Information on Airports in Australia
Australia is divided into several large inhabited areas centred on big cities, with large areas of hinterland in between. Most regions have their own international airport and because of the size of Australia some internal flights are of a length with international ones. A good example of this is Perth, the world’s most isolated major city. Perth’s airport is the major gateway to the region of Western Australia as well as the major route into Perth. It’s accessed from Perth by the number 37 bus or by the Perth Airport Connect Shuttle runs every 30-45 minutes and there’s a Fremantle Shuttle Service running to the Fremantle suburb of Perth. Taxi ranks are situated outside the domestic and international terminals and the fare to the city centre is around A$40.
There are several Bureaux de Change, some of which offer travel insurance, and ATMs in the terminal buildings. Baby changing facilities are also available, and the airport is fully accessible to disabled passengers.
Adelaide Airport is served by the Skylink Shuttle Bus, which operates every 30 minutes from the terminal during flight operation hours, and the Adelaide Airport Flyer which runs a door-to-door mini service to and from other parts of the surrounding area. There are also metered taxis at the airport, and journey time into Adelaide is about 15 minutes.
The terminal has several Bureaux de Change, ATMs and public phones, as well as a chemist’s, newsagents and clothing and gift shops in Terminal 1. A children’s playroom and a prayer room are located on the departures level, and the airport is fiully accessible for disabled passengers.
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