How to get to Optus Stadium in Perth using public transport: bus and train times

Cricket fans Sally Edwards from Thornlie and Alan Rogers from Canning Vale are looking forward to using public transport to get to Optus Stadium.
Cricket fans Sally Edwards from Thornlie and Alan Rogers from Canning Vale are looking forward to using public transport to get to Optus Stadium.

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CRICKET fans making their way to Optus Stadium for the first major event this weekend will be the first to try special bus services designed to reach areas without a dedicated train line.

The event – the One-Day International match between Australia and England – will see 60,000 people from across Perth head to Burswood.

The additional bus services for full-capacity events will start along select routes two hours before the event starts and will run every five to 10 minutes.

Cricket fan Sally Edwards said she went to the test game at the stadium and the public transport options were “amazing”.

Stadium event bus stops will be clearly marked with a black sign on top of them in the lead-up to the match.

Optus Stadium bus routes

661: CBD shuttle operating from Elizabeth Quay Bus Station via Adelaide Tce and St Georges Tce. Route 661 will start running three hours prior to the start of the event.

650: Karrinyup Bus Station via Innaloo

652: Mirrabooka Bus Station via Alexander Dr

653: Morley Bus Station via Beaufort St

654: Ellenbrook Town Centre via Bassendean Station

656: Canning Vale via Bentley Plaza

657: Curtin University Bus Station

658: Hamilton Hill via Kardinya Park

659: Fremantle via Canning Hwy