On Saturday at 9am, Mixed Tape‘s Josh and Mel will kick off the 98five week-long broadcast.
Look out for our promo team on Monday 26 September, the Queen’s Birthday public holiday for Wildcats packs, before hanging out with Jeziel on Drive from Tuesday 27 to Friday 30 September, 3-6pm.
Mornings with Mike will also be live on Friday 30 September, 9am-noon, with Colin Barlow for a special gardening broadcast.
You can find us on the edge of the Main Arena
Essential Perth Royal Show 2016 info:
Tickets (click on image to go to Buy Tickets)
Avoid traffic and parking hassles at the Show by taking public transport. Transperth’s regular train and bus services to the Showground make visiting the Show easier than ever. Trains on the Fremantle Line stop at the Showgrounds Station and bus numbers 23, 24, 25, 27, 28, 98/99 (circle route), 102, 103 and107 all stop close by. Groups of up to seven people (two adults and five children or two adults and five concession fares) can travel to and from the Showground on a FamilyRider ticket which allows unlimited system-wide travel on weekends, public holidays and after 9am on weekdays during school holidays.
FamilyRider fares offer great value for money, being a cheaper option even for a two-section journey, and you save the hassle of buying a return ticket at the end of your day.
Parking is limited and a charge applies at temporary parking areas located at:
- Claremont Aquatic Centre (Davies Road)
- Claremont Golf Course Carpark (entry via Lapsley Road)
- Claremont Oval (entry via Shenton Road)
- Rowe Park (corner Langsford & Gugeri Street)
Visit www.perthroyalshow.com.au/plan/transportparking for full Transport/parking information.
9am to 9pm every day; Sideshow Alley and Taste WA stay open late
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