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Cycling

We want to make Curtin a greater place to access via bike, so that you can enjoy the economic, health and logistical benefits of cycling to, and around, the campus. There's a fantastic network of shared paths in and around the university to make it safe for you to cycle and a wide selection of places to park your bike while you're on campus.

Suggested Cycle Routes

Here are some suggested route maps (pdfs) to cycle to campus from South Perth foreshore, Canning Bridge/Freeway PSP, and Oats St Station.

For extra help to plan your cycle journey to Curtin, visit the
WA Department of Transport website.

eBike Loans

Curtin University now offers eBikes to staff to trial for 2 week loan periods. An electric bike is a pedal assisted bike that makes cycling more comfortable by allowing the rider to reduce the effort required to push the bicycle forward. There are 4 styles to choose from with rear baskets on some bikes as well as one folding bike.
Please email transport@curtin.edu.au if you would like to add your name to the wait list for this opportunity.

Where to park your bike

There is a range of facilities at Curtin to make it easier to park your bike:

  1. Over 500 bike racks at more than 40 locations, campus-wide
  2. Secure bike parks located at the following buildings: B108, B500 (showers/lockers), B410 (showers/lockers), B302, B107 (showers/lockers)
  3. Bike pods include electric bike charging points, lockers and shower facilities: B160, B315, B409, B214, B217
  4. Bike pods and parks require swipe card access. Contact security (+61 8 9266 4444) for more information

Bike Users Map! (new map coming soon)

Locations of racks, parks and pods can be found on the
Curtin Bike Users Map (PDF).

Keeping your bike secure

Curtin wants to ensure that your bike ride to and from Curtin is safe and enjoyable. So remember that all road rules apply on campus, which means giving way to pedestrians and wearing a helmet.

Keeping your bike secure while it's on campus is also important, so here’s some tips:

  1. Always use the secure racks, where possible
  2. Ensure you use a good quality lock at all times
  3. Report any suspicious activity
  4. Photograph your bike with its serial number
  5. Engrave your driver's licence number onto your bike to enable easier identification of ownership

Contact our Security team on +61 8 9266 4444 to report all incidents of damage or theft.

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WHO CAN I CALL?

Service Centre +61 8 9266 2020
Safety & Security +61 8 9266 4444
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