If you have plans to see the game or catch a concert at Subiaco oval, then reliable transport is going to be your number one priority. After all, there’s nothing worse that missing the first moments! But with so many transport options on offer, it can be hard to settle on the best. Public transport services leave frequently from Perth Airport, and they’re affordable, but can they guarantee that you will reach Subiaco in time? Taxis are more direct, but they can come with long waits at the taxi rank, and a higher price to top it off. To ensure that you get from Perth Airport to Subiaco in time for your event, you should book private transport in the form of an airport transfer from Car Australia. Whether you’re heading straight for the stadium, or just looking to enjoy the suburb of Subiaco, there’s no better way to do it than from the comfort of a chauffeur driven limousine.

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Subiaco to Perth Airport

Before you book accommodation, tickets, or a space for dinner, make sure you know what to expect on your trip from Perth Airport to Subiaco. Here is our quick travel guide, to help your itinerary come into shape.

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The trip

We expect travel times of about 30 minutes to get from Perth Airport to Subiaco. However, that can vary significantly depending on things like traffic, roadworks, and holiday seasons. Usually, if you are driving through Perth between the Airport and Subiaco, peak hour traffic and congestion can result in a trip of about 35 to 40 minutes. On the other hand, you could get from one destination to the other in as few as 20 minutes in off-peak times. There are also events to look out for, with the iconic Subiaco Oval attracting tens of thousands of spectators for big events every now and then. Traffic conditions can become very busy during those periods, which can also affect your airport travel times.

Perth Airport

Perth Airport is the primary airport servicing the western half of Australia. For that reason, it has four separate terminals, which each serve their own purposes. Terminal one is dedicated mainly to international flights, with both arrivals and departures coming through the one terminal. Terminal one (domestic) is dedicated to Virgin Australia flights, and is your ticket from Perth to other states of Australia, and vice versa. Terminal two caters for regional Australia, with a number of smaller regional airlines calling it home, including Alliance and REX. Terminals three and four host the iconic Australian carrier Qantas, with its international, interstate, and regional services divided between each terminal. To accommodate the many travellers passing through, there’s no shortage of parking in close proximity to all four terminals. In addition, there are dedicated drop off and pick up zones throughout the airport precinct, which allow for the easy collection and drop off of passengers.


Subiaco is leafy inner city suburb, to the immediate west of the CBD. It centres on Rokeby Road, which is a popular destination for those who enjoy browsing small boutiques and high end retail outlets. It is considered a perfect cross section of Perth by many, thanks to its collection of cafes, wine bars, restaurants, and cultural hubs – including the iconic Regal Theatre, which was founded approximately 90 years ago. There are also performing spaces in the Subiaco Arts Centre, the Theatre Gardens, and, of course, Subiaco Oval. To see it all in comfort, we would recommend booking with Car Australia. We can take you anywhere in and around Subiaco, and ensure that you make it back to the airport in time at the end of it all.