Let Them Eat Cake NYD 2017

Let Them Eat Cake returns to the pristine lawns of Werribee Mansion for New Years Day 2017. ALL BUSES NOW FULL.

Melbourne on the Move is offering direct “Let Them Eat Cake” coach transfers from the City to and from Werribee Park on Sunday 1st January 2017. This service must be pre-booked.

We have 2 departure times of 11.30am and 1.00pm from Federation Square, (corner of Flinders and Russell Streets, opposite Forum Theatre).  Returning ½ hour after the event has finished, or if there are enough patrons wishing to leave earlier this may be possible, coaches will depart from where they dropped you off.

Coaches will be either large 47-50 seaters coaches or minibuses seating 24 (depending on numbers).

MOTM take a mobile number from each booking so that passengers are contactable on the day. Whilst every effort is made to locate you, should you not be at your designated pick up point at the correct time, MOTM reserves the right to depart as per scheduled times.

One-way fares are possible but unfortunately must be charged at full rate.

Pickup Points


Corner of Flinders and Russell Streets (opposite Forum Theatre) (View Map)
Pickup 11.30, 13.00
Adult: AUD$48.00
Child tickets unavailable

Let Them Eat Cake is back, with cutting edge kudos, razor-sharp style and a penchant for the arts of hedonism. Now in its fifth year, and after selling out in 2016, Australia’s leading boutique electronic music festival is set to breeze into 2017 from the heart of the sublime gardens at Werribee Mansion, the shiniest jewel in a very stately crown.

Increasingly inspired by function and form, Let Them Eat Cake is a discerning affair, played out within an astute aesthetic. With its carefully constructed feel, abstract architecture and futuristic sound, New Year’s Day 2017 promises not to disappoint, an adventure deep into a utopian imagining of the limbic senses.

At its apex, Cake is about an uncompromising attention to detail, a handcrafted lineup of international and local talent, and a surprising palette of food and art. A commentary on design aesthetics paired with an intelligent, minimalist celebration of electronica, Cake has become greater than its parts, each element coalescing to create a spatial dimension that is both lavish and cultivated, ephemeral yet enduring.

Like the Buddhist Mandala, its beauty lies in the effort of creation which seemingly surpasses its use of only one perfect day.


Alex Niggemann
Dusky Edit
Shanti Celeste



Fare Includes

Transport to and from Werribee Mansion


For prices view pickup point information.

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