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Perth Airport

Perth airport is serviced by Qantas, Singapore, Garuda, Emirates, New Zealand, Air Canada, United, British, KLM, Mayaysian, Royal Brunei, Cathay Pacific, Air France and South African international airlines and Qantas, Virgin Blue, Skywest and Alliance.

Note: As in Sydney, the international and domestic terminals are at opposite ends of Perth airport.

Transport To and From Fremantle

Perth airport is about 17km from the center of Perth and about 30km from Fremantle. You can take a taxi ($40-50) or a bus from the airport to Fremantle. While it is cheaper to take a bus or taxi from the airport to Perth and then take a train to Fremantle, the more direct approach is far less hassle, particularly after a long trip.

Fremantle Airport Shuttle

If you can organize yourselves into a group of 2+ the Fremantle Airport Shuttle is good value-

Pickup from Fremantle
One Passenger: $35
Two Passengers: $45
Add $10 per head for more

Online reservations
Phone: (+61) (08) 9335-1614 (open 8am - 8pm local)
E-mail: rez(at)fremantleairportshuttle.com.au
Postal Address: 16 Market St, Fremantle 6160

Trains and Buses

Perth has a great train service, as long as you are traveling north-south.  There is a good train service between Fremantle and Perth. The trains runs about every 10 minutes between 0530 and 2400, and the journey takes 30 minutes and costs $3.40.

Where the trains don't go, buses generally do.

NOTE: If you want to get from the airport (domestic or international) to Fremantle, then there is a good online integrated route planning system that is easy to use and seemingly easy to follow

Car Rentals

All the usual suspects are in Perth; AVIS, Budget, Europecar, Thrifty, Hertz and many local companies such as Bayswater and M2000 (which are usually better deals). For a smallish car big enough for two, expect to pay between $25-50/day.

  Last Modified: 15 October 2008