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

Test Cricket: Australia v West Indies

Wed 30 Nov - Sun 04 Dec

Perth Stadium
Day 1: Wednesday 30 November

Day 2: Thursday 1 December
Day 3: Friday 2 December
Day 4: Saturday 3 December
Day 5: Sunday 4 December


Your ticket to the Test includes travel on all Transperth services for three hours either side of each match.

You must have your ticket on you to travel for no extra cost. If you’re planning on collecting your ticket at the venue, you will need to pay a normal fare to get there.

Please note: The Event Bus Network in addition to direct Joondalup and Fremantle train services will not be running for these events. Instead, catch a timetabled service to Perth, then transfer to a train to Stadium Station.

Remember to use our JourneyPlanner for the latest information before you travel.

For more information, call 13 62 13 (TIS: 13 14 50). Hearing or speech impaired? Call via NRS 133 677 and ask for 13 62 13.

Getting to and from Perth Stadium:

Days 1-3 

Matches
Day 1: Wednesday 30 November
Day 2: Thursday 1 December
Day 3: Friday 2 November 

Times
08.45am: Gates open
10.20am: Matches commence
05.20pm: Matches conclude

Travel by Train | Train System Map
To Perth Stadium
Direct Joondalup and Fremantle services will not be operating. Instead, take a timetabled service to Perth and transfer to a train to Stadium Station. Trains will operate on a high frequency to get you to and from each match. The first train will arrive at Stadium Station at approx. 5.50am.

From Perth Stadium
All trains will depart from Platform 2 on the Eastern Concourse. Direct Joondalup and Fremantle services will not be operating. Instead, take a service to Perth then transfer. Trains will operate on a on a 15-minute frequency to get you home. The last train departs Stadium Station approx. 8.20pm.

Travel by Bus
To Perth Stadium
The Event Bus Network will not be operating. Instead, catch a timetabled bus service to Perth, then transfer to a train to Stadium Station. Alternatively, you can walk over the Matagarup Bridge and catch the Red Cat (5 minute frequency).

From Perth Stadium
The Event Bus Network will not be operating. Instead, catch the train to Perth then transfer to a bus. Alternatively, you can walk over the Matagarup Bridge and catch the Red Cat (5 minute frequency).

Service Disruptions
The pedestrian crossing on Moore St will be non-operational between 8.00am to 9.45am and 4.30pm to 6.45pm. Pedestrians can use the McIver Station underpass at the east end of the station.

Days 4-5

Matches
Day 4: Saturday 3 Dember
Day 5: Sunday 4 December

Times
09.15am: Gates open
10.20am: Matches commence
05.20pm: Matches conclude

Travel by Train | Train System Map
To Perth Stadium
Direct Joondalup and Fremantle services will not be operating. Instead, take a timetabled service to Perth and transfer to a train to Stadium Station. Trains will operate on a high frequency to get you to and from each match. First train will arrive at Stadium Station at approx. 6.05am on the Saturday and 6.35am on the Sunday.

From Perth Stadium
All trains will depart from Platform 2 on the Eastern Concourse. Direct Joondalup and Fremantle services will not be operating. Instead, take a service to Perth then transfer. Trains will operate on a on a 15-minute frequency to get you home. The last train departs Stadium Station approx. 2.20am on the Saturday and 12.20am on the Sunday.

Travel by Bus
To Perth Stadium
The Event Bus Network will not be operating. Instead, catch a timetabled bus service to Perth, then transfer to a train to Stadium Station. Alternatively, you can walk over the Matagarup Bridge and catch the Red Cat (10 minute frequency).

From Perth Stadium
The Event Bus Network will not be operating. Instead, catch the train to Perth then transfer to a bus. Alternatively, you can walk over the Matagarup Bridge and catch the Red Cat (10 minute frequency).

Service Disruptions
​The pedestrian crossing on Moore St will be non-operational between 8.00am to 9.45am and 4.30pm to 6.45pm. Pedestrians can use the McIver Station underpass at the east end of the station.

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