Claremont Station Project

Claremont Station (Katabirup)

A multi-million dollar project at Claremont Station will improve passenger experience at the station, increase service frequency and allow direct access to the Forrestfield-Airport Link.

We’ve built new rail infrastructure called a turnback so Forrestfield-Airport Link trains can drop passengers off at Claremont Station and turn around to head back the way they came.

In addition, we’ve upgraded Claremont Station with improved bus facilities and brought the heritage station up to current accessibility standards.

The Noongar Place name for Claremont is Katabirup (Kart-a-bir-up) and the narrative is ‘the place where the track to the top of the hill is located’.

Project Documents

Latest News

Claremont Underpass: an art portal to the Past and Present

Claremont Underpass: an art portal to the Past and Present

Patterns from the past painted in eye-catching pops of colour, and Jurassic-sized hand painted flowers, make the newly opened Claremont Station underpass feel more like a walk-through art gallery.

Rain doesn’t dampen the METRONET spirit

Rain doesn’t dampen the METRONET spirit

Perth may have just experienced its wettest October in 50 years, but that hasn’t slowed down these METRONET projects!

Art class takes Claremont back to school

Art class takes Claremont back to school

A partnership between the Claremont Station Project and Scotch College has given students a first-hand glimpse into the art world.

All aboard at Claremont Station

All aboard at Claremont Station

We are very excited to have Claremont Station back in action from Tuesday 1 June, following vital works to the 135-year-old heritage-listed station.

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