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London Heathrow to
Perth
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£509
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£2,399
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£4,825
London Gatwick to
Perth
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£535
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£3,882
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£4,859
Manchester to
Perth
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£852
BUSINESS FROM
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£2,399
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£6,834
Birmingham to
Perth
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£940
BUSINESS FROM
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£2,399
Edinburgh to
Perth
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£969
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£2,399
Newcastle to
Perth
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£976
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£2,364
Glasgow to
Perth
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£993
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£4,029
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£5,023

Choose from our range of Perth holiday packages below that each include your flights, accommodation, and often added extras such as tours or free upgrades. Can't find the package you're looking for? Contact one of our friendly consultants on 0800 082 3401 today and don't forget to ask about customising a holiday to suit your needs.

Airlines that fly to Perth

Perth Airport

Perth Airport (PER) is the fourth busiest airport in Australia and the main gateway for travel to Western Australia. particularly for flights from South Africa or the Middle East. The airport is located around 11 miles from the city.

Useful Information

Flights from London to Perth take approximately 18 hours and usually include a stopover in Asia or the Middle East.

British passport holders will need a visa in order to enter Australia. There are two kinds of visas available: an eVisitor visa, for which there is no charge, and an Electronic Travel Authority (ETA) from your travel agent or airline, for which there’s a service fee of A$20. eVisitor visas are available from the Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection or from the Australian High Commission in London. For travel on non-British passports or for more information, please ask your consultant.

Perth’s other focal point is the wide, sweeping Swan River, the city standing proudly on its banks. The Swan gives Perth its vibrancy, with buzzing riverside bars, cafés and restaurants. Ferries, yachts and cruisers constantly keep Perth moving.

Perth: Queens ParkQueens Park

Don't miss out on a trip to Fremantle, half an hour's drive south west from Perth. As a port city servicing Perth, Fremantle is home to several maritime-themed attractions including the Western Australian Maritime Museum and the most significant maritime archaeology museum in the southern hemisphere, the Shipwreck Galleries. Also check out Western Australia's only World Heritage Listed site, Fremantle Prison, and do a tour of the Little Creatures brewery followed by a few beers at its popular bar.

Perth: SkylineView of the City from Kings Park

If you plan on exploring outside of Perth, keep in mind that Western Australia is Australia's largest state, measuring nearly one million square miles in size. It’s unlikely that you’ll be able to cover all it has to offer in one trip although some popular things to do in Western Australia include camel riding on the beach in Broome, exploring the Outback in a 4x4, scuba diving or snorkelling on the Ningaloo Reef and diving into waterfall pools at Karijini National Park. For more Australian travel ideas, talk to a Flight Centre Travel Expert today. 

For more tips on what to see and do in Perth, see our Perth travel guide

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