Kings Park and Botanic Garden

Kings Park enter Fraser Avenue via Kings Park Road

Kings Park is one of the world's largest and most beautiful inner city parks. It is rich in Aboriginal and European history, contemporary culture and offers innovative design, displays and services.


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Kings Park is a smoke free park.

Reduce waste and maximise recycling in Kings Park. Remember to bring a reusable water bottle.

Whether you get snacks at the event or bring your own, at the end of the night please do the right thing, and put rubbish in the right bin!


Available along Lovekin, Forrest and May Drives. A drop off zone is located at the venue entrance on Lovekin Drive.

ACROD Parking & ACROD Drop off/ Pick up is located near Gate 2 on Forrest Drive near the DNA Tower.

Note: All vehicles must enter Forrest Drive from the Crawley end of Kings Park as no access from Lovekin Drive (city end) is permitted.


Transperth bus route 935 travels from St Georges Terrace right into the heart of the Park at the Fraser Avenue Precinct, free travel from the city.

The Subiaco Tram Service operates a hop-on hop-off service with one route dropping off and picking up passengers in Kings Park. The tram ‘Ruby’ leaves Subiaco Train Station every hour on the hour between 9.00 am and 4.00 pm Tuesdays to Saturdays. The free service travels into Kings Park from Kings Park Road, along Fraser Avenue, with passengers able to disembark and board near the Old Tea Pavilion. For more information visit The Subiaco Tram website.

There are a number of public transport options depending on your starting point and individual needs

Transperth InfoLine: 13 62 13

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Shuttle buses run along Lovekin Drive & May Drive from 4pm - 7pm, picking up patrons at the lighting towers and delivering to main gate (Gate 1). Please note this is a ONE WAY SERVICE ONLY, helping inbound patrons to enter the show. There are no return shuttle services. We kindly ask for a gold coin donation for this service – all proceeds go to Ronald McDonald House Perth.

Note: Shuttle bus service subject to change dependent on COVID health regulations at time of show.



Reserved areas for visitors with wheelchairs and companions

Seating area for concerts are on a sloped grassed area with access from gravel and paved paths

Patrons bring their own chairs

ACROD toilets are available on Forrest Drive next to Gate 2


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