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Perth is one of the most exciting capital cities in Australia. It also happens to be the most isolated capital city in the world. With its pristine beaches, proximity to world-class wine regions, impeccable culinary creations and expansive cultural attractions, travellers from around the world can easily be wrapped up in its charm. See it for yourself by booking cheap flights from Hobart to Perth, and discover the hidden gems of this beachfront city. Even if you’re headed to the coastal capital for business, you can find affordable airfares on Webjet. In just a few minutes, you can compare hundreds of airfares and airlines to find the perfect flight for your Hobart to Perth travel needs.
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The best time to visit Perth
Blooming wildflowers in spring entice Australian and international travellers to Western Australia from September through November. The colourful array of flowers creates a scenic backdrop that is fit for any postcard. Many of the walking trails throughout Perth are fringed with this pretty blooms. Sunny days and warmer temperatures between 11°C and 23°C (73°F) also allow for plenty of outdoor activities. Summers in Perth are hot and dry. While the welcome sea breeze in the afternoon helps to cool the city off at night, the days can still be scorchers - and it is this heat that often keeps locals and travellers inside. If you are booking HBA to PER flights for summer, be sure to pack lightweight clothing and extra sunscreen. Autumn brings milder temperatures with occasional rain, but it is a great season to explore the beaches and enjoy Perth’s numerous parks. If you’re looking for the cheapest flights to PER, plan a trip in the winter. But keep in mind, with the abundant rainfall and sporadic thunderstorms, some outdoor activities may be limited from June through August.
Departing From Hobart
Virgin Australia and Qantas offer the fastest flights from Hobart (HBA) to Perth (PER). With a stopover in Melbourne (MEL) or Sydney (SYD) you can arrive at PER in less than seven hours. Jetstar will get you from HBA to PER in a little more than 10 hours, including a stopover in Melbourne (MEL). Virgin Australia and Qantas also offer cheap airfares to Perth.
Getting to Hobart International Airport
Hobart International Airport (HBA) is located 17 kilometres northeast of the city centre. The cheapest transfer option is the Skybus. You can hop on the bus at The Brooke Street Pier bus stop on Franklin Wharf; Franklin Square Metro Bus stop on Elizabeth Street; or 19 Macquarie Street bus stop at rear of Hotel Grand Chancellor. A one-way fare to HBA is $18.50. Taxi fares from the heart of Hobart to HBA can run between $50 to $65. Rideshare companies such as Uber can get you to HBA for about $31.
Parking at Hobart International Airport
If you are a frequent flyer and choose to park at HBA during your travels, consider purchasing the annual parking pass. This can save you time and money before your journey even begins.
Where to Park at Hobart International Airport
If you plan on leaving your car at Hobart International Airport, you’ll have three convenient car park options. You can park-and-go with valet services, park-and-stay in the main car park, or store your car in the value-saver lot. It is highly recommended you pre-book parking at the main car park and Saver car park prior to arriving.
- Valet: Simply park in one of the designated spaces outside the Valet Office located within the main car park and an attendant will take care of the rest. You can leave your car in secure hands and enjoy the short walk to the terminals. Valet parking services start at $33 per day.
- Main Car Park: This is perfect for short-term stays and it is quick walk to the terminals. If you plan on leaving your car in the main lot for your entire trip, full day parking rates start at $22.
- Saver Car Park: Ideal for for extended or longer trips. Rates start at $18 per day, and there is covered walkway will lead you from the lot to the terminals.
Arriving in Perth
Perth Airport has four terminals for both domestic and international flights. If you’re flying into PER on Virgin Australia, you will arrive at Terminal 1. Terminal 2 is dedicated to Alliance Airlines, Tigerair, and Regional Express Airlines. Incoming flights with Jetstar arrive at Terminal 3, while flights on Qantas arrive at Terminal 4. T1/T2 and T3/T4 can be easily reached with a quick 15-minute bus ride.
How to Get from Perth Airport to Your Perth Hotel or Accommodation
With new access roads and free-flowing interchanges, the transfer from Perth Airport to the city centre is quick and easy. The local bus route 380 links T1/T2 with Elizabeth Quay Bus Station in the city centre. This route stops at many popular stations along the way, including Victoria Park Transfer Station and Belmont Forum. Passengers arriving at the T3/T4 can catch the route 40 bus to Elizabeth Quay Bus Station. The route 40 bus route operates 7 days a week. Taxi ranks and rideshare zones are situated at the front of every terminal at Perth Airport. The approximate 20-minute one-way fare into the Perth CBD can run between $43 and $67.These fares also include the mandatory airport pick-up fee of $3.
Things to do in Perth
Perth has an abundance of opportunities that will entertain, delight and thrill its visitors. Head to Kings Park to wander through the Botanic Garden and tick off the easy walk up to the top of Mount Eliza for uninterrupted views across the Swan River and cityscape. If you’re an adrenalin-fiend, hit one of the city’s 10 theme parks, or head to Perth Zoo to pay a visit to more than 2000 furry, feathery and scaly residents. If you want a memorable experience with Australia’s iconic kangaroo, head to Caversham Wildlife Park. There you can hand-feed kangaroos, snap a photo with a koala, and snuggle with a wombat! If you find yourself with a bit of free time, head to Elizabeth Quay. This is a new waterfront precinct in Perth with a children’s playground, gourmet dining options, public artwork installations, and plenty of pretty promenades. Head to Fremantle for its heritage convict sites and explore a bit of the dark history of Perth. For a relaxing day at the beach, slip on your flip-flops and head to Scarborough or Cottesloe. For the best wine-tasting opportunities, head for the cellar doors and providores of the nearby Swan Valley. But don’t leave Perth without making the trip to the 40-kilometre stretch of beach known as Sunset Coast. Stick around to watch a spectacular sunset over the Indian Ocean. It is a sight you will cherish for many years.