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GETTING TO THE THEATRE Heath Ledger Theatre

STATE THEATRE CENTRE OF WA

The State Theatre Centre of WA is located at the corner of William Street and Roe Street in Perth and is just a stone's throw away from Perth Railway Station and Roe Street Bus Station, making public transport a great option for travelling to and from the theatre.

The Heath Ledger Theatre (HLT) and Studio Underground (SU) are venues within The State Theatre Centre and are designed by the award-winning Kerry Hill Architects.

Heath Ledger Theatre seating map can be downloaded here.

Studio Underground seating map can be downloaded here.

Address: 174 - 176 William Street, Perth, WA 6000

Ticketing Office: (08) 6212 9200. Monday to Friday, 10am to 5:30pm.

Email: SWABox@artsculturetrust.wa.gov.au

View the Arts and Culture Trust website here.

Transport to the State Theatre Centre of WA

The State Theatre Centre of WA is located at the corner of William Street and Roe Street in Perth and is just a stone's throw away from Perth Railway Station and Roe Street Bus Station, making public transport a great option for travelling to and from the theatre.

There are three City of Perth parking locations in close proximity to The Centre.

These are:

  • State Library Car Park, 15 Francis Street, which has 7 ACROD bays (note: the James Street entrance to this carpark is now closed.)
  • The Cultural Centre Car Park, 2 Roe Street, which has 4 ACROD bays
  • Roe Street Car Park, 68 Roe Street, which has 5 ACROD bays

All three car parks are secure and situated a few minutes walk from The Centre - please visit City of Perth Parking for more info. There is also a comprehensive network of cycle and dual-use paths in the area and there are bike racks at the Perth train station and one at The Centre on James Street.

The Cultural Centre and the State Library car parks are currently offering prepaid parking:

Cultural Centre car park prepaid parking: available 6pm till close.

State Library car park prepaid parking: available Sunday to Thursday 6pm till close, Friday and Saturday 6pm till 3am.

The Centre is easily accessed from the Perth train station.

Transperth's Blue CAT buses travel from the Barrack St Jetty to Northbridge. The closest pick-up and drop-off points to the State Theatre Centre are Beaufort Street (stop 7) and James Street (stop 14).

It is recommended that patrons requiring special assistance at train and bus stations contact Transperth on 1800 800 022 (24 hour service).

For more information on routes, timetables and services contact Transperth's InfoLine on 13 62 13 or visit the Transperth website.

Please note: Due to the construction Yagan Square, ways to get to the State Theatre Centre from the station may change frequently. Please follow any signage at the station to make your way to Roe Street and the STCWA.

Pedestrians can connect between the CBD and Northbridge using footpaths on the Horseshoe Bridge, the Milligan Street railway footbridge and the Eastern Concourse that connects the Perth Cultural Centre with Forrest Chase. People with accessibility difficulties are encouraged to use the Eastern Concourse that connects the Cultural Centre with Forrest Chase.

Pick up and set down only points are available on William Street close to the main entrance to the venue. This area is also classed as a Taxi Zone when not being used for parking. Taxi ranks are situated at:

Perth City Rail Station (Wellington Street)

William Street Supervised Rank (located between Roe & James Streets, supervised Fri & Sat nights 12am-4am)

James Street (outside foodhall, near corner of Lake Street)

Milligan Street (alongside Rosie O'Grady's towards Roe Street. Fri & Sat nights, 11pm to 5am only).

There are two, 5 minute drop off bays directly outside the venue. They are located:

  • Roe Street
  • William Street

There are three City of Perth parking locations near the venue. They are as follows:

  • State Library at 15 Francis Street which has 7 ACROD bays (24 hours)
  • The Cultural Centre at 2 Roe Street which has 4 ACROD bays (refer to operational hours of the car park)
  • Roe Street at 68 Roe Street which has 5 ACROD bays (refer to operational hours of the car park)
GETTING TO THE THEATRE Subiaco Arts Centre

SUBIACO ARTS CENTRE

Subiaco Arts Centre is located on Hamersley Road in Subiaco and is only 10 minutes west of Perth's central business district. 

The Centre has three dedicated performance areas including the Main Auditorium, The Studio, and the stunning Subiaco Theatre Gardens.

Main Auditorium seating map can be downloaded here.

Address: 180 Hamersley Road, Subiaco, WA 6008

Ticketing Office: (08) 6212 9292. Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm.

View the Arts and Culture Trust website here.

TRANSPORT TO SUBIACO ARTS CENTRE

Subiaco Arts Centre is located on Hamersley Road in Subiaco and is only 10 minutes west of Perth's central business district.

Parking for 67 cars and 8 motorcycles is available in the Theatre Gardens Carpark which can be accessed from Bagot and Hamersley Roads.

Parking is free after 6pm Monday to Friday and all day Saturday and Sunday. At other times the cost is $0.20 per 12 minutes.

Alternative parking for 90 cars is available at the Rowland Street Carpark. Rowland Street runs from Bagot to Barker Roads and is an approximate 5 minute walk from the Centre. It has a 3 hour time limit, first hour of parking is free after which is charged at 20c per 9 minutes.

Transperth Bus 25 from St George’s Terrace (after William St stop 10089) stops on Hamersley Road.

Transperth’s Bus Services 27 and 26 from Wellington Street Bus Station stops on Bagot Road.

The Subiaco Railway Station is within 15 minutes walking distance from the Centre, and the Daglish Railway Station just 10 minutes walk away.

Transperth Bus Service 28 from Wellington Street stops at Hay and Rokeby Roads.

It is recommended that patrons requiring special assistance at train and bus stations contact Transperth on 1800 800 022 (24 hour service).

For more information on routes, timetables and services contact Transperth's InfoLine on 13 62 13 or visit the Transperth website.

There are 3 ACROD parking bays are available in the Theatre Gardens Carpark.

ACCESSIBILITY

Black Swan is committed to making performances accessible to the widest possible audience.

Access services are included in the price of your ticket and can be booked online, or over the phone.

Please advise Black Swan of any access requirements at the time of booking.

For enquiries or bookings:
P (08)6212 9300 (Monday to Friday, 10am - 5pm)
E tickets@blackswantheatre.com.au

For more information regarding Access services, please visit our Accessibility page.

Audio Description captures the visual elements of theatre performances by providing live verbal descriptions via a personal headset. Pre-show tactile tours allow blind or low vision patrons and their companions to explore the set, props and costumes.

Black Swan provides an Auslan interpreter at selected shows for hard of hearing or deaf patrons. Our interpreter will stand to one side of the stage and live translate the text and dialogue into Auslan.

Allows sound to be amplified for patrons who are hard of hearing. Sennheiser Infra Red Assisted Hearing System Receivers are available for use (free of charge) and can be collected from the venue. If patrons have a hearing aid with a telecoil switch this can be connected to the relevant signal.

For patrons who are hard of hearing or deaf, or are culturally and linguistically diverse, captioning provides an accurate text display of a performance. Open Captioning displays on a screen, either above or to one side of the stage. Closed Captioning is available for all Open Captioned shows. To access, please request a device from the venue or via the Go Theatrical app on a personal smart device.

Wheelchair seating is available at all our performances. For short-term, non-permanent wheelchair users please contact Black Swan for further information.

For patrons who require the assistance of a companion or carer, a second ticket is issued at no cost to the Companion Card holder.