PICA offers a range of services to make our gallery and performance spaces accessible to all.


Wheelchair Access

All gallery spaces are wheelchair accessible.

Wheelchair bookings can be made for all PICA performances. Please book over the phone or in person at PICA so that Front of House can make note of your requirements.

Wheelchair accessible toilets are available.


Companion Card

The Companion Card admits carers to shows as complimentary guests. Holders of this card are welcome to attend any performance presented by PICA. All companion card bookings must be made over the phone or in person at PICA.


Large Print Texts

Large print versions of texts accompanying exhibitions and performances are available from Front of House upon request.


ACROD Parking

General & ACROD car parking is available within the Perth Cultural Centre precinct. The closest ACROD accessible carparks with lift access to the Cultural Centre are the Cultural Centre car park, State Library carpark and Citiplace car park.


Audio Description

PICA is partnering with DADAA to offer Audio Description services for selected exhibitions and performances through the Access All Arts program.

Audio Description enhances live performance and visual art for people who are blind or vision impaired. An Audio Describer delivers a verbal description of the visual elements via a personal headset.

January – July Events:
Hatched: National Graduate Show 2016
Audio Described Tour
Saturday 2 July, 11am

July – December events:
Radical Ecologies 
Audio Described Tour
Saturday 20 August, 11am


Bookings: / 08 9228 6300 / in person at PICA
All bookings must be made by at least seven days in advance.


New Owner | The Last Great Hunt
Saturday 8 October, 1pm
Tickets: Standard – $15,
 Family of four – $52,
 Groups (8+) – $12 each
Suitability: All ages
Tactile Tour: Time to be confirmed

Bookings are essential. Places are limited, with only 15 audio description units available for this performance. Meeting times will be confirmed when booking.








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