Perth is a city that is very easy to navigate and get around, however with our vast state, if you plan on heading out of the city you may require a hire car or perhaps allow someone to do the driving for you and take a day tour.
Perth’s public transport system, Transperth, brings places of interest within easy reach. You can make good use of buses, trains and ferries to explore Perth, Fremantle and the metropolitan area. Transperth ticket prices are determined by how far you travel and fares must be purchased prior to travel at the Ticket Vending Machines while bus fares can be paid as you board. Tickets are valid for up to two hours and can be used on the entire public transport system. A DayRider ticket can be purchased for daily unlimited travel with Transperth, or alternatively you can purchase a SmartRider card which you add credit and swipe at the card reader machines which are at every station and on the buses. Visit the Transperth InfoCentre at the Perth Train Station, Esplanade Bus Port, Perth Underground Station and the Roe Street Bus Station or phone 13 62 13. Transperth also have a very helpful website, transperth.wa.gov.au with information on timetables for trains, buses, ferries and CAT buses. You can also enter your destination and it will show you route options, whether by bus or train, plus