What You Need to Know

Leavers Wristband

The Leavers wristband is your ticket to the Leavers WA Entertainment Zone, and also includes access to BeachFest*, the Leavers bus service and Leavers support services.

Official wristbands are only available from the locations below during Leavers week.

Wristband prices will be announced in due course.

‚Äč*Please note access to BeachFest is only available with a four day wristband.

Where can I buy one?

There will be sales points located at the following venues during leavers week:

Dunsborough Foreshore

Dates and times to be confirmed.

Busselton Foreshore

Dates and times to be confirmed.

What do I need to get one?

1. You will need proof that you were a Year 12 student or equivalent in 2021; such as a copy of your graduation certificate, a school report, or an original letter from your school or TAFE.


2. You will need photo ID (must be a recent photo) such as:

  • school identification card with a current photo;
  • Transperth SmartRider with your school name and current photo on it;
  • passport;
  • driver’s licence; or
  • a signed letter from your school with attached passport photo signed (original document – no photocopies).

Please note you will need one piece of identification from"1." and "2." above.

Wristband Terms and Conditions

Wristbands can only be purchased by a legitimate Year 12 2021 school Leaver with photo identification.

Entry is at your own risk.

The right to refuse entry or remove a wristband is reserved.

The Event Organiser and the Venue shall not be held liable for any loss, injury or damages sustained travelling to, entering, or within the premises.

The Event Organiser has a zero tolerance approach with regard to antisocial, aggressive, dangerous or intimidating behaviour, alcohol consumption, consumption and possession of any illicit substance. Any of these activities may result in immediate eviction from the site or will be referred to Police.

Activities such as moshing, crowd surfing and stage diving are dangerous to yourself and others. The Event Organiser takes no responsibility for any injuries or damages caused by these activities. Patrons engaging in these or other dangerous activities will be removed from the site.

No Smoking is permitted in the Leavers Entertainment Zone or at Leavers events. This includes electronic cigarettes. 

No alcohol, glass, bottles, cans, drugs, weapons, cigarettes (including electronic cigarettes), lighters or matches, bags or umbrellas will be allowed in the site. 

Still Cameras are permitted but no tape recorders, movie or video cameras will be allowed inside the site. No images are permitted to be taken in the first aid / recovery areas.

Wristband holders consent to pictures, filming and sound recording by organisers as members of the audience.

All bags/containers will be subject to a full search to ensure the safety of patrons.

Patrons may be subjected to a full body search conducted by WA Police Force Officers should it be required.

Wristbands will not be exchanged, nor money refunded after purchase.

Should your wristband be re-sold or transferred it will become void and the holder may be refused entry to, or ejected from the venue.

Police will be onsite. Drug detection strategies and CCTV are in use.

First aid and recovery services will be available at the Zone.

Wristbands may be removed if you are not a legitimate Leaver, if you are arrested or engage in any illegal activity, if you cause damage, or if you put another Leaver or staff member at risk. This will be at the organisers discretion.


What Police expect from you

Police are there to make your time at Leavers safe. Treat the Police the way you expect to be treated. They expect that you respect the town, the community, and your fellow Leavers.

Drivers law

Inexperienced Drivers

There are a large number of inexperienced drivers on the roads at this time of the year. Most car accidents are caused by driving tired, driving drunk and being inexperienced. Don’t drink and drive. If you are heading out, nominate a driver or leave the car at home, use public transport where available.

  • Don’t drive tired. Ensure that there are a few people in the car who can share the driving as a rule try swapping drivers at least every 2 hours.
  • Look for “driver reviver” stations. These stations offer refreshments and are provided for your safety.
  • The driver is legally responsible for all passengers.
  • The driver needs to ensure that seat belts are worn by all passengers.
  • Under the new ‘Anti-hoon’ legislation, people who endanger innocent lives through reckless behaviour can now have their vehicles impounded.

Novice driver legislation

  • Visit the Office of Road Safety website for the latest information.
  • Provisional Drivers who have had their licence for less than 6 months are not allowed to drive between the hours of midnight and 5am unless for work, training or education purposes. Those found driving at these times face fines of $200 and the loss of demerit points.
  • Learner and Provision Drivers who fail to display the correct plates identifying their driving status may receive a fine up to $100
  • P-plate drivers’ Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) must be zero.

Find out more from the Office of Road Safety website.