Transperth – Journey Planner, bus routes, maps and SmartRider and timetable information.
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Buses to the Crawley Campus are frequent with regular services from the city, Subiaco, Morley and along Stirling Highway. Buses are managed by Transperth and some services are subsidised by the University.
Buses to UWA regularly pass through the following areas:
If you live elsewhere in Perth, you will need to catch a bus or train to Subiaco Station or the Perth CBD and transfer to a UWA bus service.
All of these listed bus services use the bus stops on Stirling Highway at the northern end of the Crawley Campus, except for the 97 (Subiaco shuttle) that stops at the northern end of Fairway and Princess Road, terminating on Hackett Drive.
|From||Route No||Journey time to UWA||Frequency|
|950, 23, 102, 107||10 minutes||Every 1-5 minutes during peak times and every 5-15 minutes at other times|
|Wellington Street Bus Station||102, 107||20 minutes||Every 15-30 minutes|
St Georges Terrace
|24, 103||25 minutes||Every 20 minutes|
|Subiaco Train Station||97||20 Minutes||Every 15 minutes|
|Claremont Train Station||24, 23,107||10 Minutes||Every 10 minutes|
|Fremantle Train Station||98, 103||30 minutes||Every 15 minutes|
|Stirling Train Station||99||30 minutes||Every 15 minutes|
Electric buses are now beginning to make a significant mark on the public transport scene and as their use grows they will make a major contribution to cleaner and more sustainable public transport in the future. Electric buses help to reduce overall pollution levels, particularly in congested city centres where air pollution has been directly related to severe health problems. Optare electric buses are equipped with fast charging technology which extends daily range and use fast charging stations which can charge the 80 kWh batteries to full capacity in around two hours compared to the standard six to eight hours from a normal charge. This offers the ability to recharge the batteries during the day as well as overnight, which provides the potential to double the daily range of the buses to 300 km.