Perth is an international airport and most major airlines fly to Perth after a stopover in Asia.
How to get to Perth and get around
Unless you have New Zealand citizenship you will need to get a visa for Australia. However, the good news is that the online visa for Australia is a quick and easy process!
Getting a Visa for Australia
There is plenty to see and do in the heart of Perth itself. A great way to kick off a stay in Perth is to head to the beautiful Cottesloe Beach for a quick swim and breakfast.
Day 1 – Explore the best of Perth
Lovely little Rottnest Island is just 18kms from the centre of Perth. It is one of my favourite day trips in the world and loved by locals as much as tourists. It is almost an Australian landmark.
Day 2 – Visit Rottnest Island
Fremantle is Western Australia’s chief port and is just 25 minutes west of Perth. Founded in 1829 it is still home to many streets which are virtually unchanged since the mid 19th century.
Day 3 Itinerary Perth: Visit Fremantle
- Visit Caversham Wildlife Park - Go Wine Tasting in the Swan Valley - Head to the Perth Hills
Days 4 & 5: Enjoy some of Perth’s close day trips