We have prepared some information for customers moving to Perth
Perth is one of the smaller sized cities in Australia but has much to offer. Getting around Perth is made easy due to its modern transport system called Transperth, which consists of buses, trains and ferries.
Although buses are Perth’s main mode of public transport, it must be said that the suburban routes aren’t as comprehensive as they could be. You may need a car to visit some suburbs.
In most cities trains are not the primary mode of transport, the same applies with Perth. Transperth trains are used to go to various suburbs. Transperth has 4 main train lines, Fremantle, Armadale, Currambine and Midland. You can use the train route by visiting the Perth Railway Station.
If buses and trains aren’t your style, perhaps hopping on a ferry and going for a cruise is. The ferry begins near the city at Barrack Street jetty and travels across the beautiful Swan River and then ends up in Mends street jetty south Perth.
If you need to catch a taxi there’s good news - they’re plentiful in Perth. Some of the popular companies include Independent Taxis, Black and White and Swan Taxis.
For the most part, the heart of the city is bicycle friendly, containing bicycle lanes on many of the roads. There are several places where you can hire a bicycle and take it for a spin through Perth’s bicycle routes. Bicycle routes extent to the ocean and rivers and can make for a relaxing and attractive ride.
Perth definitely is an elegant city and it’s a smaller size makes getting around Perth a pleasurable experience.