Curtin’s Bentley Campus covers 116 hectares and our campus map is the best resource to help you find your way around. We have maps that highlight cycle paths, buildings, parking and accessibility.
Active transport is any physical activity used for travel, including walking, cycling and using public transport. Curtin promotes active transport as part of an ongoing commitment to create a sustainable and healthy campus. We offer a variety of alternative forms of transport for visitors, staff and students. Take advantage of these options to stay healthy, save money and protect the environment.
Ride your bike
Riding your bike to campus is a great way to stay fit and have fun. It can also save you money and help save the environment. Find out about cycling to campus including bike maps, details on where to find end of trip facilities, route planning information and safety tips.
Walking to Curtin
If you live close to campus, walking is an easy way to get around, see the area and stay healthy. See maps of campus and the local area.
You should consider using public transport when coming to Curtin – it’s a great way to save money and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The bus station at the Bentley Campus is one of the busiest in Perth, with seven different services stopping frequently during semester. The circle route, which runs between Perth’s universities, train stations and shopping centres, stops every 15 minutes between 6.30 am and 6.00 pm on weekdays. Some buses connect with train services that run to the outer metropolitan area.
Visit the Transperth website for timetables and other public transport information.
Free bus service
We offer a free hail and ride bus service for staff and students throughout semester. Find out about bus routes and times.
There are several taxi ranks at the Bentley campus. Taxi ranks are marked with a yellow “T” icon on the Bentley Campus Map.
Curtin now provides access to a free, online carpooling service.