Experience the wonder and joy of a traditional Venetian Carousel right here at Elizabeth Quay.
There’s more family fun to the city with the opening of the Elizabeth Quay Carousel.
Built in the Veneto region of Northern Italy, the Elizabeth Quay Carousel has a combination of horses and carriages with hand-painted Venetian artworks – created by some of Europe’s best artisans.
The carousel is also set to traditional carousel music, which is sure to delight both the young and young at heart.
The carousel is a private venture by Rohan and Toni Milne.
Carousels have activated areas of the world such as San Sebastian in Spain, Paris under the Eiffel Tower, Central Park and Brooklyn in New York and now Elizabeth Quay will have its own world-class carousel to bring joy to WA families and tourists.
Carousel Opening Hours
- Opening to the public from 12PM Friday 23 December 2016 (closed Christmas Day)
- 9.30am – 8.30pm, 7 days a week
- Tickets are $5 per ride or $12 for three rides
Please note: Children over 1.1m in height are able to ride The Elizabeth Quay Carousel. Any child that is under this height must be accompanied by an adult for their own safety. Children under 1.1m ride for free with a paying adult. Children under the age of 1 are unable to ride the carousel.
For more information elizabethquaycarousel.com.au
The Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority manages Elizabeth Quay.
Update: An earlier version of this story suggested the Carousel was associated with the City of Perth, when in fact it was a private venture by Rohan and Toni Milne. The Carousel opens at 12pm December 23 2016. So Perth apologises for the earlier error.