Wondering how to get around Subi Spritz? Luckily, the City of Subiaco has multiple transport options to ensure your weekend is carefree and simple. And for those driving, parking is free weekday evenings and all weekend. Read on to find out more.
The Perth to Fremantle train line runs through Subiaco, with stations at West Leederville, Subiaco, Daglish, and Shenton Park servicing the area.
Subi has nine bus routes that run through the city, connecting Subiaco with much of the Perth metropolitan area. Bus routes include the 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 97 (Subiaco Shuttle), 98 and 99 (Circle Route), and 103.
The Subiaco Shuttle (route 97 bus) connects Subiaco Train Station, QEII Medical Centre and The University of Western Australia and runs every 15 minutes until 6.30pm on weekdays.
The City of Subiaco has 10,000 parking bays with free parking in Subiaco on weekends and after 5pm during the week. You can even stay for the first hour free at four of the City’s centrally-located car parks.
Subi’s parking website, SUBIPARK, will help you get your events quickly, outlining short and long-term parking in the town centre. Their map will help you locate car parks closest to your destination and identify the length of stay.
The City of Subiaco is currently undergoing essential works on Rokeby Road between Churchill Ave and Roberts Road. During this time, part of Rokeby Road southbound will be temporarily closed. You can still access all of the shops along this area of the street behind the fencing, so be sure to give them some love. Noble is located in this area and is one of the stops along the Aperitivo Trail. Be sure to check out their [cocktail to be confirmed by Noble] cocktail!