Boasting a big city infrastructure with a small town vibe, Perth has the claim to fame of being the most remote capital city in the world. It's also home to beautiful beaches, abundant gardens and parklands, and a fantastic line-up of things to see and do. Read more...
Choose from our range of Perth holiday packages below that each include your flights, accommodation, and often special bonuses like tours and free upgrades. If you can't find the package you're looking for, contact one of our friendly consultants on 0800 24 35 44 and don't forget to ask about customising a package to suit your needs.
Perth Airport (PER)
For helpful information about getting to and from the airport, check-in information and more have a look at our Perth Airport Guide.
Airport Accommodation: If you're looking to stay as close as possible to Perth Airport, book a hotel in Belmont or Ascot.
Airlines that fly to Perth
The following airlines fly to Perth domestically:
For more information on airlines that offer flights to Perth, see our domestic airline page.
You might also be interested in our international airline guide.
As well as being the most remote capital centre, Perth is indeed also one of the greenest. It's impossible to visit Perth without coming across one of the biggest inner city parks in the world, Kings Park. Some 1,003 acres, Kings Park is home to immaculate gardens, grassed parkland, tourist facilities and war memorials, and can be explored via the network of tree-lined streets. Take an afternoon to explore and unwind in this inner city sanctuary.
Shopaholics won't be able to get enough of the suburb of Subiaco, located less than 5 kilometres west of the city centre. Here you'll find countless boutique fashion stores and a plethora of trendy cafés. In the CBD, Murray Street and Hay Street malls are a great place to start, and King Street or West End for the more expensive designer labels.
Don't miss out on a trip to Fremantle, half an hour's drive south west from Perth. As a port city servicing Perth, Fremantle is home to several maritime-themed attractions including the Western Australian Maritime Museum and the most significant maritime archaeology museum in the southern hemisphere, the Shipwreck Galleries. Also check out Western Australia's only World Heritage Listed site, Fremantle Prison, and do a tour of the Little Creatures brewery followed by a few beers at its popular bar.