With an estimated 900,000 people attending one (or more) of the 600 plus events conducted at Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre each year, it’s no surprise PCEC is Perth’s premier business event destination.

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What are the opening hours?
Show opens at 9:30am daily. Closing times vary, so check your preferred date on the Ticketek website
Monday – Sunday.

Parking is available directly under the Centre and there are approximately 5,000 car parking bays within a 10 minute walk of Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre. Access to the City of Perth Convention Centre Car> Park is via Mill Street, Mounts Bay Road and the Riverside Drive off ramp of the Mitchell Freeway. More info on the PCECwebsite

What are the transport options?
Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre is located in the heart of Perth city, adjacent to the Swan River. Our location provides quick and easy access to and from the Centre by car, train, bus, taxi and on foot.See more on their website.

What is the price for tickets?

Tickets start from $20 for earlybird sessions and weekday afternoon sessions after 1:30pm Visit Ticketek for all ticket price details.

Session times – how long can we stay in session?
It takes a minimum of 90 minutes to view the exhibition.

Can you buy tickets at the door?

Yes, tickets will be available however we strongly encourage you to buy tickets before you arrive so ensure you can secure tickets for your preferred session time. We cannot guarantee that tickets will be available for all sessions at the door.


Are we able to take photographs?
Most definitely, although we would ask for no commercial photography.

Will Ryan be at the event?
Unfortunately due to his busy schedule Ryan will only be at the show on Friday 23rd June and the 4th of July.

I purchased tickets online – do I need a copy of the paper ticket to gain entry?
Please have a version of your e ticket on your phone or a hardcopy on arrival.

From what age will children be charged for entry?
4 and above.

If i buy a family pass can it be used for 1 adult and 3 children?

Do senior cards qualify for discounts?
Yes. Seniors are admitted at Concession prices

Are companion card holders admitted free?

What is the age limit for children’s tickets?
16 and under. Children aged 16 and under must be accompanied by an adult within the exhibition.

Is food and drinks allowed?
Food and drink are not allowed in the exhibition. There are many food & drink options, from restaurants to cafes and bars, in the surrounding streets, with the city a short walk away.

Is there an area to leave personal belongings?
Cloakroom facilities are located on Level 2 next to the Registration Desk. Please note however that the cloakroom is usually closed and only operational when we have large conferences in our Level 2 areas. The cloakroom will be closed during Brickman.

Are there ATM’s nearby?The venue has two ATMs which are located by the PCEC @Liberty Café on Level 2, as well as on the Exhibition Pavilion 4 Foyer on Level 1. There are also several ATMs nearby in the surrounding streets.

Is there wheelchair and pram access?

All public areas of Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre are wheelchair accessible; and the Centre conforms with both Australian Standards, 1428.1 and 1428.2 (enhanced provisions). The Centre is also fully wheelchair accessible with compliant ramps and access ways from the Elizabeth Quay Busport and Train Station, Adina Hotel and Mill Street.

One internal, and two external, passenger lifts provide access between the City of Perth Convention Centre Car Park and Levels 1 and 2 of the Centre. A fourth passenger lift provides internal access to Level 3 from Level 2, and is located in our Level 2 northern foyer, opposite Meeting Rooms 1 – 4.
Unisex disabled toilets are situated throughout the Centre and in each exhibition pavilion. All accessible toilets have emergency call buttons connected to our security department.

Tactile and Braille Maps are located at both front entry registration desks, and all meeting rooms, toilets and lifts are signposted in Braille.








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