Public Transport in Alkimos

Trinity is a community that’s set to grow, with exciting new freeway, rail, and road extensions connecting Perth’s north.

You’re closer to it all

The Mitchell Freeway extension to Romeo Road opened in July 2023, landing directly on Trinity’s doorstep, providing residents a smoother commute to where they need to go.

Romeo Road borders on the north-eastern boundary of Trinity and provides direct access into the estate via Benenden Avenue, making Trinity the most connected estate in Alkimos.

Say goodbye to traffic headaches as the new northbound off-ramp and southbound on-ramp at Romeo Road make for a smoother, faster commute into the city. Just prepare yourself a coffee, jump in the car, and go. Get peace of mind that your family can live and play in a safer neighbourhood. By delivering more transport availability, the new freeway links ease pressure on the local roads, creating an even more peaceful community.

Close to the ocean, and close to it all, the new freeway extension saves you hours each week, with less waiting for traffic lights—and you get home to your family sooner each day.

Train stations near Trinity

Trinity is currently serviced by the Butler train station, just 500m away—an easy walk to get onto the train and into the city.

And living in Trinity is just going to get easier. On track for completion in late 2023, Alkimos will get its very own train station. As part of the METRONET expansion project, the new Alkimos Central train station will be situated just a 10-minute walk from the Trinity Village Shopping Centre.

The addition of this new station creates a transport hub for the north, connecting Trinity with the CBD, Perth Airport, Mandurah, and more.

Make your workday stress-free. With 600 parking spots available, it’s smooth and simple to drop your car off, catch the train to work, and get home again—without the headache of sitting in traffic. Get peace of mind that the kids get to school on time, with an attached bus interchange connecting the station to all the nearby education opportunities.

Buses in Trinity

The 483 and 484 are the local Trinity bus services, connecting the nearby schools to Butler Station, and on to Clarkson station.

Both the 490 and 491 bus services run directly up and down Marmion Avenue, connecting Trinity conveniently with Yanchep in the north, and Butler Station in the south.

Getting around Trinity

Trinity is a town that’s made for relaxed exploring, and you can get around it any way you like. Wide open roads deliver a smooth, safe driving experience, whether by car or by bus. Dedicated cycle paths get you out on two wheels. Nearby interactive bushwalks offer a range of fitness activities to stretch your legs, and the various playgrounds are made for exploring any old way.

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Schools and Child Care

With a new primary school, secondary school, and childcare close to the heart of the estate, your family is in good hands when it comes to education.

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Shopping and dining out

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