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Don’t be caught out, take Transperth to the Perth Test

Catch Transperth and avoid being hit for six when international test cricket returns to Perth tomorrow. 

Perth Stadium is hosting long-form cricket from December 14 to 18 when Australia takes on Pakistan in the first of three test matches between the two countries.

It will be business as usual for Transperth, with tens of thousands of attendees expected to catch trains and buses to and from the stadium throughout the match.    

Trains will stop at Stadium Station all day across the five days, but there will be no event bus network or direct Joondalup and Fremantle train services for this match. Instead, catch a timetabled service to Perth, then transfer to a train to Stadium Station.

Transperth travel is included in all match tickets. 

Spokesman David Hynes said Transperth was no stranger to moving crowds to and from big sporting events.

“Australian cricket has a long and proud history of outstanding ‘quicks’ and Transperth is part of that – it’s amazing how quickly and easily Transperth can move fans wanting to enjoy the action,” he said. 

“Whether it’s footy, cricket, or a concert, we are well-versed in getting everyone to and from events with minimal fuss or wait time, and this match will be no different.

“With tens thousands expected to attend across the five days, ticketholders are encouraged to plan their journey and leave plenty of time to avoid missing out on any of the action.” 

Visit www.transperth.wa.gov.au or download the Transperth App for more information.

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