The Australia’s South West region is located in the south west corner of Western Australia. This easily accessible region begins just two hours drive south of Perth, and is relatively compact with short scenic drives between towns. It is easy to navigate to by car and can also be accessed by public rail, coach transport, flights (from Perth to Albany and Busselton) and a variety of day and extended tours from Perth. You can even cruise here!
There are regular scheduled flights to Perth from all Australian capital cities, along with connections to Perth from most overseas countries via major hubs including Singapore, Dubai, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Bangkok and
Auckland.The following international airlines fly to Perth Western Australia:
Travelling to Western Australia from within Australia is easy. There are regular flights to Perth from all major Australian cities and from many regional locations within the State. From Australia's east coast capitals, Perth is approximately four hours by air. Western Australia's capital, Perth is easily accessible by air from around Australia and from many locations within the State. Flights also operate to the popular town of Broome in Australia's North West from Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, and Sydney. Domestic airlines operating services to Western Australia:
Take the Train to WA
One of the most exciting ways to get to Western Australia is by rail. Perth is the western terminus for the legendary Indian Pacific rail service operated by Great Southern Rail, which spans the entire continent from sea to sea.The three day trip is one of the world's great train journeys, and visitors can board the train in Sydney, Melbourne or Adelaide and travel across the country.
Drive to WA
Connecting WA to the rest of Australia, the Eyre Highway is one of Australia's great road trips. The highway extends from Port Augusta in South Australia across the Nullarbor Plain to Norseman and then down to Esperance. Follow the highway along the coast to Albany and you're in Australia's South West!