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Cheap Perth to Albany Flights

Located in Western Australia, Albany is known for its rugged coastline, marine life and its rich settler history.

With 26 direct flights a week from Perth to Albany and a flight time of only 1 hour, it's a quick and easy weekend break. Book your trip with Regional Express Airlines and use Webjet to uncover cheap flights.

Ready to pack your bags and head for the clouds? Here's everything you need to know about flying from Perth to Albany.

What are the top things to do in Albany?

National Anzac Centre

Through interactive technology and an impressive collection of artefacts, Albany’s National Anzac Centre retells the stories of the Australian and New Zealand soldiers who served their countries during World War I. Developed in conjunction with the Australian War Memorial and the Western Australian Museum, the centre explores the experiences of soldiers throughout the conflict, from their enlistment and embarkation from Australia to their time in battle and, if they were lucky, their eventual return to Australia. With so much to see, it’s recommended that you set aside at least two hours to explore the centre.

Little Beach

Whether you’re eager to cast a fishing line, cool off with a swim or soak up some spectacular ocean views, Little Beach is a lovely coastal spot that’s well worth discovering after your Rex flights from Perth to Albany arrive. Located within the Two Peoples Bay Nature Reserve, the beach features soft white sands, clear blue waters and a scattering of large, granite rocks. Watch on as the waves roll in or enjoy a break before setting out on a bushwalk through the surrounding reserve.

Chainsaw Sculpture Drive

One of Albany’s more unique attractions, the Chainsaw Sculpture Drive showcases the work of local artist Darrel Radcliffe. Open to the public, the drive leads visitors through Radcliffe’s property, passing by an assortment of wood sculptures that have been skillfully carved using a chainsaw. There’s plenty to see on both sides of the trail, making it worth a visit once your flights from Perth to Albany touch down at Albany Airport (ALH). The best way to experience the drive is by car, so consider hiring a vehicle once you’ve booked your Rex Perth to Albany flights.

Frequently Asked Questions

What terminal does Rex fly from in Perth?

Rex Airlines currently flies out of Terminal 2 at Perth Airport.

How far is it from Perth to Albany?

Albany is approximately 390 kilometres from Perth.

Why visit Albany?

There are plenty of great reasons to visit Albany, with some of the most popular being its beautiful coastline and beaches, its rich local heritage, and its delicious local produce. There’s plenty to see and do across the Albany region, making it a great choice for couples, families and friends. 

Departing from Perth

Getting to Perth Airport

If you want to cut costs on transportation, the best way to get to the airport is with the bus. Transperth operates frequent services to T3 and T4 with routes 37 and 40. If your flight is leaving from T1 or T2, you can take bus 380. Fares start from AUD 4.50 per person.

Metered taxis and ride-sharing services like Uber are also available. A trip from the CBD will set you back AUD 42-52, and you'll need to factor in Perth's heavy traffic to make sure you don't miss your flight.

Parking at Perth Airport

There are three different parking options available at Perth Airport.

  • Short Term: If you're going to Albany for the day or a weekend trip, leave your car here. It's close to the departure terminal and within walking distance of the check-in counters.
  • Long Term: For week long trips or more, you'll get a better daily rate at this lot. Prices start at AUD 10 per day, and you can use the free shuttle bus to get to the terminal building.
  • Fast Track: For passengers that want absolute convenience when parking at the airport, use this option. You'll have access to exclusive bays that are one-minute away from the check-in counters.

Arriving at Albany Airport

Getting from Albany Airport to Your Hotel

The fastest way to get from Albany Airport to your hotel is with a cab. You'll find the taxi stands outside of the arrivals terminal. But before you pay for a taxi, check to see if your hotel offers pick-up and drop-off services.

If you're on a tight budget, you can use one of the local, regional or long-distance buses to get to your final destination. The buses depart for the city centre from 7:00 a.m. Monday to Friday.

For travellers that want more freedom getting around Albany, head to the car reservation counters in the baggage claim area to rent a car.

Things to Do in Albany

  • Soak up the sun on one of Albany's pristine beaches. Middleton is popular with families, Emu Point has gentle waves perfect for kayaking, and Little Beach is considered one of Australia's best beaches.
  • Go to the National Anzac Centre. It's one of the country's best museums that features interactive exhibits and historical artefacts to pay tribute to the Australian and New Zealand forces that served in World War I.
  • Spend a few hours at the Albany Heritage Park. It's full of historical, cultural and natural attractions that will keep you busy for the entire day.
  • Stop by the Albany Great Southern Distilling Company. You'll learn about the history of whiskey making in the city followed by a tasting.
  • Hike the Bibbulmun Track. It's one of the great walking trails in the world and stretches across 1000 km.

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