WHAT TO BRING
With up to 80 people carving away we do ask that you either bring your own tools or source them on site. There will be tools available to purchase on the day, or beforehand on our webstore.
All meals, including breakfast, lunch and dinner will be provided by our fantastic hosts at Cuppacumbalong. Please let us know if you are gluten free or vegetarian. If you have any other special dietary requirements then please let us know and we'll try our best to accommodate them.
You Spoon Jam ticket also includes free onsite BYO camping for tents, caravans, motorhomes etc. If camping isn't your cup of tea then Cuppacumbalong offer fantastic comfortable accommodation at the homestead or in glamping style bell tents with real beds. Any accommodation beyond BYO camping needs to be booked separately through the Cuppacumbalong website.
The weather is generally beautiful and warm at this time of year, and we will all be carving in spaces sheltered from the elements, but it's still a good idea to bring a coat and warm top if things go unseasonably cold! As for other clobber, please wear closed top shoes and sensible clothing during workshop hours.
Please absolutely no pets on site, and alcohol only after tools down. Thanks :)