Event

What is Greek Island?

Greek Island is a 3-day holiday festival on Clark Island from Friday 8 April to Sunday 10 April 2022 showcasing an epic line up of Greek cuisine, imported wine, beer, spirits and bespoke cocktail bars.

Tourists will also be able to discover Mt Olympus for live Greek music and dancing, Santorini Spa for total relaxation or head to the Mykonos seaside stage to party with some of Australia’s best DJs.

Is Greek Island a licensed event?

Greek Island is a fully licensed event. All patrons must be minimum 18+ years of age to enter.

Can I BYO alcohol into Greek Island?

Greek Island is a fully licensed event. BYO alcohol is not permitted.

Can I BYO food into Greek Island?

BYO food is not permitted.

What can I bring in to Greek Island?

The below items are permitted:

  • Picnic rugs
  • Hats
  • Sunglasses
  • Poncho
  • Gumboots
  • Umbrella
  • Sunscreen
  • Sealed plastic clear water bottle up to 1.5L
  • Empty water bottles / keep cups
  • Good vibes

What can't I bring in to Greek Island?

The below are not permitted.

Note, There will be a security check at the wharf and prohibited items will be confiscated. Greek Island does not take any responsibility for confiscated items.

  • Professional camera
  • Glass
  • Kids (this is an 18+ event)
  • Any alcoholic beverages
  • Metal Cutlery
  • Large backpacks
  • Esky
  • Food
  • Pets
  • Drugs and illicit substances
  • Weapons
  • Tables
  • Chairs of any kind
  • Bean bags
  • Tents
  • Skateboards, roller blades, roller skates

Can I bring the kids to Greek Island?

This is an over 18’s only event.  Leave the kids at home and enjoy your Island holiday!

Can I bring my pets to Greek Island?

Only trained assistance animals such as guide dogs will be allowed onto the island. Please contact us prior to the event.

Can I smoke cigarettes on Greek Island?

No. Clark Island is a national park and there is no smoking allowed anywhere on the island.

Can I have a swim in the harbour while at Wine Island?

There is a no swimming policy on Clark Island with Sydney Harbour being operational during the event.

What happens if there's bad weather?

Greek Island is an outdoor event and will proceed rain, hail or (no) shine.

Like any holiday destination, the island location can be affected by the weather conditions so come prepared with wet weather gear, raincoats, ponchos and/or umbrellas and (of course) a good attitude.

If the weather is deemed to be dangerous, we will communicate to all ticket purchasers on next steps.

Is there disabled access at Greek Island?

Due to structural limitations on Clark Island wharf, an accessibility option to permit wheelchair use on the island is not possible as advised by National Parks & Wildlife Services.

We understand that there are unique circumstances for each person and we handle each enquiry on a case-by-case basis so please contact us so we can assist.

Will there be First Aid available at Greek Island?

Yes. First Aid will be located on the Island.

Are there pass outs available?

There are no pass outs at Greek Island 2022.

Do store holders accept cash?

No. Greek Island is a cashless event.

COVID-19

What is Greek Island's position with a COVID safe plan?

The COVID-19 situation in Australia continues to evolve and Mushroom Group, Frontier Touring & Blackbetty Productions anticipates Government and Health Authority requirements will continue to change.

As the promoter, we must consider stipulations from Government, Health Authorities, Artists and Venues in determining the COVID Safe measures for each Event.

These requirements may include, but not be limited to, proof of vaccination, QR code check-in, social distancing, mask wearing and/or other measures.  You will need to comply with these requirements in order to attend Illusive Presents events and will be kept up to date with developments in the lead-up to the tour.

You agree to follow Event policies (including health and safety policies) and COVID Safe measures and instructions while at the Event.

COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. There is an inherent and elevated risk of exposure to COVID-19 in any public place or place where people are present and there is no guarantee, express or implied, that those attending an Event will not be exposed to COVID-19.  You should evaluate Your risk in determining whether to attend the Event. By entering the Event, You voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.

Tickets

Where can I purchase my Greek Island ticket?

The official ticketing agency for Greek Island 2022 is Moshtix.

Any tickets purchased from avenues outside of the Moshtix platform is at the purchasers risk.

I've bought my ticket. When do I get my wristband?

Your wristband will be handed out at the ferry check-in upon receipt of your valid ticket.

Can I request a refund on my Greek Island 2022 ticket?

Unless the event is cancelled or postponed by the Promoter, all tickets purchased are non-refundable.

Transport

How do I get to Greek Island?

A scheduled return ferry charter between King St Wharf 8/9 to Clark Island will pick you up and return you for your booked session.

The Greek Island return charter ferry is included as part of your Greek Island ticket.

Can I purchase alcohol on the ferry ride to / from Greek Island?

There will not be any alcohol for sale on the ferry to and/or from Clark Island however Island guests will receive a welcome drink in their own Greek Island tumbler for the journey to Greek Island – be sure to keep this tumbler as it’s your glass for the day, and beyond.

PLEASE NOTE: Alcohol is not allowed to be consumed on the return ferry trip. Any opened bottles will be confiscated so please keep a lid on it.

Can I leave Greek Island before my session finishes?

You are more than welcome to contact a water taxi service to depart the island earlier.  This will be at the ticket holders own expense.

Can I sail my personally owned boat / vessel to Greek Island?

Yes, you may arrive and depart the island via your own vessel however you MUST give way to the ferries. Your vessel must also be under 50 tonnes and 20m in length otherwise it will not be permitted.

Please also note that by arriving in your own vessel you will forego the welcome drink provided on the ferries to Greek Island.