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Experience the WA Day Festival with Transperth

This year’s WA Day Festival’s new home - Burswood Park - is set to be transformed into a hive of activity over two fun-filled days (Sunday June 2 and Monday June 3).

Forget the car, fighting traffic and trying to find a parking spot, Transperth train services are the best way to get to Burswood Park.

Burswood Park is a 15-minute walk from Burswood Station, with additional trains stopping at the station for the event. To get to Burswood Station, catch an Armadale/Thornlie Line train from Platform 4/5 at Perth Station.

After the event, there will be plenty of trains leaving Burswood Station to get you home again.

Timetabled buses will operate on a Sunday/public holiday timetable across the Transperth network.

Transperth spokesman David Hynes said it was important to plan your journey and be considerate of fellow passengers.

“On the Sunday afternoon, trains will be busier than usual because of the AFL at Optus Stadium, so allow some extra time and patience,” he said.

“Our $12.80 FamilyRider allows up to seven people (two standard and five concession fares) to travel all day anywhere on the network, so this offers great value for families attending the celebrations.

“If you plan to travel on a FamilyRider, make sure you leave a little extra time to buy the ticket – they are only available as a cash ticket, and are generally in hot demand on holidays like this.

For timetable information or to find out more on Transperth services on the WA Day long weekend, visit the Transperth website, download the Transperth App or call the Transperth InfoLine on 13 62 13.

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