Travel to Perth
Snap up a bargain on flights to Perth
It may be one of the most remote cities on the planet but with Virgin Australia Qantas, and Jetstar offering daily flights to Perth, there's no excuse not to visit this vibrant and eclectic destination on the shores of the Indian Ocean.
All major airlines fly direct to Perth from most Australian capital cities every day. Buses and taxis are available for transfer to the city, which is about 20 minutes away.
Average flight time: About 4 hours and 20 minutes from Sydney.
Daily flights from: Most Australian capital cities.
Major airlines: Virgin Australia, Qantas and Jetstar.
Experience an iconic rail journey to Perth
As Perth is the most isolated capital city in the world, flying is by far the easiest way to get there but a relaxing and luxurious (if you travel in a sleeper cabin) alternative is to take the four-day Indian Pacific train from Sydney (or two-night, three-day trip from Adelaide) and see the Nullarbor Plain and some of the legendary Aussie outback along the way.
Take the long way round on a cruise to Perth
A classic coastal city located on the picturesque shores of the Indian Ocean, one of the most relaxing ways to arrive in Perth is via one of the many cruises which dock in the nearby port of Fremantle. Sit back and relax as your liner cruises into the scenic mouth of the Swan River before disembarking in one of Australia's most intriguing cities.
Travel care-free thanks to our Perth holiday packages
Take the hassle out of travel by taking advantage of our great range of holiday packages. Travelling to Perth is a breeze as we take care of your airfares, accommodation and tour booking needs, leaving you with nothing more to do than explore the sights and enjoy your holiday!
Learn more about the city on a tour of Perth
If you'd like to learn a little about the city you're spending time in, taking one of the many organised tours on offer is a great way to do it. Whether you're sampling the best of Perth cuisine, admiring the local architecture or touring some of Perth's iconic sports grounds, there's a tour to suit every travel itinerary.
See the city like the locals in a hire car
If you're keen to explore the suburbs or the nearby towns of Fremantle and Mandurah, organising a hire car is one of the best ways to do so. See the sights at your own leisure as you cruise the highways and byways of Perth and its surrounding areas.
More destinations to discover
From the tropical north to the temperate south to the desert and goldfields in the east, there is plenty to see. Swimming with whale sharks near the Ningaloo Reef, making the only footprints on the endless beaches around Esperance and exploring the giant trees in the south-west are just three examples of the WA grandeur to experience.
This achingly beautiful region three hours south of Perth boasts some of the nation’s premium wineries, stunning surf beaches, caves and unique fresh produce. Spend the morning at the beach and then lunch at a winery – order the marron, local truffles and a bottle (or two) of something local.
About as remote as you can get, the spectacular ancient terrain is unlike anything else in the world. Think towering gorges, Aboriginal rock art, billabongs, fresh barramundi, crocodiles and sunsets as big as the sky. Don’t miss the Bungle Bungle Ranges and the Horizontal Falls tidal movement at Talbot Bay.
Petal-heads will love the carpets of wildflowers that sprout in large tracts of the state and there are 11 self-drive or guided wildflower trails to choose from. This colourful and unique botanical experience begins in June in the north and sweeps down the state to finish on the south coast in November.