• Parking
  • Event Location
  • Roads affected by closures

Roads re-open at 10.30pm. Full details of road closure timings can be found on the event map pdf and road closure details page below.


Enjoy the largest Australia Day festivities in the country by celebrating the 34th year of City of Perth Skyworks. Head down with family or close friends and enjoy a picnic while revelling at the beauty of the Perth skyline.
Full of music, dance, art and food, the Birak Concert celebrates Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and communities.
Then as the night closes in secure your spot on the foreshore to watch the spectacular fireworks display. The fireworks will commence at 8pm for 30 minutes, finishing at 8.30pm.

Click here for the official welcome from our Skyworks partners.

Langley Park Entertainment Zone

Birak Concert

Kings Park Viewing Area

South Perth Celebration Zone

Frequently Asked Questions

What time do the fireworks commence?

Is this event free?

Can I use my drone at Skyworks?

How do I best get to the city on the day?

Will there be any road closures in the lead up to Skyworks?

When will the road closures end?

Where is the best place to view the fireworks?

Where is the best place to park to attend Skyworks?

Will the city train stations be operational?

Can I bring and drink alcohol at Skyworks?

I have a boat/water vessel, are there any water restrictions?

Can I swim in the Swan River on the day?

What is the Skyworks Photo Competition?

Will there be drinking water?

What should I bring to the event?

Can I bring large items?

What can't I bring to Skyworks?

Will Skyworks be Audio Described and Auslan Interpreted?

Will there be ACROD parking?

What does the City of Perth do to help keep the event clean?

Other Useful Information

Lost Children 

There will be five Lost Child points within the 2018 City of Perth Australia Day Skyworks event areas, staffed by the Constable Care Child Safety Foundation.

The Lost Child points will be located at Langley Park, Kings Park, South Perth foreshore and Supreme Court Gardens.

Parents can assist by taking note of the following:

  • Ensure your child knows or is in possession of a contact phone number. Parents can collect a Constable Care Safety Band from one of the five Lost Child points in advance, write their contact details on it and attach it to their child’s wrist.
  •  Take note of what your child is wearing, or take a photo on your mobile device in case it is needed.
  • Educate your children about staying together, what to do if they can’t find you and who to ask for help (such as a Police Officer, Security Guard or at a Lost Child Point) 

If you lose a child

Please check in with the Lost Child point closest to you. If your child is not there, Constable Care Child Safety Foundation staff will contact the Police immediately to assist in locating your child.

If you find a lost child

Accompany the lost child to the nearest Lost Child point. Alternatively, a Police Officer or Security Guide will accompany children to the nearest Lost Child point.

If you are accompanying children to Skyworks 2018, please make a Lost Child point your first stop to ensure a safe and fun day for the whole family.

First Aid 

A number of First Aid Stations will be located around the foreshore on Langley Park, Supreme Court Gardens, Kings Park, Matilda Bay and Sir James Mitchell Park.  

Please make note of the nearest First Aid Station to you and if required please ask Event or Security staff for directions to the nearest First Aid Station.

Prohibited at Skyworks

At Skyworks 2018, the City of Perth together with Howard and Sons Pyrotechnics provide the fireworks.

Please do not bring any of the following prohibited items to Skyworks viewing or entertainment areas:

  • Sparklers
  • Barbeques
  • Open flames
  • Flares 
  • Drones

Contact: 08 9461 3333

Skyworks supported by

  • Lotterywest
  • Mix94.5
  • Channel 7
  • City of Perth