Highway to Hell Sun 01 Mar Canning Highway Perth Festival will transform Canning Highway from Canning Bridge to the Old Fremantle Traffic Bridge into a rolling stage during its Highway to Hell closing event, paying respect to AC/DC’s original front man Bon Scott. Additional services will be running for the event but remember to plan your journey and allow plenty of extra travelling time as services will be busy. Travelling with your family? Grab a $13.10 FamilyRider (cash only) and travel with 7 people (up to two standard and five concession tickets) there and back – this means you can avoid the crowds at ticketing machines on your way home! Visit Tickets and Fares for more information. Below is a guide to help you plan your journey to Highway to Hell. Remember buses and trains are expected to be extremely busy so please be patient. Highway to Hell Zones: The Canning Bridge Zone Catch the train to Canning Bridge Station and take the short walk down Canning Highway. Canning Bridge is the perfect spot to watch the trucks kick off. Tompkins Park Zone There are two options to get to Tompkins Park: If you’re wanting to drive, park at Murdoch University (not Murdoch Station) and take a free shuttle bus to Wireless Hill and then a 10-15 minute walk to Tompkins Park. The shuttle bus (Route 667) will operate from Murdoch University to Wireless Hill every 5 minutes from 2.30pm to 4.30pm, then every 15 minutes until 6.00pm, then 6.30pm and 7.00pm. Return trips to Murdoch University will depart Davy Street at Wireless Hill from 7.00pm to 8.00pm. Alternatively, you can catch a train to Bull Creek Station and then jump on a free shuttle bus to Tompkins Park. The shuttle bus (Route 666) will operate from Bull Creek Station to Tompkins Park every 5 minutes from 2.30pm to 4.45pm. Return trips to Bull Creek Station will depart Tompkins Park from 7.00pm to 8.00pm. Tompkins Park will have a massive outdoor stage area featuring bands and the air guitar world-record competition. The Valley Zone Catch a train to Fremantle Station, then jump on a free shuttle bus to The Leopold Hotel in Bicton. The shuttle bus (Route 668) will operate from Fremantle Station to The Leopold Hotel every 5 minutes from 3.30pm to 5.45pm. Return trips to Fremantle Station will depart The Leopold Hotel from 8.00pm to 9.00pm. The Valley Zone is a great spot to watch the trucks roll by, plus there's the famous Leopold Hotel. The Rainbow Zone There are two options to get to The Rainbow Zone. Catch a train to Fremantle or North Fremantle Station followed by a short walk to the start of The Rainbow Zone at the Fremantle Traffic Bridge. Enjoy lots of roving performers, choirs, acrobats and kids activities at The Rainbow Zone. Due to the large scale nature of this event, there will be a number of road closures in place causing significant disruptions to a number of timetabled services. For more information, see Service Disruptions. Remember to use our JourneyPlanner for the latest information before you travel. For more information, call 13 62 13 (TIS: 13 14 50). Hearing or speech impaired? Call via NRS 133 677 and ask for 13 62 13.