perth cbd train station

The suburban trains are called “Fasttrack”, they are electric, quiet, clean, fast (top speed of 110kph) safe and run on a regular basis. The train services start at 5.30am and stops at 11.30pm weekdays. The trains have a reduced service on the weekends, and public holidays, but special late night trains are available on the weekends. See the Transperth web site for timetables, or call the transperth timetable number on 13 62 13

Travel between the City West and McIver stations is free in the city because it is within the Free Transit Zone ( FTZ ). All travel outside of the FTZ requires a valid ticket. The price of a ticket is determined by the distance you are travelling, and the fare type. The city is divided into zones and each zone has a fare for travelling within that zone. Tickets can be purchased on the platforms or throughout the stations. The ticket machines only accept coins and do dispense change. An alternative to purchasing a ticket on each journey is to purchase a SmartRider which is a prepaid amount placed on a swipe card at a discounted rate. The SmartRiders can be purchased from newsagents, and must be validated prior to travel on any of the trains. The SmartRiders can also be used on the Buses and Ferries . Warning the trains often have inspectors checking for valid tickets so don’t run the risk of having to pay a fine.

Indian Pacific
The Indian Pacific has been described as one of the best train trips in the world. The journey starts in Perth, at the Indian Ocean and travels to Sydney, the Pacific Ocean, via Adelaide twice a week. The journey takes just under three days and leaves from the Perth Railway Terminal on Wednesdays and Sundays at 11.55am. The train provides an interesting way to see the Nullarbor, or avoid some of the long driving. Visit the Indian Pacific web site for more information

Perth Central suburban train station is located on Wellington street. The station is across the road from Forrest Place and is accessible via an overhead walkway that joins to Forrest Chase. A walkway also joins the train station to the Perth Art Gallery, Museum and Northbridge. The Wellington Street bus station which is approximately 200m down the road from the train station is also linked via a walkway.

All suburban trains leave or pass through the Perth central train station. Perth has four main train lines travelling as far South as Fremantle and as far North as Clarkson. The trains also service Midland and Armadale passengers to ensure the transport system spans wide enough to be accessible by the majority of Perth.

Catch the train to Perth Stadium Station
Trains travel direct to Perth Stadium Station for passengers on the Joondalup, Fremantle and Armadale Lines. Passengers on the Midland Line can choose to walk over the Windan Bridge to East Perth Station.

Getting here on a non-event day.

Catch the train to Perth Stadium Station
Armadale Line trains stop at Perth Stadium Station all day Saturday, Sunday and on Public Holidays.

Catch the bus to Perth Stadium Bus Station
The suburban event bus network, as well as Perth CBD shuttles stop at Perth Stadium Bus Station.