Help! I haven’t received my tickets?
Okay, let’s check a few things first. Have you checked your Junk / Spam folder? As sometimes if you haven’t used Oztix before your email may end up in there. Also check that you spelt your email address correctly, one little mistake could mean your email not arriving in your inbox.
Once you have checked these things, then please can contact Oztix on 1300 762 545. Also you can arrive at the show and the friendly Oztix staff at the Ticketing Box Office can also assist.
Can I purchase my tickets at the gate?
Yes you can. However buying your ticket online before you come to the show has many benefits including FREE travel with Transperth, you get to jump the queue when you get to the show and you automatically go into the draw to win an a prize.
Can I return on another day? Do you have a Return Pass?
For our 2020 event we have a Return Pass. If there is too much to see in one day and you would like to come back another day, you can purchase a Return Pass from the Box Office for only $10 each.
Return passes must be purchased before you exit the venue (until 5pm) and only 1 return pass per ticket holder (Adult/Concession) is permitted to be purchased.
Is there somewhere I can store my purchases during the day and collect later?
A ‘Parcel Pick Up’ service will be available at Gate 12. Simply drop-off your purchase(s) and return to collect your goods later that same day with your car, via Shenton Road. This is a secure area and your goods will be supervised and signed in and out using photo ID. For use of this service a Gold Coin Donation to the Royal Flying Doctor Service is appreciated. Please note that goods must be collected the same day and cannot be left at Parcel Pickup overnight.
Where do I stamp the Passport to Freedom form?
There are 5 locations around the venue. Passport to Freedom stands are located at:
- Site 365
- Site 239
- Site 388
- Site 297
- Site 422
See our Show Map for locations.
Do I qualify for a concession ticket?
To qualify for a concession ticket you must be either a;
- Pensioner with a Pensioner Concession Card issued by a State or Territory of Australia.
- Senior citizen in possession of legitimate, Australian issued Senior Citizen Card, including WA Seniors Card.
- Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) Card.
- Full-time tertiary student in possession of a Student Identification Card.
Please be aware that all cards presented must be valid at the time they are presented and visitors will be asked to present the relevant concession card at the gate in order to gain entry.
Can I bring my dog or pet?
Unfortunately not, pets are not permitted within the RAS venue, with the exception of registered guide dogs.
What days are the free kids activities?
The free children’s activities are run on the weekend only – Saturday, 21st and Sunday, 22nd March 2020.
How can I avoid the queue?
The Perth Caravan & Camping Show attracts big crowds and this inevitably results in some delays when entering the Show, particularly around peak times.
The way to jump on the fast track is to purchase tickets online and take public transport to the venue. Not only is transport via the Transperth network free to and from the venue with all tickets purchased online, but you also go in the draw to win a prize (detail to be released).
When do tickets go on sale online?
Tickets are available to purchase online now.
Will it be difficult to get a car park?
The Royal Agricultural Society WA manages the car parking at the Claremont Showground, as owners of the venue they can fit more cars in than anyone, but please be aware parking onsite is limited and goes fast!
Parking onsite and in the Ashton triangle is $5.00 per vehicle (cash only). Please try to provide exact change to keep delays to a minimum. Car park attendants will direct you to a space and please remain patient during peak times.
Free offsite parking will be available on the weekend only (21st and 22nd March) at Swanbourne Primary School.
Alternatively, to avoid any parking hassles, purchase your ticket online and get FREE transport to and from the event with Transperth.
For more information on parking visit Travel and Parking.
Can I leave and later re-enter the Show on the same the day?
Yes, gate attendants will give you a pass out stamp that will allow you to re-enter the Show on the same day.
Is there disabled parking?
Dedicated ACROD parking is limited, so please arrive early to avoid disappointment. Upon approaching onsite parking marshals, please ensure your ACROD pass is clearly displayed so staff can direct you appropriately.
Alternatively, a drop off and pick up zone is available near the Gate 1 entry.
Can I hire a Mobility Scooter or Powerchair?
Mobility Scooter and Powerchair hire are available for hire onsite inside the Gate 1 entry, however, please be aware numbers are limited. This is managed by Motobility.
For more information on mobility scooter hire visit Accessibility.
Do companion card holders enter free?
We recognise the Companion Card and are happy to issue the cardholder with a second ticket for their companion at no charge.
Is smoking permitted?
The Perth Caravan & Camping Show is a smoke free event. Smoking is not allowed on the Showground or immediately outside the gates.
Is alcohol permitted?
No, alcohol is not permitted onsite.
Does the Show have a charity partner this year?
Yes, the 2020 charity partner is the Royal Flying Doctor Service.
What does my entry price cover?
With so much to do and see, it is almost impossible to narrow it down! Your ticket gets you access to all demonstrations, seminars, exhibits, entertainment, a free show bag as well as able to view and compare over 500 recreational vehicles all in the one place!
When you purchase your ticket online, you get FREE transport to and from the event with Transperth.
Food and beverage outlets are available onsite in and around the venue, visit Food & Drink.
With plenty of tables, chairs and shady spots available, visitors are also permitted to bring along food and drink for a picnic.
Do you have a Map of the Show?
Absolutely! A foldable map of the show will be available at all the Information Booths, the show map also includes your entry form to the Passport to Freedom competition.
How do I find out what’s happening and where?
The official 2020 Perth Caravan & Camping Show Liftout will be published in The Sunday Times on 15th March 2020, with extra copies available at the Show.
What if my child becomes lost?
Should you and your child become separated at the Show, please advise event staff at one of the information booths or the organiser’s office, located near the Grandstand. All lost persons will be cared for at the organiser’s office and announcements made over the public address system.
Can I bring a picnic?
Absolutely! You are welcome to bring a picnic lunch and there are plenty of areas around the ground to sit and relax. Please be aware alcohol is not permitted onsite.
What if I feel unwell?
Event Health Management will provide medical assistance onsite for the duration of the Show. Please refer to Show Map for for First Aid location. Do not hesitate to ask an event official for assistance if you feel unwell.