Wintermoon Festival Waterhole swimming
Having a swim is just one of the many things to do OTHER than listen to great music across the Wintermoon Festival weekend.
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  • John Nayler over 1 year ago
    Plenty of water for a bit, and just a bit cool until you adjust. Sun yourself on the rocks after. NO DIVING ... much better to bring a tyre or little inflatable boat. Got them at Reject Shop?
  • TinaEFish over 1 year ago
    it looks a bit rocky John, I take it there will be enough water for a dip? I've been trying to talk one of the girls at work into going, I would have thought it would be right up her alley. She is from up north and apparently festivals up there are more for head bangers than family and I have emphasised to her that wintermoon is not like that.
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