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|Cheapest month||February 2021|
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Cheap Sydney to Perth Flights
Planning a city break to Perth?
Hop on board one of the 91 weekly direct flights from Sydney to Perth, and you'll be catching some of Australia's best waves in just four hours. Tigerair, Qantas, Jetstar and Virgin Australia all offer non-stop flights - all you need to do is choose the departure time that suits your budget and schedule.
Ready to hit the clouds? Here's everything you need to know about your flight from Sydney to Perth!
Departing from Sydney Airport
Getting to Sydney Airport
On a tight schedule? The fastest way to get from Sydney to the airport is with the train. Grab a seat on the T8 Airport Line; it leaves every 10 minutes from the CBD between 5:00 a.m. and midnight. The train only takes only 13 minutes to reach the departure terminals, giving you more than enough time to check-in and make your way through security.
Another affordable option is to take the Route 400 bus. A single trip only costs AUD 5.60 one way and stops at the T1 International and T3 Domestic terminals.
You can also take a taxi to the airport or request a ride with Uber. Travel time is usually only 20-minutes from the city centre if there isn't a traffic jam and fares cost around AUD 45-55.
Parking Options at Sydney Airport
If you're planning a short weekend city break to Perth, park in either P1 or P2. The spaces are only a short walk to the Domestic Terminals, and you can even book your spot online.
For passengers travelling to Perth for longer than a few days, the P3 option offers the most value. It has a daily discounted rate and is 8-minutes from the domestic T2 and T3 terminals.
If you're on a tight budget, leave your car at the Blue Emu. It's located on Ross Smith Avenue and is a 15-minute bus ride from the domestic terminals. However, there is a free 24-hour shuttle, so you don't need to pay extra for a cab.
Which Domestic Terminal Will Your Sydney to Perth Flight Depart From?
For travellers flying on any of the direct routes to Perth, you'll need to head to Terminals 2 and 3 for check-in and departure.
Both terminals have restaurants, bars, lounges, ATMs, shops and free WiFi for all passengers.
Arriving at Perth Airport
Getting from Perth Airport to Your Hotel
For budget travellers, the cheapest way to get into the city from Perth Airport is with the local bus. If you're arriving at T1/T2, take route 380, or route 40 if you're starting your journey from T3/T4. But if you're short on time and have room to splurge, buy a ticket for the faster express shuttle bus.
If you want to take a taxi to your hotel, you'll find the ranks outside the domestic terminals. A one-way ride into Perth usually takes about 20-minutes and costs around AUD 42-52. Ride-sharing services also operate from the airport, and you can use the free WiFi to request your lift.
Hiring a car is a popular option for travellers that want to explore Perth. You can find the car hire desks after the baggage claim area at each of the airport's domestic terminals.
Things to Do in Perth
Want some inspiration for your Perth itinerary? Here are some of the city's top highlights that deserve a spot on anyone's bucket list.
- Spend an afternoon at the King's Park and Botanic Garden. It boasts some of the best city views and is one of the most beautiful parks in Australia.
- Go soak up the sun on Cottesloe Beach. It's one of Perth's best beaches and is ideal for swimming, surfing, snorkelling and diving.
- Visit the weekend market at Fremantle Harbour. Its home to the world's largest didgeridoo store and is one of the country's busiest ports.
- Take a ferry to Rottnest Island. It's only a short 18 km trip from the mainland and is home to the adorable quokka.
Frequently Asked Questions
Which airlines offer flights from Sydney to Perth?
Flights from Sydney to Perth are available with Tigerair, Jetstar, Virgin Australia and Qantas.
On an average day, how many direct flights go from Sydney to Perth?
On an average day, there are approximately 13 direct flights that go from Sydney to Perth.
On which day of the week can you find the highest number of flight options?
On average, the day of the week with the highest number of flight options is Sunday.
How many airports are in Perth?
There is only one airport in Perth. Perth Airport (PER) services domestic and international flights.
What is the name of Perth’s main airport?
Perth Airport (PER) is Perth’s main and only airport. Home to domestic and international terminals, it is Australia’s fourth-largest airport.
The Gravity Discovery Centre & Observatory
The Gravity Discovery Centre & Observatory is a cultural and science education centre situated in a natural bushland setting in Yeal, just an hours' drive from Perth. The centre is a fun and exciting tourist destination, featuring interactive science exhibits and Aboriginal art. It is also the home of the famous Leaning Tower of Gingin. The observatory is open to the public on Friday and Saturday nights, and showcases the beautiful dark skies of Western Australia. Guests will enjoy a presentation and a laser-guided tour of the constellations, as well as look through the telescopes at different celestial targets.