Directions to Perth Airport
Plan your route here
You have successfully reserved your ideal parking spot near Perth airport, now you need to get there on time for your flight. Due to recent changes in access to the terminals, it is important to know which terminal you need to get to and best routes to do so. Following the signage should assist you greatly when making your way to T3 & T4. Directional signs have been installed on all major airport routes like Great Eastern highway and Tonkin Highways, just to name a few.
Under normal weather and traffic conditions the following travel allowance applies:
Claremont -> Perth Airport 22,6 kilometres / 28 mins Rockingham -> Perth Airport 51,5 kilometres / 45 mins Freemantle -> Perth Airport 6.6 kilometres / 28 mins Midland -> Perth Airport 10.1 kilometres / 12 min Perth CBD -> Perth Airport 11.6 kilometers / 19 min read more…
Daily busy Routes:
Albany Highway Tonkin Highway Great Eastern Highway Fauntleroy Avenue Roe Highway
You can map out your journey and follow any traffic warnings ahead of time to avoid delays: travelmap.mainroads.wa.gov.au
Useful information for the road:
Before you set off for the airport in your car, you may want to consider a few safety checks. Ask yourself the following questions:
- Do you have enough fuel?
- Are your oil, water and coolant levels safe for a long journey?
- Are all your tyres, including your spare wheel at the correct unit of pressure?
- Are all your necessary lights in working order?
Some of these checks can easily be overlooked and as a result may cause delays in your journey, so be sure to have them all checked ahead of time.
With an array of options in Perth you can refuel just about anywhere at a service station of choice. Filling up in a built-up area before starting your journey on the highway may stretch your buck that little bit further. If your vehicle uses LPG, make sure you know where to fill up as it may not be available at all service stations. read more…
Roadside assistance in Australia
You will want to be prepared If you find yourself in the compromising situation of being stuck with a broken down vehicle. You can contact any one of the roadside assistance companies that will help you immediately. They will help you even if you don’t have a membership at the time of your emergency, however there will be additional costs involved. It may be more economical to add this to your car insurance or take out a yearly membership instead of paying higher non-member call out fees on the spot.
Of course you can look out for road signs to keep you informed of maximum speeds. Generally speaking, in Western australia you are required to follow a speed limit of 50 km/h in built-up areas and 110 km/h for more rural or undeveloped areas.
For more information you can refer to the mainroads website for clarity on specific zones and their respective speed limits and recommendations.