The University of Western Australia

Public transport

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Further information

Transperth – Journey Planner, bus routes, maps and SmartRider and timetable information.


SmartRiders

To make the most of cheaper concession fares, you will need a Tertiary SmartRider.

You can buy SmartRiders at the Secondhand Booking in the Guild Village, or from any authorised SmartRider outlet.

Register your SmartRider, after you've bought it, to receive your concession.


Find your way


Buses to the Perth campus are frequent with regular services from the city, Subiaco, Morley and along Stirling Highway. Buses are managed by Transperth and some services are subsidised by the University.

Benefits of using public transport

  • Save the hassle of finding a carpark
  • Make the most of your travel time to study, read or enjoy the entertainment features on your smartphone or tablet
  • Improve your health and activity levels through walking an increased 2000 steps on average.
  • You can save over $1000 a year in fuel, maintenance and parking fees. 

Getting to UWA by bus

Buses to UWA regularly pass through the following areas:

  • suburbs on Transperth's Circle Route (998, 999) which travels from Fremantle along Stirling Highway and to suburbs north of UWA
  • Subiaco, Perth, Northbridge, Morley, Bedford, Inglewood, Mt Lawley and western suburbs

If you live elsewhere in Perth, you will need to catch a bus or train to Subiaco Station or the Perth CBD and transfer to a UWA bus service.

UWA bus services

All of these listed bus services use the bus stops on Stirling Highway at the northern end of the Perth campus, except for the 97 (Subiaco shuttle) that stops at the northern end of Fairway and Princess Road, terminating on Hackett Drive.

Bus routes to UWA

From Route No Journey time to UWA Frequency
Perth
Elizabeth Quay Bus Station
950, 23, 102, 107 10 minutes Every 1-5 minutes during peak times and every 5-15 minutes at other times
East Perth
St Georges Terrace
24, 103 25 minutes Approximately every 20 minutes
Subiaco Train Station 97 20 Minutes Every 15 minutes
Claremont Train Station 24, 23, 102, 107 10 Minutes Every 10 minutes
Fremantle Train Station 998, 103 30 minutes Every 15 minutes
Stirling Train Station 999 30 minutes Every 5-10 minutes during peak times, and every 15-30 minutes at other times

Service restrictions and extensions

  • Additional 950 bus services operate during morning and afternoon peaks during UWA semesters

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