New-Look Mirrabooka Bus Station
Image: A perspective of Mirrabooka Station

Work began in March 2010 to upgrade Mirrabooka bus station.  The bus station was initially developed in the 1970’s and has grown to be one of Transperth’s busiest bus stations with over 15,000 boardings per week.

The redevelopment works were completed in August 2011 and included:

  • improved disability access
  • new pavilion-style entrance building
  • new kiosk 
  • new customer service booth 
  • new public toilets 
  • new staff toilets 
  • new crib room 
  • new communications room 
  • new lighting systems 
  • new surveillance systems 
  • new landscaping
  • an increase in accessible car bays (two bays)
  • seven new bike u-rails.


Parking for patrons of the bus station is located at the southern end of the bus station. 
 
Adjacent to the bus station, the City of Stirling has finished work to revitalise the town centre (see http://www.stirling.wa.gov.au/Mirrabooka+Regional+Centre/ ). 

For further information on this project, email Lynda.Gray@pta.wa.gov.au or phone 9326 2623.
   


 


 

Work began in March 2010 to upgrade Mirrabooka bus station.  The bus station was initially developed in the 1970’s and has grown to be one of Transperth’s busiest bus stations with over 15,000 boardings per week.

The redevelopment works were completed in August 2011 and included:

  • improved disability access
  • new pavilion-style entrance building
  • new kiosk 
  • new customer service booth 
  • new public toilets 
  • new staff toilets 
  • new crib room 
  • new communications room 
  • new lighting systems 
  • new surveillance systems 
  • new landscaping
  • an increase in accessible car bays (two bays)
  • seven new bike u-rails.


Parking for patrons of the bus station is located at the southern end of the bus station. 
 
Adjacent to the bus station, the City of Stirling has finished work to revitalise the town centre (see http://www.stirling.wa.gov.au/Mirrabooka+Regional+Centre/ ). 

For further information on this project, email Lynda.Gray@pta.wa.gov.au or phone 9326 2623.