FAQ

FAQ

The Beer & Beef Festival at Burswood Parklands is a short walk from Burswood Train Station and Victoria Park Bus Station – so there are a plethora of ways to get there safely!

For those wanting to drive, the Crown Casino precinct has plenty of free parking options available to you.

The WA Beer & Beef Festival is an entirely cashless event! We use EFTPOS at every bar, food stall and market stall. This means you can use your own EFTPOS, Mastercard or Visa card anywhere – no tokens, re-loadable wristbands, no extra charge.

Mums and Dads, you’re welcome to bring your children to the Festival with you – however they must be closely supervised at all times. Please get in touch with us at info@beerandbeeffestival.com.au if you require further clarification on this.

Children under the age of 18 do not require an entry ticket – just bring them along!

You’re welcome to bring a picnic blanket with you and set them up on the grass at Elizabeth Quay.

Unfortunately, there are no chairs allowed though.  There are plenty of seating options at the Festival.

The Ticket Booth will be open from 10.45am and the Festival gates open at 11am

There will be a limited amount of door sales available on both days of the Festival, however we would strongly recommend purchasing your tickets online to avoid missing out.  It’s also cheaper to buy them online, it’s $5 more to buy them on the door.

The Beer & Beef Festival gladly welcomes guests with a companion card and they are more than welcome to bring a carer in free of charge.

There are Beer (and Cider) Tasting Cards available for purchase with your ticket or at the Festival.

10 Tasters costs $30 (they are big tasters – 120ml each)!  The best way to sample the 75+ Beers on offer!

We have plenty of options for the non-beer drinkers including specialty cider producers and cocktails! Wine and various soft drinks will also be available at the Festival.

No outside food or drink is allowed inside. There is free drinking water available inside the Festival.