The festival will be a very short distance from the Albany Highway/Victoria Park bus depot and various stops along Canning Highway, allowing visitors access to the event via public transport if they choose. Ample Transperth buses will run regularly from North and South of the river.
We only recommend travelling to the show via public transport if you do not intend on buying plants or product.
Plan your journey using the Transperth Journey Planner http://www.transperth.wa.gov.au/Journey-Planner/Results
Route 910 operates along Canning Highway every 15 minutes and is the most frequent option. Bus timetable can be found here: https://www.transperth.wa.gov.au/timetablepdfs/Bus%20Timetable%20207%2020190203.pdf
Routes 32 & 33 also operate along Canning Highway, but not as frequently. Bus timetable can be found here: https://www.transperth.wa.gov.au/timetablepdfs/Bus%20Timetable%2016%2020190217.pdf
Victoria Park Transfer Station is also a short walk away.
Be sure to plan your journey at transperth.wa.gov.au
Parking is available for a $5.00 with part proceeds going to our not-for-profit partners. Visitor parking is located right outside the event gates on Taylor Reserve with access via Ellam St, allowing visitors easy access and close proximity of parking to the event (Please view the map below for clarity).
ACROD parking will also be available immediately adjacent to the entry gate, ensuring distance travelled is as short as possible. Please note that the Town of Victoria Park will be issuing parking infringements to patrons, exhibitors or staff members who do not display a valid ACROD permit, this is also enforced by the event organisers and we take no responsibility for any fines issued in this area.
Free parking is also close by at the Burswood Entertainment Precinct.