In line with community expectations, the organisers of Chillogan aim to uphold eco-friendly festival practices by:
Banning the use of single-use plastic and disposable coffee cups
Banning the sale of plastic bottled water
Banning the straw
Using only recyclable cups and food containers
Discouraging the use of plastic cutlery
Encouraging the use of bio-degradable food containers
Segregating waste disposal
Remember to bring your own bags to put in all your goodies!
Please click below to dowload a PDF version of our 2019 Festival Map
There is ample free parking on site. (View Map)
Please drive right along Golf Course Drive and park at one of the 6 designated and signed spots.
Nearest Bus Station - Slacks Creek - walk 1.8km via scenic bikeway route. Nearest Rail Station - Loganlea 2km.
No Alcohol permitted to be brought in. This is a fully licensed venue and alcohol may be consumed anywhere within the festival site.
Bags will be checked at the gate.
You are welcome to bring a picnic rug or camp chair to set up "base camp" at the festival.
Chillogan is a family day and as such we have a mix of free and paid activities for the kids. Two great jumping castles are free! Face-painting, animal nursery and pony rides are all at family-friendly prices. This year we'll even have a novelty kids-only water-melon-eating competition.
Watch out for our roaming Mexican wrestlers who love to clown around and are available for free, crazy photo opportunities.
Enter or watch competitors vie for victory in one of our crazy chilli challenges!
Great Balls of Fire
Tequila Sip and Shout
Meet one of the Rebel FM team at the festival and get your pic with the fabulous rock dog mascot!www.rebelfm.com.au
The big-hearted guys from Viking Breed Social Motor Club are popular fixtures at Briz Chilli Fest and were very popular at Chillogan 2018. Once again, they will be there to join in the festivities and show off their rides, as well as auction off a number of pillion rides so you can be VIKING FOR A DAY! Grab a photo with their rides for a gold coin donation throughout the event.
Viking Breed is all about riding and raising money for charity. Got a ride 400CC or higher? Find out about membership on Facebook
Ever wanted to know what it feels like to ride?
Bid at the charity auction for your chance to be one of several pillion passengers with the fellows from Viking Breed and head out on the highway for a 20 minute ride on festival day!
See the gleaming machines and grab a photo with your favourite for a charity gold coin donation.
Maree Field has been training and showing dogs for decades and her skill and passion for what she does shines through in her agility display performances. Her amazing pooches will be showing off some super fun skills and races to the delight of crowds.
Opening the festival will be one of the oldest music clubs in the area (incorporated in 1989). This community-based organisation consists of a bunch of music enthusiasts based around Logan - Beaudesert - Beenleigh. An all-ages membership, they play a mix of country, folk, rock, blues, modern and bluegrass. We aim to encourage musicians to perform and keep alive the appreciation of country music in the area.
If you would like to join our local friendly group or would like more information you are invited to come along and talk to us at our social at Beenleigh RSL at Mt Warren Park. Alternatively you can call our President Mick Wood on 0412 112 975 or our Secretary, David Elsdon on 0407 027 524
The Satriani Tribute kicks off at 7pm - Sean Mullen will be burning up the fretboard with his tribute to Satch. You won't be disappointed. Only the best in the business will attempt to emulate the complex and highly technical pieces written by this legendary US guitarist. www.thesatrianitribute.com.au