Getting to Beaufort
There are lots of ways you can get to Beaufort Street. We encourage you to walk, cycle or catch public transport.
Walking is the best way to experience the atmosphere of Beaufort Street and discover cool things like the street art. If you are coming from Perth City, you can walk straight up Barrack Street, which turns in to Beaufort Street and keep walking north. It is easy to walk here from –
|From Where?||Walk time|
|East Perth Train Station||9 min walk|
|Mt Lawley Train Station||12 min walk|
|Perth Train Station||25 min walk|
|Hyde Park||4 min walk|
|North Perth||14 min walk|
|Inglewood||15 min walk|
Cycling is a great way to get to Beaufort Street. You can usually get bike parking right outside where you need to go. You’d be lucky to get a car park this close!
|From Where?||Ride time|
|East Perth Train Station||3 min ride|
|Mt Lawley Train Station||4 min ride|
|Perth Train Station||10 min ride|
|Hyde Park||1 min ride|
|North Perth||5 min ride|
|Inglewood||5 min ride|
Catch a Midland line train from Perth Station and get off at either East Perth or Mount Lawley train stations. You can then walk west from those stations to Beaufort Street (see walking times above).
You can catch these buses to get to Beaufort Street. The 950 buses are most frequent:
|Bus route||From Where?||Bus travel time|
|950||Stop 26788 – on Wellington Street south of Perth Station (across the road from Forrest Place)||8 mins|
|67||Stop 12902 – on Wellington Street south of Perth Station (across the road from Forrest Place)||8 mins|
Ask to get off at after Chatsworth Road (outside Newsagent), before Vincent Street (outside Baker and Schuhandler) or before Walcott Street (outside IGA Supermarket).
Ask a friendly taxi driver to take you to Beaufort Street.
It is pretty easy to get to Beaufort Street by car. But Beaufort Street is a popular place. So it is not surprising that car parking spaces are also popular. Most of the parking is either paid parking with first hour free (south of Walcott Street) or timed parking (north of Walcott Street).
It’s much better to walk, cycle, get a taxi, catch the bus or even the train here. You then get to soak up more of the cool atmosphere. Or have a few drinks without worrying about driving home. But if you have to drive, there is lots of parking available for smart people. You just need to explore a bit.
There is free, untimed parking available on Walcott Street west of Raglan Road (look out for Fez Café on the corner). It is available anytime except for the Clearway times of 4.15pm to 6.00pm, Monday to Friday. There is always heaps of free parking available in this location.
There is also free parking available on Field Street, Mount Lawley, just across Walcott Street.