Flights from Darwin to Perth

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Best Things to Do on Weekends with Darwin to Perth Flights

Art Gallery of Western Australia

When you book cheap flights Darwin to Perth for a weekend, the Art Gallery of Western Australia is the perfect place to spend an afternoon. The museum features works by WA artists from the 1800s to today. Visitors with Darwin to Perth flights can learn the history of the state through art covering European and Indigenous paintings, sculptures and photographs.

Elizabeth Quay

Located on the banks of the Swan River and in the heart of the CBD, Elizabeth Quay is one of the liveliest areas in Perth. Throughout the day, you’ll find a variety of activities to keep you entertained after flights Darwin to Perth arrive in WA. Elizabeth Quay is home to shops, restaurants, bars, street performances, and the iconic Spanda sculpture. Elizabeth Quay also offers insight into Perth’s history through memorials and Aboriginal Dreamtime stories. Spend some time at Elizabeth Quay after your Darwin to Perth flights to fully immerse yourself in the culture of central Perth.

Yanchep National Park

There are some gorgeous natural landscapes to discover around Perth. When you book Darwin to Perth return flights, plan a day out of the city to visit Yanchep National Park. This landmark is located about 50 kilometres (31 miles) north of Perth and can be reached in 45 minutes by car. Affordable rental cars can be booked through Webjet and can be picked up from Perth Airport (PER). Yanchep National Park is well-known for its caves, koala colony, and Aboriginal history. Visitors with cheap flights to Perth from Darwin can take advantage of several hiking trails, tours through Crystal Cave, and cultural sessions with the Noongar Aboriginal people.

 

Major Events and Festivals

Perth International Arts Festival

Plan your tickets to Perth from Darwin for travel between early February and early March to experience the Perth International Arts Festival. This event has been going since 1953, making it the longest-running international arts festival in the Southern Hemisphere. Throughout the festival, visitors with cheap flights Darwin to Perth can enjoy performances in the areas of dance, music, comedy, visual art, and more. The event aims to make art accessible to everyone, and several events are free to attend.

Perth Royal Show

The Perth Royal Show takes place over a week between September and October. The annual event is organised by the Royal Agricultural Society of Western Australia and has been holding versions of the event since 1834. During the Perth Royal Show, visitors with Darwin to Perth flights can enjoy a variety of events and exhibits related to agriculture. They include an animal nursery, pig races, and presentations of farm-to-table produce. Other elements of the event include food trucks, carnival rides, and fireworks.

Hopman Cup

The Hopman Cup is a week-long tennis competition between late December and early January each year. This event has taken place in Perth every year since 1989 and is named after Australian tennis legend Harry Hopman. The Cup includes both singles and doubles matches, and countries - rather than individual players - take out the title. The Hopman Cup is held only a few weeks before the Australian Open, and is considered a key lead-up to the Grand Slam. If you plan your flights Darwin to Perth during the Hopman Cup, you’ll have the opportunity to see some of the world’s most famous tennis players.

 

Public Transport and How to Get Around After Flights Darwin to Perth

Once you arrive into Perth Airport (PER), you can catch a public bus into the city centre. From the T1/T2 Precinct, catch bus 380; from T3/T4, take bus 40. Each of these routes offer service to Elizabeth Quay in Perth’s CBD.

Once you have arrived into the city after cheap flights to Perth from Darwin, there is an extensive public transport network available to help you get around. Buses, trains, and ferries operate throughout Perth and its inner suburbs. Take advantage of Perth’s free transit zone to help cut down on transportation costs. This free-travel zone encompasses the CBD, with free bus and train travel on offer. If you are travelling outside of the free transit zone, you can purchase a single-ride ticket, or use a SmartRider card to receive a 20% discount on transport fares. Another method of transport for visitors with flights Darwin to Perth is the ferry network. Ferries are available from Elizabeth Quay and are available to South Perth and Rottnest Island.  

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