Hancock Prospecting City of Light Show - 26 January 2024

Temporary road closures on Australia Day, Friday 26 January 2024.

Published: 24 January 2024, Updated: 24 January 2024

The City of Perth will host the Hancock Prospecting City of Light Show at Langley Park, and Birak Concert at Supreme Court Gardens on Australia Day, Friday 26 January 2024. Free and ticketed entertainment will feature throughout the day, concluding with a light show of fireworks and drones above the Swan River at 8:15pm. For the best view of the show, head to Langley Park.

Hancock Prospecting City of Light Show Location: Langley Park 3:00pm to 9:00pm.

In the interest of public safety, road closures will be in place for this event. Road Closures will be put in place in a staged approach from 2:00pm, 3:00pm and 6:00pm and will be in place until approximately 11:00pm. Every effort will be made to reopen roads earlier when it is safe to do so.

Please refer to the map below to view the road closures that will be in place, including timings. Vehicles that do not comply with restrictions will be infringed and/or towed at the vehicle owner's cost. 

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Street parking within the closures will be unavailable with "No Stopping" hoods from 7am on Thursday 25 January 2024. Please refer to the on-street parking signs for restrictions. Please note that all CPP car parks have free night-time parking after 6:00pm, however you will not be able to access any car parks in the road closure areas until the roads are reopened.

Limited parking will be made available on Bennett Street, Hill Street and Plain Street between Hay Street and Terrace Road between 3:00pm and 6:00pm.

Plan your journey ahead and enjoy the show!

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