The festival will be held at Fremantle Park, which is bordered by Ellen, Ord and Parry Streets and is close to the city centre of Fremantle.
Fremantle Park is a 10 minute stroll from the Fremantle Train station.
Fremantle is also just a 20 minute drive from the centre of Perth, Western Australia and is situated at the mouth of the Swan River.
The best way to get to the festival is by train.
Remember, public transport to and from the festival is included in your ticket price.
Further information regarding the special event transport services can be obtained by contacting the Transperth Info Line on 13 62 13 (TTY: 9428 1999) or by visiting the Transperth website closer to the event.
Whether you live on the other side of Perth, down south or right near Freo, car-pooling may be your answer. Car pooling makes parking easier, minimises the environmental impact, saves fuel, and gives you the chance to play festival tunes in the car so you can sing along and get into full festival spirit!
Please, please, please don’t drink and drive! We want you to enjoy yourself and to get home safely. Take a train or bus, get dropped off or arrange a skipper, but please don’t drive to the festival if you are planning to drink.
Also please remember that street drinking is illegal and the Police will be handing out fines to people who are doing the wrong thing. So while you’re waiting to get in, why not turn to the person next to you and make a new friend, and save the drinking for once you’re inside the licensed area.
If you are driving to the festival, then we recommend you use one of the following car parks:
Beach Street car park – 296 spaces
Point Street car park – 296 spaces
Parry Street car park – 172 spaces
Queensgate car park – 850 spaces
Fremantle Prison car park – 98 spaces
John Curtin College of the Arts – $10 per vehicle. Access is from the Vale Street entrance (oval side of the College). The car park will be locked 30 minutes after the last act finishes. Please do not park in the Ellen Street (front of College) side of the car park, or you will not be able to get your vehicles out at the end of the night.
East Fremantle Primary – $10 per vehicle (this provides a car parking spot for the duration of the concert, from one hour before until one hour after the event).
There is strictly no parking around Fremantle Park for festival patrons – please use one of the car parks recommended above.
We recommend you use the free Fremantle CAT buses which complete a circuit around the city of Fremantle. Park a little further away (where there are more parking spaces) and catch the free CAT bus to the festival. You can find further information here.