Whether you are local or just visiting the Gold Coast, we encourage you to plan your BLEACH* experience allowing plenty of time to explore your surroundings.
We encourage the use of public transport where possible, ride a bike, walk or ride share to your favourite BLEACH* destination.
Timetables and routes available via Journey Planner.
The bus stop at HOTA currently services Route 731 however there is another bus stop on Bundall Road servicing Route 747 and 748.
Timetables and routes available via G:link.
The light rail and bus routes offer many services to Surfers Paradise. From Surfers Paradise it is around a 10 minute walk to HOTA through Chevron Island and across the new bridge.
Parking, including wheelchair accessible parking, is available at the HOTA, Home of the Arts but it’s limited.
There are two main carparks, one in front of HOTA Central and a second carpark directly in front of HOTA Gallery. See the map below for details.
We recommend you plan to arrive in plenty of time, as parking is limited and it does get busy. You might also wish to consider carpooling to the event with family and friends.
Please see this page on the City of Gold Coast website for full details on parking at HOTA. If you have any queries please contact City of Gold Coast on 1300 322 111.
To book a local taxi, just call 131 008 anywhere in Australia.
A designated set-down and pick-up area is located in the porte-cochère out the front of HOTA.
Use your favourite ride sharing app to get to and from HOTA.
ACOUSTIC LIFE OF SHEDS is a driving experience and your car will form part of the event convoy to each location.
The starting location will be advised to ticket holders prior to the event. A detailed map and route directions will be provided on arrival at the starting location.
Further information on event accessibility can be found by visiting our Accessibility page.
We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the Yugambeh Language Region and all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People of the Gold Coast. We recognise their continuing connection and contributions to country and culture. We pay respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.