Public Transport to Optus Stadium

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The Stadium precinct includes a purpose-built train and bus station to accommodate large crowds attending events at Optus Stadium.

Trains now stopping at Perth Stadium precinct seven days a week.

View the guide to getting to and from Optus Stadium here.

Getting here on an event day

Catch the train to Perth Stadium Station  
Perth Stadium Station has six platforms with two concourses. Joondalup and Fremantle line passengers will use the Western Concourse, and Armadale and Perth-bound trains will depart from the Eastern Concourse.

Catch the bus to Perth Stadium Bus Station

Bus services have been designed to supplement train services with 10, limited-stop routes operating along key corridors. The Red CAT operates to Matagarup Bridge via West Perth and Perth CBD. Event buses will be scheduled to start arriving at the Stadium up to two hours prior to the start of the event.

Major Event Day - Weekday Routes

Please note for events held on a weekday, services will differ and there will be no suburban event buses or direct Joondalup/Fremantle line trains before the event.

The Suburban Event Bus Network does not operate before weekday matches. Instead you will need to catch a regular timetabled bus to the city, where you can transfer to a train to Perth Stadium Station.

The Suburban Event Bus Network will however run for 45 Minutes after the final siren.

Additionally if you normally catch the Joondalup or Fremantle lines direct to Perth Stadium Station you will need to transfer trains in Perth.

Part Line Closure – Thursday 23 November until mid-2025

From first service on Thursday 23 November, services will operate as follows:

  • Train services will be cancelled between Armadale/Thornlie and Victoria Park stations
  • Train services will operate between Victoria Park and Perth stations
  • Existing bus services will be supported by seven new and five enhanced routes
  • There will be changes to Optus Stadium special event services. 

Important changes:

Route 652 (Mirrabooka Bus St) and Route 653 (Morley Bus St) will depart from Matagarup Bridge bus stands. Passengers will need to walk across Matagarup Bridge to catch their bus after the event.

Train Services – Victoria Park to Perth 

Train services between Victoria Park and Perth stations will operate at an increased frequency of approximately 7.5 minutes during the day and 15 minutes in the evenings. 

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Getting here on a non-event day

Catch the train

Trains now stopping at Perth Stadium precinct seven days a week.

Catch the bus to Matagarup Bridge

Passengers can catch the free Red CAT bus service and walk over the Matagarup Bridge to get to the Stadium.