Free to Play Perth
Grab a controller and reach a new high score at the City’s pop up arcade and pop culture hub in Forrest Place, featuring a variety of free arcade games, pinball machines, Virtual Reality experiences and more.
Whether you are on a solo mission or playing co-op, there is something for all skill levels and ages.
Bookings not required. Please check in using the SafeWA app on arrival.
Take advantage of the 3-hour free parking on weekends and public holidays until 30 June 2021 in three centrally located CPP car parks:
- CPP Cultural Centre car park, 2 Roe Street, Northbridge
- CPP His Majesty’s car park, 377 Murray Street, Perth
- CPP Pier Street car park, 87-89 Pier Street, Perth
Visit City of Perth Parking for full details on all CPP locations and pricing.
The City of Perth is proud to host accessible and inclusive events. A copy of the City’s Disability, Access & Inclusion Plan, can be found here.
This information is provided to you as an overview of this event.
- Promotional materials are available in alternative accessible formats upon request.
- The venue is accessible to people who use wheelchairs, walking aids and who are accompanied with prams.
- First Aid services will be available at this event.
- Water for assistance animals can be requested by Event Staff
The closest accessible parking can be found:
- Citiplace Car Park (corner Beaufort and Barrack Street)
- Cultural Centre Car Park (2 Roe Street)
- Pier Street Car Park (87-89 Pier Street)
- State Library (15 Francis Street)
The closest bus stop can be found at Wellington Street, Perth
- The closest accessible toilets can be found at Forrest Place
- Baby change facilities can be found at the Citiplace Rest Centre (situated in the City Railway Station Complex, Upper level walkway on the corner of Barrack and Wellington Streets, Perth).
3 – 5 Apr | 11am – 5pm
Perth WA 6000