Getting to Barrack Street Jetty – Public Transport

Barrack Street Jetty is only a short stroll from the Perth CBD and is easily accessible by public transport. 

Train and Bus

The Elizabeth Quay Train Station and Busport is located 400m from Barrack Street Jetty. Exit the train station/busport on The Esplanade and walk east where you will cross over William Street keep walking until you reach Barrack Street (300m), turn right and head south towards the river (100m) along Barrack Street. Head directly towards the water front by the Bell Tower.

Blue CAT Bus

Take the free CAT bus right to our front door. The blue CAT runs in a north south direction between Barrack Street Jetty (stop 2) and Northbridge all week. Arrival times may vary, you can access live times on the Transperth website.


Transperth operates regular ferry services between Elizabeth Quay and Mends Street Jetty (South Perth) all week, perfect for visiting the Perth Zoo.

For the most up to date Ferry timetable visit the Transperth website.

Getting to Barrack Street Jetty – Parking

You can find a limited number of paid parking bays at Barrack Street Jetty which are available for up to two or three hours at a time. If you need more time at Barrack Street Jetty you can find longer parking options just a short distance away:

Terrace Road: entry Terrace Road (CPP)
Concert Hall: entry Terrace Road (CPP)
Council House: entry 27 St George’s Terrace (CPP)

Getting to Victoria Quay – Public Transport

Train and Bus

The Fremantle Train Station and bus terminal is a 5-10 minute walk from Victoria Quay.  See TransPerth for advice on the bus or train that best suits your requirements. 

Fremantle CAT buses (free)

The free CAT buses run seven days a week, every 10 minutes. There is a Red CAT (northern route) and a Blue CAT (southern route). The bright orange buses take you to all of the most popular Fremantle destinations. There is a Red CAT bus stop located on Victoria Quay at A Shed and a stop near the corner of Phillimore and Cliff streets for the Blue and Red CATs. The buses are fully accessible, with vehicle kneeling action at the kerbside, a driver-activated ramp and low floor design for disabled access.

See Fremantle CAT bus for more information.

Getting to Victoria Quay – Parking

There are a number of parking areas in Victoria Quay, including short, medium and long-term options.

See the Fremantle Parking and Amenities map.

ACROD Permit Parking:
There are multiple allotted parking bays set-aside for people who require wider bays and convenient access to facilities throughout Victoria Quay. Please note that parking in these specific bays is only permitted for motorists who display a current valid ACROD permit on the dashboard of their vehicle.