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All the ways to get to Hyde Park Festival! Transport to and from the event.

By Sophie Binning

 

There are lots of ways you can make your way to Hyde Park Festival this year, and the most cost-effective ways are also the healthiest and most environmentally conscious!

 

Cycling & E-scooters:

 



The City of Vincent is providing bike racks for festival goers looking for a great way to get to the park. Get in some exercise with the whole family and enjoy a scenic ride through beautiful North Perth before arriving at Hyde Park.

 

You can also take advantage of the City of Vincent’s brand-new e-scooters are great ways to have a stress-free morning travelling to the festival. All you need is the app, downloadable from the City’s website.

 

For more information on City of Vincent’s new e-scooters check out their website: https://www.vincent.wa.gov.au/residents/environment/environmental-sustainability/active-transport/e-scooter-trial.aspx

 

Transperth:

 

Transperth has services within walking distance of the park located on William St, Fitzgerald St, and Beaufort St.

 

With the State Government and Transperth making Sunday travel free for all Smartrider users, if you travel to day one of Hyde Park Festival, your travel costs will be completely covered! On Monday, a great alternative is a Familyrider ticket that costs $10 and is unlimited all day for up to seven people!

 

We recommend the following routes:

 

William St:⁠- Route 980 from Morley Bus Station and Elizabeth Quay Bus Station⁠⁠

Fitzgerald St:- Route 960 from Mirrabooka Station - Route 19 from Nangar St / Flinders Square⁠, Yokine

Beaufort St:- Route 67 from Elizabeth Quay Bus Station and Mirrabooka Bus Station- Route 950 from QEII Medical Centre and Morley Bus Station

 

Please be aware of Sunday & Public Holiday bus schedules.

 

For more information visit https://transperth.com/journeyplanner.

 

Shuttle Bus:



 

Rotary of North Perth are this year trialling a shuttle bus service, this is our first time doing this and it is a volunteer run event so please bear with us if there is any issues, the buses will be leaving the park from the Williams St service entrance at the following times and do a clockwise route: 10am, 11am, 1pm, 2pm, 4pm, 5pm and on Sunday only 8pm.

 

The pick-up/drop off locations are:

  1. Hyde Park, William St Service Entrance

  2. Barlee Street Parking (COV)

  3. Summer Street Parking/Perth Transport Centre (East Perth train station/COV)

  4. Brisbane Street Parking (COV)

  5. Newcastle Street (CPP)

  6. James Street (Wilsons)


Parking:

 

Hyde Park is situated in the beautiful, central suburb of North Perth, meaning that most parking is street parking. With this being the case, spaces fill up fast so we recommend getting here early if you want to park, otherwise you will need to make alternate arrangements. You may be in for a walk if you plan on just spending the afternoon with us.

 

For those with ACROD permits, there is accessible parking onsite so no need to worry about the limited street parking.

 

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