If you are commuting to the QEIIMCĀ site for work and are able, why not try cycling?

Locations of external bike parking and End of Trip Facilities (access may be limited by tenant organisation) can be viewed on the QEIIMC map. The Department of Transport creates maps of cycle paths across metropolitan Perth that can be viewed here on their website.

Please do not lock your bikes up to the fences or railings as this can restrict walkways and access points, hampering movements in the event of an emergency and hindering people with mobility problems.

Looking for more info on active commuting options around Perth?

Your Move is a free program that provides information and support to help you find more active ways to get around, while reducing the time you spend in your car including handy local area maps.


End of Trip Facilities

Secure bike parking, lockers and shower facilities are available for some tenants. Please see the QEIIMC mapĀ for the locations of end of trip facilities and other bike parking areas. Access to these facilities will depend on the organisation to which they belong – some are limited to employees of specific tenants, or occupants of certain buildings. Ā Please contact theĀ TravelSmart JunctionĀ if you are unsure which facilities you are able to use, and how to access them.

Electric Pool Bikes

The QEIIMC Trust has set up an electric pool bike system for all QEIIMC employees to use for any kind of work related trips such as meetings, travel between sites and visiting clients.

To book an electric bike, pleaseĀ contact the TravelSmart Junction. Booking hours areĀ Mon-Fri: 8:00am ā€“ 4:00pm.

Push Bike Hire

If you would like to try cycling to work but do not own a bike, you couldĀ rentĀ a bikeĀ from the TravelSmart Junction. For a $100.00 deposit, you will be provided with a bike and all of the necessary safety equipment. Once you return these items, your deposit will be returned.



The Queen Elizabeth II Medical Centre (QEIIMC) is a smoke-free environment and aims to encourage healthier lifestyle choices for its visitors, patients, staff and the wider community who share the QEIIMC premises and facilities.


We wish to acknowledge the custodians of this land, the Wadjuk (Perth region) people of the Nyoongar nation and their Elders past, present and future. The QEIIMC acknowledges and respects their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of this city and this region.Ā  All contents copyright Government Western Australia. All rights reserved.Ā