How to get there and around
Getting there: Perth is the closest Australian city to the UK and you can fly direct with Qantas from London Heathrow. If you fancy a pitstop along the way, consider Dubai, Doha, Singapore or Hong Kong. Trailfinders can book any of the leading airlines to Perth.
Getting around by car: Hire a car or take a taxi or rideshare (Uber, Ola, Didi) into the CBD. The 16-kilometre journey takes about 20 minutes. Rideshares are the most affordable option and will cost about AUD $35 (£19).
Getting around by public transport: Transperth runs bus 935 from Perth International Airport into the city regularly. The easiest way to travel on the city's network of buses, trains, and ferry is to purchase a Smartrider card, a tap-on-tap-off system that allows you to load currency. Otherwise, correct fare (varies depending on zones) is required.
Getting around by bike: Perth is a bike-friendly city with flat paths along the Swan River. Most roads have bike lanes.