St. Georges Terrace, Perth / Gumap
The Ballroom, designed and built under the supervision of the Government Architect John M Grainger in 1899, is a large proportioned space in the Classic Revival style.
The venue will be open 1 hour prior to the performance for pre-show beverages.
Latecomers will not be admitted until a suitable break during the performance. Please check event page for the latecomer policy.
Mobile devices are to be turned off during the performance.
Photography and recording of any kind is prohibited during the performance.
There is one City of Perth Parking complex within a short distance of Government House Ballroom with accessible parking
City Of Perth Parking Council House
Entry from St Georges Terrace
92 bays, 2 ACROD, 2 motorcycle bays
Open 6am – 1am
Government House Ballroom is conveniently located on St Georges Terrace with buses frequently travelling along the Terrace in both directions. Government House is a 15 minute walk from Elizabeth Quay bus port and train station.
The free Central Area Transport RED CAT route includes a stop a “Council House” on St Georges Tce. The RED CAT operates every five minutes from 6am-7.20pm Monday to Friday (except Public Holidays), and every 10 minutes on the weekends between 8.30am and 6pm
Transperth InfoLine: 13 62 13
Transperth Website: transperth.wa.gov.au
A platform lift is available from entry level to the Ballroom.
Staff assistance is required to use the lift. Level paved access from driveway to Ballroom entry.
Main entry to the Ballroom is up eight glass stairs with a handrail then three steps into the foyer.
There is no audio loop available for performances at Government House Ballroom.
Seating consists of removable seating; wheelchair spaces are available for this performance on the ends of the aisle.
A universal access toilet is located in the main foyer.
Pick up and set down is available on the driveway outside the venue. Enter driveway off St Georges Terrace between Government House and Council House.