Staged on the banks of stunning Lake Kununurra, the ‘Moon’ is the biggest party of the year. In 2020, the Aviair HeliSpirit Kimberley Moon Experience will be taking place on the first weekend of the festival (Saturday, May 16) rather than the second.
It’s a great vibe and a wonderful community event with about one-third of the guests coming from within the region, mixing up with visitors from all over Australia.
Tickets are on sale now! You have three options to choose from:
General Admission: $110pp (purchase by December 31) $120pp (purchase in 2020)
General admission is open to everyone including kids and families. Guests are welcome to bring their own chairs, picnic rug, and catering, or food and beverage will be available for purchase on site. Choose to sit back and chill or dance the night away – the choice is yours.
Garden Bar: $160pp (purchase by December 31) $170 (purchase in 2020)
If you’re not in the mood for BYO then the Garden Bar is perfect for you. Your first two drinks are free and after that you have access to buy drinks at the bar. You also have easy access to the ‘mosh-pit’ for some toe-tapping on the dance floor and to General Admission to visit friends and grab yourself a bite to eat. It’s a licensed area and restricted to 18 years and over so no kids allowed.
Kimberley Fine Diamonds Dinner: $470pp (purchase by December 31) $480pp (purchase in 2020)
There’s something very special about a night of fine dining and live entertainment with the stunning Kimberley landscape as your backdrop. The exclusive Kimberley Fine Diamonds Dinner is the perfect … no … the most divine way to enjoy the Moon. It’s also a wonderful way to mix and mingle with local industry leaders, dignitaries and invited guests from all over Australia
The evening begins with champagne and canapes before being seated for a delicious three-course dinner. Western Australian wines, premium beers and spirits are available night long and when you are ready to kick up your heels, make your way to the private dance floor or mix it up in General Admission and the Garden Bar areas. It’s an 18+ area so no kids allowed.
Image: Ben Broady