Gympie Music Muster 2015, Aidan Boxsell is hoping to cash in on the leftover beer tickets.
Gympie Music Muster 2015, Aidan Boxsell is hoping to cash in on the leftover beer tickets. Jason Dougherty

Buses to muster music festival patrons

WANT to visit the Gympie Music Muster but not have the hassle of camping or a long drive home?

The solution is simple. Hop on the bus.

The Muster has just announced it will help patrons join in the spirit of the event while freeing themselves of travel worries with an all-inclusive festival package which includes a day pass and a return bus ticket to the event from August 25 to 28.

Starting from just $120, patrons will have single day access to the Gympie Music Muster with return travel included. Tickets are available for the whole family ranging from seniors to children's packages. 

Two family-friendly buses will service areas including: Caloundra, Nambour, Maroochydore, Noosa, Wide Bay, Bundaberg, Maryborough and Tiaro.  

Be quick as bus seating is limited and tickets will sell out fast. To purchase a ticket including the bus service visit www.muster.com.au/tickets/buy-tickets and scroll down to the bus + festival ticket options. 

Morning services will run over the Muster weekend departing from 6:15am - 8:20am. Return bus services from the Muster site will depart on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday nights.


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