About 250 people with disabilities will have a special riverside view of Monday night's spectacular fireworks display provided by the 96FM Skyshow.
The Transperth Busport roof park has been reserved for their exclusive use, to enable people in wheelchairs and others with disabilities to have a front-row seat.
Disability Services Minister Eric Ripper said today Transperth and Transport Minister Pam Beggs had agreed, for the second consecutive year, to reserve the roof park for people with disabilities.
Special parking places would also be provided by Transperth, and the Mucky Duck Bush Band would entertain people after the fireworks to enable the crowds to clear.
"The spacious roof park will be closed to the general public for the event to ensure people with disabilities - some who may never have had such an opportunity before - can watch the Skyshow," Mr Ripper said.
"This facility is ideal for the occasion and will mean a special experience for many, including children with disabilities."
The special event for people with disabilities was advertised by the Bureau for Disability Services on January 16, with preference given to people who did not attend last year. More than 400 Western Australians with disabilities applied to attend and the lucky 250 were chosen by ballot.
Mr Ripper said he hoped the special event - which gave consideration to the specific needs and rights of people with disabilities - would provide a lead for other organisations to follow.