Travel to Neverworld

Hever Train Station – Shuttle Bus Service

We advise everyone traveling to the festival on public transport to travel to and from Hever station and take our Hever Station to Neverworld shuttle bus service. Please note that there are limited facilities at Hever Station (no shops, cash machines or toilets)

£5 cash per journey. Please ensure you have cash as there are no cash machines at the station.

The shuttle will run every 15-20 minutes between the following times:

Thurs 2nd Aug: 11:00 to 23:00

Fri 3rd Aug: 11:00 to 23:00

Sat 4th Aug: No Service

Sun 5th Aug: 09:00 to 16:00

Other Train Stations:



Tunbridge Wells

East Grinstead

Taxi companies and estimated journey cost:

Reylon Cars – Edenbridge Town Station – 01732 863800 – £20

Castle Cars – Tonbridge – 01732 363638 – £30

Edenbridge Cars – Edenbridge – 01732 864 009 – £25

East Grinstead Taxis – East Grinstead – 01342 720004 £15

Evo Cars – East Grinstead – 01342 324444 – £15


Neverworld takes place in the ‘Weald of Kent’ a famous cycling area. A secure space to lock your bike will be provided.

The Lost Boys Bike Ride to Neverworld

This year, Green Oil, a natural bike formula lubricant company, are running a bike ride from Tunbridge Wells station to Neverworld. Meet at 3pm at the Bicycle Bakery, Tunbridge Wells for a coffee on Thursday 2nd August. You will get a free bike maintenance lesson; a free short bicycle service courtesy of Green Oil. The ride will start at 4:05pm, a short, fun ride of 12km gets us there around 5pm. Every rider will get a free mini bottle of Green Oil eco friendly lube and Simon from Green Oil will be on hand to tighten brakes, pump up tyres and of course lube you up for a smooth ride to Neverworld.

Sign up here.


Parking at Neverworld costs £10 per car. BOOK MY PARKING NOW!

Please be mindful of the environment and do lift shares where possible.


"This feels like a mini Glastonbury"Annie Mac
"The ultimate party!"NME
"A fantastic unpretentious party vibe"The Guardian
"Lee Denny is the next Michael Eavis"BBC Radio 1