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Your photos of WayHome

The first ever WayHome music festival is a wrap. Three blissful days and nights of live music, food, booze, art, camping and all around good times is now in the rear view mirror as Burl's Creek returns to its former state of peace and quiet until next July.

We asked our followers on Instagram to tag their photos of WayHome and from the submissions we've rounded up some of our favourites below. Check out the whole gallery here.

THE MUSIC

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Brave Shores by @dailycitytrain

Alt J

alt-J by @dailycitytrain

Hozier

Hozier by @ongoingmixtape

Modest Mouse

Modest Mouse by @jayguurl

Sam Smith

Sam Smith by @sachilpatel

The Lone Bellow

The Lone Bellow by @sarahafactor

G-Eazy

G-Eazy by @taylorzayak

Run the Jewels

Run the Jewels by @taylorzayak

Hozier 2

Hozier by @simihendrix

THE VENUE

Wayhome grounds

WayHome grounds by @sarahpsmart

Wayhome Grounds 2

WayHome grounds by @haylsgotinsta

Wayhome Grounds 3

WayHome grounds by @tmrcollection

THE FOOD

Pork Belly Sandwich

Pork Belly Sandwich from Fit to Grill by @betterusebutter

Salmon Ceviche

Salmon ceviche with avocado, citrus crema and chips from The Drake Hotel by @tofoodies

THE ART

Soon

Soon sign by @marleybianca

THE CAMPING

Camping

Aerial view by @luckingeric

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Camping fun by @staistreet

Top photo of St. Vincent by @dailycitytrain

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