Visitor Information



Entry into the hospital is via the Main Entrance on South Terrace.

All patients are allowed up to two visitors at any one time during visiting hours.

In addition, Essential Visitors can remain with the patient outside of standard visiting hours.

Essential visitors are:

  • A parent of an admitted child (aged 17 years and under)
  • An end-of-life support person
  • Nominated guardian/carer for a patient living with a disability.

All visitors must:

  • Be free of COVID-19 symptoms or respiratory illness
  • If over the age of 16, have received two doses of COVID-19 vaccine 
  • Wear a surgical mask at all times during the visit (children under the age of 12 are not required to wear a mask)
  • Not be identified as a close contact of a confirmed case of COVID-19
  • Not have been diagnosed with COVID-19 in the previous seven (7) days
  • Not be waiting the result of a COVID-19 test. 

Proof of vaccination checks may be carried out by authorised staff. Please ensure you have proof of COVID-19 vaccination with you when visiting.

Please maintain hand hygiene and social distancing guidelines.

Family and friends can contact the patient whilst in hospital by telephoning (08) 9367 0222 or the patient’s direct line if staying overnight.

To prevent concern, please understand that we are unable to disclose any details about patients to anyone without the patient’s direct instruction. This is a requirement of Privacy and Disclosure of Information laws. For further information see Privacy

Visiting Hours:
Monday to Friday: 10am to 12 noon and 3pm to 7pm
Weekends and Public Holidays: 10am to 12 noon and 3pm to 7pm

Visitor Meals:

Meals for visitors can be ordered and paid for at Reception. As an alternative, a café and a delicatessen are located on South Terrace a short walk from the hospital. For further information see Facilities


Free off-street parking is available at the rear of the hospital in Burch Street (off Fortune Street).

For patients and visitors to South Perth Hospital with limited mobility, a disabled parking bay is available at the front door of the hospital to ensure ease of access. For further information see Transport and Parking

For those family members that may require accommodation, please see Accommodation for further information

Support person/Visitors Day Procedure:

There are no visitor facilities for day procedure patients and support persons must not remain within the hospital. A member of staff will advise the designated support person when the patient is ready for discharge.

With the exception of one essential visitor for those under 16 years, visitors are not permitted into the perioperative area

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