Where’s the Fun (WTF) Guide?

The WTF Guide helps particpants navigate and find activities at our amazing event!

Submissions for the printed Blazing Swan . WTF guide open from 1st December 2019 to 1st February 2020
Submissions for a new digital version of the WTF guide will continue through to the 16th February 2020.

This year the Where’s the Fun Guide entries are being managed by the Blazing Swan Comms Team.

We will do our best to ensure your Blazing Swan activity entries make the guide, so to assist us in this, please try and keep all your activities to a well thought out character count so we can try and fit them all in.

The WTF isn’t just about Theme Camp activities, art installations will be featured in the guide too. Pop up event entries are welcome, but Theme Camps and Art entries will be prioritised.

As you can imagine there are a lot of Theme Camps genrously gifting many events, parades and activites, as well as many artists gifting their installations. As a result we cannot absolutely guarantee your activity will make the WTF… but we’ll do our best. On the form you’ll also find a ‘highlight activity’ box – which will help priority listings in the guide.

Once submitted, the form will also be sent to you so you can re-edit the entry up untill we close the form on the 1st February 2020.

If you have any questions, please email your questions to comms(at)blazingswan.com.au

Most Theme camps will host 2-4 big nights (so they can enjoy parties at others camps as well).

We encourage Theme Camps to create a Facebook page or group and you might consider creating an event for any activities you’re running. These are great ways to attract attendees and engage with your fellow Blazers, attract new members and even coordinate your camp.

To advertise your camp or event, you may publicise your plans through:

But just to note – any events posted must meet our Social Media Rules/ Community Standards.

When advertising at Jilakin Rock City, please remember that flyers and stickers are an unintentional cause of MOOP problems. Because we are committed to ‘Leave No Trace’, blackboards or body stamps are a more practical option.

Photo: Christian Clowes