How to book
General admission tickets are priced at $40 per person, or you can opt for our family pass, perfect for four people, at a discounted rate of $136. But here's an exciting offer: if you plan your visit on a Wednesday night, you can enjoy our off-peak prices. Grab your tickets for only $36 per person or get a family pass for just $120!
If you prefer flexibility and want to choose your own date and time to explore the trail, an anytime pass option available. For $55, you can access the trail at any time between the first advertised time-slot and 10 minutes after the last advertised time-slot. It's the perfect choice for those who want to create their own magical journey.
Tickets can be purchased via Ticketek.
Where to park
Parking in Kings Park during events is limited and securing a spot may leave you some distance from both the event and park lighting. Why not travel smart and make your journey stress free!
Parking in West Perth is free after 6pm at all CPP carparks and is located just a short distance from the entry to Lightscape. Crossing Kings Park Road to Poolgarla Carpark will lead you to an illuminated path for an easier journey.
Keen to get even closer? Be dropped off in Wadjuk Way by jumping on free city bus routes!
- Transperth bus route 935 travels from St Georges Terrace right into the heart of the Park at the Fraser Avenue Precinct, offering free travel from the city.
- The Blue CAT bus travels between Perth bus port and Kings Park, via Perth Station and Elizabeth Quay Bus Station.
- The Purple CAT Bus travels between Elizabeth Quay Bus Station and QEII Medical Centre and UWA via Kings Park and Thomas Street.
E-scooters can be hired from West Perth and parked in Kings Park at:
- Fraser Circle
- Wardong Buspark
Download the Bird or Neuron apps for e-scooter locations.
Lightscape is located in Kings Park and Botanic Garden, Fraser Ave, Perth WA 6005.
The main entrance to Lightscape is Forrest Carpark, adjacent to the Gija Jumulu (Giant Boab Tree), in Kings Park.
Are the pathways wheelchair accessible?
The route is designed so that it can be navigated on paths. There are some paths whose gradients are steep and audience members may benefit from assistance. A limited number of wheelchairs will be made available for those who require assistance.
If the weather conditions prohibit the trail from being fully accessible, for those needing mobility devices (wheelchairs, walkers, etc.), consideration will be made on a case-by-case basis to allow for tickets to be transferred to alternate dates.
Visitors using mobility devices may find some sections of the trail challenging, there are opportunities to detour these sections if required.
Is there white strobe lighting?
There will be some lighting sequences that have some flashing lights contained within them; however, there is no strobe lighting.
Is there smoke or haze?
Haze may be used in some areas of the trail.
Do you accept Companion Cards?
Yes, holders of a government issued companion card can access a free ticket for their companion. Proof of eligibility will be required upon entry.
Please book these tickets through the booking process here or by calling Ticketek’s Accessible Line on 1300 665 915.
Is there food and drinks?Make sure to leave plenty of time for your journey – if you arrive early, why not grab a bite to eat from the food trucks.
How long is the trail?The trail is approximately 2kms around the Botanic Garden.
What happens if it’s raining?
Rain or wind won't stop us from creating magical moments. So, before you go, make sure to check the weather forecast and dress accordingly. If the weather poses any risks, a cancellation decision will be made by 2pm on the day of the event.
To stay in the loop, keep an eye on Kings Parks website and social media pages for all the latest updates.
Can I bring food and drinks?
To ensure a smooth and enjoyable time for everyone, we kindly ask you to refrain from bringing eskies or picnics. But don't worry, we've got you covered! Delicious food trucks will be available on-site both before you enter and along the route. Fraser's Restaurant will also be in full operation.
Please note that this is a fully licensed event, which means we won't be able to allow any BYO alcoholic drinks into the venue.
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