Member Parking Guide at Surge Fitness

There’s nothing more annoying than struggling to find a park when you’re headed to work out. Whether you’re joining in on a group class or getting your solo workout in before work, a lack of parking can be a serious deterrent to your workout regime. Especially if you’re the type to need a little extra motivation, obstacles like parking can mean the difference between regular or once-a-week workouts.

Don’t let your health and fitness suffer due to difficult parking options at local gyms. At Surge Fitness, we’ve put together a member parking guide to make visiting us a breeze.


With world-class facilities, a huge range of equipment and specialist training programs all in a convenient location, we’ve got clients from across Perth travelling to the CBD to train with us. We’re even situated right on the Perth City Link and New Perth Busport, making public transport easier than ever.

At first glance, Perth parking can seem like a nightmare. But, you just need to be in the know. We’ve got the lowdown on where to park close by for cheap.


The best parking deal can be found at Perth Arena. Surge Fitness members get two hours of parking between 8am and 8pm during weekdays by validating their ticket and showing their Surge Fitness membership card. Please note that parking is subject to availability and venue terms and conditions.



We’re super lucky to have one hour street parking right outside our door on Telethon Avenue and beside the club on Wellington Street. Parking is just $5 per hour and there’s no charge before 8am or after 6pm Monday to Saturday. Plus, park free before 12pm and after 6pm on Sunday. Perfect for getting workouts in before or after work!


Telethon Avenue and Wellington Street full? No problems! Try Roe Street in Northbridge; just a two-minute walk from us. Instead of one-hour spots, two-hour spots are available for just $4.20 per hour. You’ll even nab parking for free before 8am and after 6pm Monday to Saturday and after 6pm on Sunday.

Plus, certain areas have free parking on weekends after 12pm – just make sure to double check the street signs.


Being in the heart of the CBD, there’s always the chance that you’ll run into the bustle of events, crowds and traffic. On days you can’t take advantage of cheap or free parking in the area, try one of the many COP or Wilson car parks on both Wellington and Roe Street. You can even try the free parking options right by Kings Square in Perth City before or after work hours.


Don’t let parking woes stifle your motivation to workout. Always plan your trip to advance and have a backup packing spot in mind in case your preferred area is full. Make sure that you’ve read all street signs and parking rules before you leave your car to avoid any fines and tickets.

A little planning goes a long way in getting you in and out of your sweat session stress-free. Find out more about memberships and benefits of working out at Surge Fitness. Contact us on 9408 5659.

Important Information Regarding Your Surge Fitness Membership.

Yesterday’s announcement from our Prime Minister ordering the immediate closure of Fitness Facilities across the nation is significant a blow to all of us across many Industries. We understand that this decision has been based on the best advice currently available to those responsible for our safety and with the Impending state border closures, and increasing community concerns, meant that this decision was unavoidable.

As such, it is with great sadness that we today announce that all Surge Fitness clubs will temporarily close, effective from 12pm today, Monday 23rd March 2020.

At Surge Fitness, we believe that we can make a difference, change lives and build healthy communities. As a brand, we still have a lot of work to do and we all believe that we can continue to positively impact our members and the local communities at large during this time of uncertainty.

Like many of you, our business is facing unprecedented impacts both on our people and our business and we will continue to work through the issues together as effectively as possible.

During this time of closure, all memberships will be placed on complimentary freeze until we are in a position to resume our regular services. Surge Fitness has been working on contingency plans throughout the past few weeks to provide ongoing services to our members such as online & virtual training platforms including numerous resources to help support our members physical and mental health well-being.

Further announcements will be made in the coming days with communications to be published both on our social media platforms and via email once the government has clarified their position regarding the forced closure directive.

On behalf of all of the team at Surge Fitness we would like to thank you all for your ongoing support over the years. As a team we have shared some memorable experiences with you all. Today's forced closure is just a minor setback in our Health & Fitness journey together.