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The buses are called Cat Buses (Central Area Transport) and offer a regular bus service within the city free of charge. The Cat Buses are silver in color and run around the greater city area every five to ten minutes during weekdays from 6 o clock in the morning to 11:30 at night with reduced services at...
recent from About Perth’s Cat Buses
The buses are called Cat Buses (Central Area Transport) and offer a regular bus service within the city free of charge. The Cat Buses are silver in color and run around the greater city area every five to ten minutes during weekdays from 6 o clock in the morning to 11:30 at night with reduced services at...
recent from About Perth’s Cat Buses
The buses are called Cat Buses (Central Area Transport) and offer a regular bus service within the city free of charge. The Cat Buses are silver in color and run around the greater city area every five to ten minutes during weekdays from 6 o clock in the morning to 11:30 at night with reduced services at...
recent from About Perth’s Cat Buses
The buses are called Cat Buses (Central Area Transport) and offer a regular bus service within the city free of charge. The Cat Buses are silver in color and run around the greater city area every five to ten minutes during weekdays from 6 o clock in the morning to 11:30 at night with reduced services at...

About Perth’s Cat Buses

The buses are called Cat Buses (Central Area Transport) and offer a regular bus service within the city free of charge. The Cat Buses are silver in color and run around the greater city area every five to ten minutes during weekdays from 6 o clock in the morning to 11:30 at night with reduced services at every fifteen to twenty five minutes on weekends. In certain areas in the...

About Perth’s Ferry

The ferry is a short ride across the Swan River. Perth s main ferry terminal is located at Barrack Street Jetty. The Ferry trips in Perth travel between Barrack Street Jetty and Mends Street Jetty in South Perth everyday between 6:50 in the morning to 7:15 at night and ferry to and from Fremantle, Rottnest, and South Perth. The jetty is a short bus ride on a CAT or a...

About Perth’s Accomodation

Perth visitors and tourists have a wide range of accommodation offers to choose from: apartments, hoteles, resorts, hostels, bed & breakfasts, caravan parks, campsites, farm stays, houseboats and backpacker. Backpacker and economical hostel accommodation, International hotel chains, and five stars resorts can all be found in Perth. Apartments with included service are...

ABout Perth’s Car Rentals

Probably the best way to really explore Perth and see some of its best attractions like the coastal region with its beautiful beaches, or the surrounding countryside with its famous wild flowers is to hire your own vehicle. A lot of travelers find it more comfortable to rent a car and drive around Perth themselves and prefer doing so over taking a guided tour. This way, you...

About Perth’s Taxis

There are three large taxi companies in Perth. These are: Independent Taxis, Black and White Taxis and the Swan Taxis. All the taxis operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week and are meter operated by time and distance. You can book a taxi ahead of time by phone or over the Internet. This is recommended in order to avoid delays, especially on weekends. If you like, you can...

Bicycles in the city of Perth

Another great way to go to see Perth would be to buy or hire a bicycle, but this may be difficult to do unless you have a support vehicle (e.g. a campervan or a motor home) where you can carry around your supplies. Compared to most countries, Australia is mostly flat which is a good thing for bicyclists, however for most of the country, due to its vast size and the large...

Trains at Perth’s transportation system

The train system in Perth is quite simple. It is like one big crossroad with the center of the city right at the middle. There are four main train lines One track, which is the one metropolitan train service from Fremantle to Perth, runs southwest of the city at Fremantle to northeast at Midland (this services all towns to the north of the river: Claremont, Shenton Park, etc),...