East Perth railway station
East Perth railway station is located on the Midland line in Perth, Western Australia. It is operated by Transperth serving the suburb of East Perth. It is adjacent to the East Perth Terminal and Public Transport Centre.
The station took the name of the previous East Perth station, which was renamed Claisebrook. The former East Perth railway station was removed on the change of the railway system in the late 1960s.
The original East Perth railway station opened in 1883, and in the early 20th century was found the name East Perth Junction (the junction being the line that proceeded to Armadale joined the Eastern Railway close to the station. It was renamed Claisebrook in 1969.
As part of the Perth Stadium transport works, the station was upgraded over a two-year period from 2016 to 2018. Due to the large numbers expected to utilise the station on event days, an upgrade was required to ensure that the station could handle the large crowds, as well as to make it fully accessible. Works included lengthening platforms and associated shelters to handle four to six car trains, upgrading and expanding lifts, staircases and walkways, and expanding car and bike parking spaces. In addition, platforms were resurfaced, tactile markings were added and four new lifts were installed to make the station fully compliant with disability access standards. As of March 2018, only minor works are left to be completed.
 East Perth station platforms Stop Platform Line Stopping pattern Destination Notes 99421 1 Midland All stations Perth 99422 2 Midland All stations, B, P Midland
The big long platform (approx. 650m length) to the west of platforms 1 and 2 is the platform for country trains to Kalgoorlie and interstate train to Adelaide (platform 500m) and Sydney (platform 350m).
East Perth Terminal platform Stop Platform Line Stopping pattern Destination Notes 95024 Prospector All stations Kalgoorlie 95024 MerredinLink All stations Merredin
- Transperth services
Stop Route Destination / description Notes  East Parade (south bound) 905 Train replacement service to Perth  East Parade (south bound) 905 Train replacement service to Midland
- Transwa coach services, departing East Perth Terminal
Stop Route Destination / description Notes  East Perth Terminal N1 879 to Kalbarri via Midland, Cataby, Port Denison and Geraldton N2 851, 891 to Geraldton via Midland, New Norcia and Carnamah N3 811 to Geraldton via Midland, Northam, Ballidu, Wubin and Perenjori N1 GPE1 to Geraldton via Midland, Cataby and Port Denison N5 PG1, PG3 to Geraldton via Joondalup, Cervantes and Dongara Stop Route Destination / description Notes  East Perth Terminal GS1/GS2 411 to Albany via Armadale, Williams, Narrogin, Katanning, Cranbrook and [Mount Barker GS1 AP Odds to Albany via Armadale, Williams, Cranbrook and Mount Barker GS2 Odds to Albany via Midland, Northam, York, Brookton, Katanning, Tambellup and Mount Barker Route 515 terminates at Gnowangerup
Route 531 terminates at Katanning Shire office
GS3 317 to Albany via Cockburn Central, Mandurah, Bunbury, Manjimup, Walpole and Denmark Stop Route Destination / description Notes  East Perth Terminal GE1 EP1 to Esperance via Armadale, Williams, Dumbleyung and Ravensthorpe GE1 EP7 to Esperance via Armadale, Williams, Gnowangerup and Ravensthorpe GE2 EP3 to Esperance via Midland, Quairading, Hyden and Ravensthorpe GE2 EP5 to Esperance via Midland, Quairading, Lake Grace and Ravensthorpe Stop Route Destination / description Notes  East Perth Terminal SW1 Odds to Pemberton via Cockburn Central, Mandurah, Bunbury, Busselton, Dunsborough, Margaret River and Augusta Route 279 via Settlers
Route 271S via Siesta Park
Route 277 and 279 terminates at Augusta
SW2 315 to Pemberton via Cockburn Central, Mandurah, Bunbury, Donnybrook, Bridgetown and Manjimup SW3 321 to Pemberton via Cockburn Central, Mandurah, Bunbury, Collie, Bridgetown and Manjimup
- East Perth Station Archived 12 February 2015 at the Wayback Machine History of Western Australian Railways & Stations
- History at a Glance Public Transport Authority
- Higham, G. J; Geoproject Solutions (2006), Where WAS that? : an historical gazetteer of Western Australia (2nd ed.), Geoproject Solutions, ISBN 978-0-9758024-0-3