A concert series that will ignite your senses. Under the stars, set amongst the nocturnal surrounds of Perth Zoo.
Expect a thrilling mix of music, quiz, chat and comedy and a celebration of the music and production by Vanda and Young
For enquiries about Nocturnal Concerts at Perth Zoo, contact Zaccaria: email@example.com
For information on tickets or to book tickets, contact Ticketek:
PH: 132 849
Box Office, Gate and Playing Times
- Venue Box Office for ticket collects and sales open at approximately 5.00pm
- Gates open at 5.30pm for all ticketholders
- Playing times vary for each concert however first act will usually start at approximately 7pm.
It is advised that patrons be at the venue as early as possible to secure a good area to sit.
Tickets can be collected at a designated box office at the venue just prior to the show (from 5pm), however patrons are urged to collect their tickets prior to showday, to avoid long queues on the night. Please contact Ticketek on 132 849 for details about collecting your tickets prior to showday.
Please note that we play rain or shine. You may bring wet weather protection such as ponchos and raincoats however umbrellas are not permitted. The stage is fully covered but concert veiwing areas is open air.
Entering and Leaving
Entry for all ticket holders is through the Zoo’s main entrance, GATE 2, on Labouchere Road. From there it is a scenic stroll down to the Main Lawn, which is the concert site. Exit is also via the main entrance. Please note that if you are visiting the Zoo to view the Zoo exhibits earlier in the day but also hold a concert ticket, you MUST exit the Zoo at 5pm when the Zoo closes and re-enter when gates open for the concert at 5.30pm.
Human Nature VIP ticketholders: Please enter the venue via GATE 1 off Labouchere Road.
Please note that your concert ticket does not allow access to the Zoo to view Zoo exhibits earlier in the day.
What you can bring
You can bring: Picnic rug, Picnic hamper, Plastic bottled water or soft drink (no alcohol), cans of soft drink.
Chairs: Small low back chairs with a maximum back height of 70cm, and seat height of 20cm are welcome but tall director style or beach chairs with a back height above 70cm and seat height of 20cm are restricted to the rear of the lawn.
A variety of hot and cold food, coffees, alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages, confectionary and ice creams are available to purchase at the concert or bring your own picnic.
What you cannot bring
You can’t bring: BYO Alcohol, Glass, Umbrellas, Tables, Metal cutlery, Tents or shelters, Wine spikes, Video or recording equipment, Professional camera equipment.
Patrons are advised that the use of flash photography, video and audio recording devices for personal or commercial use is not permitted without the prior written consent of the concert promoter. All requests must be in writing and will be addressed at the discretion of the promoter. It is a condition of entry that all patrons refrain from the use of such photographic or recording equipment.
You can bring small low back chairs with you to the concert however those with high backs will be positioned to the rear of the venue.
Please note: Strollers & prams will be treated like high back chairs.
Strictly no BYO alcohol and no glass can be brought into the venue. This is a fully licensed event with full bar service available.
THIS IS A SMOKE FREE EVENT and Perth Zoo is a smoke free venue.
Conditions of Entry
*All bags will be searched upon entry and exit of the venue. *Any prohibited items will be confiscated. *All patrons must observe and adhere to the local licensing laws and responsible service of alcohol practices.
Children under 18 years who have purchased a ticket can only be permitted if accompanied by parent, step-parent or legal guardian. If not, they will be refused entry and will not receive a refund on the ticket. Children under 2 years old are allowed entry into the event without a ticket under the Babes in Arms policy.
Finding your way to Perth Zoo
Perth Zoo is located at 20 Labouchere Road, South Perth.
Perth Zoo supports Travelsmart methods of travelling in Western Australia. The Zoo is situated just a few kilometres from the CBD which makes a journey by public transport or bicycle pleasant and easy.
From Perth CBD Routes 30 and 31 stop right in front of the Zoo seven days a week, leaving regularly from the Wellington Street Bus Station and Esplanade Busport. Routes 30 and 31 are predominantly operated by low floor accessible buses.
Route 34 stops behind the Zoo and leaves from the Wellington Street Bus Station and Esplanade Busport. Please be aware that although Transperth operate an extensive fleet of low floor accessible buses, not all buses operated on Route 34 are wheelchair accessible.
For further information on departure times, routes and fares please call the Transperth InfoLine on 13 62 13 or visit www.transperth.wa.gov.au where you can search for the best route for you.
From the Mandurah line: Alight at Esplanade Station, walk to the Esplanade Busport and board either Route 30 or 31 (to stop directly in front of the Zoo) or Route 34 (to stop behind the Zoo).
From the Joondalup line: At Perth Underground, stay on the train which continues to Esplanade Station. Walk to the Esplanade Busport and board either Route 30 or 31 (to stop directly in front of the Zoo).
From the Midland, Armadale, Thornlie and Fremantle lines: Alight at Perth Station, walk to the Wellington Street Bus Station and board either Route 30 or 31 (to stop directly in front of the Zoo) or Route 34 (to stop behind the Zoo).
Detailed information on timetables and fares can be obtained by visiting www.transperth.wa.gov.au or by calling the Transperth InfoLine on 13 62 13.
Perth Zoo is a short walk from the Mends Street Jetty in South Perth. Ferries depart from the Barrack Street Jetty (across the river in Perth) every half-hour during the day, and quarter-hour at peak times.
For further information on ferry timetables and prices please call Transperth information on 13 62 13 or visit www.transperth.wa.gov.au.
Any of Perth’s taxi companies can bring you directly to Perth Zoo. These can be hailed on the street or ordered by telephone. Two of Perth’s major taxi companies are:
Swan Taxis 13 13 30 www.swantaxis.com.au
Black & White Taxi 13 10 08
BY BICYCLE OR ON FOOT
Safe, dual-use paths (cycle and walking) go around the Swan River from the CBD to South Perth and then it is only a 500m cycle/walk from the river up to Perth Zoo.
Click here to view a map which shows the network of cycle/walking paths which will get you to and from Perth Zoo (you will need to zoom in to see the pathways clearly).
A drinking fountain is available just outside of Perth Zoo. Bicycle racks are available at no cost at the entrance to Perth Zoo. We recommend a lock for your bicycle. (Please note that you cannot take your bicycle, rollerblades, skateboard or other forms of personal transport into Perth Zoo)
The Zoo is only 5-minute drive from Perth’s city centre.
Long-stay parking (1hr to all day) is available in three parking lots:
▪ opposite the Zoo (Cnr Labouchere and Richardson Rds) PAID by the hour
▪ next to the Zoo (off Labouchere Road) PAID by the hour
▪ next to the Zoo (off Mill Point Road) PAID per park
Short-stay parking is available on the streets surrounding Perth Zoo (PAID). Streets further back from the Zoo may offer FREE parking.
The Zoo offers 13 ACROD parking bays within 100 m of the entrance. ACROD stickers need to be clearly displayed and current. Disability parking is free in the free car parks but incurs standard fees in the paid carparks.