Getting Around in Perth

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A privately-run bus theoretically meets every flight into Perth airport and travels to the city hotels and hostels. It will cost about $5 for your fare. There is also a suburban bus which runs every hour or so and costs substantially less.

Perth has a central public transport organisation called Transperth which operates buses, trains and ferries. A free transit zone including all Transperth bus and trains is provided every day within the central city area. Cycling is a great way to explore Perth and there are many bicycle routes around the city and its environs. Ferries cross the river every half an hour (more frequently at peak times) during the day. You can plan your journey on perths public transport using www.transperth.wa.gov.au which has a very easy to use journey planner.

In the city itself, a Central Area Transit or CAT bus can easily transport you to your intended destination. This is a free service, running every 5 minutes daily. This service has 3 routes, namely the Blue Cat running within the city, the Red Cat which extends to include government departments and the Yellow Cat which runs toward the outskirts of the city.

In addition, transport on all Transperth buses is free within the Free Transit Zone, offering an easy and affordable mode of transport within the city.

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December 11, 2005 change by lloydymil

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