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Edith Cowan University Mount Lawley Campus

Building 16 and 17

2 Bradford St

Mount Lawley WA 6050

View the conference map here. 

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The Edith Cowan University Mount Lawley Campus is only minutes from Perth's CBD, located at the intersection of Alexander Drive and Central Avenue and is easily accessible by car, bus and bike. The campus features a wide range of contemporary facilities to enhance delegate experiences which include state-of-the-art teaching facilities. 

Getting to Mount Lawley Campus

By car or other vehicle

There is limited parking for visitors at Mount Lawley Campus. During semester the car parks and roads around the campus can be busy, so ensure you leave ample time for your journey.

Visitor parking is highlighted on the below campus map in green and is available by:

  • Purchasing a parking 'scratchie' from the on-campus bookshop or food outlets; or

  • Parking in one of our visitor parking areas and using the ticket vending machines.

By bus

Transperth operates a number of bus routes from the Perth CBD and Morley bus station. The main bus stop is located on Alexander Drive. For detailed bus routes and timetabling, see the Transperth website.

By motorcycle or scooter

Free parking for motorcycles and scooters is available in designated areas.

By bicycle

We have a range of facilities for cyclists, joggers and walkers. Our end-of-trip facilities include showers, change rooms and lockers at the ECU Sport Centre. U-rails to secure bicycles are located outside many of our buildings.

For comprehensive bike maps for cycling around metropolitan Perth, refer to the Transport WA website.

Campus Map

The conference will be held in Building 16 and Building 17 as well as a marquee in-between the buildings. 

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View the interactive campus map

Venue emergency procedures

To view the venue emergency procedures, please click here

This event is sponsored by DATTA WA and any views expressed at the event do not necessarily reflect the views of Edith Cowan University.

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