Parking at Curtin Stadium - Curtin Sport and Recreation | Curtin University, Perth, Australia
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Free parking

Parking is free in nearby Carparks and PE2 before 8.00am and after 4.30pm on weekdays, and free all day on weekends. For more information, please refer to the campus map.

Parking for staff and students

Between 8am and 4:30pm, Monday to Friday, parking is available for staff and students in nearby Carparks PB1 and PE2. Parking is pay as you go with the CellOPark app. Failure to use the CelloPark app during these hours may result in a fine.

For more information on parking at Curtin University, including the latest prices, please visit the parking webpage

Parking for community members and program visitors

If you have a current Curtin Community gym or all-access membership or you’re attending one of our wellbeing and rehabilitation programs, parking is available in one of the 30 purple bays marked as Reserved, in Carpark PB1 between 8am and 4:30pm, Monday to Friday. Outside of these times and on weekends, parking is free on campus. Please note that parking in the reserve bays is only allowed for 3 hours maximum while using the Stadium facilities, and is not available to students or staff.

The easiest way to access Carpark PB1 is directly from Kent Street. For more detail, please see our parking map [.pdf 1.01 MB].

On the first visit, you will need to provide your registration vehicle number to reception where it will be kept on file until the end of your membership. Failing to register your car may result in a possible parking fine.

If all reserved bays are unavailable, pay as you go parking is also available using the CellOPark app. Please refer to the Curtin parking webpage for hourly rates.

Please note that due to updated audit reasons Curtin Stadium can no longer on behalf of the client appeal Parking Infringement Notices. If you wish to make an appeal, you can do so via the Infringement Payment Portal.