Visiting us

Patient visiting times

  • Visiting hours are from 8am to 1pm, and 3pm to 8pm (rest period between 1pm and 3pm).

Please do not visit if you have:

  • a current diagnosis of COVID-19.
  • a fever or a cold or a flu-like illness, including symptoms such as sore throat, cough, fatigue, runny nose, loss of taste and smell and difficulty breathing.
  • been in contact with a confirmed case of coronavirus and are therefore required to self-isolate for 14 days.
  • have been tested for COVID-19 and are awaiting test results.
  • been to an identified exposure site in WA (see Locations visited by confirmed COVID-19 cases).
  • returned to WA and are required to self-quarantine for 14 days.

When visiting you must:

  • Register your visit via the SafeWA app / QR code or manual registers.
  • Wash hands often with soap and water, or hand sanitiser.
  • Keep a safe distance between yourself and others and refrain from physical contact.

Smoking is not permitted anywhere inside the Hospital or outside on Medical Centre grounds.

Please note that some of our wards have a ‘no flowers’ policy. Please check with the individual ward before bringing flowers.

See below for information about parking, public transport, hospital map and hospital amenities.

Osborne Park Hospital is only 10 km from Perth CBD and is easily accessible from the Mitchell Freeway via the Karrinyup Road exit.


Parking at Osborne Park Hospital is free with bays available at a range of locations around the site. See the Osborne Park Hospital Site Map (PDF) for car parks.

Public Transport

Public transport is a cost effective and efficient way to travel.

The Transperth ‘Journey Planner’ is easy to use and gives you a list of “personalised” public transport options that also includes walking distances. To use the planner visit (external site) or call the Transperth Infoline on 13 62 13 for more assistance in planning your journey.

The 427 bus service travels from Warwick and Stirling Bus Stations and stops closest to the hospital in Osborne Place. Bus routes 423, 425 and 435 travel through the suburbs of Sorrento, Duncraig, Marmion, Warwick, North Beach, Trigg, Karrinyup and Stirling (see timetable Northern 62 for exact routes and times).

These services connect with trains at both Warwick and Stirling Stations and offer a service that stops along Karrinyup Road, a short walk to the hospital.

Bike Racks

Bike racks are located at B Block, H Block and F Block.

OPH Site MapClick on image for larger image.

Café and Shop

The Friends of Osborne Park Hospital Incorporated operates a kiosk in the entrance foyer of the Rehabilitation and Aged Care Unit in F Block, as well as ‘Café Osborne and Shop’, which is located in the hospital walkway between B and E Blocks, where dining and alfresco facilities are available. A trolley service with a selection of reading material, gifts and food comes through the wards on weekdays. Please note this is a cash service. Drinks and snacks are also available from vending machines throughout the hospital.

Café Osborne

Hours: 09:00 to 16:15 Monday to Friday, 11:30 to 15:00 Saturday (closed Sunday and public holidays).

Kiosk (F Block)

Hours: 09:00 to 13:00 Monday to Friday (closed weekends and public holidays).



The hospital does not have laundry facilities available on-site. Please ensure you make alternative arrangements for washing your clothes.



The hospital does not have the facilities to safeguard money or valuables. PLEASE DO NOT BRING large amounts of money or valuables. The hospital is not liable and does not accept responsibility for any loss of valuables during your stay with us.


No Smoking

Smoking is not permitted anywhere inside or outside the hospital. Staff can provide patients with advice to assist with quitting, as well as nicotine replacement therapy to manage cravings during the hospital stay. Do not hesitate to ask staff for more information.

Information about medical and general services available to patients admitted to Osborne Park Hospital is contained in our Patient Information Guide which is distributed to all patients for their reference during their stay.

If you are entering Western Australia under an exemption and have been granted permission on compassionate grounds to visit a patient in hospital within your quarantine period, you must phone ahead to the hospital to arrange this visit to ensure it is managed appropriately.

WHY? Precautions need to be put in place to protect staff and patients while you attend the hospital.

WA’s current travel restrictions are designed to prevent the spread of COVID-19 by limiting non-essential travel. This includes requiring approval to enter the State and a requirement to self-quarantine for 14 days – in case you are unknowingly carrying the COVID-19 virus.

If you are in self-quarantine you cannot undergo elective surgery. Contact the hospital to reschedule your surgery for when you are cleared from quarantine.

It is an offence to fail to follow the directions stipulated in your exemption. WA Police have the power to enforce these restrictions and you can be fined up to $50,000.

Last Updated: 14/09/2021