The WACA is the home of cricket in Western Australia and the venue's ground tours and museum both explain and display the history of this famous cricket ground.
Museum & Shop Hours
Open Monday to Friday 10am to 3pm
Visitors are asked to come to the Museum for ground tours. Merchandise is available from the Museum shop.
Entry Fee: A "gold” coin donation is appreciated.
Please note: The Museum is not open on weekends or public holidays. The Museum is open to visitors attending matches at the WACA.
Monday to Friday 10am & 1pm
Children (5-15yo) $5
WACA Members & accompanying guests: Free (Membership card required)
Members of other cricket associations: $10 (Membership card required)
Please note: Tours are not available on match days, public holidays and weekends. A Ground Tour and Museum visit will take approximately two hours.
Bookings are required for large groups of 10 or more. Contact 92657318 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The WACA Museum is located inside the WACA Ground near the corner of Hale Street and Nelson Crescent. Visitors can take the free CAT (Central Area Transport) buses from Perth to the WACA. The Red route 2 delivers visitors to the WACA stop near the ground and the Yellow route 3 delivers visitors close by, a short walk is involved. Entry is via a pedestrian gate on Hale St near the corner of Nelson Crescent. City of Perth paid parking is available nearby. Please allow two hours for your visit if a ground tour is involved.
For further information please contact the WACA Museum on (08) 9265 7318 or email email@example.com