Langley Park

Between Victoria Avenue & Plain Street, Riverside Drive

East Perth



08 9461 3333

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Langley Park was created by land reclamation between 1921 and 1935, in response to the need for public open space near the city. Major (later Sir) Norman Brearly used this park as an airstrip when he pioneered civil aviation in Western Australia in the 1920's, a time when aviation was routinely perilous. 

The airstrip was re-named Langley Park after the Acting Lord Mayor, TW Langley, who on 3 August 1937, opened the first section of Riverside Drive. 

Langley Park is located along Riverside Drive between Victoria Avenue and Plain Street.

Veles e Vents

Explosions of music and movement, the elemental collision of fire meeting sea, fireworks shooting an unforgettable array of light into the night sky. Get ready to be elated and submerged in this dazzling experience. 


Internationally renowned for dramatic live circus, blending jaw-dropping skills with untamed elegance and a subversive edge, NoFit State Circus hits Australia for the first time with a knockout performance under a spectacular big top. 

Please plan your arrival: 

Picnicking welcome from 6.30pm for Veles e Vents, with performance commencing at 8pm.

Paid parking is available at the east end of Langley Park.

Public transport information is available at  


The venue is wheelchair accessible.  


Langley Park is located one street south of the main Perth city bus route of St Georges Terrace/Adelaide Terrace, within the Perth City Free Transit Zone (FTZ). Please visit the Transperth website to plan your journey.

Transperth InfoLine: 13 62 13 
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Limited paid parking is available at the East and West ends of Langley Park. 



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