Public Transport

There are plenty of readily available public transport options for staff and visitors who need an alternative way to travel to our medical centre.

  • Transperth has a journey planning tool online which you can access yourself, or call in to our TravelSmart Junction and our team can help you navigate your journey!  Hardcopy timetables and Transperth information resources are also available from our office.
  • Need to purchase or reload your SmartRider card? You can now do this at the TravelSmart Junction.
  • Bus stops along Hospital Avenue are located outside of the Oral Health Centre, Perth Children’s Hospital, the Multi-Deck Car Park, G Block, and C Block.
  • You can use Google maps to locate the QEII Medical Centre.
  • Some DoH staff at QEIIMC may be eligible for a Corporate SmartRider. Please read the full guidelines here for more information.

TravelSmart Junction

Staff, visitors and patients can contact TravelSmart for help with route planning to QEIIMC, for information about public transport to QEIIMC, for SmartRider top-ups and sales or about the bike end of trip facilities on campus.


(08) 6457 2927

(08) 6457 4085


TravelSmart Junction
E Street, E Block, Ground Floor
Hospital Ave, Queen Elizabeth II Medical Centre

Bus Services

  • Bus Route 24
    From St Georges Terrace – Kings Park Road – Thomas Street – Nicholson Road – Hospital Avenue (QEIIMC) – Monash Avenue – Hampden Road – UWA – Claremont, and reverse journey.
  • Bus Route 25
    From Elizabeth Quay Station– Kings Park Road – Thomas Street – Hamersly Road – Hospital Avenue (QEIIMC) – UWA – Claremont, and reverse journey.
  • Bus Route 26
    From Terrace Road  – St Georges Terrace – Westralia Square – Kings Park Road –  Hospital Avenue (QEIIMC) – Hollywood Private Hospital, and reverse journey.
  • Bus 103
    From St Georges Terrace – Kings Park Road – Hospital Avenue (QEIIMC) – Hampden Road (UWA) – Stirling Highway – Fremantle, and reverse journey.
  • Bus Route 950 – From Morley Bus Station – Beaufort Street – Wellington Street – William Street – Elizabeth Quay Bus Station – Mounts Bay Road – UWA – Hospital Avenue (QEIIMC), and reverse journey.
  • Bus Route 96
    From the Leederville train station – Hospital Avenue (QEIIMC) – Hampden Road / Stirling Highway – Hackett Drive / Parkway. Does not run on weekends.
  • Bus Route 97
    From the Subiaco train station – Rokeby Road – Nicholson Road – Hospital Avenue (QEIIMC) – Hampden Road – UWA, and reverse journey.  Does not run on weekends.
  • Circle Route 998 and 999
    Travels in a circle route outside the city to QEIIMC, UWA and various shopping centres.  Links to Stirling train station, Shenton Park train station and the University of Western Australia.  Services the following suburbs en route: Stirling, Balcatta, Innaloo, Floreat, Wembley, Jolimont, Daglish, Subiaco, Shenton Park and Karrakatta. Buses 998 and 999 travel the same route, but in opposite directions to each other.  Make sure you are catching the correct service!

Connections to Train Services

  • Joondalup line
    Take the train to Stirling Station, then catch the Circle Route bus (No. 999, and No. 998 to return).
  • Midland and Armadale/Thornlie line
    Take a train into Perth Station, then travel out on the Fremantle line, or disembark at Perth Station and take bus No. 950 from Wellington Street.
  • Fremantle line
    Travel through to Subiaco Station and catch the Subiaco Shuttle (No. 97), or through to Shenton Park Station to connect to the Circle Route (No. 999, and No. 998 to return).
  • Mandurah line
    Take a train to Elizabeth Quay Station, then catch bus No. 950 from the Elizabeth Quay Bus Station.

Catch a Purple CAT to QEIIMC!

The Purple CAT travels from Elizabeth Quay Bus Station to the QEII Medical Centre and the University of Western Australia, via Kings Park Road and Thomas Street. View the Purple CAT map and timetable by clicking here.

Get Directions to QEIIMC



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.  All contents copyright Government Western Australia. All rights reserved.