Useful information

Getting there, find stuff and stay safe
Entry Fee
$5 per Adult per Day or $7 for 2 days
Free for children under 12 years of age

Tickets can be purchased Online or at the gate either at North entrance or Subiaco Entrance

Opening Hours
10am – 6pm

Most of the Festival will be closing at 6pm appart from some Food Stalls and the Main Stage who will remain open until 9pm.

6pm – 9pm

FREE entry to La Soirée from 6pm till 9pm dance to the rythm on French Tubes with G. and the French Knights

10am – 6pm

The whole Festival will be closing at 6pm on Sunday.

Getting to the festival

The Act-Belong-Commit Bonjour Perth French Festival presented by See Subiaco will be held at Market Square, Subiaco, corner of Haydn Bunton Drive and Roberts Road in Subiaco WA.

We recommend you to use public transport for the day! Accessing Market Square from the Subiaco Strain Station is only a 4 min walk otherwise plenty of buses are available.

Want to ride your bike to the festival?
Download this brochure from City of Subiaco.

If you elect to drive, City of Subiaco has developed a system to help you find car park. Unfortunately, the only cars allowed to be parked on Market Square are the cars for the Car Show.

City of Subiaco also offers Free weekend parking

Park for free at designated town centre carparks in the evenings and on weekends – with no ticket and no time limits. This parking initiative makes it easier to shop, dine and enjoy Subiaco. Free parking applies to the following six city-operated car parks:

  • Barker Road (behind Westpac)
  • Churchill Road (near Ticketmaster, off Rokeby Road between Churchill and Barker Roads)
  • Park Street (between Crossways and the former Coles building)
  • Forrest Square carpark (42 Denis Street, at the site of the new koala and kangaroo murals)
  • Rowland Street carpark (70-90 Rowland Street, near the Salvos Store, between Barker and Bagot roads)
  • Railway Road (Off Hay Street, next to the Subi XO development).

Locate these free parking options by downloading the free parking map. Please refer to signage on ticket machines for details.

On the day

Disability Access

As we wish to comply with the Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP), the Festival is accessible for people with disabilities.

2 reserved car bays are available on Roberts Road near the  Subiaco Entrance of the Festival.

1 disabled toilet is available in the Rustic Village near the Main Stage.

If you have any special enquiry regarding accessing our Festival if you have disabilities please do not hesitate to contact us and we will make sure you receive the appropriate service.

Dog Friendly

Dog-friendly festival 🙂 Please keep your pet on a leash, outside of the food stalls area and be aware of others.

First aid will be supplied by Royal Life Saving WA and Cancer Council will ensure that sunscreen is available for you to use.

Kids labels will be available at Info point to fill in your details.

Toilets will be available throughout the site in Kids, Creole and Rustic Village.

Free drinkable water will be available near La Boutique, at the 2 Bars and at La Buvette.

Food areas will be available at different locations of the festival, with tables, chairs and shaded areas. Please note that part of the festival will be licensed and entering this area will require your kids to be supervised at all times by adults.

Sorry no BYO.