Everyone loves a good festival, but nowadays there’s 1000’s to choose from.
There’s something really special about have a boogie with your mates, in the great outdoors
So we at Speaker TV have compiled a list of our TOP four less-known festivals, that are held in gorgeous locations.


Paradise Music Festival


What: Paradise Music Festival is a three-day music, camping and BYO festival held at Lake Mountain Alpine Resort on the cusp of summer. Paradise is defined by its well-curated all Australian lineup and a striking mountaintop landscape. It hosts two stages that define the Paradise experience; a lush grass amphitheater to be enjoyed during the day, and a lux indoor club for when the sun’s gone down.

Where: Paradise will again be held at the enigmatic location it has become known for, amidst the Victorian alpine forest, at Lake Mountain Alpine Resort. Close to Marysville, the festival site has overlooking views of the Victorian Alps and Great Dividing Range.

When: 27-29th Nov 2015
How Much: Current round is $175+BF
Tix (Here), Website (Here)


Strawberry Fields

What: This boutique three-day festival is truly one of the shining jewels in the Australian festival crown. One of the best niche festival experiences Australia has to offer… delivering a lineup that highlighted the scarily deep pool of homegrown talent in our music scene. With a lineup skewed towards electronica, and dance, it’s definitely one huge party.

Where: Located just over the New South Wales border next to the Murray river, Strawberry Fields delivers three days of complete escapism.

When: 20-22 November 2015
How Much:
Tix (Here), Website (Here)


Party In The Paddock

What: Keeping things very roots, the lineup is equipped with local talent from around the nation, and supporting homegrown talent, they also have their “Legend Hunt” which calls for any Tassie band to submit their music, the winners scoring a slot on Party In The Paddock’s lineup for 2015.

Where: Burns Creek, Tasmania

When: Feb 19-20 2016
How Much:
Tix (Here), Website (Here)


The Hills Are Alive


What: A three-day, two-night boutique camping and music gathering set in the beautifully picturesque rolling hills of South Gippsland (90mins drive from Melbourne). It takes place on an unbelievably beautiful site and is all about getting great people together to enjoy amazing live music in an awesome location. Good vibes. Good times

Where: Gippsland of East Victoria
When: 3pm Friday 27th March to 4pm Sunday 29th March.
How Much: 
Sold Out- Jump on it for next year!
To celebrate good vibes, great people, excellent music and a stunning landscape. A chance to step out of the rat race and into your groove shoes. There are no egos out here. This is a gathering of ‘friends of friends’.
Website (Here)