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CONCERTS, EVENTS AND SPORTING VENUE INDEX - Locations and Information

Belvoir Amphitheatre
Bendigo Bank Stadium
Domain Stadium
Elmar's
Fremantle Arts
HBF Arena
HBF Stadium

Heirisson Island

 

J-Shed Fremantle
Jacaranda Amphitheatre
James Mitchell Park
Liddell Park

McCallum Park
Medibank Stadium
Metro City

NIB Stadium
Oakover Grounds 

 

Paterson Stadium
Perth Arena
Perth Concert Hall
Perth Motorplex
Perth Stadium
Point Walter Reserve
Quarantine Park

Red Hill Auditorium
Riverside Theatre
Russell Square

Salt on the Beach
Sir James Mitchell Park
Supreme Court Gardens
The Old Pickle Factory
 

 

 

Wanneroo Showgrounds
Warwick Stadium

Wellington Square

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Know your Venues!

Listed below in alphabetical order

The Nightcruiser Party Bus Tours Perth Crew compiled this information allowing you to "Know your Place" when it comes to Concert and Events Venues in Perth and Western Australia.

Nightcruisers are famous for Concert Transport in and around Perth. We cover the largest area from Mandurah to Two Rocks inc. Country Centres by request.

Our fleet is the biggest with Bus and Coaches seating 21, 30, 45, and 70+ seaters

It all started years ago when the Ministry of Sound Concerts where the biggest and later with all night Club Concert shuttles.



 



 

BELVOIR AMPHITHEATRE
1177 Great Northern Highway, Upper Swan

Established twenty-four years ago the Belvoir Amphitheatre has earned a reputation as the most unique outdoor venue in Australia. Each year Belvoir Amphitheatre hosts an array of local and international acts as well a large number of well known music festival


Overlooked by elaborate gumtrees, the natural limestone grass terraces seat from 4500 patrons while the surrounding park lands have the capacity for very large events up to 18000+. The facilities include green rooms for the artists, ample parking for patrons, alfresco catering facilities, box office and a stage capable of supporting twenty tonne

The acoustics and vast visual dimensions captured within the Belvoir Amphitheatre is astounding. It all comes together to create an unforgettable atmosphere for the crowd and a focal point for entertainers to create that "wow" impact onstage. This is an outdoor venue like no other that has to be seen to be believe



 

 

 

 

 

 

BENDIGO BANK STADIUM [Originally Rushton Park]
Dover Street, Mandurah

The venue holds about 10,000 people and has a lighting capacity good enough for WAFL night games. A new grandstand, change room and administrative buildings was completed in 2011, providing Peel Thunder with some of the best facilities in the WAFL.

 

 

 

 

DOMAIN STADIUM
Roberts Road, Subiaco

Domain Stadium (traditionally known as Subiaco Oval), is the largest and most recognised stadium in Western Australia with a capacity of over 43,500.

The home of Australian rules football in Western Australia, being the home ground for the West Coast Eagles and Fremantle Football Club, the two Western Australian teams in the Australian Football League. The ground is also used for occasional West Australian Football League matches, including the competition's yearly grand final. The stadium has also hosted Perth Glory games, including two National Soccer League grand finals, International rules Test matches, rugby union games and rock concerts. It was the home ground for the Wester Force between 2006 and 2009.

Nightcruiser call on Patersons Stadium all the time for AFL Sports, Events and Concert Transport.

ELMAR'S IN THE VALLEY
8731 West Swan Road, Henley Brook

Nightcruiser have been calling here since it opened for Brewery Tours, Birthdays, Hens and Bucks Days, Oktoberfest, Concerts, Functions Transport.

German-themed brewery, restaurant, bar and smallgoods shop located in the heart of the Swan Valley.

Surrounded by picturesque vineyards and bursting with Swan Valley character, Elmar’s in the Valley is one of a kind. Elmar's restaurant encompasses the elegance of Bavarian hospitality with its solid timber floors, tables and chairs in an open plan environment. This relaxing rustic area has topiary and planter boxes mingled amongst the seating, giving a wonderfully warm and inviting atmosphere. Outside the restaurant is a huge two acre beer garden, bringing a mix of the indoor European and outdoor Australian lifestyles.

Enjoy spacious indoor dining, relax in the huge beer garden or simply stop by for a drink at the bar. The menu caters for all tastes, featuring traditional German foods. Elmar's in the Valley is also the perfect venue for group bookings, corporate functions, weddings and much more!

FREMANTLE ARTS CENTRE
1 Finnerty St, Fremantle

Fremantle Arts Centre hosts a number of big concerts on the 3400 capacity South Lawn, along with smaller more intimate concerts in our Inner Courtyard throughout the year. Musicians to have graced the South Lawn stage include Tame Impala, Xavier Rudd, The Dandy Warhols, John Butler, Bernard Fanning, Roots Manuva, Groove Armada, Damien Rice, Cat Empire, Xavier Rudd, Sarah Blasko and Paul Kelly
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HEIRISSON ISLAND
Between the two Causeway bridges and  is accessible by foot and cycle path from Point Fraser to the north and McCallum Park to the south.

Heirisson Island is an island in the Swan
River in Western Australia at the eastern

end of Perth Water, between the

suburbs of East Perth and Victoria Park.

It occupies an area of 285,600 m, and

is connected to the two foreshores by

The Causeway

HBF Arena
Kennedya Drive, Joondalup

HBF Arena was officially opened in 1994. Set on 35 hectares of landscaped parklands it is located 25km north of Perth and just a stone's throw from the heart of the Joondalup city centre. HBF Arena is the most well-known sporting and entertainment venue in Perth’s north and is affectionately known as “the heart of the community”. The arena acquired its new name in 2014 following a naming rights agreement. 
HBF Stadium
Stephenson Avenue, Mount Claremont


HBF Stadium, formerly Challenge Stadium, is an internationally renowned stadium, in the leafy western suburbs of Perth has been a part of Perth sport for decades, with the likes of James Crawford, Andrew Vlahov and Ricky Grace pounding the court or the very beginning of stars like Danny Green and Ian Thorpe this venue has been a home of champions. The compact yet large complex caters for a variety of sport. The indoor arena is the former home of the Perth Wildcats before they moved to the new Perth Arena in the CB
J - SHED
Fleet Street, Fremantle
A series of cultural events showcasing the Fremantle motifs of live music, art and food will mark the activation of the J Shed warehouse have been launched at Bathers Beach in 2016
JACARANDA AMPHITHEATRE
Civic Centre, 23 Dundebar Road, Wanneroo.
SIR JAMES MITCHELL PARK
South Perth Foreshore, South Perth
Off Canning Highway

It has hosted numerous events including outdoor concert, exhibitions and expos since it's improvements and landscaping

 
LANGLEY PARK
Corner of Plain Street and Hay Street, Perth
LIDDELL PARK
Cnr. Wanneroo Road and Beach Road, Girrawheen
MEDIBANK STADIUM
246 Vincent Street, Leederville [Leederville Oval]

Leederville Oval is an Australian Rules Football ground located in Leederville, a suburb of Perth, Western Australia.



















METRO CITY CLUB [Metro Concert Club]
146 Roe Street, Northbridge

Metro City Concert Club - Live Concerts, Functions, Club EDM Saturdays - 2000+ Capacity

Metro City is at the forefront of Concerts, Super Clubbing and Entertainment. 
Showcasing some of the Worlds finest live acts, DJs and Performers.

The Nightcruiser has been calling on this venue since it opened for all night party tours, concert shuttles and transport.

MCCALLUM PARK
Taylor Street, Victoria Park

A picturesque riverside park with the Perth City and Swan River as its background, McCallum Park offers a scenic location for the stunning displays and vibrant atmosphere for Concerts, exhibitions and festival.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NIP STADIUM

Formally known as Perth Oval nib Stadium was originally built in 1910.

The ground is currently home to two major professional sporting clubs: 
•    Perth Glory FC, a soccer team competing in the A-League 
•    Emirates Western Force, a rugby union team competing in the Super Rugby competition 

The stadium  is also used by the WA Reds, a semi-professional rugby league team and  has up to six major concerts per year.

In 2003 an $11.4 million dollar major redevelopment was commissioned and funded by the State and Local Governments, which saw Perth Oval configured into a rectangular stadium in 2004.

The State then invested $95 million into nib Stadium, providing a high quality rectangular stadium which seats approximately 20,500
 
OAKOVER GROUNDS
14 Yukich Close, Middle Swan


The serene surroundings of Oakover Grounds will host WA's first Pork & Cider festival.
OZONE RESERVE
Corner of Riverside Drive and Adelaide Terrace, East Perth and bounded by Plain Street to the west.

 

 

 

 

PATERSONS STADIUM
Roberts Road, Subiaco

Patersons Stadium (traditionally known as Subiaco Oval), is the largest and most recognised stadium in Western Australia with a capacity of over 43,500.

The home of Australian rules football in Western Australia, being the home ground for the West Coast Eagles and Fremantle Football Club, the two Western Australian teams in the Australian Football League. The ground is also used for occasional West Australian Football League matches, including the competition's yearly grand final. The stadium has also hosted Perth Glory games, including two National Soccer League grand finals, International rules Test matches, rugby union games and rock concerts. It was the home ground for the Wester Force between 2006 and 2009.

Nightcruiser call on Patersons Stadium all the time for AFL Sports, Events and Concert Transport.



 

PERTH ARENA
700 Wellington Street, Perth

The state-of-the-art Perth Arena officially opened in November 2012. The indoor sporting and entertainment arena has a maximum seating capacity of 14,500 and features a retractable roof.

Its prime location within the Perth CBD brings it close to public transport, the freeway, the city centre and will serve as a vital link to Northbridge, as Perth’s premier entertainment destination.

Perth Arena finally provides the capital of Western Australia with a large indoor arena - something the city has lacked since the closure of the Perth Entertainment Centre. As well as hosting concerts, the venue will be home to NBL team Perth Wildcats and will host the annual Hopman Cup tennis tournament. In Basketball mode, the arena has a seating capacity of just over 13,000 with the upper tier not in use for regular-season matches, however the Wildcats attracted a record 13,527 fans for the Grand Final in 2013.

The state-of-the-art acoustic design makes Perth Arena one of the leading concert venues in the world. As well as the retractable roof and 14,500 seats, the venue also includes a 680 bay car park, 5 function rooms and a café and bar on the ground floor operating during event and non-event times.

PERTH CONCERT HALL
5 St. George's Terrace Perth

Perth Concert Hall is renowned as having the finest acoustics in Australia and is located in the heart of Perth's CBD.

PERTH MOTORPLEX
Anketell Road, Kwinana Beach

The Perth Motorplex, Kwinana Beach is conveniently located in Perth’s southern suburbs less than 30 minutes from the City centre.

Opened in December 2000, the multi million dollar facility has become the centre of attraction for automotive based activities including Drag Racing, Dirt Track Speedway, Burnout competitions, Street Machine Car shows, Monster Trucks, Stunt Shows and Super Cross events.

In addition the Kwinana Beach venue has hosted some of the biggest names in the Concert Industry including Guns n Roses, ZZ Top, Korn and Rose Tattoo.

The facility boasts excellent access from Anketell Rd leading to a generous car park where patrons can choose from convenience parking or free general parking. All spectator areas have great viewing with Silver tickets and Gold reserved seating tickets with pit paddock access being the most popular.

The Perth Motorplex has a wide range of catering outlets to suit all tastes. Licensed bars selling mid strength alcohol products are also conveniently located around the venue. (Please note that it is against the law to bring alcohol into Western Australian Sporting venues).

The Perth Motorplex has the latest state of the art stadium lighting – certainly a great advantage as most major events are conducted at night time

Major events including Drag Racing and Speedway are conducted from October through to April each season with Street Drag Racing running each and every Wednesday night from September through to May.

PERTH STADIUM

The new Perth Stadium and Sports Precinct at Burswood will be a 60,000-seat (with the potential to increase to 70,000), multi-purpose venue capable of hosting AFL, rugby union and league, football (soccer), cricket and entertainment event
 

 

 

 

POINT WALTER RESERVE
1 Stock Road, Bicton

Point Walter is located at 1 Stock Rd, Bicton overlooking the Swan River and the Point Walter Reserve located approximately 12km south of Perth and 7km north-east of Fremantle.

Used also for special events and concerts.

Point Walter Recreation and Conference Centre welcomes schools, community and corporate groups to enjoy a variety of outdoor recreation programs, accommodation and conferencing/event options
QUARANTINE PARK - BICTON
Access from Phipps Street or Brauton Street, Bicton

 

 

 

 

RED HILL AUDITORIUM
Lot 2 Toodyay Road, Red Hill

Red Hill Auditorium is a world class, multipurpose outdoor concert venue.

Red Hill Auditorium has been designed as a fully tiered circular auditorium offering fantastic sight lines to the stage for all patrons.

However, getting an uninterrupted view of your favourite artist performing is not all you’ll see.
Beyond the stage, you can view stretches of a panoramic vista of the cityscape. 
Once the sun goes down and city lights come to life, the picture is completed perfectly with a truly breathtaking backdrop.
Red Hill Auditorium is easily accessible from across the Perth regions with
Nightcruiser Concert Transport.
Their team is working hard to bring you creative seasonal programmes in the most exceptional environment.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RIVERSIDE THEATRE
21 Mounts Bay Road, Perth

Perth’s largest tiered theatre has been specifically designed to cater for a wide range of events including concerts, conferences, speaker presentations, ceremonies and graduations. Capable of accommodating 2,500 people, the Riverside Theatre has the flexibility to be used in full or half-configuration; providing space appropriate for events with 400 or more attendees. The Riverside Theatre offers the latest in lighting effects and communications infrastructure and features an operable wall connecting the theatre stage to Exhibition Pavilion 1 to create dramatic ‘reveals’

Located on level two, the Riverside Theatre is close to all the Meeting Rooms and level two Registration Desk. The theatre foyer features two bars and provides the perfect atmosphere for pre and post show drinks

 


 

  RUSHTON PARK
Mandurah
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RUSSELL SQUARE NORTHBRIDGE
James Street Northbridge, bounded by Parker, Shenton, and Aberdeen Streets.

It has been a venue for the Festival of Perth

Russell Square in Perth, Western Australia is a large public space between Aberdeen Street, and James Street in Northbridge. It was named after Lord John Russell

The eastern boundary is on Parker Street, which is the location of the Saints Constantine and Helene Greek

Orthodox Cathedral and the Hellenic Community Centre. Shenton Street is the western boundary of the square. Russell Square was created some time between 1838 and 1845; it appears on 1845 maps of Perth, but not on 1838 maps.

It has been also known as Parco dei Sospire ("The Park of Sighs") as it was the favoured meeting place of the Italian community of "Little Italy"

SALT ON THE BEACH
42 Port Beach Road, North Fremantle

Experience authentic at their iconic beach bar.
Sample one of their Blacksalt Beers which are brewed on site!
SIR JAMES MITCHELL PARK
South Perth Foreshore, South Perth
Off Canning Highway

It has hosted numerous events including outdoor concert, exhibitions and expos since it's improvements and landscaping

 
SUPREME COURT GARDENS
Along Riverside Drive between Victoria Avenue and Plain Street
THE OLD PICKLE FACTORY
4 Golding Street, West Perth

The Old Pickle Factory is a warehouse event space right in the heart of Perth. Unique rustic charm makes it an ideal location and space for your next event
WANNEROO SHOWGROUNDS
21 K Ariti Avenue, Wanneroo
 

 

 

 

 

 

WARWICK STADIUM
Cnr. Warwick and Wanneroo Roads, Warwick

Warwick Leisure Centre is now Warwick Stadium.


As we move forward to become one of the largest indoor sports facilities in the state, our branding has stepped up to match. The new Warwick Stadium will include four new indoor courts, taking the total to eight competition level indoor courts for basketball and netball, eleven in volleyball mode. Main display court that has 450 seat fixed grandstand, retractable bleacher seating and meets international basketball and netball standards. Enhanced ‘home court’ environment for Stirling Senators State Basketball League club. New 500sqm state of the art gym and group fitness room. New entrance and reception. New café. Construction time of 12-14 months at a cost of $8 million
WELLINGTON SQUARE
Wellington Street, East Perth
Surrounded by Wittenoom Street, Hill Street, Bennett Street and Wellington Street

Wellington Square is a public park

located on Wellington Street in the

suburb of East Perth in

Perth, Western Australia.

 



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