ABOUT OPEN DAY
See how you can get to Open Day whether travelling by car, train or bus. Check out the below FAQ's to answer all of your Open Day questions!
MAPS AND DIRECTIONS
Our campus is located at 32 Mouat Street, Fremantle 6160
Entry and Road Closures
Please note that entry into the event zone will be via Mouat Street only, at either the High Street end or Marine Terrace end. Road closures will be in place along Mouat and Croke Streets for the event, with detours in place.
By train or bus
Our campus is a short 10-minute walk from Fremantle Station.
Parking is available in surrounding streets and carparks, including Collie Street Carpark. For all street parking, ensure you check sign-posts for restriction and time limit information.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Why should I attend Open Day?
Open Day will provide you with a fantastic opportunity to chat one-on-one with academics, staff, alumni and current students about your study options and life here at Notre Dame. You’ll also be able to tour our unique town campus, attend information sessions and workshops to find out more about the degrees we have on offer, enjoy live entertainment, tasty treats and much, much more!
Do I need to register to attend Notre Dame’s Open Day?
Yes, registration is essential. Once you’ve registered, you can easily plan your day by adding information sessions, workshops, tours and more to your personalised schedule. And you can update and change your schedule at any time.
We cannot wait for you to join us on campus in Fremantle’s beautiful West End!
How do I plan my day and book specific sessions?
Planning your day is easy once you’ve registered! Simply explore all the available sessions, adding everything of interest to your very own personalised schedule. There will be a wide range of information sessions, workshops and tours hosted across the day, to give you a better look at what it’s like to be a Notre Dame student!
I’m interested in postgraduate study. Can I attend Open Day?
Yes, of course! Our Open Day has sessions relevant for future students from all walks of life, whether you are interested in undergraduate or postgraduate study.
I’m an international student. Can I attend Open Day?
Yes! International students are more than welcome to attend Open Day and learn more about life here at Notre Dame. You’ll have the opportunity to chat to our International Student Team in our main Expo Hall.
Are there any event restrictions or requirements I need to follow?
To ensure that we're delivering a safe event experience, we're encouraging:
If you or your guests are feeling unwell, are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or have been diagnosed with COVID-19 on the day, we ask that you please do not attend the event.
What time is the event being held?
Open Day runs from 10am till 3pm AWST. You can visit us on-campus at any time within these hours, but it’s best to register and plan your day in advance, so that you don’t miss any sessions you would like to attend.
Will I be able to speak to staff and students about the degree I’m interested in?
Yes. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to engage with academics, staff, alumni and current students about your degree(s) of interest.
Am I allowed to bring my parents, family members and/or friends with me?
Of course! You’re more than welcome to bring along family members and friends to Open Day. When you register, you’ll be asked how many people will be accompanying you, so please just let us know.
Is it too late to register on the day?
Not at all! Registrations will remain open all the way through the event, so you can register at any time. To make sure that you don’t miss out on any sessions, we would recommend registering and planning your schedule in advance.
Are there any event restrictions or requirements I need to follow?To ensure that we're delivering a safe event experience, we're encouraging:
If you or your guests are feeling unwell, are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or have been diagnosed with COVID-19, we ask that you please do not attend the event.
Open Day was great, but I still have more questions! Who can I talk to?
You can give our Prospective Students Office a call on (08) 9433 0533 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also book a personalised 1-on-1 Advice Session with one of our experienced Student Advisors via our Facebook page herefor a day and time that suits you. Sessions can be hosted in-person, via Zoom or over the phone.