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Getting to UWA Open Day 2021

17/03/2021 | 4 MINS

There are several ways you can join us on campus this Open Day on Sunday 28 March. We recommend using public transport, cycling or walking. Alternatively, free parking will be available on and around the campus, so why not consider car-pooling.

Not familiar with our Perth campus? Take a virtual tour before Open Day to get your bearings.

I’m taking a bus

Buses to our Perth campus are frequent, with regular services from the city, Subiaco, Northbridge, Morley, Bedford, Inglewood, Mt Lawley and western suburbs. Transperth's Circle Route (998, 999) travels from Fremantle along Stirling Highway and to suburbs north of UWA. 

If you live elsewhere in Perth, it might be best to catch a bus or train to the Subiaco Train Station or the Perth CBD and transfer to a UWA bus service.

Plan your journey here or check out the public transport timetable for routes to UWA.

I’m riding a bike

We encourage cycling as an alternative mode of transport to and from campus. It’s ideal if you live within 10–15kms of UWA, plus bike parking rails are available extensively across campus.

Need help finding the easiest and safest cycling route to UWA? The Department of Transport has a series of comprehensive bike maps covering the Perth metropolitan area, and Google maps provides directions for cycling.

I’m going to walk

If you live within 2kms of the University, walking to campus for Open Day is a great option. Walking will prepare you to explore our vibrant campus and help you arrive alert and energised.

Getting around on the day

If you experience difficulty with your mobility, our specialist staff will be available to assist you with getting around. Contact 6488 2026 to get in touch.

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