The main entrance to Girls School is 2 Wellington Street, East Perth 6004.
Girls School is housed in the Old Perth Girls School building that sits at the highest point of East Perth.
Opening Hours are dependent on the programming of the venue. Please see the details of the event for more information.
Take Public Transport
Did you know Girls School is in the Free Transit Zone? Any trip that starts and finishes inside the FTZ is completely free!
The free Yellow CAT bus stops right across the road! Just jump off at the Plain Street Stop (Stop 30) if you’re coming from the CBD or Stop 8 if you’re coming from Claisebrook Station.
If you’re taking the Red CAT make sure to also get off at Plain Street (Stop 3).
If you are taking public transport to Girls School we’re a short 15 minute walk from both McIver and Claisebrook Train Stations or a 30 minute walk from Perth Station.
Accessible entry into Girls School is via the back of the building (off Bronte Street) with designated Accessible Parking bays available.
Accessible parking at Girls School is free.
When you arrive, please call the Girls School Site Manager on 0492 905 692 who will open the gate for you.
Please keep in mind that this phone is only monitored during operational hours.
For more information on Accessibility at Girls School click here.
For the early birds, we have very limited free parking on site at the Girls School for the first 30 cars, but this will fill up fast. Entry is from the front gates off Wellington Street.*
There is a huge City of Perth carpark across the road with the cheapest rates in the city. The City of Perth Queens Park parking lot is at 42-62 Nelson Crescent and Horatio Street, open 24 hours. Click here to see the parking rates and for more information.
*We request that patrons do not leave vehicles parked in our parking lot overnight. Our gates are locked after the second film finishes and any vehicles on the premises will be locked inside. Cars will not be able to be retrieved until the next day.
Walk or Bike
If you decide to take the healthy route and either walk or cycle, there are some beautiful shared paths nearby that provide stunning river and city views.