Bayswater Station Closure

Bayswater Station is currently closed to complete platform and station works as part of the New Bayswater Station Project. The new station will improve connectivity with the Midland Line, Airport Line and Morley-Ellenbrook Line providing a new level of public transport service to Perth’s north-eastern suburbs.

During the station closure, Route 44 will operate from the train replacement stop on King William Street to Meltham Station. This service will operate approximately every 12 minutes during peak periods, and every 15 minutes at all other times. Please note this accessible service is operated by Horizon West. 

As a result of the closure, there will be a number of disruptions to services in the area, more information is available here.

Bayswater Station will reopen on Sunday 8 October.


How will nearby residents be impacted by the works?
Crews will be working to complete major station works. Noise, vibration and traffic impacts will be managed in accordance with approved plans. Some temporary road and pedestrian pathway closures are also expected. Works will be updated on the METRONET website.
Where is the train replacement stop at my station?

If you are unsure about where your nearest train replacement bus stop is, look out for signage at the station or check our station access maps here: stations & maps (

Do I still need to pay a fare during the disruption?

Yes, passengers will need to tag on and off Transperth services. However, the shuttle bus between Bayswater and Meltham stations will be free. 

Can I take my bicycle on train replacement services?
Due to restricted space, bicycles are not permitted on Transperth buses, including the Route 44 shuttle.
I require special assistance. What should I do?
If you require special assistance, please call 1800 800 022 at least one hour before you travel.
How can I lodge a complaint / provide feedback?

Please use our online feedback form to register your feedback on Transperth.

Plan your journey before you travel

Travel times will be longer so we recommended you plan ahead and consider alternative travel and work arrangements where possible.

  • Sign up to My Account via our website or app and subscribe to receive email or app notifications
  • Plan your journey using the JourneyPlanner or call 13 62 13
  • Allow additional travel time 
  • Check where your replacement bus stop is by following signage at stations or checking our Station Access Maps
  • Where possible, consider working from home or avoid travelling during peak times
  • Track your service live using the Transperth app
  • If you require special assistance, please call 1800 800 022 at least one hour before you travel.

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