Roads, parking, pathways and beach access have temporarily changed at Scarborough while the beachfront is being refreshed. You can still visit and enjoy the beach, amphitheatre, parks and the local businesses as normal and we suggest you use Manning Street and Brighton Road as entry points to the area.
Bus 990 connects with trains at Glendalough Station on the Joondalup Line. Head down the escalators at the station to find the 990 bus stop located on Scarborough Beach Road.
Once you reach the terminus in Scarborough you can get to the beach (5 minutes) and local business including bars, restaurants and cafes by heading left or right.
Visit Transperth’s website for a journey planner, timetables and route details.
Cycling and walking
There’s a network of cycle and pedestrian pathways winding around Scarborough Beach - some are part of the popular and scenic Perth to Fremantle Bike Route.
Some pathways are currently diverted around the construction area, along The Esplanade and away from the coastline with beach access only from Manning Street and Brighton Road ends.
Download the map for cyclist and pedestrian access routes through the area.
There’s more than 1,000 bays available for parking at Scarborough Beach including a number of accessible bays:
- Free parking at lower and upper carparks directly off Manning Street and Brighton Road (note accessible bays to southern carpark only at Brighton Road end)
- Wilson carpark on Manning Street (first 2 hours free, $5 all day)
- Rendezvous Hotel ($5 first hour, $30 all day)
- Additional accessible parking is located along The Esplanade just south of the Clock Tower
Download the access map for all parking locations.
Catch a taxi from the rank outside the Rendezvous Hotel on The Esplanade. Taxis are often ready and waiting.
Amenities at the beach
Toilets are located just north of the surf club compound at Scarborough Beach Reserve and at Brighton Reserve.
Tap into the free WiFi at the beachfront.
Food and beverage
There's many restaurants, cafes, bars and take away outlets throughout Scarborough, with many located along The Esplanade.