Plan your visit: PARTY | PROTEST | REMEMBER

PARTY will kick off at Carriageworks at 4pm with a smoking ceremony and Welcome to Country by Nadeena Dixon. Click here for the full schedule.


Getting here and entry
Carriageworks is located at 245 Wilson Street, Eveleigh 2015; an 8 minute walk from Redfern Station, 10 minutes from Macdonaldtown Station or 15 minutes from Newtown Station. Newtown Station is currently the nearest station with lift access on all platforms, while Redfern Station is undergoing upgrades.

Public Transport, taxi or ride share is strongly recommended, as there is limited on-street parking.

Entry to PARTY | PROTEST | REMEMBER is via the Carriageworks Main Entrance.

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An accessible drop-off point is located at 245 Wilson Street, and an accessible ramp leading to the main entrance is accessed on street level. There are 3 Accessible parking spaces that can be reached via 229 Wilson Street. Please note that these cannot be pre-booked.

All venues within Carriageworks are level access, including toilets.

Bench seating will be available throughout the space.

There will be a dedicated Elder’s Lounge within the Public Space.

For further queries or Access requirements, please contact us at 02 8571 9099 [Wed – Sun, 10am – 5pm] or email us at

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PARTY | PROTEST | REMEMBER is an all ages event.

Please note, two monologues performed by Angeline Penrith contain coarse language. These texts are from original scripts performed as part of The National Black Theatre and as such have not been altered. For more background, read this article.

Some performances within the Public Space contain haze and flashing, moving lights.

There will be a designated quiet space within the precinct.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are advised that some programming contain images and voices of deceased persons.


Masks are strongly recommended within the precinct. Please bring your own mask.


Food and Beverage

100% Aboriginal owned and operated cafe Warakirri by Indigiearth will be open from 1pm – late, serving up dishes made using native ingredients. Dhuwa, Australia’s first Indigenous owned and operated coffee brand will be serving coffee and the Theatre Bar will also be open with alcoholic beverages.

Please note, this is a cashless venue.