Getting around

University Hall's central location means you're walking distance to class, the shops, the river and entertainment areas

Transport services 

  • Parking
  • Student Car Share
  • Public Transport


Parking for your car, motorbike or scooter is available by registering your interest for a permit at the University Hall Office. Parking permits are in high demand so request your permit as soon as you settle in.

If a parking bay isn't available, you'll be placed on a waiting list and notified when a bay becomes available. There are a limited number of bays and priority is given to; returning residents, those with special needs and residents with work requirements. 

External car bay
$420 full year tenancy
$210 for single semester tenancy

Undercover car bay
$500 full year tenancy
$250 for single semester tenancy

Motorbike/scooter bay 
$200 per year

*prices subject to change each year

Student Car Share

The Student Car Share Program is a partnership between UWA and Student Car Share where residents can sign up, become a member and hire affordable cars.

Two bays are located at UniHall and are ready for students to hire out for an hour, the day, a weekend or just as long as you need. Many residents have hired the cars for road trips during semester breaks and have explored regional Western Australia. Some favourite spots include: Margaret River, Dunsborough beaches, camping in Yanchep and simply driving along our beautiful coast line.

To find out more about hiring a car visit the Student Car Share website.

Public Transport

There are a number of buses which arrive at our front doorstep with frequent services to the city, Fremantle, shopping areas, popular cafes and restaurants, Perth beaches and anywhere you need to go.  It's only a five minute bus ride into the city and from there you can catch other bus lines, the train or ferry.

All UniHallers (UWA students) receive a discounted rate to travel on public transport by purchasing and using a Transperth SmartRider. This can be purchased on campus in the Guild Village and from local news agencies. 

To plan your journey from UniHall you can use the Transperth Website.

Your new home

University Hall is home to over 750 residents who live amongst five different houses. You'll find out which house you're in once your offer has been confirmed. In the meantime take a look at our virtual room tours.

The external view of the new building of University Hall with students walking to class.