Travel Perth - Getting to Perth
Perth Airport is located 12 kilometres from the city centre so it's only a short ride into the city from the airport. Flights run daily to Perth from all major Australia cities and many regional locations within the state. The flight time from the east coast is approximately 4 hours. Terminal 1 is the International terminal with flights arriving and leaving daily from all over the world.
Departing from the East Coast is the legendary Indian Pacific rail service operated by Great Southern Rail. The trip takes 3 days and winds across Australia from East Coast to West Coast, sea to sea. This service is one of the world's longest rail journeys and takes you from the Blue Mountains to the plains of The Nullarbor which scheduled stops in Broken Hill, Adelaide, Kalgoorlie and Cook. The Indian Pacific runs twice weekly in both directions and covered 4352 kilometres. For more information please visit www.gsr.com.au
The Eyre Highway connects Western Australia with the east. It starts at Port Augusta in South Australia and extends across the Nullarbor Plain to Norseman. However if you are after more of an adventure try the Savannah Way which takes you from Cairns, through the Katherine to the pearling town of Broome. Once here you can make your way south down the coast to Perth. These drives are a fantastic way to see remote Australia. View our Car Rental options.