Perth Transport – Perth has an excellent public transport system and it is very easy to travel around the city and suburbs. Centre city transport in Perth and Fremantle is free.


The city centre and suburban areas are well served by the Public Bus Network. The main terminals are at the Wellington Street Bus Station and the City Busport, Mounts Bay Road. Central Area Transit (CAT) – This is a free bus network that serves within the central business and Northbridge precinct. There are 2 services, which is differentiated by its colour, the Red CAT and Blue CAT and will transport you around the centre. This is true too of Fremantle CAT.

Otherwise you need a ticket for most of Transperth bus, train and ferry services. You can buy a ticket for cash when you start your journey. Or you can buy a MultiRider 10 ticket (for ten trips) or a Multirider 40 ticket (for 40 trips) – both are sold at a discount. A day travel ticket can be purchased – a DayRider ticket. There is also a family ticket for up to seven people at weekends.

As well as the bus services there is a train network, Transperth. It has an extensive suburb rail system although it does not provide link from the airport to the city. Perth Station is the main station in the city and it has number of customer services counter to provide information on timetable for trains.

Taxis & Limousines
Taxi services operate 24 hours daily with fare meters and chauffeured luxury limousines are also available for hire.