Both the International (Terminal 1) and Domestic (Terminal 3) terminals offer free wireless Internet connection which is provided via a partnership with Azure. For the Domestic Terminal, Wi-Fi is available in the departures lounge, while Terminal 3 has readily available Wi-Fi in the ground floor arrivals lounge and first floor departures lounge at . Several free Internet booths are also placed in strategic points in these two terminals. If you feel like resting on an airline lounge, they offer free Wi-Fi as well.
There are a number of Travelex outlets in Perth Airport, all of which have 40 currencies available and are open to service every flight.
The outlets are strategically placed on three locations - ground floor and Level 1 and Level 2 of the International Terminal. You can find the ground floor Travelex outlet before security checks. This outlet is available to all. The other two outlets are located after security and therefore only available to passengers.
Travelex also offers ATMs that dispense US Dollars, British Pounds, Australian Dollars, New Zealand Dollars, and Singapore Dollars. These ATMs can be found on the ground floor (before security) and Level 2 of the International Terminal, and ground floor and Level 1 (after security of the Domestic Terminals 3 and 4. To know more about money matters at Perth Airport, please visit www.Travelex.com.au.
Freight and Cargo
The Perth Freight Terminal is located not far from the International Terminal. Freight operators at Perth Airport include Australian Air Express, DTI Group Limited, Qantas, Toll Dnata, Star Track Express, Southbridge Holdings, Toll, and Worldlinks. Entrance is restricted in the Freight Terminal.
Lost and Found
If you lost items on Terminal 1 or on the International Terminal, please call +61-8-9478-8503 to check if you items have been handed in. You can also leave a message outside office hours and a staff will contact you as soon as possible.
Terminals 2, 3, and 4 are all domestic terminals servicing different airlines - each have their own lost and found contact number. For Terminals 2 and 3, call +61-8-9478-8703. For Terminal 4, call +61-8-9270-9504 or visit the baggage services counter on the ground floor which is located next to the baggage carousels.
If you lost any property on an airplane, please contact the airline directly.
Getting Around The Terminals
Perth Airport’s terminals are grouped into two sets - Terminals 1 and 2 and Terminals 3 and 4. There is quite a distance between these sets so the airport runs a “Connect” shuttle to make travel between the terminals more convenient. Between 6am and midnight, the shuttle leaves from Terminal 3 or 4 and Terminal 1 or 2 every 20 minutes. Between midnight and 6am, it leaves every 30 minutes.
Perth Airport has medical assistance stations on Level 1 of Terminal 1 (International), and ground floors of Terminals 2 and 3. Those seeking medical attention should head on these stations immediately.
Perth offers a quarantine station for immigrants who wish to bring their pets into the country. You can find the station if Byford. Here, you can book an animal into the facility where they can stay for the entire quarantine period, provided they have an import permit from the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries, and Forestry. Animals will be picked up from the airport by a DAFF officer. For more information, please visit www.daff.gov.au/aqs/cat-dogs/accom/byford.
There is a prayer room on the ground floor of Terminal 1.
If you want to have a bit of recreation before or after a long flight, or you’re still waiting for you Perth car rental, Garvey Park is very close to Terminals 3 and 4. It is along Fauntleroy Avenue and is just a walk or drive away. This area sits along the Swan River and features shady playgrounds for kids and coffee kiosks where you can sip a relaxing cup of coffee. You can also visit the Ascot Racecourse and the Water’s Edge Estate Winery on the river.
Terminals 1 and 2 are a bit ways off from parks and the river, but if you’re planning to spend several hours on the airport, why not swing a few golf clubs at the Hartfield Country Club Golf Course? It’s not far from the airport and is just situated along the Tonkin Highway.
Perth Airport takes its passengers’ safety very seriously. As such it has deployed several security measures to maintain peace and order within its vicinity.
Like most airports, you will be required to pass your hand luggage through and x-ray scanner while you will be asked to walk through a metal detector. This is to ensure that you will not bring any potential weapon such as scissors, aerosols, cable ties, lighter fluids, blades of any kind, or fireworks on board.
For international flights, any liquids, aerosols or gels taken onboard must be less than 100 milliliters and must all fit into one 20 centimetre by 20 centimetre resealable bag.
Products brought from duty free may be taken onboard after security screening. Prescription medicine may also be given exemption provided a doctor’s permit is presented to the airline. Baby products may also be allowed onboard if you are travelling with an infant or young child.
Find Perth Airport
Terminals 3 and 4
Perth, WA 6105
Terminals 1 and 2
Horrie Miller Drive
Perth, WA 6105
Flying Distance to Australia Airports
Sydney: 4 hours and 30 minutes
Melbourne: 3 hours and 50 minutes
Brisbane: 5 hours
Adelaide: 3 hours and 10 minutes
Cairns: 4 hours and 50 minutes
Darwin: 3 hours and 50 minutes