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- Crown Perth
- Perth Arena
- Cottesloe Beach
- Perth Convention Exhibition Centre (PCEC)
- Kings Park and Botanic Garden
- University of Western Australia
- Hay Street Mall
- Sandalford Winery
- Fremantle Markets
- Barrack Street Jetty Ferry Terminal
- Western Australian Museum
- Curtin University of Technology
- Murray Street Mall
- Western Australia's Government House
- Claremont Showgrounds
- Yanchep National Park
- WACA Ground
- Subiaco Oval
- 108 St Georges Terrace
- Perth Mosque
Where to stay near Perth Airport (PER)
Exploring Perth Airport
Resting adjacent to the municipality of Redcliffe in eastern Perth, the busy Perth Airport has grown into a major aviation hub for Australia. As far as airports go, this facility is not overly large, only catering for about 13 million domestic and international passengers each year.
The airport is a hub aviation centre for Qantas and Virgin Australia. Internationally, the busiest routes to Perth Airport are from Singapore and Denpasar in Bali. More than two million passengers fly between Melbourne and Perth each year, with the Sydney to Perth route not far behind in terms of passenger numbers.
Due to its location some 15 kilometres from the centre of Perth, the airport is not linked with the city’s railway network. However, the city provides efficient public transportation via buses, which regularly run from early morning to late at night. Though there are no hotels on site, there are several accommodation choices within a few minutes’ journey of the facility.
The airport is renowned for boasting convenient and easy-to-navigate terminals, and quick access to the downtown heart of Perth. Nevertheless, the old domestic terminals are about five kilometres from the international hub, making journeys between the sites time consuming.
There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Perth is the Burns Beach Bed & Breakfast, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Travillas in Perth as it has been reserved 5 times.
While there isn’t a lot to see at the airport, around 10 kilometres from this busy facility stand numerous Perth landmarks of note.
- Burswood Dome
Found in the eastern inner-Perth district of Burswood, this famous indoor arena is one of the largest event venues in Western Australia. Capable of holding nearly 14,000 spectators, the Burswood Dome has become the main site for Perth’s concert and indoor sporting events. The Hopman Cup was held inside this domed arena for more than a decade, but has since moved to the newly-developed Perth Arena. For a memorable stay just minutes’ journey time from this event stadium and the airport, choose the Crown Perth.
Built by the Perth government in the year 2000, the Swan Bells Belltower is among Perth’s most iconic structures. Constructed for the new millennia, the tower itself stands 82 metres in height and contains 18 bells within its copper-and-glass exterior. This is a truly magnificent and photogenic landmark, which is why more than a million people have visited the site since it was first erected. Close by the belltower is the cheap yet convenient Qube Aurum Apartment Hotel.
- Burswood Entertainment Complex
No other site in Perth rivals the Burswood Entertainment Complex. This large hotel/casino/convention centre is the entertainment capital of Perth, welcoming thousands of patrons every week. The site is only six kilometres to the west of Perth Airport, so guests can reach the domestic or international terminals in less than 15 minutes. The casino is a major draw card for this landmark. It’s a 24-hour facility with memorable gambling amenities, like blackjack, three-card poker, and more than 1,500 poker machines. A golf course, a nightclub, restaurants, and several bars are also found at this thrilling landmark.
Eating and drinking and shopping nearby
Apart from several nearby hotels, including the beautiful four-star Assured Ascot Quays Apartment, there are few memorable dining and drinking options surrounding the airport. However, within the terminals of Perth Airport, patrons will find a plethora dining options. With sit-down restaurants and fast-food chains, not to mention several bars and sports pubs, operating within the terminals, finding a bite to eat or a place to relax before take-off is easy. The International Terminal is home to First Duty Free Shopping, while a range of other retailers operate throughout the airport’s domestic terminals and international aviation centre.
Transperth, which is the Western Australian capital’s public transportation network, provides bus services to and from terminals 3 and 4. Passengers can hop onboard bus number 37 from Kings Park, Esplanade Bus Port, and the transfer station at Victoria Park to reach the domestic terminals. Getting to the International Terminal is only possible via the Perth Airport Connect service. The journey on Transperth buses from downtown Perth to the airport takes about 55 minutes.
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