The National Multicultural Festival was held in the heart of the city centre and was easily accessible. Parking was limited, so other means of transportation to the Festival was recommended.
There was limited access to roads between Northbourne Avenue, London Circuit, Akuna Street and Cooyong Street from 6:00am Thursday 14 February to 6:00am Monday 18 February.
The following roads were closed during the Festival:
London Circuit (between Northbourne Ave and Akuna Street)
Akuna Street (Saturday 4:00pm-6:00pm)
Bunda Street (between Akuna Street and Genge Street)
Scotts Crossing (West - no access to Bunda Street)
Petrie Street (West - no access to Bunda Street)
Genge Street (West- no access to Bunda Street)
Transport Canberra buses was a great way of getting to the Festival, and very reasonably priced.
Accessible parking was available on London Circuit across the road from Bailey's Corner. Canberra Centre has 34 accessible parking bays located within the Centre car park. For more information please contact the Canberra Centre Car Park Management Office on 02 6248 7844.
Accessible drop-off points are designed to assist people with limited mobility to be dropped-off at the festival and picked up. They can be accessed via Bunda Street and London Circuit. Parking is strictly not permitted and vehicles must display an authorised disability permit.
Canberra has a vast array of shared paths, footpaths and on-road cycling lanes. View the Cycling & Walking Map to work out your best route.