Got a big event coming up?

Transperth is the easy, simple way to attend many sporting fixtures, concerts and other events. Check the information below before planning your journey.


Hello, heading to Domain Stadium to see Adele? Rumour Has It public transport is included in your ticket so why not take Transperth instead. Services are expected to be extremely busy so we advise you travel earlier, special event trains are leaving Perth from 4pm. Special event buses will also operate from Perth Busport from 4.30pm. 

All services are expected to be very busy. Please be patient and leave plenty of time to get to the concert. 

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Force v Reds

Leave the driving to the forwards. Take Transperth to see the Force take on the Reds. Claisebrook Station is close to the stadium and public transport is included in your ticket. Kick off at 6.30pm.

Find out more about Force v Reds

Justin Bieber

Heading to nib Statium to see Justin Bieber? Don't know how to avoid the parking hassles, I'll Show You. Public transport is included in your ticket, Baby. And Claisebrook Station is only a short walk from the stadium. Gates open at 5.30pm. 

Find out more about Justin Bieber

Sculpture by the Sea

Sculpture by the Sea returns to Cottesloe Beach between 3 and 20 March, 2017. Catch a Fremantle Line train to Cottesloe Station where the free 'Cott Cat' bus will take you to the beach. The Cott Cat operates approximately every 15 minutes between 10.30am and 5.00pm for the duration of the exhibition.

Find out more about Sculpture by the Sea

Included travel for events

Some event organisers and venues include Transperth travel to and from the event in their ticket price. In some cases, event organisers may also arrange for us to provide additional bus or train services for people attending the event.

If you are going to an event, please check the travel options and plan your journey in advance to avoid inconvenience on the day. If your event is joint ticketed, you are entitled to travel on any Transperth service for three hours before, during and three hours after the event, or until end of service, whichever occurs first.

Please note paid parking has been extended to include all parking bays at Transperth train stations. This means when you park at a Transperth train station it will cost you $2 a day, or for any part of, between 5am and 9pm on weekdays. If your event is joint ticketed and you plan to park at a train station, you will need to use the Pay 'n' Display option to pay for parking. See Paid Parking for more information.

Venue information

Find out about the services we offer to Perth's major venues.

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Travel Alerts

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Event organisers

If you need to arrange special services or joint ticketing for your event, see our guide for event organisers.

Go to Event organiser guide.

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