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We highly encourage you to come using public transport.

By Bus
Bus stands closest to PCEC are located in the Elizabeth Quay Busport adjacent to PCEC. Weekday services run every 5–15 minutes from 6:50am to 6:20pm WST.

We’d advise the 24, and 27 buses on Kings Park Road down St. Georges Tce.

Please refer to the Transperth website at, www.transperth.wa.gov.au for further information, including timetables and maps.

Alternatively, you can park for free in West Perth, and hop in the Green and Red CAT buses for a free ride to the show.

By Train
The closest train station is the ‘Elizabeth Quay Train Station’ (Corner of William St and The Esplanade).

Absolutely, and for free! You can bring the whole family as there are dedicated activities for all ages. Stallholders are particularly kind towards the future generation of scientists!

If our reviews won’t tempt you, we don’t know what will!

(Teachers accompanying their classes, and support workers having companion card attending and caring for kids in needs also come free)

Sure, we have a team of expert Geologists and Mineralogists who will be delighted to tell you more about your find.

Yes it is! Don’t refrain from returning with a larger group of friends the three days!

Kiosk and coffee bar in the Pavillion

In the South West corner of the pavilion is a convenient hot food options and drinks within the venue.

@Liberty Café and Bar is located on Level 2 of PCEC and offers light meals, coffee, and beverages. Operating hours for the Café vary in response to event schedules. The Metro Bar and Bistro in the Adina Hotel is located opposite the Level 1 front entrance of PCEC. Nearby is the Brookfield Plaza located at the base of the BHP tower. The City Centre is also a 5 minute walk from the PCEC.

Yes there is a ramp on the left to avoid the stairs behind the entrance.

You’ll get access to the whole floor!

We do not typically approve refund requests as the ticket price is already as low as we can make it, however under special circumstances, please contact our team at PGMS@minsocwa.org.au to discuss further.

We highly advise you get enough cash as many of our vendors don’t take card.

ATM are NOT available within the convention centre.

All major banks are located within a short distance from the venue.  

ANZ Bank
220 St George’s Terrace, Perth

Commonwealth Bank of Australia
150 St George’s Terrance, Perth

National Bank Australia
197 St George’s Terrace, Perth

St George Bank
152-158 St George’s Terrance, Perth

218 St George’s Terrance, Perth

Unless it’s a guide dog, no pets are allowed indoors.

Pet rocks are tolerated as emotional support beings though.

We highly suggest you use public transport to access the venue. Should you still want to use your private vehicle, here are the parking options :

The ‘Convention Centre Car Park’ is owned and operated by the City of Perth. This 1,500-bay car park is accessible via Mill Street, Mounts Bay Road and the Riverside Drive off-ramp of the Mitchell Freeway. Access is restricted to cars and motorcycles with a maximum clearance of 2.1 metres. No trailers are permitted. Payment for parking can be made by cash, or all major credit cards and EFTPOS.

Car park Height: 2.1m
Address: Mill Street, Mounts Bay Road or the Riverside Drive-off ramp of Mitchell Freeway
Operating hours: 24 hours

Parking Rates
Hourly Rate Mon-Sun – $6.00

Day Rate Mon-Fri – $23.00

Day Rate Weekend – $17.00

Other parking options:

Park for free in West Perth, and hop in the Green and Red CAT buses for a free ride to the show.

Westralia Square

141 St Georges Terrace, entrance via Mounts Bay Road
Weekday rates from: $7
Weekend rates from: $8

His Majesty’s Theatre

377 Murray Street, Perth
Weekday/Weekend rates from: $4.50

Council House

27 St Georges Terrace, Perth
Weekday/Weekend rates from: $5.00

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