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Make Transperth your first ride for this year’s Perth Royal Show

Don’t put up with traffic gridlocks and the struggle to find parking - Transperth services are the best and easiest way to get to and from the Perth Royal Show.

Extra services will be running during the course of the event and, with FamilyRider tickets just $13.10, there’ll be plenty of cash left over to splurge on showbags and rides.

Transperth spokesman David Hynes said Show week is the busiest single week on the Transperth calendar.

“Take the stress out of getting to the show and catch a train or bus,” Mr Hynes said. 

“Hundreds of extra services will operate to get thousands of patrons to and from the Showgrounds each day with minimal hassle.

“Bus feeder services connect to most stations, there are thousands of car parking spaces (free on weekends and public holidays) across the rail network, and all Fremantle Line services will stop at Showgrounds Station, so there are plenty of ways to get to the show that are easier than driving.”

FamilyRider tickets allow up to two standard (full fare) and five concession holders to travel on Transperth trains, buses and ferries from 9am weekdays (8.30am for Zones 5 to 9) and all day on weekends and public holidays

Once at the Showgrounds, patrons can stop by the Robinson Pavilion to learn more about the future of Perth’s rail network at a special METRONET stall.

With a Forrestfield-Airport Link flavour, the stall includes a giant video wall showing footage from the tunnel as well as showbags full of goodies for the kids.

Visit or download the Transperth App for more information.

Media contact:  9326 2526

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