Kick off the weekend with good coffee, good food and good times at Barrack Street Jetty, every Saturday morning from 8am.

Enjoy local made goods, fresh made produce and live music. $5 yoga lessons, free kids activities, animal farm, $5 face painting and hula hooping. Relax by the river, enjoy a nice walk, spot a dolphin and take a sneak peek at the amazing Elizabeth Quay before it opens.

Get down there by foot, ferry, bike, train, free CAT bus or enjoy $5 Super Saturday Parking.

CPP - Point Fraser Car park

  • $5 Saturday day rate
  • Park for up to 10 hours between 6am & 6pm
  • Enjoy a 15-20 min walk along the promenade from Point Fraser to the markets

CPP- Pier St Car Park

  • $10.00 Saturday day rate
  • Park for up to 10 hours between 6am & 6pm

Download the City of Perth parking app

Another option is to pre-book a $5 car bay at Central Park thanks to Wilson Parking

  • Park all day on the weekend at Central Park car park for just $5
  • Entry from 6am, exit before midnight
  • bookabay.com.au using code: ELIZABETH

Check back soon for more great parking offers or get updates at Swan River Community Markets Facebook page

Where

Barrack Street Jetty

Elizabeth Quay, Barrack Street and Riverside Drive, Perth, WA, 6000

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