Plan your Visit
Situated in the Perth Cultural Centre, the Art Gallery of WA is conveniently located within easy walking distance from the Perth train station, and is accessible from most Perth-bound bus routes.
Entry from the City is best taken via the Perth Train Station and Roe Street pedestrian overpass, or from Beaufort Street via the James Street Mall.
AGWA is easily accessed by the pedestrian over-pass from the Perth Train Station. On alighting from your train follow signs for 'Eastern Concourse'. Take the lift or the escalators to the top; proceed through the barriers and turn left. You will cross the bridge immediately before arriving at the Gallery to your right.
Transperth recommend that those travellers requiring special assistance at train stations contact them on 1800 800 022 for further details. This is a 24 hour service. For more information on routes, timetables and services contact Transperth's InfoLine on +61 9 9428 1900 (overseas and interstate visitors) or 13 62 13 alternatively visit Transperth online.
Bus and Taxi
Transperth's Blue CAT buses provide the closest pick-up and drop-off points for the Art Gallery at the Museum Stop on Beaufort St.
Taxi and special group buses are temporarily permitted to drive into the Cultural Centre to within 30m of the Main Gallery entrance for set-down and pick-up purposes only. Please inform your driver to enter James St via Beaufort St. Longer-term parking is strictly prohibited.
General and ACROD car parking is available within the Perth Cultural Centre precinct.
The closest ACROD accessible parking with lift access to the Cultural Centre are located at:
Cultural Centre car park (CCP) 4 bays
State Library car park (CCP) 7 bays
Citiplace car park (CCP) 5 bays
City of Perth Parking (CPP) provides convenient open and covered car parking facilities around the city – including three in close proximity to the Art Gallery – just look for the distinctive City of Perth Parking signs.
Download the CPP Parking App
Day: Wednesday - Monday
Time: 10am - 5pm
Closed Tuesdays, Good Friday, Anzac Day (25 April) and Christmas Day.
While the Gallery is free to visit, we do ask all visitors to make a voluntary donation as you enter.
Centenary Galleries Closure
The Centenary Galleries are closed from 18-25 July 2016 to allow for the installation of the upcoming exhibition Continental Shift and to refresh the State Art Collection display.
Perth Cultural Centre