Public transport makes the City an accessible and enjoyable place to live, work and visit.
The Perth to Fremantle train line runs through Subiaco with stations at West Leederville, Subiaco, Daglish and Shenton Park servicing the area.
Nine bus routes 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) is a high-frequency local bus service connecting Subiaco Train Station, QEII Medical Centre and The University of Western Australia. The Subiaco Shuttle runs every 15 minutes from 6.43am to 6.30pm on weekdays.
Planning your journey
Use the Transperth Journey Planner to access timetables and plan your trip. For more information on journey planning, contact the Public Transport Authority on 13 62 13.
The Subiaco TravelSmart map – public transport shows all of the public routes in Subiaco. Pick up a hard copy from the City's Administration Centre, Subiaco Library or Lords Recreation Centre, or download the electronic version.
Sustainable transport initiatives
The City is committed to creating a community where walking, cycling and using public transport are attractive and convenient alternatives to travelling by car.
Transport, Access and Parking Strategy
The City’s multi-disciplinary Transport, Access and Parking Strategy (TAPS) guides all transport, access and parking initiatives. This ensures the City’s approach to transport is consistent across the departments dealing with transport matters.
TAPS covers all modes of transport, aligns with the City’s strategic land use plans and outlines the strategies and specific actions that the City will take to ensure strategic and effective transport planning.
First initiated by Council in March 2017, feedback from community consultation informed the draft plan, and it was formally adopted by Council on 25 July 2017. A report is prepared each year, updating Council on the progress of TAPS. The strategy will be reviewed every four years, and is currently under review.