• Google map of Elizabeth Quay location


    Elizabeth Quay is located on the edge of the picturesque Swan River, between Barrack and William streets in the heart of Perth CBD. Look for the Bell Tower to find Barrack Street Jetty.


Map of Elizabeth Quay showing amenities

Getting here

Public Transport

Elizabeth Quay 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 (formerly The Esplanade Station) is located across the road from Elizabeth Quay and just 400m from Barrack Street Jetty. Exit the train station/busport on The Esplanade and walk east until you reach the quay, or continue towards Barrack Street (300m), turn right and head south towards the river (100m) to find Barrack Street Jetty. 


Take the free CAT bus right to Barrack Street Jetty's front door. The blue CAT runs in a north south direction between Barrack Street Jetty (stop 18) and Northbridge all week:

  • Monday to Thursday from 6.50am - 7.30pm, every eight minutes
  • Fridays from 6.50am - 7:30pm, every 8 minutes, 7.30pm - 1.00am every 15 minutes
  • Saturdays from 8.30am - 1.00am, every 15 minutes
  • Sundays and public holidays from 8.30am – 7.00pm, every 15 minutes

Arrival times may vary, you can access live times on the Transperth website.


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

Summer Timetable (September – May):

  • Monday to Thursday from 6.30am – 10.25pm
  • Friday from 6.30am - 11.55pm
  • Saturday from 7.30am – 11.55pm
  • Sunday and public holidays from 7.30am – 9.25pm

Winter Timetable (June – August):

  • Monday to Friday from 6.30am – 9.25pm
  • Saturday from 7.30am – 9.25pm
  • Sunday and public holidays from 7.50am – 9.25pm

Transperth Timetables

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


The inlet is home to twenty-four short stay boat moorings for public use.

To enter the inlet, recreational boats must be able to pass under the pedestrian and cyclist bridge. The bridge provides a clearance of 4.5m off the water which will allow most 12m and 10m boats with a flybridge into the inlet at all stages of the tide.

The twenty-four short stay moorings will initially be available to the public for stays of three hours or less. Visitors should be aware that the availability of the short stay berths may be affected by water based events.

Ten new swing moorings have been installed just outside the inlet opening to accommodate larger vessels.

For more information on recreational boating in Perth waters visit the Department of Transport.


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 Elizabeth Quay you can find longer parking options just a short distance away:

Visit City of Perth Parking (CPP) or Wilson Parking (WP) for information on rates, opening hours and available bays at each of these car parks.