Still flying high

Careers Expo has always provided an unmissable opportunity. For high school students, it encourages them to start choosing what they will do after school and what they need to do to achieve it. For those in Years 7 to 9, it gets them thinking about a tertiary or vocational pathway, and is a source of information to help them select their upper-school subjects. For those in Year 10 to 12, it is a forum in which to meet, and confer with experts from education and training institutions. For parents and carers, it offers a chance for them to guide, participate and encourage the career planning process.

Who’s on show

Careers Expo 2022 + VET Expo features representation from the State's key education, training and employing organisations and many tertiary training entities from around the country. For over 20 years we've delivered a showcase comprising all local and many interstate universities, vocational training colleges, employer associations and relevant support and facilitation organisations.

For the list of confirmed exhibitors, visit the Exhibitor plan page. Each time you revisit this page, you can expect to see that our Exhibitor list has grown. You can also click on the name of each Exhibitor to visit their respective websites. For anything else, email us at

COVID Safety

For a summary of our interpretation of the current COVID Safety arrangements that will apply at Careers Expo 2022, please refer to the COVID Safety page.

Important details

Event dates & times

    • Thursday - 9:00am to 3:00pm

    • Friday - 9:00am to 3:00pm

    • Saturday - 10:00am to 4:00pm

    • Sunday - 10:00am to 4:00pm

The Careers Expo 2022 + VET Expo are hosted at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre (PCEC) between the Swan River and the Perth central business district. The venue is Perth's premier exhibition facility. Cafe and kiosk facilities are incorporated within the building and other options are available in the nearby Elizabeth Quay Bus Station and at Brookfield Place which can be accessed using the pedestrian bridge over Mounts Bay Road.


There is no charge for visitor admission on any day.

Public transport and parking

The Elizabeth Quay Train and Bus Stations and the Elizabeth Quay Jetty are all within walking distance of the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre, so travelling to the expo by train, bus or ferry is safe, simple and convenient. Visit Transperth for information on bus services or call their Infoline on 136213 (TTY: 9428 1999 for the hearing-impaired).

There is also the expansive Convention Centre Car Park located below the PCEC. The car park is operated by the City of Perth and has 1,500 bays, including 23 ACROD, and it’s open 24 hours per day, seven days a week. Stairs and a lift lead directly from the car par into the venue. Taxis services operate drop-off and pick-up services to the front door of the venue and there’s an adjacent taxi rank.

The PCEC provides special parking bays, ramps and purpose built toilet facilities for visitors with disabilities. Please contact the PCEC by telephone for details 9338 0300 or to make special arrangements.