Perth Airport is located 10 kilometres east of the Perth CBD. Depending on the time of day you arrive, it takes between 15 and 20 minutes to get from Perth Airport to Midland. While there is a range of transport options available to get to and from the airport such as buses, taxis, and chauffeured cars, we highly recommend Car Australia’s long list of chauffeur-driven private hire cars. They’re comfortable, convenient, and competitively priced.
Car Australia provides you with superior quality service without a hefty price. We can pick you up and drop you off wherever is most convenient for you in Midland, and at the airport’s designated pick-up point. Our cars can be booked 24 hours a day, by phone or via our new app. This allows quick, flexible, and easy bookings. Due to our vast infrastructure, you can be sure that we will always be on time, every time, making us the most competitive and reliable car hire service in the country. We have a fleet of modern vehicles big and small, accommodating solo travellers, or groups of up to 20 people in our luxurious minibus. We are also passionate about the environment, with efficient vehicles making up our fleet.
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Perth Airport to Midland travel guide
To help you plan your trip from Perth airport to Midland, here’s a quick guide to what you should expect in your travels
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Perth airport to Midland – Travel times
The standard time taken to travel from Perth Airport to Midland is between 15 and 20 minutes. However, during peak hours, it can take as long as 22 minutes and as little as 14 minutes. From Midland to Perth airport, it takes roughly 20 minutes in peak hour, and 14 minutes off-peak.
Perth airport information
Perth Airport has four passenger terminals for both domestic and international flights. Terminal 1 mainly serves international flights; Terminal 2 which only deals with domestic flights; and Terminals 3 and 4 which welcome Australia’s own Qantas and Jetstar.
Depending on the time you will spend at this airport, there are different parking options available. Whether it’s Long-Term Parking, available in all four terminals; Short Term Parking also at all 4 terminals; Fast Track Business Parking for Terminals 3 and 4 or Regional Term Parking, for those travelling with airlines such as Cobham or Skippers. Additionally, there is an outdoor long-term car park which is only a five-minute bus ride with the free shuttle bus service, or a 10-minute walk to the terminal.
At Terminal 2, there is a five-minute Express Pickup and Drop Off area, and if you need to wait longer there is one-hour free parking at any of the Long-Term Car Parks. There are also bays at each terminal for immediate pickup or drop-off. Perth airport provides free Wi-Fi access all over the airport in public areas and gate lounges as well as excellent facilities for passengers in transit, such as duty-free shopping, restaurants, cafes, postal services, foreign exchange, ATMs, printing services, and medical services. If you are travelling with children, bring them to the children’s play area and follow that with the sleeping pods at Terminal 1 for a quick nap.
For more information about the airport’s facilities visit their website.
Midland – Things to do
Midland is a suburb of the Perth metropolitan region approximately 16 kilometres from the city centre. It has a variety of shopping options for all tastes, such as the Midland Gate shopping village with its own cinema and pedestrian malls. If you’re visiting on the weekend, check out the Sunday Farmers Markets behind the Town Hall for some fresh produce. On Fridays, weekends, and public holidays, there is also the Military Market.
Midland is also home to the Swan Valley commercial centre which is Australia’s oldest wine region. Here you will find a selection of wineries, microbreweries, and high-quality, fine dining restaurants. Just like its neighbour town Guildford, Midland’s historical buildings give it some character. You’ll enjoy walking around the town visiting the tourist attractions such as the Australian Opera Studio or the Town Hall’s odd square clock built in 1906.
With Car Australia, we can pick you up from the pickup point in Midland that is most convenient for you, making your trip as stress-free and enjoyable as possible.