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CAT stands for Central Area Transit. We use a colour-coding system to identify the different routes each bus takes. To see all CAT timetables and maps use the Timetable Search.


Central Area Transit (CAT) buses are free. You may get on and off them as often as you like without paying a fare.










Free Bus Service Around the City Of Perth, Fremantle and Joondalup


CAT, or Central Area Transit Buses is a free bus service that operates within the city centre of Perth, Fremantle and Joondalup. You may hop and hop off these buses as many times as you want without paying any fares.

There are various route options which are colour coded to highlight the differences. Cat bus stops are clearly marked, evenly spread out and easy to find – simply hold out your hand to flag down the bus.

These buses operate 7 days a week but there is no service on Christmas Day, Good Friday and ANZAC Day. Visit the Transperth website to view the timetable and route maps for Perth, Fremantle and Joondalup here.
Perth City Cat Services

There are 4 different cat buses operating in and around the city, Red, Yellow, Blue and Green.










Blue Cat:
This bus travels in a North-South loop from the Barrack Street Jetty to Northbridge and is convenient for Elizabeth Quay, the Perth Train Station and Northbridge.

Red Cat:
Travels in an East-West loop from Queens Gardens in East Perth to Outram St in West Perth and is convenient for Kings Park, city shopping, the Perth train station and east Perth hotels.

Yellow Cat:
This bus completes and east to west loop and is convenient for Scitech, Watertown, the Perth train station and Claisebrook.

Green Cat:
Travels between Leederville Station and Elizabeth Quay Bus Station via City West, West Perth and St Georges Terrace.
Fremantle Cat Services:






Fremantle offers 2 different routes on their free bus service. These services run 7 days a week, with the exception of Good Friday, Christmas Day and Boxing Day. The services visit places of interest in the central Fremantle area.

Blue Cat:
This route takes you past, amongst other places, the Fremantle train station, the Cuppuccino Strip, Fremantle Markets and Victoria Quay.

Red Cat:
This bus visits the Maritime Museum, E-shed Markets, Rottnest Ferry Terminal, Fremantle Arts Centre, the Town Hall, Fremantle Station and more.
Joondalup Cat Bus



There are 3 cat buses circling the Joondalup area which operate Monday to Friday (with the exception of the Yellow Cat which is Monday – Thursday).



Blue Cat:
Starts and finishes at Joondalup Station and travels in a clockwise direction via Lakeside Drive.

Red Cat:
This bus follows an anti-clockwise route along Lakeside Drive, returning to the Joondalup Train Station.

Yellow Cat:
Starts and finishes at Joondalup Station and travels in a loop around Edith Cowan University (ECU).







Perth

Free Transit Zone


Perth city has a Free Transit Zone for buses and a SmartRider Free Transit Zone for trains.

Free Transit Zone for buses

To travel free, you must start and finish your journey within the zone.
If you start and finish within the zone, you can ride the bus without buying a ticket.
If your journey starts or finishes outside the zone, you must pay a fare for the whole journey.
The Free Transit Zone logo on bus stops identifies the boundaries of the zone.

Using your SmartRider card in the Free Transit Zone for buses

If your journey either starts or finishes outside the zone, you should tag on and tag off in the normal way.
If your journey is entirely within the zone, there is no need to tag on when you board the bus. However, if you do tag on, you should tag off too.
If you tag on inside the zone without tagging off, we will charge you the default fare for that bus service.

SmartRider Free Transit Zone for trains

To travel free, you must use a SmartRider card, start and finish your journey within the zone and tag on and off in the normal way.
The boundaries of zone are City West Station, Elizabeth Quay Station and Claisebrook Station.









Timetables

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live cat times

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Tour zone Icons


From Elizabeth Quay

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Gondala on Swan Ride: Authentic design, short tours 2 to 6 people 2019.05 updated 
The Island Brew House F&D Brewery Bistro breakfast lunch diner 2019.04 
Carousel merry go round Ride: kids, note height restriction and parents need to surpervise 2019.04 updated 
Boat Moorings Boat Pens 2019.04 updated 
First Contact Sculpture Sculpture: silver & eliminates at night  2019.05.23 Google map Street view added 
Wild West Charters Ride: Jet boat Eco tour 2019.05 Google Map Step inside added 
Spanda sculpture Sculpture: 29m High at Northern landing   
The Towers Condos and retail   
Elizabeth Quay Island Island / Micro Brewery / Bistro & Childrens Playground  
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Getting there


one of the fun ways to enjoy the journey is on the river, try the local ferry service from South Perth, East Perth, Burswood or contact the private boat charter service at the quay and haggle a price for a group taxi service (private charters service is 8 to 12 people)

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Major tourist options 
Boat, Bus, taxi / uber, Bike and foot 

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Places visited


Event date / locationEvent typeTitle / summaryVenue / hostPublication link
2019.08.27 / Applecross Heathcote Reserve google map visit how that view Heathcote Reserve fbk grp wa tourism 
2019.09.13 / Point Fraser Perth activity bike along the river Birds of colour Point Fraser fbk grp wa tourism 
2019.09.15 / Crawley Perth riverside Photo spot instagram or bust Blue Boat House fbk grp wa tourism 
2019.08.21 Google map people / paths Heirisson Island 2019.08 Drifting HI & LQ  
2019.08.10 Google map people / paths Kings Park wk 2 2019.08 wk2 360 step inside  
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