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Getting to UWA map [PDF, 1.5 MB]
Updated 15 Mar 2013


Finding a parking space on or near UWA's Crawley Campus can be difficult.

We recommended that you walk, cycle or use public transport to get to the University of Western Australia.

  1. Getting to UWA by bus services
  2. Getting to UWA by vehicle

Getting to UWA by bus

Buses to UWA regularly pass through the following areas:

  • suburbs on Transperth's Circle Route (98, 99) 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 Crawley 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
Esplanade Busport
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 Every 20 minutes
Subiaco Train Station 97 20 Minutes Every 15 minutes
Claremont Train Station 24, 23,107 10 Minutes Every 10 minutes
Fremantle Train Station 98, 103 30 minutes Every 15 minutes
Stirling Train Station 99 30 minutes Every 15 minutes

Service restrictions and extensions

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

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Getting to UWA by vehicle

If you must drive to UWA please obey the parking signs. Illegal parking will attract an infringement notice.

Stirling Highway – If you are heading east on Stirling Highway towards the Perth city centre

  • Turn right at the intersection of Winthrop Avenue and Stirling Highway.
  • You will immediately come to a T-junction. The University is in front of you. Turn left or right onto a road that runs along the campus perimeter.

Kwinana Freeway – If you are heading north along Kwinana Freeway towards the Perth city centre

  • Enter the left lane shortly before you reach the Narrows Bridge (which spans the Swan River about one kilometre from the city business centre).
  • About 500 metres after the bridge, turn left into the Mounts Bay Road exit.
  • Keep in the left-hand lane. Turn left into Mounts Bay Road. You are now heading towards the Swan River.
  • You will approach a roundabout. Turn right into Stirling Highway, which runs along the edge of the Swan River.
  • Keep in the left-hand lane.
  • Once Stirling Highway leaves the edge of the river, take the first turn left. You are in Hackett Drive.
  • Turn first or second right to access a road that runs along the campus perimeter.

Mitchell Freeway – If you are heading south along the Mitchell Freeway

  • Select the Mounts Bay Road exit.
  • Follow it to the traffic lights at Mounts Bay Road and turn left. You will be heading towards the Swan River.
  • Within one kilometre you will approach a roundabout near the river. Turn right onto the roundabout; you will still be on Mounts Bay Road, which runs along the edge of the Swan River.
  • Keep in the left-hand lane.
  • Once Mounts Bay Road leaves the edge of the river, take the first turn left. You are in Hackett Drive.
  • Turn first or second right to access a road that runs inside the campus perimeter.
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