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One of the best ways to get to know a city is through their public transport system. Upon arriving at Perth Airport, catch Bus from Terminal 1 to the city centre. You can pay for the fare by cash or just use a Transperth SmartRider Card. Other concession fares are also available, but they only apply to children, seniors, pensioners etc. There are racks for you to store your luggage on the bus too!
Bus terminates at Elizabeth Quay Bus Station, which is the city centre. If you prefer to take buses, you can head to Perth Busport instead. Oh, there are timing restrictions to use the DayRider Pass too. So for the sake of convenience, I chose to stick to my SmartRider Card. It makes absolute sense for me to just rely on the SmartRider Card. Transperth has a useful tool on their website called the Journey Planner. You can input your destination and time, and it will show you the best way to reach your destination with their services.
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A Transperth fare zone is an area that is used by Transperth to determine fares. The fare zones are determined by their distance from Perth City. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Patrons holding a SmartRider card may also travel on trains free of charge within this zone. Retrieved 4 September
Perth Airport to City: Transperth Public Transport Guide
Live Support. Our fare system uses a combination of zones and time limits. Usually, one fare lets you travel anywhere within a certain distance of your starting point until the time limit expires, on any combination of bus, train or ferry services. Zones are circular bands, each between eight and 10 kilometres wide, with Perth city in the centre.
Transperth Zone Map