Information for Organisers
The Perth Cultural Centre is ideally positioned between Perth’s central city and vibrant inner-city districts with some 10,000 people wandering through the space each day. It has become a vibrant and attractive destination for a range of major events throughout the year with some of its most memorable including Fringe World and Perth International Arts Festival.
Major State cultural and learning institutions are housed in the Perth Cultural Centre, while the public open space forms a pedestrian link between the Perth Train Station and the inner city area of Northbridge.
With features including landscaped zones, seating, cafes, a playground and a permaculture garden, the Perth Cultural Centre is a popular location to stage events and offers a range of locations to suit.
You will need to submit an event application to us if you'd like to hold an event at Perth Cultural Centre. There's several steps you will need to complete before receiving approval and depending on your event there could be other requirements:
- Investigate the suitability of your event and available dates.
- Conduct a site visit.
- Submit a signed Application for an Event License and application fee.
- Put in place all relevant insurances.
- Provide appropriate plans and procedures including site plans, risk management and event running sheets.
- Obtain third party approvals and licenses.
- Finalise event hire fees and bonds.
Once you've completed these steps, your application will be evaluated and if successful, we will issue you an Event License.
Events must comply by all statutory and local authority requirements. Additionally, you may be required to secure various approvals, licences and services for your event in addition to submitting an application to us. Liaison with the City of Perth’s Environmental Health Officer (Events) is an essential part of the process.
Please click the links below to download event application documentation.