No eating, drinking or smoking is permitted.
GETTING YOUR TRAIN TICKETS:
Transperth bus, train and ferry services require a ticket. Your ticket buys you up to three hours of travel on any combination of Transperth bus, train or ferry services. Transperth has two types of ticketing, SmartRider and cash tickets.
2 Free park ‘n’ ride NDS (National Disability Services) bays
3 Pick up/set down bays
*A release fee will be charged to release your vehicle from a secured area , Call (08) 9326 2081.
Margaret River, WA
107 Pay ‘n’ display bays:
Fenced car park patrolled by attendants between 7.00am and 9.00pm Monday to Friday, excluding Public Holidays. A flat fee of $2.00 applies whether you are parked the whole day or part thereof. A valid parking ticket must be displayed, correct side up, on the vehicles dashboard at all times.
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Other amazing locations in the South-West of Western Australia!
64 Lock ‘n’ ride bays:
Fenced car park locked between 9.00am and 3.30pm Monday to Friday, excluding public holidays. This parking is free of charge.
You can buy a cash ticket from all Transperth bus or ferry drivers or from the coin-operated Ticket-Vending Machines (TVM) at train stations or you can use a SmartRider, DayRider or FamilyRider Pass. SmartRider is Transperth’s electronic ticketing system and it is simple to use. Add value to your card before you travel and tag on and tag off whenever you travel on the Transperth network. The fare value of your journey will be deducted from the stored value on your card. SmartRider cards have an initial purchase fee and can be bought at any Transperth InfoCentre or SmartRider Retail Sales Outlet.
Please view our FAQs for mobility access and wheelchair advice. Depending on operation requirements this cruise may operate on the following vessels: Quokka 2, MV Captain Cook, MV James Stirling, MV River Cat, MV River Lady, MV Lady De Vine and/or MV River Bells.
Mobility Access and Wheelchair Advice
You’ll journey along the river, admiring the waterfront scenery of Perth’s downtown skyline, upscale suburbs and yacht clubs – not to mention the beautiful cliff faces of Black Wall Reach, the famous Point Walter “Spit” (as the locals call it) and Perth’s iconic “Blue Boat House”, the Crawley Edge Boatshed.
Disembark in Fremantle and spend your day freely adventuring around the beautiful historic port city at your own leisure.
Travel from Perth to Fremantle on a relaxing and picturesque Swan River Cruise whilst listening to your Captains’ detailed and entertaining commentary.
Please note: Seating arrangements on the Swan River Scenic Cruises, Fremantle/Perth Explorer, One Way Cruises and Twilight Cruise are all first-in, first-choice basis. There are no reserved seats with these cruising options.
Perth’s public transport system, Transperth, brings our city’s greatest attractions within easy reach, while going easy on your wallet. Before you head out for the day, use the JourneyPlanner feature on the Transperth website or app. JourneyPlanner will provide you with useful details like what service you’ll need to take and how much it will cost. Download Transperth’s Guide to Getting Around Perth for more information, and see some of Transperth’s services below.
Taxi and Rideshare
Taxis are available from both the domestic and international terminals. A taxi trip from the airport terminals to Perth city centre will take 20 to 30 minutes and cost approximately AUD30.00 – AUD40.00. Taxi ranks are located outside both the domestic and international terminals and main providers in Perth are Swan Taxis and Black & White Cabs. Perth Airport has dedicated rideshare pick-up areas to service all terminals. Uber is a ridesharing service available at Perth Airport, offering a range of services. Find out more on the Perth Airport website.
Travel Around Perth
Perth City and Fremantle offer guided hop-on/hop-off bus and tram services with commentary, allowing visitors to embark and disembark and major tourist attractions around the cities. A private ferry service connects Elizabeth Quay in the CDB, to Point Fraser and Claisebrook Cove in East Perth. High-speed ferries travel from Barrack Street Jetty in the CBD to Fremantle, Rottnest Island and the Swan Valley with Captain Cook Cruises, Rottnest Express and SeaLink. A high-speed ferry to Rottnest Island also departs Hillarys Boat Harbour with Rottnest Fast Ferries.