How will I access my business or residence located in the CBD?

We are working through an accreditation process to determine the access needs of residents and businesses within the designated CBD event precinct to ensure that there is as minimal impact as possible. Following this accreditation we will develop a Business and Resident Access Plan, which will be communicated to stakeholders and the community.

What benefits will Rockynats bring to the Rockhampton Region?

With over 80% of the entrants and cars coming from outside the region, this event will bring a huge economic benefit to the region. Rockhampton will be buzzing with activity and people over the three days. 

Will there be a 'Park and Ride' option?

Yes, a program is being developed for a Park and Ride, and will be available as part of the event program.

How can I best leverage from the event with my business?

Rockhampton Regional Council supports and encourages businesses to plan to be open and trade throughout Rockynats. This is a great opportunity to promote deals and run competitions. The Advance Rockhampton team we will work with you to promote any activities associated with Rockynats.

Please email rockynats@rrc.qld.gov.au with any promotions aligned with Rockynats that your business has planned. 

Will there be alternative parking options?

Yes, all parking restrictions within the CBD will be relaxed during the event dates. A program for Park and Ride is also being developed.

Can I volunteer to help at the event?

Yes we are currently seeking expressions of interest from volunteers. Click here for more information. 

Need further help?

If you have been unable to find the answers to your questions, relating specifically to the CBD, please contact Rockhampton Regional Council's Centres Activation Coordinator on 4932 9000 or email rockynats@rrc.qld.gov.au