The following road closures will be in place from 10am to midnight, Sunday 7 May 2023.
There will be road closures and parking restrictions in place on Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 May.
Road closures will be staggered, with the key closure time running 10am – 9pm on Sun 7 May.
The hatched area: You will notice the legend to the map and that much of the surrounding area is hatched. We asked the High Voltage organisers what that indicated and here’s what they kindly advised –
‘It is a bit of a complicated beast!
‘Basically everything within the hatched area is closed – Traffic management will not be allowing the public to drive down these streets looking for a close parking spot to the event. However any side street East of South Terrace will be open for local residents only, they will just need to speak with the traffic management on the day.
The streets between South Terrace Marine Terrace will be totally closed though as we can’t allow anyone to cross the event route during our closure times.’
The No Parking signage and car removals: We have also asked the organisers to advise about No Parking signage going up here and there and the prospect of cars being towed away. Here’s the good oil –
‘No Parking signs are going out along South Tce, Marine Tce, Norfolk St, Jenkins St and South St.
‘South Tce – Marine – Norfolk are all along the event route.
‘South St and Jenkins are for the PTA buses to get through the event space.
‘Rest assured, there will not be any towing of vehicles on Saturday. We are saying no parking on Saturday 6 along these roads to allow us time to install fencing and to ensure it is clear prior to everyone going out on Saturday night and leaving their cars.
We have been advised to close the street parking down from early Saturday to give us sufficient installation time and allow people enough time to clear vehicles. If the no-parking applied only from Sunday we would have no chance of it being cleared by event time.
‘If the car is still on those roads on Sunday morning it will be towed.’
Key Road Closures
Sun 7 May:
- 10am – 12am: South Terrace (Cappuccino Strip) / Market St to High St (full road closure)
- 10:30am – 6pm: South Terrace (full road closure and parking restrictions)
- 10:30am – 6pm Norfolk Street (full road closure)
- 10:30am – 6pm: Parry Street (full road closure)
- 11:00am – 5:30pm: Wray Ave (full road closure)
- 11:30am – 6pm: Douro Road (full road closure)
- 11:30am – 6pm: Marine Terrace (full road closure and parking restrictions)
Residential Road Closures with no vehicle access
Sun 7 May, 11am – 6pm:
- Arundel St, Bannister St, Collie St, Coral St, Douro Rd (Hickory St to Marine Tce), Essex Ln, Essex St, Gold St (houses 1-24), Grey St, Howard St, Little Howard St, Nairn St, Norfolk Ln, Norfolk St, Pakenham St, Price St, Russell St, Silver St (South of South Tce), Scott St (houses 1-10), Suffolk St, Wyola Ln, Yuna Ln
Partial Road Closure for local traffic only and restricted vehicle access to some residences
No access to/from South Tce. Sun 7 May, 10:30am – 6pm:
- Charles St: road closed with no access houses 1-10
- Harbour Rd: road closed with no access house 1-10
- Wray Ave: road closed with no access from Stevens St to South Tce
Fishing Boat Harbour Access / Fremantle Sailing Club Access
Please note this area will be under the management of traffic controllers and there may be some temporary delays between 1:30pm – 5pm.
- Access to Mews Road, Fishing Boat Harbour and Fremantle Sailing Club is via South Street to Marine Tce
- Entry to Fishing Boat Harbour and Mews Rd via Capo D’Orlando Dr
- Entry to Fremantle Sailing Club via main entry to the Club adjacent to Scott St
No on-street parking available from Sat 6 May 6am – Sun 7 May 6pm on South Terrace and Marine Terrace. Additional parking will be available for residents on Fremantle Park on event day with a shuttle bus in place to move residents where required.
There will be parking available along Marine Tce from Scott St to South St for local residents only.
You will find more info on High Voltage right here.
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