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Getting To and From the Airport

The Airport Line is the newest link in the Perth rail network.

Trains operate from Airport Central to Perth Station every twelve (12) minutes during peak periods, every fifteen (15) minutes during the day and every thirty (30) minutes at night.


Getting To and From the Venue


Gloucester Park is a five minute walk from Queens Garden Car Park in Nelson Crescent, East Perth.  The carpark has 863 bays.



Alas, there are no trains that run directly to Gloucester Park.
The nearest railway station is McIver, which is several kms away.

But there is a FREE RED CAT bus route from Perth to Gloucester Park.

The RED CAT runs every 15 minutes, seven days each week.

A full timetable is available from the Transperth website:

[ Please note that RED CAT buses are not actually red-coloured buses ]


Getting Around Perth


If you have a car, you can go wherever you want, whenever you want.
If you don’t have a car, you can walk, catch a taxi or use the public transport network.



The RED CAT bus is one of five free CAT (Central Area Transit) bus services that operate within the Perth metropolitan area.

There are also free CAT services in Fremantle and Joondalup.

Maps showing the CAT service routes are available from the Transperth website:


Of course, there are also bus, train and ferry options available.

The Transperth website has a useful Journey Planner that can help you decide the best transport options for where you want to go.

Just type in your starting point, then your destination, and the Journey Planner will provide options and approximate travel times.

The link below will take you straight to the Journey Planner: