Service Area – Bayswater
- We have a 2 hour service response
- We offer a replacement guarantee on failure
- We cover service maintenance on new and preowned machines
- Spare parts and toners are locally held
- Our technicians are accredited service engineers
- Locally managed parts to minimise downtime
- Our commitment extends to the life of the machine that we service with locally managed parts so we can get you up and running faster
Cars are the most popular mode of transport in Bayswater. The 2011 Census said that 62.9% of residents travelled to work in a car. However, bicycle and public transport usage is significantly above the state average. 15.6% of Bayswater Residents saying that they take public transport to work; the state average is 9.4%, and 2.7% ride a bicycle to work; the state average is 1.1%.
Bayswater is serviced by the Bayswater railway station and the Meltham railway station on the Midland railway line, with commuter services between Midland and Perth. The Whatley Train Station, which was located in the eastern part of Bayswater near the intersection of Wyatt Road and Higgins Way, was demolished in 1957 following the closure of the Belmont railway line in 1956.
- 41 – Perth – Bayswater via Guildford Road and Lord Street
- 48 – Perth – Morley Bus Station via Bayswater Station, Guildford Road and Lord Street
- 55 – Perth – Bassendean via Guildford Road and Lord Street
- 955 – Ellenbrook North – Morley Bus Station via Bassendean
- 998 – CircleRoute – Clockwise
- 999 – CircleRoute – Anticlockwise
There are several Principal Shared Paths (PSP’s) going through Bayswater. The Midland Railway Line has a PSP alongside it, which many people use to cycle into the city. Tonkin Highway is going to have a PSP constructed alongside it as part of NorthLink WA. Before then, cyclists had to use an on road bike lane. There is also a PSP alongside the river in the south of the suburb, which people use for recreational cycling.
In 2015, Leake and May Streets were selected in Bayswater to become Perth’s first bike boulevard. The speed limit on the bike boulevard is 30 km/h, which is slower than the standard 50 km/h limit in Australia. Cars are made to slow down by having traffic calming measures. The bike boulevard was made to encourage cycling in the area, by linking the river with Bayswater Primary School and the PSP. The bike boulevard was opened in March 2017.
Bayswater is serviced by several arterial roads:
- Tonkin Highway – Perth Airport, Forrestfield, Gosnells
- Guildford Road – Perth, Bassendean, Midland
- Grand Promenade – Dianella
- Garratt Road – Ascot, Belmont, Kewdale
Other main roads that are in Bayswater are:
- Coode Street
- King William Street
- Whatley Crescent
- Railway Parade
- Beechboro Road/li>
- Collier Road
Bayswater is linked to south of the Swan River by the Garratt Road Bridge and the Redcliffe Bridge (Tonkin Highway).
Primary Schools in Bayswater:
- Bayswater Primary School (public school)
- Hillcrest Primary School (public school)
- Saint Columbus Primary School (private catholic school)
There are no secondary schools in Bayswater, but some ones nearby are:
- John Forrest Secondary College (independent public school)
- Hampton Senior High School (public school)
- Cyril Jackson Senior Campus (independent public school)/li>
- Chisholm Catholic College (private catholic school)/li>
Durham Road School, a kindergarten to year 12 school for students with intellectual and physical disabilities is also located within Bayswater.
Bayswater is bounded on the south by the Swan River, the west by Maylands, the north by Bedford, Embelton and Morley, and the east by Bassendean and Ashfield. It is located 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) north-east of the central business district of Perth, the capital of Western Australia, and covers an area of 10 square kilometres (3.9 sq mi).
Bayswater is mostly made up of residential housing, with an industrial area in the eastern parts of the suburb. The suburb is divided into a small eastern portion, and a western portion by Tonkin Highway. Many parks and bushland line the southern part of the suburb, near the Swan River. They include the Riverside Gardens and the Eric Singleton Bird Sanctuary.
The streets throughout the suburb are mostly grids, which are remnants from the rectangular ribbon grants that extended from the river.