Perth Airport to Scarborough

Perth Airport is the largest airport in Western Australia, and it sits about 10km east of the Perth city centre. It offers everything from local and regional flights, to transnational services. It also offers everything you need in the way of local transport, with plenty of public transport, taxi, and pick up facilities. However, they don’t match the service of a Hughes transfer. If you’re travelling to Scarborough, then a public transport journey will involve a long time spent waiting at bus or train stops while other passengers come and go. A taxi journey could involve a long time spent at the taxi queue, waiting for the line to wane. A Hughes journey will be quite different; you’ll simply step off the plane, collect your luggage in the arrivals hall, and step into your waiting airport transfer.

Scarborough to Perth Airport and back with Hughes

At Hughes, we offer our services at any time of the day and night. We understand that if you’re flying in late at night, or early in the morning, the last thing you want is to be waiting around in confusion. That’s why we’ve put together a quick list of what you can expect.

Pick Up and Other Information

Travel times and journey distance

The journey from Perth Airport to Scarborough covers about 25km, which translates to travel times of roughly 37 minutes on average. But your exact travel times will always vary, thanks to the unique traffic conditions of Perth. As the largest city in Western Australia, Perth has no shortage of commuters hitting the streets during the working week. Add to that the school run, and the Saturday morning soccer run, you can find yourself in the middle of some traffic congestion from time to time. When that happens, the trip takes about 50 minutes. On the flip side, you can enjoy a leisurely journey of only 30 minutes if you manage to land a late night dream run.

Airport navigation in Perth

Perth Airport has four passenger terminals, to cater for domestic, international, and regional flights. There’s a large number of carriers passing through each terminal, too, including Virgin, Qantas, REX, and plenty of transnational carriers. Terminal one is the one to visit for international travellers, and it is well equipped for those in transit with everything from lounges to immigration facilities. Then there are the domestic terminals, which service a wide array of carries and offer nearby parking and drop off facilities for your convenience. If you find yourself with time to kill, all terminals have free Wi-Fi, along with dining and shopping opportunities to enjoy. When you travel with Hughes, though, you won’t need to worry about delays when you land. Simply make your way to the arrivals hall and into you waiting luxury limousine.

Scarborough – what you’ll see

Scarborough takes its name from an English beach resort in North Yorkshire, and when you arrive you’ll quickly see why. Located 14km northwest of the city centre, Scarborough takes in some of Western Australia’s famous Indian Ocean coastline, and it makes the most of it. There are plenty of restaurants, bars, nightclubs, and cafes in the area, which attracts thousands of locals and tourists alike. The area was first developed in the 80s, when there was some anticipation that the Americas Cup would attract a large number of tourists. But when you visit, you’ll come to realise that Scarborough has well and truly become a destination of its own! To see it all in comfort, book with Hughes.

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