Lords Recreation Center
5 Wembley Court, Subiaco WA 6008

Our Perth campus is fortunate enough to be located within one the largest Sport & Recreation centres in Western Australia and also only 10km from the City Centre.

Public Transport:

Trains – The ALG campus is situated within a 10 minute walk of two Train Stations (Subiaco and Daglish). Trains from these stations run in the direction of the Perth City Centre and also Fremantle. From the City Centre students will be able to access connecting options to their destination.

Buses – There are two bus stops located outside the Lords Recreation Centre and like the trains these run in the direction of the City Centre or Fremantle. From the City Centre students will be able to access connecting options to their destination.

Plan your Journey – For further public transport information and to plan your route please visit the following link https://www.transperth.wa.gov.au/Journey-Planner.



The most cost effective way for those who will access public transport is to pay using a smartrider. Applications forms are signed and provided at orientation. Please take this form to your nearest train station for further assistance.

Public Parking:

There is public parking located onsite and also in the surrounding suburbs and it is managed by the local council. Most of this parking is paid by hour and is limited to 2 – 3 hours . The onsite parking is regularly monitored by council ranger. Onsite there is a 3 hourly limit and a breach of this time limit can result in an infringement notice of $70. We strongly suggest not parking on site as missing to move your car by a few minutes will often result in a fine.

Please follow the link below to assist you with the closest public parking offered within the City of Subiaco and also the fees associated. https://www.subiaco.wa.gov.au/CityofSubiaco/media/City-of-Subiaco/Your-council/Talk-about-Subi/City-of-Subiaco-parking-map.pdf

Bicycle Network:

The ALG campus is fortunate to be located in close vicinity of the Perth Bicycle Network. The bicycle network provides cyclists with a safe and convenient way for students to travel to and from campus.