Visitor Information

Mount Hospital has over 200 secure paid parking bays available for patients and visitors close to the Hospital entrance as well as additional spaces between the two medical centres located next door.

Parking is accessible from Mounts Bay Road.

A patient drop off and pick up zone is available at the main entrance. Parking in this zone is restricted to five minutes.

We have designated disabled bays located on the east side of the main hospital entrance.

Vehicles must display a valid blue disabled permit and must park in designated disabled bays.

Wheelchairs can be borrowed from the hospital. Speak to our front reception staff who will arrange with volunteers to bring a wheelchair, subject to availability.

We are conveniently situated within the CBD free transit zone and are easily accessible by public bus.

The 950 route operates frequently every day both from and to the Esplanade Bus station.

The bus stop is directly outside reception for buses to the Esplanade Bus station, and across the road when coming from the city. For further information please refer to the Transperth website


There is a small selection of floral arrangements available in reception.

Visitors are permitted to bring flowers into the hospital however flowers are not permitted in the Intensive Care Unit. Vases are available in the wards so please ask the nursing staff for assistance.

Automatic Teller Machine

There is no automatic teller machine onsite however you are able to withdraw cash at the Mount Pharmacy at 140 Mounts Bay Road with a small purchase.


Mount Hospital prides itself on providing nutritional and flavoursome meals. Visitor meals can be purchased. Please speak to someone at the nurses station to order a visitor meal.

There are certain risks involved when bringing food into the hospital. If you wish to bring food products into the hospital please talk to someone at the nurses station or click here to view the Hospital guidelines on bringing food in.

Hudson’s Coffee Shop is located next to the front entrance of the hospital and offers hot beverages and fresh salads and sandwiches.

Opening hours:

Monday to Friday: 6.30am- 5.30pm

Saturday and Sunday: 7.30am -4.30pm


Mount Hospital provides care for many patients from rural areas, from time to time relatives will require local accommodation whilst their loved one is in hospital.

Our closest hotel is Sullivan’s Hotel which is located next door, alternatively Mounts Bay Waters Apartments are located approximately 500 meters away and a Quest Apartment hotel opened in August 2016 approximately 250 meters away.

This information is provided as a guide, the list is not exhaustive and Mount Hospital does not recommend or support any of the providers listed above any others, nor is it responsible for the services offered.

Mount Hospital is committed to providing doctors, staff, medical centre employees, patients, visitors, volunteers and contractors with a healthier, cleaner and safer environment.

On this basis we are a smoke free facility and proud of this.Our smoke free policy applies to all people who enter the site, including patients.

It is expected that all visitors will respect and comply with our smoke free policy.

The smoke free zone includes the hospital, medical centres (140 and 146 Mounts Bay Road) and surrounding car parks and grounds.

We encourage you to visit your family and friends at Mount Hospital. In doing so, please be mindful of other patients in the hospital and ensure your visiting hours are kept between 2pm and 8pm.

In order for our patients to get the best possible rest, the avoidance of overstimulation is important and therefore we ask that you observe our rest periods.

We encourage a rest period for all patients between 12 noon and 2.00pm daily. This rest is important to the patient’s recovery.

Please consider the patient's state of health and that of any other patients sharing the room.

We kindly ask that an adult closely supervise visiting children at all times.

Intensive Care Unit (ICU) visitors are limited to next of kin and immediate family only in ICU.

All visitors are asked to wait in the ICU Visitor lounge until a nurse is able to escort you into the unit.

There is a limit of two visitors at a time in the ICU.

Please check with the nurse regarding children visiting.

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