Highway to Hell

GETTING THERE & ROAD CLOSURE INFO

IMPORTANT THINGS TO NOTE

  • If you live locally, we suggest walking or cycling to Canning Highway to set up a spot
  • Pack lightly, expect to possibly walk some distance and allow plenty of time to get to the event
  • This is not a licensed event so BYO is not permitted. There will be a variety of hospitality options available along the route.
  • Be patient when walking, cycling, driving or using public transport
  • Each key event zone will have bike lock areas
  • If you choose to drive, street parking in the area will be available subject to normal conditions. A number of overflow parking areas are within walking distance from Canning Highway. We strongly encourage carpooling. Please be considerate of driveways and required access when parking your car in other areas. Any vehicle blocking driveways or obstructing traffic flow will be towed.
  • Alternatively, useTransperth. Free shuttle buses will be operating from Bull Creek Train Station, Fremantle Train Station and a park and ride location at Murdoch University.
    For more information visit transperth.wa.gov.au
  • If you're considering ride share there is an exclusion zone of two blocks either side of the Canning Highway
  • Please use Transperth’s JourneyPlanner for the latest information before you travel. For more information, call 13 62 13 (TIS: 13 14 50). Hearing or speech impaired? Call via NRS 133 677 and ask for 13 62 13.

ROAD CLOSURE INFORMATION

Canning Highway from Canning Bridge, Applecross to Queen Victoria Street, Fremantle and one block back along the route will be closed to traffic from 1pm and will reopen in sections by 11pm.

Key sections of the highway and surrounding area will remain open:

  • Leach Highway and South Street will remain open. 
  • Key crossroads at Reynolds Road, Riseley Street, Stock Road and Petra Street will remain open for the duration of the event, allowing traffic to flow south/north across Canning Highway
  • Stirling Highway and Queen Victoria Street traffic bridges will remain open for the duration of the event, allowing traffic to flow south/north across the bridges
  • Access from Kintail Road to Canning Bridge freeway north entrance will remain open for the duration of the event, allowing traffic to flow to Applecross to freeway north

The above road closures will also cause significant impacts to Transperth services.
For more information, see Service Disruptions.

READ THE FAQs

If you've got a question about the event please check the FAQs here.

HOW DO I GET TO THE CANNING BRIDGE ZONE?

If you live locally, we suggest walking or cycling to Canning Highway to set up a spot.

If you choose to drive, there will be some street parking. This is subject to availability on a first-come-first-served basis.

If you choose to take public transport, catch the train to Canning Bridge Station and take the short walk down Canning Highway.

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HOW DO I GET TO THE TOMPKINS PARK ZONE?

If you live locally, we suggest walking or cycling to Canning Highway to set up a spot

If you choose to drive, park at Murdoch University, then catch a free shuttle bus to Wireless Hill followed by a short walk to Tompkins Park. The University will serve as a park and ride facility for the event. 

There will be some street and overflow parking at Marmion Reserve, Marmion Street, Melville and Len Shearer Reserve, cnr Marmion Street & Marcus Avenue, Booragoon. This is subject to availability on a first-come-first-served basis.

If you choose to take public transport, catch a train to Bull Creek Station, then jump on a free shuttle bus from Bull Creek Station to Tompkins Park.

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HOW DO I GET TO THE VALLEY ZONE?

If you live locally, we suggest walking or cycling to Canning Highway to set up a spot

If you choose to drive, there will be some street and overflow parking at WM Malcolm Reserve, Stock Road, Palmyra and East Fremantle Football Club, Moss Street. This is subject to availability on a first-come-first-served basis.

If you choose to take public transport, catch a train to Fremantle Station, then jump on a free shuttle bus to The Leopold Hotel, Bicton.

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HOW DO I GET TO THE RAINBOW ZONE?

If you live locally, we suggest walking or cycling to Canning Highway to set up a spot

If you choose to drive, there will be some street and overflow parking at East Fremantle Football Club, Moss Street; East Fremantle Primary School, Forest Street; and Frank Gibson Park, High Street, Fremantle. This is subject to availability on a first-come-first-served basis.

If you choose to take public transport, catch a train to Fremantle Station and take a short walk to the start of The Rainbow Zone at the Fremantle Traffic Bridge.

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