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How To Reach Perth
With the breathtaking view of coastline as a backdrop, Perth is a gracious combination of old world charm and modern luxuries. It's a capital city of Western Australia with 8.8 hours of sunshine every day. Perth is a renowned beach and wildlife destination with over 5 beaches and 12000 flora and fauna species to discover. Not only that, this destination offers you rich culture, delectable food and friendly locale. Reaching Perth from India is pretty simple and straight-forward. Being a city surrounded by water, you have to explore airways or waterways to reach here. The best way to reach Perth is via airways, and India offers various indirect flights to Perth from Mumbai, New Delhi and other major cities.
Perth airport is one of the busiest airport of Australia, but there are no direct flights that connect India and Perth. However you can fly in through connecting flights via Singapore or Bangkok or Kaula Lumpur. These connecting flights take longer, starting from 11 hours to 24 hours maximum. International airlines like Singapore Airlines, Bangkok Airways, Malindo Air, Malaysia Airlines and more connect Perth to Indian cities. And flying is the fastest mode of transport you can take for Perth.
There are no direct cruise trips from India to Perth, WA. Travellers can still explore waterways through other international ports but it is not practical unless you want to spend days relaxing and unwinding yourself in water. Another better option for water travel is that you take a flight to major cities of Australia, and then take a ferry to Fremantle, Perth.
While you can't reach Perth directly via road from India, you can take a flight to a major Australian city and drive your way to Perth from there. Perth is well connected with major Australian cities. So you can hire a cab from Sydney to Perth or from Melbourne to Perth. This travel route can be pretty scenic yet tiring due to long journey. Car rental is another option for you that takes you through a long and adventurous journey.
Fortunately, there's an option to explore railway journey from Indian Pacific ocean where trans-continental railway runs; taking an adventure ride of 4352 km one-way long journey. This railway runs from Perth to Sydney and vice versa and is for four days and three nights. To take this travel route, you first have to book a flight from any major city of India to Sydney, Australia. The fares of this train journey is based on the season you're visiting. If it's an off season, the fare shall be quite low, but if it's the main season then the fare shall be high.