WA Beach

Maritime Museum

Boat shed

Western Australia

Cottesloe Beach

Sculptures by the Sea


Why study at PIBT in Perth?

PIBT is located on ECU’s Mt Lawley and Joondalup campus and provides a number of pathway courses in the areas of Business, Hotel Management, Computer Science and IT, Communications, Science, including Engineering and Nursing, which lead into the 2nd Year of the respective Degree courses at Edith Cowan University (ECU). A three-semester system allows students to fast-track their study and complete most courses in 8 months. Here are just some of the reasons why study in Perth with PIBT is a great choice for you.

What's on in Perth

4 Jul 2015 - 17 Dec 2015

Space Junk is a visually explosive journey of discovery that weighs the solutions aimed at restoring our planet’s orbits. Experience Scitech’s newest planetarium show, showing in the planetarium from 4 July.

1 Jul 2015 – 26 July 2015

The Winter Garden brings Western Australia an enchanting experience for the young and the young at heart.

The idyllic surrounds of the Fremantle Esplanade will be transformed into a magical festival dedicated to the delights and traditional wonders of a white winter.

4 Jul 2015 - Sun 19 Jul 2015
This winter holidays, bring the kids to enjoy the novelty of sliding down an icy slope in the heart of Perth city. Free tickets must be secured online in advance.

13 July 2015 – 17 July 2015

The 'Escape! Tour' is an exclusive tour for children aged 5 to 12 years old. These special tours cost $11.00 per child and are running on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from Monday 13th – Friday 17th July 2015. Bookings are essential.

5 July 2015

Singers from around Australia will perform the glorious music of Robert Schumann and Franz Schubert. A special celebratory concert showcasing selected performers from the WAAPA International Art Song Academy. The concert will be introduced and accompanied by the celebrated English pianist Graham Johnson. Singers from around Australia will perform the glorious music of Robert Schumann and Franz Schubert as the culmination of this eight-day intensive program.


First used by colonial botanist James Drummond as an acclimatisation garden in the 1830s, the reserve opened as Perth's first botanical garden in 1845.

Kangaroo Sculptures, a water feature, and the fabled May Gibbs' creations Snugglepot and Cuddlepie are some of the interesting aspects of this parkland.

Address: Cnr Barrack Street & St. Georges Terrace, Perth WA 6000