The 2018 Swan Festival of Lights is is a multi-venue month long festival.
The following is a summary of locations by event:
Soul Speak (01/11 - 01/12) located at State Theatre Centre of WA
An afternoon with Vikku Vinayakram (03/11) located at 263 Beaufort st, Perth
Act-Belong-Commit Swan Festival of Lights | Outdoor Festival (09/11 - 11/11) located at Supreme Court Gardens, Perth, open from 4.30 pm until 9.45 pm daily, between Friday 9/11/2018 until Sunday 11/11/2018.
Gandhi - the Movie (25/11), located at Perth Cultural Centre - James St Amphitheatre
Conversations (30/11 - 01/12), located at State Theatre Centre of WA
Rangoli Indian Street Art (01/12) located at the Perth Cultural Centre, James St Amphitheatre
GETTING TO THE FESTIVAL
As the Festival is located in close proximity to the Elizabeth Quay Station, and Elizabeth Quay Ferry Terminal, getting there is no hard feat. Transperth will have buses, trains and ferries operating all weekend. Before you travel, remember to plan your journey with the JourneyPlanner.
Bus & Train
Elizabeth Quay Station
William St The Esplanade Blue Cat
Barrack Sq Barrack Square Blue Cat
St Georges Tce Stand T (after Sherwood Ct)
Elizabeth Quay Ferry Terminal
Closest parking is Supreme Court Gardens or along Terrace Rd.
Additionally, please refer to City of Perth Parking (CPP) to determine other closest and cheapest parking facilities.
As the Festival is an outdoor event, we recommend our guests to dress appropriately in warm clothing, bring a jacket and an umbrella (in case the rain gods bless us). You may wish to bring a throw rug and save yourself a spot in front of the stage to enjoy the performances nightly from 6.30pm.