GETTING THERE

GETTING TO ELIZABETH QUAY & WHAT TO DO IN WA

Getting to Elizabeth Quay

The Elizabeth Quay site for Arcadia Australia is located between The Esplanade and Geoffrey Bolton Avenue, a short walk from the Perth CBD and easily accessible via Elizabeth Quay Train Station, Busport, and the Barrack Street Jetty.

Public Transport

TRAINS

Plan your journey HERE. 

CAT BUSES

There is a free blue CAT bus that runs directly to Elizabeth Quay – timetable available HERE.

*Please check road closures closer to the date.

FERRY

Transperth operates regular ferry services between Elizabeth Quay and Mends Street Jetty (South Perth) – timetable available HERE.

Parking

We highly recommend travelling to Elizabeth Quay via public transport as parking will be limited due to the large inflow of people, however, options nearby include:

Concert Hall: entry Terrace Road (CPP)

Convention Centre: entry 21 Mounts Bay Road and Mitchell Freeway (CPP)

Council House: entry 27 St George’s Terrace (CPP)

Terrace Road: entry Terrace Road (CPP)

The Quadrant: entry Mounts Bay Road (WP)

Central Park: entry St Georges Terrace, east bound (WP)

Point Fraser: entry 1 Riverside Drive (CPP)

Visit City of Perth Parking (CPP) or Wilson Parking (WP) for information on rates, opening hours and available bays at each of these car parks.

U18 Pick Up Zone

There will be a designated drop off/pick up zone for the under 18 Sunday show. More information will be released closer to the event. Check back soon.

VISITING WESTERN AUSTRALIA

Getting to Perth

Don’t live in Perth but still want to attend this Australian first spectacular? Virgin Australia Holidays are offering travel packages to Arcadia from all over Australia!

Click here to book your flight, accommodation and tickets in one easy transaction.

Things to do in Perth

Not only is Perth delivering its people a 50-tonne fire breathing spider – it’s also home to beautiful white sandy beaches, natural bushland, world-class wineries and spectacular ocean sunsets. We are the sunniest state capital, so why not immerse yourself in all that WA has to offer!

Lancaster Winery_Swan Valley

Swan Valley

Parker Point - Rottnest

Rottnest Island

Fishing Boat Harbour Fremantle

Discover Fremantle

Relaxing in Kings Park & Botanic Garden, one of the world's largest inner city parks, Perth_TOURISM WA IMAGE

Kings Park

EXPLORE MORE OF WA

Western Australia is full of extraordinary experiences. From the 350-million-year old Bungle Bungle Range in the Kimberley region to the Ningaloo Reef, one of the few places on Earth you can swim with whale sharks – the gentle giants of the sea.

Some experiences are just a couple of hours drive from Perth. Head south and you can find yourself in one of Australia’s premium wine regions – the Margaret River Wine Region. Or head north along the coast to visit Nambung National Park, home to the Pinnacles – eerie limestone spires that have formed over millions of years.

Start planning your trip at westernaustralia.com.