Come to the piazza, stay a while... take in a free movie, listen to some music, enjoy an exhibition or just sit on the grass and watch the world go by. The choice is yours.
During the day, the Piazza is a quiet space for sitting with a coffee in hand, but at night when the area comes alive, it fills up with people and can often be a focal point for the area.
Perth’s first permanent LED screen is a major attraction, operating 24 hours a day and showcasing a variety of features such as films, creative presentations, sport and music.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to book or purchase tickets to see movies and events at the Piazza?All City of Perth events held at the Northbridge Piazza are free and generally no booking is required.
How do I get to the Northbridge Piazza by public transport?The Northbridge Piazza is about a 5-minute walk from the Perth Train Station.
Are there food trucks on site at the Piazza?There are no food trucks on site. There are however many food options on offer around the Northbridge Piazza.
Is seating provided?We don’t provide seats, but you may bring your own picnic rug, cushions, picnic chairs and food etc to make your visit comfortable. A limited number of bean bags are made available free to use for some events.
Can I smoke or drink alcohol at the Northbridge Piazza?Northbridge Piazza is a public grassed area with no smoking or alcohol consumption allowed.
Where is the closest parking to the Piazza?There are several parking stations within walking distance of the Piazza as well as street side parking. The closest parking is CPP located at 68 Roe Street, Northbridge.
Where is the Northbridge Piazza?The Northbridge Piazza is located on the corner of James and Lake Streets in Northbridge.