The City of Gosnells is committed to creating events that are inclusive, accessible and equally enjoyable for the entire community.

Our team aims to ensure all our guests feel respected, welcomed, and comfortable when visiting major events within the City of Gosnells.

We welcome your suggestions for how we can continue to improve our accessible offering.

Social Story

For the first time at a City of Gosnells major event, Jingle All the Way has a social story.  Social Stories aid people with autism, learning and/or intellectual disability prepare for a visit to a large event of his nature.

Our social story provides details relating to the event and what to expect as a visitor.

To download a copy please click here - Social Story


This event is free to attend, no ticket is required.

There is a solid pathway throughout the Civic Centre Gardens and Centennial Pioneer Park.  There are no gates or doorways to pass through to access the event site however there are some gradients and hills across the site. Please be aware that the main stage and finale concert is held on the grass so there may be uneven surfaces.


There are ACROD parking bays at the Civic Centre carpark for ACROD cardholders.

The 220 bus will stop at The Agonis building in Gosnells which is a short walk to the Pioneer Park entry.


Existing accessible toilets can be found at the Civic Centre and additional, accessible portable toilets will be installed on the event site.

All portable toilets are gender neutral.


We welcome your suggestions for how we can continue to improve our accessible offering.

If you have feedback, please contact the City of Gosnells on 9397 3000 or email


The City of Gosnells invites everyone to come together and celebrate our unique community at Jingle All the Way.

Wheelchair  Multiculutre