Hotels Near Perth Stadium
WHY BOOK ACCOMMODATION CLOSE TO THE NEW PERTH STADIUM?
Searching for cheap hotels near Perth Stadium or 5 star luxury resort style hotels near Perth's train station? Look no further because whatever type or price of accommodation close the new Perth stadium, we've got lot's of online booking options for travellers and sports fans, especially guests from out of Perth. The advantage of booking a hotel within walking distance of the Perth stadium, is that you you'll save, traffic and parking stress while getting fit, admiring views of the Swan River. Public transport options to Perth Stadium are covered below.
GETTING TO THE PERTH STADIUM FROM NEARBY HOTELS
BY TRAIN via the new Perth Stadium train station, the second biggest station in Perth. It is expected 80% of spectators to events at Perth Stadium will be by train. Car parks at Perth train stations is free on weekends. Park and ride should be a popular way of getting to Perth Stadium. Many events including football matches will include free trains to Optus Stadium. From Perth the train crosses the Swan River on the Goongoongup railway bridge, next to the Windan Bridge.
BUS TRANSPORT to Perth Stadium will carry spectators from/to Perth's suburbs not covered by the Transperth train network. Extra busses will be in service until construction off the pedestrian bridge to East Perth is complete. If you don't have a hotel near East Perth, then catch a bus in Perth's CBD, at St Georges marked "WACA". Buses in the Perth CBD are free.
CYCLE/WALK - From, Victoria Park, Belmont and Burswood. The cycle path along the Swan River if approaching from the southwest or Victoria Park is a pleasant option. This approach is south of Optus Stadium. If approaching Perth Stadium from the many cheap hotels in Belmont, walk west along the Great Eastern Highway, then turn right along Victoria Park Drive after walking under and past (500m) the rail bridge spanning Great Eastern Highway. From East Perth the Windan Bridge from East Perth should be a pedestrian option if you're not drunk. It's a big drop. The new Swan River pedestrian crossing bridge in 2018 when the delayed Matagarup bridge construction is finished. Unfortunately because of engineering stuff ups, the foot bridge won't be operational till late 2018. Because of the transport pressures, this delay means no Friday night games at the Perth stadium till the bridge is operational. An alternate, longer pedestrian route joining East Perth with the new Optus Stadium is under the Windan bridge over the Swan River. Bicycle routes to Perth Stadium are the same as that for pedestrians mentioned above though I guess the Windan Bridge would be closed for cyclists on event days.
By boat. A jetty at the stadium is planned for a ferry service between Perth and the Perth Stadium. Freo Docker supporter could combine a football match in Perth with a pleasant Perth whole boat charter cruise back to Fremantle down the Swan River. In April and May 2018 the Swan River is closed to boats at the bridge construction site.