Current opening hours are Monday- Friday 9.00am-5.00pm

Christmas Opening hours:

Open Thursday 24 December (Christmas Eve) 9.00am-5.00pm

Closed from Christmas Day and reopening Monday 4 January 

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HBF Park

310 Pier Street  Perth WA  6000

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HBF Park is only minutes from the Perth CBD and a number of public transport services.

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Parking around HBF Park is very limited with most areas restricted to residents only through the City of Vincent.

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Phone: +61 8 9422 1500
Email: contactus@hbfpark.com.au

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Current opening hours are Monday- Friday 9.00am-5.00pm

Christmas Opening hours:

Open Thursday 24 December (Christmas Eve) 9.00am-5.00pm

Closed from Christmas Day and reopening Monday 4 January 

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HBF Park

310 Pier Street  Perth WA  6000

Get directions
venue-details-public-transport-nib.svg
Public transport

HBF Park is only minutes from the Perth CBD and a number of public transport services.

venue-details-parking-nib.svg
Parking

Parking around HBF Park is very limited with most areas restricted to residents only through the City of Vincent.

venue-details-contact-nib.svg
Contact us

Phone: +61 8 9422 1500
Email: contactus@hbfpark.com.au

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Visit us

310 Pier Street  Perth WA  6000

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Feedback

We continually strive to improve our services based on your feedback and experience at our venues

Feedback form

Australian football has revealed its new identity, with the men’s, women’s and youth leagues brought together under a unified “A-Leagues” banner.

Recasting the men’s and women’s elite competitions as partners at the top of the game, the A-Leagues will use football’s position as the country’s most inclusive sport to grow the game for everyone.

As part of the change, the A-Leagues will move to a unified social media channel for men’s and women’s football on Facebook, Instagram and TikTok in the coming months and will re-launch a new A-Leagues website, creating a single destination for fans of professional football in Australia and significantly increasing the profile and reach of women’s football.

Click HERE to view the full announcement.