Conditions Of Entry

For the comfort, safety and enjoyment of all patrons, staff and event parties, these Conditions of Entry apply to all visitors to the Stadium and Stadium Park.

Stadium management reserves the right to update, modify or change these Conditions of Entry from time to time. Any changes will be posted and available at https://optusstadium.com.au/legal/conditions-of-entry.

The conditions of entry may vary between events, and should be read in conjunction with the event organiser’s conditions of entry and the ticketing agent’s conditions of ticket sale. Refer to the Stadium's event pages for further information.

For specific conditions of entry for the AFL, Cricket, NRL, Rugby Australia and Football Australia please refer to the following:

  • Attending events at large venues and crowded places involves risks, including exposure to illnesses, collisions (with objects or other persons), falling or tripping, adverse weather, or acts committed by other patrons. Persons attending events do so at their own risk.
  • Persons will be subject to a security check, which may include personal checks, wanding, searching of bags, other containers (regardless of size) and clothing, when entering the Stadium or an event.
  • Persons must not attempt to conceal their identity at entry or while inside the Stadium. Stadium management will respect cultural differences and medical conditions.
  • Wearing or displaying unauthorised commercial, political or religious materials, or other offensive materials, is not permitted.
  • Unless otherwise specified, children 12 years and under will not be admitted to an event without a parent, legal guardian or responsible adult.
  • Persons bringing personal items to the Stadium or an event do so at their own risk. Stadium management will not be responsible for damage, loss or theft of personal property.
  • Smoking (including e-cigarettes) and vaping is not permitted within the Stadium or Stadium Park. 
  • Umbrellas may be brought into the Stadium but for the comfort of others should not be put up.
  • For safety reasons strollers and prams are not permitted in the Stadium during events. Strollers and prams may be cloaked.
  • Unauthorised soliciting and customer surveying is not permitted at the Stadium or the Stadium Park.
  • Patrons are only authorised to access the seats / areas of the Stadium as shown on their ticket.
  • Pass outs may be issued on an Event by Event basis.
  • Tickets must not be used in any advertising, promotional or other commercial purposes (including competitions) without the prior written consent of the event promoter. If a ticket is used in breach of this condition the ticket holder may be denied admission to the event.
  • The resale of tickets is subject to the Ticket Scalping Act 2021 (WA). Tickets resold for an amount exceeding 110% of the original ticket price may be cancelled or rendered invalid, and the holder may be denied admission to the event.
  • For the safety and security of all persons, closed circuit television cameras are in use throughout the Stadium and Stadium Park at all times. For further information on how we use CCTV recordings / footage please refer to the Optus Stadium Privacy Policy, available at https://optusstadium.com.au
  • The Stadium is a licensed premises.
  • Alcohol cannot be brought into or removed from the Stadium by patrons.
  • Intoxicated and drug affected persons will be removed from the Stadium.
  • Patrons consuming alcohol in designated alcohol free zones will be removed from the Stadium.
  • It is an offence for minors (under 18) to purchase and consume alcohol. Minors purchasing or consuming alcohol will be removed and banned from the Stadium, and reported to the Police.
  • It is an offence to purchase alcohol for, or supply alcohol to, minors. Persons supplying alcohol to minors will be removed and banned from the Stadium, and reported to the Police.
  • Clothing, accessories, or clearly visible body markings of patches or insignia of Outlawed Motorcycle Gangs are not permitted within the Stadium.

Stadium management reserves the right to refuse entry to, remove, or ban from the Stadium persons who:

  • are intoxicated, drug affected, disorderly, abusive, or engaging in anti-social behaviour (i.e. using racial, homophobic or other discriminatory language);
  • are carrying Restricted / Prohibited Items;
  • do not hold a valid ticket (ie. sourced via an unauthorised promotion; appears to have been forged/copied);
  • carry out unauthorised promotional or commercial activities;
  • refuse to comply with directions or requests by Stadium staff (i.e. health and safety directions; security checks of patrons and their personal belongings);
  • gain unauthorised access to the Stadium or any restricted areas (i.e. the pitch/field; player/artist facilities);
  • smoke (including e-cigarettes) or vape within the Stadium, where smoking/vaping is only permitted outside the perimeter fence (i.e. prior to gates/ticket entry)
  • throw objects within the Stadium; or
  • have an existing banning notice issued against them by the Stadium, or any sports governing body.
  • Bag sizes are limited to 30cm x 40cm (including eskis);
  • Limited cloaking is available and may be unavailable for some events.

Items not permitted within the Stadium and the Stadium Park:

  • Alcoholic beverages.
  • Illegal substances, including illegal drugs.
  • Flares, fireworks, explosives, smoke bombs/cannisters, and other incendiary devices.
  • Laser pens and pointers
  • Remote control vehicles, including drones (or any such aircraft).
  • Guns, knives, weapons, and other dangerous or hazardous items.
  • Metal flag poles, extendable flag poles and flag poles capable of being used as a weapon.
  • Oversized banners and flags which may cause public nuisance.
  • Confetti or shredded paper.
  • Commercial, promotional, or other unauthorised marketing materials, including clothing for sale or other means of distribution.
  • Other items as determined by Stadium management that may cause damage, injury or public nuisance.

Additional items not permitted within the Stadium

  • Glassware or cans, including aerosol cans. 
  • Animals, other than certified service animals.
  • Folding chairs or stools.
  • Cameras and or recording devices for commercial purposes, including tripods.
  • Whistles, hooters, horns, and drums, or other musical instruments (i.e. vuvuzelas).
  • Balloons or other inflatable items.
  • Scooters, roller skates, skateboards, segways, push bikes or other unauthorised means of transportation.
  • Other items as determined by Stadium management that may cause damage, injury or public nuisance.
  • Premium Facilities, Bankwest Club, restaurants and dining areas at the Stadium will be subject to dress codes.
  • As a minimum for general admission areas, patrons must be appropriately clothed for a public place and must wear shoes. Patrons with bare feet will not be permitted entry.
  • Attending events at large venues and crowded places involves risks, including exposure to illnesses, collisions (with objects or other persons), falling or tripping, adverse weather, or acts committed by other patrons. Persons attending events do so at their own risk.
  • Standing in the seated stands or other seated areas during events is permitted, however there is a higher risk of injury, to self and others, when standing in seated areas. We ask that patrons who wish to stand are respectful of other patrons around them. Any patron whose behaviour is a safety risk to themselves, or to other patrons around them, will be asked to remain seated. Refusal may result in the patron being removed from the venue.
  • During concerts we ask that patrons who wish to stand and dance in seated areas do so for a short series of songs, unless the majority of the audience is standing for the concert.

Covid-19

  • Stadium management adheres to all government public health and safety measures that apply to the Stadium and Stadium Park, which may change from time to time.
  • Patrons must follow all health and safety measures issued by government, Stadium management, and the event organiser.
  • There are continuing and unquantifiable risks associated with the transmission of Covid-19 (or any variant thereof), at any large venue or crowded place. Even with health and safety measures in place Stadium management cannot guarantee that the Stadium and/or Stadium Park will be free from Covid-19 (or any variant thereof), or that there is no risk of transmission.
  • Persons attending the Stadium and Stadium Park must consider their own personal circumstances (including pre-existing physical or mental health conditions or vulnerabilities they may have), and the potential serious health risks associated with contracting Covid-19 (or any variant thereof).
  • Persons attending the Stadium and Stadium Park are deemed to accept the inherent risks of transmission and contraction of Covid-19 (or any variant thereof), and Stadium management will have no liability to persons attending at the Stadium or Stadium Park arising out of, relating to or in connection with any transmission or contraction of Covid-19 (or any variant thereof).
  • Persons who are feeling unwell whilst at the Stadium or Stadium Park should seek medical attention from Stadium staff.

May 2023