Summerset Arts Festival - Getting to the Summerset Concert at Stirling Civic Gardens
20 JAN - 5 FEB 2017

Getting to the Summerset Concert at Stirling Civic Gardens

31 Jan 2017

Getting to the Summerset Concert at Stirling Civic Gardens
The Summerset Concert, this Saturday 4 February, is set to be the highlight of Summerset Arts Festival for 2017 and we’ve got all the info you need to ensure you, your family and friends have an awesome experience.

Check it out!
 
- Tickets are not required to attend. It’s free, Free, FREE!

- This is an all ages, family friendly, alcohol and smoke free event.

- There will be no ATM at this event so make sure you bring cash for tasty snacks and drinks from our food vendors.

- Stirling Civic Gardens is a short (approx. 400m/5 minute) stroll from the Stirling Train Station, making travelling by train or bus the best option for getting to and from the gig safely.

- Use the Transperth Journey Planner or call the Transperth Info Line on 13 62 13 to plan your route. To travel on any Transperth service, you need to purchase a ticket or use your SmartRider.

- Parking is limited in the area so cycling, walking or ride sharing is encouraged if you’re not taking public transport. And don’t forget! - Our friends at Shofer have a great deal for Summerset patrons.

- For those who need to drive we’ve made this handy Parking Map indicating where you can (and can’t) park.

 - Parking is located on the reserve in between the concert site and the main Transperth carpark. Please drive into the Transperth carpark, through the sign marked gate and onto the reserve. Traffic marshals will be on hand to guide you.

- Additional parking is also available at the City of Stirling Administration Centre carpark, and on Hertha Reserve. Both of these carparks can be accessed via the Cedric Street entrance to the Administration Centre carpark.

- Patrons are requested NOT to park in the Transperth carparks, on the nature strips surrounding the park, or on resident verges.

- ACROD Parking is located in a reserved carpark on Stirling Civic Gardens, which can be accessed via Cedric Street (westbound). Patrons will be required to show their ACROD permit to access this carpark.
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