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Monday, July 4, 2011

Updated Perth Red Light Speed Camera Locations

Since the last time, we posted about red light speed cameras in Perth, there have been an additional nine new red light speed cameras installed in Perth streets. The updated list can be found below. These intersections enable WA Police to fine you for both speeding through an intersection AND running a red light at the same time. Cameras in bold are the new ones installed in the last six months or so.

PerthRiverside Drive and Barrack Street
ApplecrossCanning Highway and Riseley Street
CottesloeStirling Highway and Eric Street
South PerthCanning Highway and Douglas Avenue
Victoria ParkGreat Eastern Highway and Shepperton Road
BentleyAlbany Highway and Leach Highway
Hamilton HillWinterfold and Stock Road
HamersleyWanneroo and Beach Road
WilsonLeach Highway and Bungaree Road
BalgaBeach Road and Mirrabooka Avenue
High WycombeRoe Highway and Kalamunda Road
PadburyHepburn Avenue and Marmion Avenue
DianellaMorley and Alexander Drive
MorleyBeechboro Road North and Morley Drive
BooragoonRiseley and Marmion Street
MandurahMandurah Road and Dixon Road
CanningvaleSouth Street and Roe Highway
MirrabookaMirrabooka Ave and Ravenswood Drive
JoondalupJoondalup Drive and Shenton Avenue
Piara WatersArmadale Road and Nicholson Road
CanningvaleBannister Road and Willeri Avenue
Reid Highway and Balcatta Road
Malaga Drive and Reid Highway

Cameras currently being installed and not yet active
Hazelmere Great Eastern Highway Bypass & Stirling Crescent
WelshpoolOrrong Road & Pilbara Street
DianellaAlexander Drive & Grand Promenade
BayswaterGuildford Road & Garratt Road
BayswaterGuildford Road & Tonkin Highway  on/offramp
Madeley Wanneroo Road & Hepburn Avenue
BayswaterTonkin Highway & Collier Road (north and southbound)

Here are the locations on a Google map.

View Perth Red Light Speed Cameras in a larger map


  1. Can they also get you for speeding through a green/amber?

  2. Ouch. Sounds like an accident waiting to happen.

    If the light I'm approaching changes to Amber and there isn't enough room to safely stop, in the wet or with a large truck behind me, I sometimes speed up if I want to make it through on the amber. Sounds like now I should instead slam on the brakes and risk skidding or getting rear ended. Good job WA Police.

  3. vaughan (and anyone else),

    i'm totally against this as well.
    but out of my interest for yours (and anybody else's safety), i'm sure you know to slow to below the speed limit approaching one of these lights. that way, you'll probably be able to stop in time if it goes amber. if not and you need to speed up, at least you'll be speeding up to the limit and not over the limit.

    unfortunately, that's the way to stay safe and not be penalised. meanwhile, we'll continue to whine and bitch and hopefully take action against these senseless money grubbers.

  4. I feel this situation constitutes entrapment and I thought that is against Australian law.