The annual Have a Go Day, LiveLighter Event is back this Wednesday 13 November 2019.
Come along to Burswood Park for free activities and information on activities, clubs, groups for over 50’s and to speak to service providers from throughout the Perth metropolitan area including our Ezy-Car team!
Wednesday 13 November 2019
9:00am to 3.00pm
At Burswood Park, Great Eastern Highway, Burswood WA 6100
This is free event, held by the Seniors Recreation Council of WA Inc and includes free tea, coffee, bottled water and a free shuttle bus service will be available from Burswood train station.
With over 40 activities to participate in at various times during the day and well over 200 exhibitors, the day will be one not to be missed!
Come and say hello to our Ezy-Car Team who will be there too!
Did you know we can customise our service to meet any transport requirement you may have including:
Door to door assisted travel to and from hospital and specialist appointments.
Day outings to libraries, senior’s clubs, community and family events.
Trips to the shopping centre, bank, pharmacy and hairdressers.
Wheelchair accessible transportation available.
Your carer or family member is welcome to accompany you.
We offer a discount for those who frequently require transport and would like to book their Ezy-Car travel in advance.
Contact our dedicated Transport Co-ordinator today on 08 9365 9755 to discuss how we can assist you and to arrange your travel with Ezy-Car.
What a fantastic response we received to our competition to win a $100 voucher to spend at the multi award winning Sandalford Restaurant plus transport there and back with Ezy-Car. Thank you to everyone who entered. In this instance there is only one winner…. drum roll….
Congratulations to Leyla Charlesworth from Attadale! We are all excited for you and hope you have a wonderful experience at Sandalford and while travelling with Ezy-Car.
We have some other awesome competitions in the pipeline so keep your eyes open on social media to find out more over the next month.
Remember Ezy-Car is always here for you 24 hours a day 7 days a week. If you haven’t travelled with us before, give us a go. We are so confident with the service we provide that we guarantee to be on-time or your ride is FREE.
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As all Australians, New Zealanders and Turks know, the 25th April marks the anniversary of the landing of Australian and New Zealand forces on Turkey’s Gallipoli peninsula in 1915.
ANZAC Day gives us all a chance to reflect on the sacrifice made by so many who lost their lives in the defence of freedom during World War I and during the conflicts throughout the world since. We also take the time to honour those who survived, bearing the physical and mental scars of conflict.
Here is a full list of ANZAC Day services across the Perth metropolitan area taking place on 25 April 2019*:
5.15am – parade assembles at Armadale RSL, 5.20am parade form up, 1 Commerce Avenue, 5.30am parade marches off, 5.40am dawn service commences in the Armadale Memorial Park, Jull St Armadale, 6.30am gunfire breakfast at RSL sub-branch, 7am bar opens, coffee can available, light music and two-up.
10.45am – service held at the memorial in Hooper Park.
6.00am – dawn service, Ballajura Community Peace Park, Illawarra Crescent South, Ballajura.
10.30am – Gather and form up behind Bassendean Hotel for Parade. 10.45am – Parade step off. 11.00am – Memorial Service, Bassendean War Memorial, Guildford Road, Bassendean, 12pm lunch served at Eastern Regional RSL Hall, 2pm – two-up and live music
6.00am – Dawn Service, Halliday Park, Coode Street, Bayswater.
BEDFORD – MORLEY
2.00pm – memorial service, corner of Beaufort and Salisbury Streets, Bedford.
After the service meet at the RSL Hall, corner of Grand Promenade and Craven Street for light refreshments.
6.00am – Dawn Service & Wreath Laying, Blackboy Hill Commemorative Site. 6.45am – Light refreshments available. 8.30am – ANZAC Day memorial service, Midland Railway Workshops Peace Memorial. 9.20am – Morning tea available. 12.10pm – Parade assemble at Helen Street Hall. 12.15pm – Parade march off. 12.30pm – ANZAC Day Service, Bellevue RSL Hall, 2 Purton Place, Bellevue.
At completion of service, a light lunch is provided and liquid refreshments are available. Two-up is played outdoors.
Parking: Available adjacent to and opposite the RSL Sub-Branch and in car park opposite the Midland Workshops Peace Memorial.
5.30am – Dawn Service, Forster Park, Abernethy Road Cloverdale.
On completion – Gunfire Breakfast, City of Belmont RSL, 22 Leake Street, Ascot for $5.
BICTON – PALMYRA
6.00am – dawn service outside RSL, 28 Foss Street, Bicton, 7.00am gunfire breakfast.
Finger food provided at sub-branch from 12:30pm with a live band (Twice Shy) from 2.00pm-6.00pm.
BULLSBROOK & DISTRICTS RSL
5.45am – street match Cantata Ave to Hurd Rd to RSL Hall, 6 Hurd Road in Bullsbrook, 6.00am dawn service, 6.30am gunfire breakfast
Parking: local school, surrounding streets, rear carpark, RSL Hall
7.50am – march/form up in front of West Leederville Town Hall, 8.00am morning service at cenotaph
Parking: Parking on site at the cenotaph including disabled bays and good wheelchair access
6.00am – Dawn service, 6.30am – Gunfire Breakfast, Canning Districts RSL Sub-Branch, 162 Wharf Street, Cannington, 7.30am – muster for march, 7.45am – the local Community Honorary March and Ceremony at the Memorial, in the Civic Centre Park on Carden Street, behind the City of Canning offices, Albany Hwy, Cannington.
Members and guests will return to the Sub-Branch, 9am – bar will open, 10am – morning tea, 11am – two-up, 1pm – lunch available for gold coin donation.
8am – breakfast at the Village Green, cnr Old Northam and Thomas Roads, 9.15am – Anzac Day march, Memorial Avenue to War Memorial on the Village Green, 9.30am – service, 10.30am – morning tea
Street Parking available on Thomas Street and Memorial Avenue. Wheelchair access to Village Green and War Memorial. Toilet facilities available on Village Green and close to War Memorial.
7.30am – service, Claremont War Memorial, cnr Stirling Highway and Bay View Terrace, Lions Club Breakfast to follow in Claremont Park
5.30am – Dawn Service followed by Community Gunfire Breakfast, City of Cockburn War Memorial, Rockingham Road and Carrington Street. 9.50am – Parade leaves Cockburn RSL, 73 Frederick Road, Hamilton Hill, and proceeds to City of Cockburn War Memorial for service. 10.30am – Service.
Road closures around the Memorial will be in place from 5am-7am and again between 9.50 and 11.30am.
There is parking available at various points near the War Memorial and the Memorial Hall, ensure that you are parked prior to the road closures. There is parking available in the park area at the corner of Hamilton Road and Rockingham Road. After the Services parking is available at the Sub-Branch.
6.45am – Parade and attendees muster at the top (Southern) gate (opposite Loma Street). 7.00am – Parade marches off from top gate towards main lawn. 7.10am – ANZAC Day service commences. 8.00am – Service concludes.
6.00am – dawn service, Dawesville War Memorial, Estuary Drive, 7.00am gunfire breakfast, Port Bouvard Recreation and Sporting Club, 1 Thisbe Drive
5.55am – Assemble, Ellenbrook District Open Space, corner Bordeaux Lane and Maffina Parade, Ellenbrook. 6.00am – March on. 6.05am – Dawn service. 7am – Gunfire Breakfast.
5.30am – Dawn Service, Monument Hill, Fremantle, 9.00am – Service at the Fallen Soldier Memorial Park, North Fremantle. 10.30am – ANZAC Parade through Fremantle
6.00am – assemble at Coles carpark, Gosnells City Centre, 6.30am March off to Memorial, 7.00am service starts at Memorial, 8.00am gunfire breakfast
Parking: Coles carpark
6.00am – Dawn Service & Wreath Laying, Blackboy Hill Commemorative Site. 6.45am – Light refreshments available. 8.30am – ANZAC Day memorial service, Midland Railway Workshops Peace Memorial. 9.20am – Morning tea available. 12.10pm – Parade assemble at Helen Street Hall. 12.15pm – Parade march off. 12.30pm – ANZAC Day Service, Bellevue RSL Hall, 2 Purton Place, Bellevue. At completion of service, a light lunch is provided and liquid refreshments are available. Two-up is played outdoors.
Parking: Available adjacent to and opposite the RSL Sub-Branch and in car park opposite the Midland Workshops Peace Memorial.
9.00am – Memorial Service, Stirling Square, Guildford.
HOLLYWOOD PRIVATE HOSPITAL
2.30pm – ANZAC Service, Main Foyer, Hollywood Private Hospital. 3.15pm – Wreath laying. On Completion – Those attending are invited to enjoy afternoon tea.
5.45am – Dawn Service, Joondalup Memorial, Central Park, Joondalup. 6.30am – Morning Tea.
Free parking is available within close proximity to Central Park and tea, coffee and Anzac biscuits will be provided after the service concludes.
5.45am – Assemble at Kostera Oval Memorial. 6.00am – Dawn Service.6.30am – Gunfire Breakfast, Agricultural Hall in Kostera Oval.
Parking: Parking at Kalamunda High School, Kalamunda shopping precinct and street parking allowed except around Kostera Oval. All areas have wheel chair access. Kalamunda SES will be assisting at the Dawn Service.
5.30am – Gather for Dawn Service at Kwinana War Memorial Park, Pace Road, Medina, 6am – Dawn Service, 6.30am – Gunfire Breakfast, Medina Hall, gold coin donation. 10.30am – March from Hoyle Road, Medina. 11.00am – ANZAC Day Service, War Memorial, Pace Road, Medina. On completion – Light refreshments, RSL Club.
Parking: Parking available at Medina shop precinct and Senior Citizens car park Harlow Road. Disabled parking at rear of monument on Pace Road.
5.45am – Dawn Service at Harold Park, Gingin Road, march to Endeavour Tavern followed by gunfire breakfast for $15 or $25 (including free flow beer).
5.55am – call to order, 6am – Dawn Service, Mandurah War Memorial, 11 Leighton Place, Halls Head, 6.45am – gunfire breakfast at City of Mandurah Sub-Branch, 20-22 Rouse Road, Greenfields, 9.30am – parade forms up at the corner of Pinjarra Road and Leslie Street, 10.30am – parade steps off, 11am – main service, Mandurah War Memorial, 11 Leighton Place, Halls Head,On completion of the Service, Veterans, and members of the public are invited back to the City of Mandurah RSL for fellowship and two-Up.
Parking is available on Hall Park adjacent to the Mandurah War Memorial and off Leighton Street. Access parking is available for those with ACROD stickers. Members of the Mandurah SES will be directing parking.
Parking: street parking. Nedlands Council arrangements
6.00am – Dawn Service at Cenotaph outside RSL, 68 Sylvia Street Nollamara. 6.30am – Gunfire Breakfast inside RSL Hall. 12.30pm – Light lunch. 2.00pm – Two-up inside RSL Hall. 4.00pm – Live music.
Parking: Along Sylvia Street and rear of RSL Hall also at Autumn Centre carpark next to RSL.
5.30am – Assemble at the Memorial, Charles Riley Reserve, On Completion – Gunfire Breakfast at North Beach Bowling Club, 7 Kitchener Street, North Beach. 1
Parking at Charles Riley Oval and North Beach Primary School. The Memorial precinct is wheelchair friendly.
6.00am – dawn service at Northam Memorial Hall, 6.30am – gunfire breakfast at hall, 10.20am – parade form up off Grey Street, 11am – service at hall.
5.45am – Dawn Service, Ocean Reef Sports Club, Harbour Quays, Ocean Reef. 6.30am – Gunfire Breakfast continues until bar closing. 8.00am – Two-up, pop-up bar facilities.
Parking: Parking at Ocean Reef Marina, no charge
6.00am – dawn service, State War Memorial, Fraser Avenue, Kings Park & Botanic Garden, RSLWA recommends that participants arrive from 5.00am onwards. Lights will go out at 5.50am.
7.00am – 9.00am gunfire breakfast, Stirling Gardens, cnr St Georges Terrace and Barrack Street, Perth City. The community is invited to attend a gunfire breakfast, to share the spirit of Anzac Day. Supported by Rotary WA, the Gunfire Breakfast at Government House Gardens is open to all. Bacon and egg rolls with tea and coffee will be served.
From 9.00am there will be a march through the city streets, with the Australian Defence Force stepping off from the corner of Barrack Street and St George’s Terrace, followed by veteran-carrying vehicles and military jeeps, and the Ex-Services Unit, Corps, Regimental Associations. The March will head east along St Georges Terrace, turn right onto Victoria Avenue and into Langley Park.
From 11am there will be a commemorative service featuring the Salvation Army Perth Fortress Band and choir brought together from the Perth Modern School Choirs, Chorus Angelicus, Phoenix and Schola Cantor.
6am – Dawn Service, Pinjarra War Memorial, Pinjarra Road. 6.30am-8am – Gunfire Breakfast at Pinjarra RSL Sub-Branch, 1889 Pinjarra Road, Pinjarra, $5 per person, 10.30am – assemble at the Edenvale Carpark in Murray Street, 10.40am – form up under the supervision of the parade commander and marshalls, 10.50am- march step off. The route will be from the Edenvale Car Park, left into Murray Street, proceed along Murray Street with the salute being taken at the Fire Brigade. Proceed to Pinjarra Rd and halt at the War Memorial, 11am – service, Pinjarra War Memorial, on completion – sausage sizzle, raffles and two-up. Entertainment by the Perth Highland Pipe Band.
Parking available at Pinjarra RSL Sub-Branch.
6am – Dawn Service, Village Green, Patterson Road, Rockingham, 6.30am – gunfire breakfast, Port Kennedy RSL Sub-Branch, 27 Paxton Way, Port Kennedy, 10.30am – March, Wanliss Street, Rockingham. 12pm – Fellowship, two-up and food, Port Kennedy RSL Sub-Branch, 27 Paxton Way, Port Kennedy.
Parking available at Quinns Rocks Sports & Social Club, Tapping Way, Quinns Rocks and at Gumblossom Community Centre, Gumblossom Way, Quinns Rocks.
6.00am – Dawn Service, Riverton RSL Sub-Branch, 153 High Road, Willetton. On Completion – Gunfire Breakfast, Riverton RSL Sub-Branch, 153 High Road, Willetton.
Ample parking available at the front and rear of club. Wheelchair access is available for the Service downstairs, but not for the breakfast upstairs. The Riverton RSL Sub-Branch does have a chairlift.
5.45am – Dawn Service at Cenotaph, Flinders Lane. 10.00am – March/Form up in front of Churchill Park, Rockingham Beach Road. 10.30am – March step off. 11.00am – Main service at Cenotaph, Flinders Lane.
Parking: Access to Flinders Lane, Rockingham Beach Road, Kent Street and Rail Terrace will close from 9.00am until 12.00pm therefore limited parking available on the foreshore. Catch 555 Bus from Railway Station or Shopping Centre to Foreshore area.
6.00am – Dawn Service, Thomson Bay Foreshore, Rottnest Island.
6.00am – all-night vigil by 1 Wembley Downs Scout Group concludes, 3.00pm – Slow March of Scout Catafalque Party to Memorial, Scarborough RSL Memorial Garden, Shearn Crescent & Millcrest Street, Doubleview, ANZAC Day Service. On Completion | Afternoon tea at adjacent Bowling Club Hall.
Substantial parking in grounds of Bowling Club and Bennett Park next door. More street parking around Bennett Park on all four sides.
SERPENTINE – JARRAHDALE
6.00am – Dawn Service, ANZAC Memorial Park, Cnr Doley Road and ANZAC Crescent. 7.00am –Gunfire Breakfast, Byford Country Club, 12pm – two-up
Parking:Parking is opposite the Memorial Park. Road closures in place, and it is wheelchair friendly.
6.45am – parade assembles at the corner of King Street and Onslow Road, Shenton Park, 7am – service held outside the Shenton Park Community Centre, 240 Onslow Rd, Shenton Park, on completion – Morning tea will be served inside the centre.
Parking is available on the surrounding streets although a road closure will be in place around the Community Centre prior to and following the service. Wheelchair access is available.
SIR JOHN MONASH RSL
Dawn service to begin immediately following the State service, Jewish War Memorial, Kings Park. All are welcome.
7.00am – ANZAC Day Service, South Perth Memorial Gardens, Corner of South Terrace & Sandgate Street, South Perth. Morning tea will be available after the service in the Council Hall.
Parking is available on the oval in Sandgate Street next to the Council offices. Wheelchair access available.
7.50am – March assembles, Subiaco Post Office, Subiaco. 8.00am – March up Rokeby Road to the Fallen Soldiers Memorial, corner of Hamersley & Rokeby Roads, Subiaco.
Plenty of street parking available in Rokeby Road and adjacent streets.
5.45am – Dawn Service, Toodyay War Memorial, ANZAC Avenue, Toodyay. On completion – Gunfire Breakfast, Clifton Street, Toodyay. 10.30am – Parade form up on Stirling Terrace, outside Memorial Hall. 11.00am – Main Service, Toodyay War Memorial. 12.00pm – Drinks/Refreshments at Toodyay Club.
War Memorial is wheelchair friendly. Entrance off Clinton Street. Parking available outside IGA and then walk 3 minutes over railway line to Memorial.
5.45pm – ANZAC Eve Service, Victoria Park RSL Sub-Branch, 1 Fred Bell Parade East Victoria Park.
Parking on Millen Primary School Oval, near Playfield Street Park.
5.45am – Dawn Service, City of Wanneroo Memorial Park, Civic Drive, Wanneroo. 7.00am – March. On Completion – Gunfire Breakfast.
Parking only for Veterans wearing medals and ACROD at Memorial Car Park. Other parking available at Wanneroo Central Shopping Centre and Wanneroo Civic Chambers.
5.30am – Dawn service at Yanchep Sports and Social Club, 81 Yanchep Beach Road, Gunfire Breakfast afterwards, 11.30am – Commemoration Service, RSL Memorial Garden in front of Yanchep Inn, Yanchep National Park
YOKINE – JOONDANNA
12.45pm – Service with a laying of wreaths at 10 Wordsworth Avenue in Yokine. On completion – sausage sizzle plus bar facilities
5.45am – Gather at Mt Brown Lookout. 6.00am – Service. 7.00am – Breakfast at RSL Hall, Avon Terrace. 10.30am – Form up, RSL Hall. 10.45am – March off. 10.58am – Arrive at War Memorial. 11.00am – Ceremony commences. 12.00pm – Ceremony concludes. 12.30pm – Lunch and refreshments, RSL Hall.
ANZAC Day is often one of the only times of the year, where old comrades, and lifetime friends, meet to reminisce about the times they spent together under unique situations and to remember those who are no longer with them.
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Our chauffeurs are able to collect passengers from multiple stops and are happy in assist in any way they can. With a variety of vehicles available, groups of passengers can travel together with Ezy-Car to and from ANZAC services.
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If you were thinking about heading away at the last minute for a camping trip over the long weekend, you may want to think again…
According to the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions the majority of State-run facilities are booked out. Missing out on camping over Easter isn’t the end of the world when there’s heaps of wonderful family friendly events planned all over Perth to keep you well and truly entertained.
Become an Egg-Spert at Perth Zoo
The kids will have a ball following the interactive trail to match the eggs with their parents and let them get creative in the Wild Zone, using egg cartons and help make papier-mâché eggs to hide Easter treats in for the animals. You might even have the opportunity to get up-close and meet one of Perth Zoo’s resident egg-laying reptiles.
Perth Zoo has arranged fantastic activities for kids of all ages, not just during the Easter long weekend but to enjoy all throughout the school holidays.
Check out Perth Zoo’s website to view the timetable of what’s happening and when.
Let loose at Adventure World
There’s less than two weeks to go before the AW season ends! Although Autumn has well and truly settled in this week, the temperature forecasts from Sunday are looking up with a max of 23°C anticipated for Monday. Still a little chilly for waterslides? Don’t forget there’s plenty of heart-stopping rides to enjoy where you don’t have to worry about getting wet.
The kids will have a chance to win prizes when they join in on the Easter Egg Hunt on Good Friday. There will be a visits from Dragon’s Kingdom’s own Yarli, Yarlotte and Flossy too.
Two world class Duck Races will be held with the chance to win some amazing prizes on Easter Saturday 20 April 2019.
This annual community event is hosted by the combined Rotary Clubs of Mandurah. The no entry fee event is held on the Eastern Foreshore of Mandurah Terrace, Mandurah. Throughout the day enjoy live local entertainment, bands and dancers on the main stage and of course the Duck Races!
Money raised throughout the day will be used to support local Surf Lifesaving and Family and People in Mandurah Who are Doing it Tough.
Find out more and about how you can participate in the races here.
Picnic time for Teddy Bears!
Head to Kingsway Dinosaur Playground in Madeley on Easter Saturday for a Teddy Bears Picnic between 5.00pm and 9.00pm.
There will be activities for all ages, delicious food trucks, entertainment, games and stilt walkers.
Make sure the kids bring along their best dressed teddies for a chance to win one of many spot prizes for best teddy bear picnic setup throughout the night.
The 2019 Fremantle International Street Arts Festival is here!
Over the Easter long weekend, the streets of Fremantle will be transformed into an open-air theatre of the amazing, weird and wacky, while Fremantle’s famous alfresco dining steps up a notch, with pop-up bars and eateries extending into the streets.
And there’s Easter Egg Hunts Galore!
Easter Egg Hunt at Yagan Square
On Saturday, bring the kids into the city for a special Easter egg hunt. Find one of the little yellow chicks hiding in the Amphitheatre and in the playground at Yagan Square and then collect your free treat from Sue Lewis Chocolatier in the Market Hall.
Golden Egg Hunt throughout Cathedral Square
Start at the City of Perth library to pick up your Golden Egg Hunt brochure and then head off to find all the golden eggs located throughout Cathedral Square to win prizes!
The Golden Egg Hunt will be running until 30 April 2019 so if your weekend ends up jammed packed with activities, there’s still time.
Easter Egg Hunt at the Island
This Good Friday bring the kids to the Elizabeth Quay pirate playground to search for treasure… chocolate treasure! The kids can meet the Easter Bunny, enter an Easter colouring in competition AND eat whatever chocolate they can find! For the grown ups, the pizza oven will be fired up so you can relax, enjoy the view and stay for lunch.
How to organise a ride with Ezy-Car for you and your family over the Easter long weekend in Perth
First term of the school year is almost over already!
If you’re flying away these school holidays, don’t forget to book your airport transfers. Luckily, not only is there Ezy-Car but also the option of Ezy-Van and Ezy-Bus too depending on the number of passengers and the amount of luggage you are travelling with.
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With 2019 well underway, we appreciate your support as we continue to invest in our operations to bring you the best in service, quality and solutions for your ground transport requirements.
The Department of Transport for Western Australia has announced that the new Transport (Road Passenger Services) Act 2018 will have an impact on all on-demand transport providers.
The Act includes a mandatory Levy, which will be applied to the fare of all transport bookings for vehicles that seat less than 12 passengers. This includes Charter, Taxis’ and Uber.
The On-demand passenger transport Levy (the Levy) will fund the buyback of the Perth metropolitan taxi plates. The Levy is temporary.
The Levy will be 10% of every fare to a maximum of $10 per trip. It will commence on 1 April 2019 and is anticipated to be in place for four to five years. Therefore from this time, you will see an increase of 10% to all bookings to reflect the Levy.
The Levy will not be applicable to:
Vehicles carrying 12 or more passengers
Bookings for transport outside of Western Australia
Bookings that begin or end outside the Perth metropolitan area including the Peel region.
We understand the impact and disruption that this government Levy may cause. Please be assured that we have made every effort to avoid being included as part of this Levy.
No need to feel sad that this year’s wonderful Fringe Festival has come to an end. There’s still an amazing array of events taking place here in Perth allowing you to continue to make the most of the long summer nights. Here’s just a few suggestions of what’s on this week…
British rock royalty Arctic Monkeys are over the moon to announce the band’s return to Australia for a mammoth run of shows in 2019, kicking it off in style in Perth at RAC Arena this Saturday.
Gracing our shores for the very first time, Eminem’s live show illustrates exactly why he remains the “greatest in the world” of hip hop.
The Detroit rap icon’s rapid-fire flow, expansive phrasing and acerbic lyrics are awe-inspiring to witness live.
If you’ve been wanting to check out the Twilight Hawkers Market but haven’t quite got around to it, then we suggest you make plans! There are only SIX markets left this season! Head to Forrest Chase this Friday for some delicious dinner (and dessert ?)!
PERTH WILDCATS VS BRISBANE BULLETS
The Perth Wildcats have qualified for their 33rd consecutive NBL Finals campaign!
Support the league’s most successful team at RAC Arena next Thursday.
Tickets go on sale from 9am (local time) Friday 22 February 2019 through Ticketek.
Don’t want to worry about finding a car park or running late?