Whether it’s your first time at Curtin or you are looking to make a change to your routine this semester, we recommend you plan your travel journey ahead and consider what transport options are available to you. This will make travelling to uni and your life a whole lot easier!
With a bus station conveniently located on campus that has seven different services stopping there frequently throughout the semester, choosing to catch public transport to Curtin should be a no-brainer. It is a great way to save money and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, but you can also use your travel time effectively to catch up on study, listen to your favourite podcast or read a book.
Plan your journey easily on the Transperth website.
Make your journey to, from and around the Bentley campus easier by taking advantage of our free bus services. The Curtin Access Bus (CABS) helps students and staff in the surrounding Bentley area (Bentley, Waterford, South Perth & Victoria Park, Technology Park) get to campus, while our Campus Courtesy Bus ensures safe, convenient travel on university grounds.
Find out more about our free bus services and timetables.
Walking or cycling to campus if you live nearby are great options that will not only benefit your health and the environment, but your bank balance!
There are over 500 bike racks at more than 40 locations campus-wide and secure bike parking facilities located at selected buildings, including our newly opened Bike Hub location at Creative Quarter. There is no need to worry about how you’re going to freshen up before your day begins with showers, change rooms and lockers available.
Find out more about our cycling facilities.
If you have to drive to uni, paid parking is available in green, yellow and blue zones across campus. The best and most convenient way to pay for short-term parking is to use CellOPark, a “pay-as-you-go” app, where you only pay for what you use.
Find out more about parking zones, rates and other FAQs about on-campus parking.