Family Fest is based at The Meadows, Julian's Road, Wimborne, Dorset, BH21 3DH.
Family Fest is in the heart of the Wimborne countryside and we have a selection of different modes of transport that you can get directly to the festival site with. If you have any questions, contact us or use our live chat feature and one of the team will get in touch and be happy to help.
Travel by bus
morebus provides bus services in and around the Wimborne area from Poole and Bournemouth with some routes providing access to the festival site while others stop in Wimborne Square (a 10 to 15-minute walk). Route 3 & 4, alight at Julian's Road, from Broadstone, Corfe Mullen & Poole. Route 13, alight at Wimborne Square*, from Colehill, Parley Cross and Bournemouth.
Yellow Buses provides bus services to Wimborne Square from Bournemouth (a 10-15 minute walk). Route 6, alight at Wimborne Square*, from Merley, Bearwood, Wallisdown & Bournemouth.
*Please note that there is no footpath on Julian's Bridge.
Travel by walking & cycling
If you can, we recommend walking or cycling to the event site; not only is it healthier, but it is also greener. Corfe Mullen, Bearwood, Canford Magna, Colehill and Broadstone are all close and have easily accessible routes into the event site.
Do you live or are you staying in Bournemouth or Poole? Hire a Beryl bike at the all-day rate and leave it at the festival site while you walk around and then ride home or back to your accommodation after.
Travel by car
On-site, we have limited free parking available from 11am to 7pm on Saturday and 11am to 7pm Sunday. If the car park is full, alternative parking is available in Wimborne which is around a 10 to 15-minute walk from the festival site with bus services available (see above).
Please do not park on the main B3078, Find us at: The Meadows, Julian's Road, B3078, Wimborne, BH21 3DH
Travel by train
The nearest train stations are either Bournemouth or Poole with direct bus routes into Wimborne. For more information and booking trains please contact one of the following:
South West Trains