Built in 1932, the cathedral like venue welcomes patrons with a marble and mosaic foyer and vaulted ceilings. The auditorium with its splendid pipe organ combines stained glass windows and aboriginal motifs on the ceiling.
Lift access available Undercroft, foyer and hall levels.
Please note the lift is located on the ground level (Undercroft) on the South Western edge of the Undercroft. Access to the lift lobby is through an automated swing door. The lift provides access to ground, mid (foyer) and upper (hall).
Winthrop Hall entry is accessed via the western end of the venue; a gentle paved incline leads into to the main foyer entry.
Foyer access is via 6 steps or the lift, entry to the Hall is up an additional flight of 14 marble stairs.
Seating consists of removable seating; wheelchair spaces are available for this performance on the ends of the aisle.
There is no audio loop available for performances in Winthrop Hall.
A universal access toilet is located on the ground level, in the same foyer as the lift.
Pick up and set down is available in Car Park 1. A bay is allocated for drop off on the right-hand side of the car park.
UWA has many car parks patrons can access. Please refer to all signage in the car park for payments and duration. The closest car park with access bays is Car Park 1.
Car Park 1
Located on the north side of the Recreation Centre
Entry of Stirling Highway
5 x ACROD bays
Please note UWA carpark 23 (corner Mounts Bay Road and Hackett Drive) is now unavailable.
Latecomers will not be admitted until a suitable break during the performance. Please check event page for the latecomer policy.
Mobile devices are to be turned off during the event.
Photography and recording of any kind is prohibited during the event.
Please note UWA is a smoke free campus
Buses frequently travel past UWA along Stirling Highway and Mounts Bay Road. Please refer to the Transperth website for details.
Transperth InfoLine: 13 62 13
Transperth Website: transperth.wa.gov.au