Direct flights to Perth
Perth contains all the essential ingredients for a great holiday – learn more about the destination and find all direct flights to Perth in our guide.
Perth International is a medium sized and largest airport in Western Australia, Australia. In total there are 40 airports with direct flights to Perth from 14 different countries and 8 U.S. states. The airport is a hub (Secondary hub.) for Qantas. You can easily reach Perth with daily non-stop flights from 10 other major hubs like Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane (Qantas).
Non-stop routes to PER:
Perth is the largest city in Western Australia and boasts a beautiful location on the banks of the Swan River. A bustling metropolis, the city of Perth offers something to suit all visitors whether you are there on business, holiday or backpacking around Australia.
In Perth you find some of the country's best beaches, plenty of nightlife, bustling markets, inner city parks, outdoor dining and amazing marine life. Western Australia's capital city enjoys a beautiful waterside location on the meandering Swan River.
Looking for a direct flight to Perth?
The most convenient way of flying is to choose a non-stop connection. If your destination is Perth this is a possibility from about 40 airports, both domestic and international ones. In the following list you find some of the airports in Australia and outside of the country’s borders that have the most frequent direct connections to Perth. By following the links you can see all flight options from each airport.
Domestic flights to Perth
- Direct flights from Melbourne (MEL) to Perth (PER)
- Direct flights from Sydney (SYD) to Perth (PER)
- Direct flights from Brisbane (BNE) to Perth (PER)
- Direct flights from Adelaide (ADL) to Perth (PER)
- Direct flights from Albany (ALH) to Perth (PER)
International direct routes to Perth
- Direct flights from Denpasar (DPS) to Perth (PER)
- Direct flights from Kuala Lumpur (KUL) to Perth (PER)
- Direct flights from Doha (DOH) to Perth (PER)
- Direct flights from Dubai (DXB) to Perth (PER)
- Direct flights from London (LHR) to Perth (PER)
What Perth has to offer
Much of Perth’s history is steeped in Aboriginal folklore; the Swan River is said to have been created by a mythical snake as it made its way inland forming the bends and then the winter rains filled the channels to make the river what it is today.
Perth city center is full of shopping centers as well as smaller boutiques, great restaurants and plenty of activities which mainly revolve around the picturesque river. Take the opportunity to cruise along the river during the day and in the evenings when some river cruises offer dinner and entertainment. Kings Park and the Botanic Garden are wonderful places to have a picnic while you absorb the fabulous panoramic views of the river and the city.
We advise you to venture out of the city too; visit the many beaches of the Sunset Coast as well as Sunset Hinterland where you can get up close and personal with the Western Australian bush, Wave Rock, wine tasting in the Margaret River wine region and of course the famous Fremantle dolphins.
Many of Perth’s restaurants take advantage of the scenic backdrop and often have beautiful river and city views such as Halo Café, Bluewater Grill and the incredible revolving C Restaurant at the top of St Martin’s Tower. For fish lovers head to Fremantle where the fish is straight out of the ocean and there is an abundance of restaurants with fantastic seafood menus, our favourite being the Fishing Boat Harbour.
In and around the city centre there are a variety of different cuisines to choose from including Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Indian, Greek as well as local and continental specialities. After dinner head to the many bars and pubs, Northbridge is a favourite hangout for the young and trendy and there are two venues which play live music Brass Monkey and The Bird on William Street.
How to find a cheap flight to Perth
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From summer to winter – Perth climate
Perth receives moderate though highly seasonal rainfall, making it the fourth wettest Australian capital city after Darwin, Sydney and Brisbane. Summers are generally hot and dry, lasting from December to late March, with February generally being the hottest month of the year, while winters are relatively cool and wet, making Perth a classic example of a Mediterranean climate.
Summer is not completely devoid of rain with sporadic rainfall in the form of short-lived thunderstorms, weak cold fronts and on very rare occasions decaying tropical cyclones from Western Australia's north-west which can bring significant falls.