Frequently Asked Questions

I’d like to become more involved with the festival. Can I volunteer to help on the day and how do I do this?

Absolutely! Volunteers are the heart and soul of our festival. Without the help and dedication from them and the community we would not be able to host a successful festival. You can email our Volunteer Manager at or simply sign up here for more information.

Are there any opportunities for a late food stall/entertainment/bands?

Unfortunately not. You can register for The Beaufort Street Festival newsletter to stay updated on applications for 2016.

Will there be designated parking areas on the day?

We strongly encourage you to use public transport to prevent congestion around the area on festival day.

Click here to see Transperth timetables & plan your trip!

If you must drive, there will be parking open to the public at Forrest Park (cnr of Harold and Curtis Street) or limited parking bays at St. Patrick's Anglican Church (cnr Beaufort Street and First Ave) for a fee, as well as bike parking. 

Check out out 'Getting There' section for more information.

What is the main initiative behind the Beaufort Street Festival concept?

The Beaufort Street Festival has been developed as a platform for The Beaufort Street Network to showcase local talent, food, arts, fashion and music. It is a canvas for the community to have a voice and for ideas, concepts and creativity to be shared with everybody in the area. A playground for all businesses, sponsors, local artists and the community to come to join in the fun!  

Do I need a ticket to get into any areas on the day of the festival?

The Beaufort Street Festival is a completely free community event, which we have our sponsors to thank for! We strive to keep the festival open to all members of the public to enjoy as part of the Beaufort Street culture!

Where are the toilets located? 

See the event map for where to find toilets and other amenities.

Will festival programs be available?

Yes. These will be distributed throughout the street in businesses leading up to festival day, on the festival day itself around the festival site, and The Beaufort Street Network stall will have program copies as well. These will be available to pick up very soon!

What services are available for people with a disability?

There will be disabled toilets spread throughout the festival. Please refer to the event map for exact locations. Access via St. Alban's Ave, as well as the Chelmsford Road carpark and North of the Westpac carpark.

ACROD parking will be available on Chatsworth Street. Any further questions relating to amenities for people with a disability can be directed to

Are there ATMs onsite & where will they be located?

Yes. Fixed atms will be located outside all major banks along Beaufort Street.

Are there designated 18+ bar areas?

Yes! Check out the Music and Bars section for more information on the 18+ bars on festival day.

Are there any BYO areas?

No. Beaufort Street is not licensed for any kind of public drinking and there are strict laws in place. On the spot fines will be issued by WA Police.

What activities/stalls should we check out if we have limited time at the festival?

Go to the ‘Fun Stuff’ part of our website for exciting events held throughout the day. The numerous music stages and the City of Vincent Community Stage will have a variety of different activations and things to see. The set times are all online so you can plan the best time to come down and enjoy the day on limited time.

We are a young family, what do you have in store for us?

The City of Vincent Community Stage will have a fun family-friendly program keeping the whole family entertained with local primary school performances, the annual Beaufort Street Festival Dog Show and a wide range of talented dancers. Remida will be helping kids weave a silver web which will grow and change throughout the day as families build their own silver tangle.

The Sunday Times Sideshow Alley will have multiple rides and side shows to cater for all ages, with the St Alban’s shady grass area ideal for families, with a farm pretty zoo, bouncy castle and sausage sizzle.

Who are major sponsors of the Festival?

Without the support of our Major Sponsor, the City of Vincent, as well as our presenting partner, The Beaufort Street Network, the festival would not be possible. We also have our numerous principal/premier and festival sponsors who are always incredibly generous and assist wherever they can in bringing everything together for the fun-filled day.

Where can I find more information or who do I contact about the Festival? 

Any questions can be directed to Alternatively, our Facebook page is a great resource for information! You can also subscribe to our newsletter to get the latest on festival news delivered straight to your inbox. On Festival day you can call the Festival hotline via 08 9228 1618 - this line will be attended from 4am 14th Nov 2015 until 1am 15th Nov 2015.

Who is responsible for the organisation of The Beaufort Street Festival?

The Beaufort Street Network are the owners of the festival. JumpClimb Events are the Festival Directors and The Event Agency are the Operation Directors.