About Fringe Central
The best place to start your fringe adventure is FRINGE Central at The Perth Cultural Centre. The central box office near the urban orchard is right at the epicentre of the FRINGE WORLD universe. Constellations of artists and festival staff will be on hand to help you get where you need to go and with a galaxy of venues within walking distance you won't need a rocket ship or a telescope to find something new and exciting every time you orbit by.
Closest Bus Stop: Perth Bus Station Approximately a 5 minute walk: Exit onto Roe Street and walk up William Street. Turn Right onto James Street and you’ll be walking straight into Fringe Central.
Closest Train Station: Perth Station Take the East Exit out of Perth Station towards the Art Gallery of WA. Turn Left and Cross the Bridge over Roe Street and you’ll be at the Urban Orchard.
- Accessible to wheelchair users.
- Wheelchair users enter via the main entrance.
- There is dedicated wheelchair symbol marked parking in The State Library Carpark (Francis St), Cultural Centre Carpark (Roe St), Citiplace Carpark (Roe St) and on Beaufort St.
- Unisex accessible toilets are located throughout the cultural centre including at Pica, The Blue Room, The State Theatre Centre, The State Library of Western Australia, The Art Gallery of Western Australia and outside the Urban Orchard.
The Urban Orchard and Circus Theatre are licensed areas and security may ask to see valid Photo ID to gain entry. If you cannot produce valid photo ID then you may be refused entry, without refund for any tickets purchased. Under 18's are welcome to licensed areas but must be accompanied and supervised by a parent, legal guardian or a responsible adult and the decision to allow entry is entirely at the discretion of the licensee. Visit the FAQ page for the valid forms of Photo ID accepted in Western Australia. Note that some events are restricted to over 18s only.