Perth Airport doesn’t have any hotels within its grounds, but there are plenty nearby, which are convenient for both holiday makers and business travellers. There is accommodation for every budget—here’s the pick of the bunch.
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Perth Airport is located 14km east of Perth’s CBD, which takes around 20 minutes to reach by car. It’s the 4th busiest airport in Australia, flying roughly 11 million passengers per year. In 2018, the airport was named “Best Airport in Australia” by the Australian Airports Association, for its exceptional level of service.
The airport has the usual range of cafes, bars, and restaurants, where you can refuel before your flight. It also has a number of premium airline lounges, including Air New Zealand, Emirates, Qantas, Singapore Airlines, and Virgin.
If you’re keen for some shopping, Perth Airport has a Direct Factory Outlet (DFO) nearby.
Perth Airport has plenty of parking options, for all budgets and timeframes. Here’s a breakdown.
Long Term Parking
Long term parking is available for up to 99 days and is the most affordable parking option. It’s available for every terminal and includes a free shuttle bus that loops around every 20 minutes.
Short Term Parking
Despite its name, short term parking is also available for long periods, and has the added benefit of being right outside the terminal doors. It’s much more expensive than long term parking but is highly convenient.
Fast Track Parking
For those who are rushed for time, fast track parking allows you to park your vehicle just one minute away from the check-in desk and is available for the T3 and T4 terminals.
If somebody is picking you up from the airport, they can park in Long Term Parking for an hour without charge, or for up to four hours for only $10.
There’s also express pick-up and drop-off at T2, which allows a wait of five minutes before having to loop around. Be cautious if you’re using this—the airport will charge you an overstay fee if you dawdle.
Perth Airport hotels
Airport Apartments Hotel is 4-star accommodation just a 3-minute drive from the airport. The rooms are minimalist and stylish, comfortable, and moderately priced at around $150 per night. There’s free Wi-Fi too.
100 Coolgardie Ave, Redcliffe WA 6104
Ingot Hotel Perth is a 4-star hotel only 5 minutes from the airport. It has a range of facilities including a heated outdoor pool, spa, fitness centre, bar, and restaurant. It also has easy access to Perth’s major attractions such as Ascot Racecourse, Optus Stadium, and Swan Valley.
It’s just a 3-minute drive from the airport. The rooms are minimalist and stylish, comfortable, and moderately priced at around $150 per night. There’s free Wi-Fi too.
285 Great Eastern Hwy, Belmont WA 6104
Country Comfort Perth is a 3-star hotel just 6 minutes from the airport. It has comfortable rooms, flat screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, and great coffee for the morning. There’s also a restaurant that’s open for breakfast and dinner seven days a week.
249-263 Great Eastern Hwy, Belmont WA 6104
As with most major cities, Perth has its share of great restaurants. Here are a range of restaurants, ranging from expensive to affordable.
Friend’s Restaurant has been awarded the Best Fine Dining Restaurant in Australia and Perth, and if you’re passionate about food, it’s an essential visit while you’re in the city. They’re conveniently located in St. Georges Terrace in the CBD.
Friend’s Restaurant serves modern Australian cuisine, with a range of dining options—a la carte, grazing, and degustation. Their main courses include tender Cone Bay barramundi, rich Kangaroo loin, Mayura Station Wagyu, and a number of other mouth-watering dishes.
If you’re in Perth for a business trip and are looking to impress, this is the place for you. Just make sure you book in advance, as it’s one of the city’s most popular eating spots.
Nobu serves excellent Japanese fusion cuisine, including tempura, nobu, sushi, as well as their trademark Japanese Wagyu. If you’re not partial to meat, there’s a full vegan menu.
Nobu is another highly rated restaurant in the city, with delicious food, impeccable service, and an invigorating atmosphere that may help to steer you into a nearby bar when you’re done.
The restaurant is located in the eastern suburb of Burswood, just across the Swan River, and a quick 12-minute drive.
Amano is a mid-range Italian restaurant located on the northern bank of the Swan River, just a few minutes south of the CBD. The outdoor tables offer beautiful views of the river, city, and setting sun. Their menu is filled with traditional Italian meals—ragu lasagne, pomodoro gnocchi, tender grain-fed beef, and more.
Perth isn’t known for its landmarks, but there’s still plenty to see and do. Here’s some of the best the city has to offer.
Kings Park and Botanic Gardens are an expansive 400-hectare park overlooking the river, situated on the western lip of the CBD. The park and gardens offer spectacular views of the city, and contain a whopping 8,000 unique plant species, including many rare and threatened plants that cannot be found anywhere else. You’ll see spiky yellow banksias, vivid purple bilobas, luminescent buttercups, and a whole lot more. It’s the perfect place for an hour of aimless wandering, when you can let nature work its calming magic on you.
If you enjoy the occasional glass of wine, Swan Valley is an historic wine and food region located just half an hour away from the city, in the upper reaches of the Swan River. There are wineries scattered across the region, as well as chocolatiers, coffee roasters, beekeepers, cheese farms, and plenty of restaurants and cafes.
Perth Zoo is a 17-hectare zoo located in South Perth, just a quick 10-minute drive from the CBD. It opened its doors over a century ago, and today, houses 164 different species of animals. You’ll see rambunctious squirrel monkeys, tamarins with outlandish moustaches, grunting porcupines, beady-eyed emus, grinning quokkas, and a variety of other awesome animals.
Perth Zoo is run by the Government of Western Australian, with conservation their primary goal. By visiting the zoo, you’ll be helping to conserve endangered species such as the southern white rhino, Sumatran tiger, and Tasmanian devil.