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How do I get to Milktooth?

Milktooth is located at the historic Plaistowe Mews Chocolate Factory in West Perth, Suite 48, 102 Railway St.

You might be familiar with the location because the Tranport Licensing Centre is located in the same building and we are opposite Scitech.  We are also conveniently located right next to the West Perth Train Station.

The easiest way to get to Milktooth is from Railway St and then turning down Plaistowe Mews. You will keep going until the road becomes paved and then you will see the arched entry on your left, as in the photo below. Milktooth is just through there on your right.

If you are visiting us for the first time, please take a moment to familiarise yourself with our location in the days leading up to your visit. If you do get lost on the day, simply call us on 0430441295 and we’ll be happy to help.

Here is a link to the Google Maps location.

Where can I park?

There are plenty of parking options around Milktooth. Most people will simply use the street parking on Plaistowe Mews to drop off and pickup students. During school holiday periods the street parking can be quite busy in which case there is also a small carpark next to Kidz Galore and a larger carpark around the back of Milktooth, by the Transport Licensing Centre.

If you are staying for longer, then we recommend parking under the Scitech Building. The parking there is undercover and free for the first two hours.

We provide all the materials needed, so there is no need to bring brushes, pencils, pens or the like. It’s all covered.

What do I need to bring?

A drink bottle is recommended and if you are coming for one of our day-long courses, then please pack a nut-free lunchbox as if attending school.

Can grown ups stay?

Milktooth is focused on the incredible creative journey of children, so while grown ups are welcome to visit and make sure their children are settling in, they’re not able stay during the workshop.

What if I’m sick?

Please don’t attend Milktooth if you are feeling sick. Not only will it put other students at risk, but also the teachers, who then might need to cancel further classes if they become unwell.

If you are attending one of our term-long courses, then we can try to arrange a make-up session that you can attend. If you are attending a one-off workshop, then we can either provide you with a credit or a full refund.

Please let us know if you suffer from hay-fever, as it can present with many of the same symptoms as a contagious cold.

Any other questions?

Don’t hesitate to get in touch either by email at or on 0430441295. We look forward to hearing from you.