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Families using Transperth

To help Perth families get around, Transperth has undertaken a number of initiatives to make travelling on Transperth safe, cost effective and appealing.

Family tickets

One of the ways we encourage families to use Transperth is with a specially priced FamilyRider ticket. This ticket allows unlimited system-wide travel for a group of up to seven people (two of whom can be standard fare passengers) on weekends and public holidays.

FamilyRider can also be used after 6.00pm Monday to Thursday, after 3.00pm Fridays and after 9.00am on weekdays during school holidays.

FamilyRider is available after 8.30am in zones 5 to 9 during school holidays. FamilyRider is only available as a cash ticket on the day of travel.

Kids under 5 travel for free!

Children under the age of five travel for free and must be accompanied by someone aged 15 years or older.

Children between the ages of five and 15 qualify for a concession fare.

Please click here for all Transperth fare information.

  An image of woman with a pram tagging on at Perth Station

Prams can be easily accommodated on all Transperth trains, ferries, CAT buses and our new green and silver Mercedes fleet.

All of Transperth's new bus fleet are fully accessible with extendable ramps and a kneeling action to make boarding easy. Each bus has dedicated pram and wheelchair areas.

To find out which routes are serviced by dedicated accessible buses, please refer to the accessibility brochure, the accessible bus facilities page or contact the Transperth InfoLine on 13 62 13 (TTY: 9428 1999,TIS: 13 14 50). Click here for the Transperth InfoLine operating hours.

 

Please note that our older buses do not have special access for prams. Prams must be folded and carried on to these buses, especially at peak times when the buses are heavily congested. Please note aisleways and doors must be kept clear at all times.

 

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