Specific information on how to access Optus Stadium will be available here prior to each event.
The Stadium precinct includes a purpose built train and bus station to accommodate large crowds attending events at Optus Stadium and the surrounding area.
Perth Stadium Train Station
With six dedicated platforms, Perth Stadium Station is designed to move over 28,000 passengers after an event. There are two station concourses, with the Western concourse serving passengers for the Joondalup and Fremantle Lines, and the Eastern concourse serving the Armadale Line and shuttles into Perth Station.
From 30 June 2018 all weekend train services on the Armadale Line will start stopping at Perth Stadium Station.
Perth Stadium Bus Station
The bus station has 22 bus stands, serving passengers from across the Perth metropolitan area, as well as Perth CBD shuttles to Elizabeth Quay Bus Station. All stands have dedicated accessible access and will move over 8,000 passengers after an event.
Bus services have been designed to supplement train services. In addition to the CBD shuttle, eight, limited-stop routes will operate along key corridors.
Route 650 – Karrinyup Bus Station
Route 652 – Mirrabooka Bus Station
Route 653 – Morley Bus Station
Route 654 – Ellenbrook Town Centre
Route 656 – Canning Vale
Route 657 – Curtin University Bus Station
Route 658 – Hamilton Hill
Route 659 – Fremantle Station
Route 661 – Perth CBD Shuttle – Elizabeth Quay Bus Station
East Perth Station
Passengers for the Midland Line can choose to walk over the Windan Bridge to East Perth Station, which has had a major upgrade to accommodate the increased level of patronage for events at the Stadium.
Use the Transperth JourneyPlanner to accurately plan your trip prior to each event.