A: WA Police claim that alcohol consumption on a charter bus is comes under the so called 'street drinking' laws. Police claim thay will stop buses and fine drivers and passengers for street drinking. They have also previously issued defect notices on buses where empty alcohol containers have been found in rubbish bins. Perth Party Bus thus has a policy of not letting alcohol containers such as cans and bottles on the bus.
A: Best you wear nightclub type attire to avoid hassles at the nightclubs in Northbridge, Subiaco or at the Casino. You never know, you might get lucky and finish up at unexpected venues. Perth Party Bus, itself has no dress rules. Fancy dress might be and idea. Let Perth Party Bus so the driver can match you.
A: Please do. The easiest way to confirm is to reply to the Confirmation Email. It is not a great worry as we will wend a "Please Reconfirm" email a few days before. The reason for the reconfirmation is that some people cancel and foreget to tell us. However, we don't cancel even if you forget to reconfirm by email. If we still don't get your reconfim email, we will call you by mobile on the day.
A: Yes. Our website has a quote form on the home page. When you get your quote, you can reply to the quote with the final details and we will book it into the system. Your booking will be secure when you have recieved you 'Confirmation Email'.
A: Sometimes. A few pubs in Vincent require bookings to comply with the 'Vincent Accord'. Other venues may like a booking to ensure they have the staff available. A few venues state that they don't accept bus groups, but they tnd to relax their own rules whenever their business is down. Just like their dress rules, they enforce when busy and not when quiet. Ocassionally we have to adjust the tour if a venue is unexpectedly full. Occasionally a bus is turned away if the crowd it too rowdy. Try to keep group pieceful at pub entrances.