and use a portable ashtray and be respectful of other participants. Smoking is forbidden in all enclosed spaces.

Recyclable and Non-Recyclable Bin Liners

Please ensure you bring adequate rubbish and recycling bags. Please take responsibility for your own mess and set a good example to others. See the LBT guidelines for more information.

Cooking Kit

Water receptacles, pots, pans, kettle, biodegradable dish soap, scrubby, portable stove & gas, BBQ, snacks, and storage containers.


Tent, sleeping mat/air mattress
Bedding: sheet/duvet OR sleeping bag; pillows/pillowcases
Things to decorate or theme your personal space with.


Your standard toiletries – toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, shampoo, lip moisturiser, condoms, period products, prescription medication, contact lenses, toilet rolls, sunscreen, towels, first aid kit.

Remember all soaps you use on site must be biodegradable – this includes your toothpaste! If you choose to bring wet wipes, they must be disposed of with general rubbish. Consider reusable period products, such as a mooncup.


It can get cold at night – but can also be hot during the day with occasional rain and resulting mud.

Coats/jackets/gloves – decorative and protective
Hats & sunglasses – decorative and protective
Rain gear/ Wellington Boots
A bag to cart all your stuff around during the day

Any other fun costume items!

A torch or head lamp is a minimum requirement to make you visible at night. Other items may include el-wire, blinky flashers, glow bling, etc



Including but not nearly limited to: skills and services; memorabilia items; food and drink; art; music

Other Useful Items

Umbrellas; foam ear plugs; torches/lanterns; camp chairs/inflatable furniture/hammocks; battery packs to power electronics; utility belts/bumbags, solar powered lights.


Anything illegal

While Nest may feel like a magical wonderland, the laws of the land still apply here: if it’s illegal in the default world, don’t bring it to Nest.


At the request of the landowner, pets are not permitted at Burning Nest.


Please do not bring fireworks, drones, bikes, or scooters/e-scooters unless part of an approved project.