Getting to Perth
Perth is Australia's gateway to Asia, Africa, Europe and the Middle East.
Before the disruption to the aviation industry, Perth was connected to more than 110 destinations with direct flights from major cities like London, Shanghai, Singapore, Tokyo and Dubai and daily flights from every major city in Australia landing multiple times a day.
Visitors to Perth will pass through the state-of-the-art Perth Airport that has recently undergone a $1 billion redevelopment, making it one of the most modern and efficient airports in the country. 2022 will see Perth city directly connected to the airport by a new railway link.
Access to the regions: major regional airports can be found in Geraldton, Karratha, Broome, Busselton and Albany
Broome International Airport is connected with seasonal direct flights from Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Darwin. In mid-2021 direct flights from Melbourne to Busselton will commence, opening up the region to interstate events.
Once you’re on the ground in Perth you can get around by using the free CBD public transport, Transperth, hop into a taxi or rideshare service, or travel in style with one of our premium transport providers.