HOW TO PARTY SAFE
- STAY HYDRATED
- SEEK HELP
- BE KIND TO OTHERS
- DON’T ACCEPT INAPPROPRIATE BEHAVIOUR
Spilt Milk is a summers day festival which can get hot, so it’s important to stay hydrated. You can grab free water from any bar and the multiple drinking stations around the site. You can BYO drink bottle as long as it isn’t glass or metal and is empty when you enter.
Spilt Milk is an amazing day full of music, food and good vibes and we want everyone to party as safe as possible.
The Spilt Milk community should always look out for one another. It’s important to know what to look for – fluctuating body temperature, collapse, fitting, vomiting, altered state of mind, rapid breathing, sweating, difficulty communicating, unconsciousness or simply feeling unwell. If you or a friend exhibit these signs – head to first aid to get help as soon as possible. Spilt Milk has highly trained medical personnel who offer CONFIDENTIAL and JUDGEMENT FREE HELP.
BE KIND TO OTHERS
If you see somebody in the festival grounds you suspect could be in trouble, physically or emotionally, don’t keep walking: look out for your mates (even those you haven’t met yet).
- Stop and ask if the person is ok
- Don’t leave a person in distress alone at any time
- Send a passer-by for assistance if required
- Do not move a person who is physically injured
- Calmly reassure the person until help arrives
The loving kindness from a new friend can make a world of difference when experiencing difficult circumstances
DON’T ACCEPT INAPPROPRIATE BEHAVIOUR
Spilt Milk has a ZERO TOLERANCE policy when it comes to sexual harassment, physical assault, antisocial or violent behaviour, or any other forms of inappropriate behaviour.
If you see someone engaging in any of this behaviour, alert any nearby staff or security member. We reserve the right to remove any person from the festival grounds if they are behaving in an offensive manner.
If someone is experiencing antisocial behaviour or appears to be in an uncomfortable situation, show them your support or ask them if they’re OK, if you’re comfortable to. If you or someone you know experience any negative behaviour, don’t hesitate to speak to staff or security or text The Good Vibes Hotline.
Everyone deserves to feel safe and comfortable at all times, inside and outside of the festival.