A free transit zone operates within the City of Perth boundaries. You can travel on any bus with the City of Perth for free. For travel outside the free transit zone, purchase a ticket from the driver or purchase a SmartRider from Perth Station or from newsagents.
In the city, hop on and off the free CAT (Central Area Transit) buses which operate daily. The CAT buses have four routes covering all parts of the city. CAT bus stops have distinctive stands and real-time passenger information that tells you when the next bus is due.
Find further information on the Transperth website to plan your journey and access timetables.
Taxis & Rideshare
Taxis can be ordered from any of Perth’s major taxi providers:
Swan Taxis – 13 13 30
Black & White Taxis – 13 10 08
Yellow Cabs – 13 19 24
Tricolour – 13 22 27
LCAB – 13 52 22
A taxi service is available for passengers with disabilities. This service operates 24 hours a day and it is recommended to book 24 hours in advance to avoid delays. The service can be booked on +61 8 9333 3377.
Rideshare options operate regularly throughout the Perth CBD and greater metro area. You can also download the Uber and Ola apps to be picked up from anywhere in the city.
The Perth Airport is located around 15km east of the city centre and there are a range of transport options to reach the city, including: shuttle busses, public transport, taxis, and rideshare. For more information, you can visit the Perth Airport website.
Taxi and shuttle ranks are located outside the arrivals areas of each terminal building. Taxis are available 24/7. As an indication, taxi fares from the airport to the Pan Pacific Perth are between $35 – $50 AUD one-way.
Airport shuttle buses operate between the Perth Airport and all accommodation providers in the city centre and Fremantle. As an indication, shuttle rates from the airport to the city centre are around $25 AUD per person one-way. Shuttle bus providers: