Airport Line

The new Airport Line is ready for take-off!

The Airport Line, delivered by METRONET, is Transperth’s newest train line, operating from Claremont to High Wycombe via Perth Station. It provides a fast connection to Perth Airport as well as easy bus and train connection in the CBD. 

Trains will operate every 12 minutes in peak, every 15 minutes during the day and every 30 minutes at night.

Download a copy of the Airport Line Timetable.

Community Open Day Sunday 9 October

On Sunday 9 October, High Wycombe and Redcliffe stations will be transformed into entertainment hubs for the whole family to enjoy. 

Additionally travel will be free for all passengers across the Transperth network on Sunday 9 October.

Visit the METRONET website for more information on the open day.

Enter here for your chance to be on the first train on the new Airport Line.

Three new stations, Countless destinations

With new stations opening at High Wycombe, Airport Central and Redcliffe, the Airport Line not only connects the eastern suburbs and Perth Hills with the wider Transperth network, it also makes it easier and less expensive to get to the airport.

Redcliffe Station (T3, T4)

Just 15 minutes from the CBD, Redcliffe Station includes a bus and train interchange, with a range of bus services including a new route that connects to Terminals 3 and 4 at Perth Airport, a car park with space for 500 vehicles and secure bike parking for over 80 bikes. 

Airport Central Station (T1, T2)

Located at Terminals 1 and 2 at Perth Airport, Airport Central is just 18 minutes from the CBD.

High Wycombe Station

High Wycombe Station is 22 minutes from the CBD and includes a bus and train interchange with eight bus routes connecting to the station, a multi-storey car park with space for 1,200 vehicles and secure parking for over 180 bikes. 

Download the train system map.

Preparing for take-off

Before you sit back, relax and enjoy the journey, there are a few things you’ll need to know, like how to get to the station.

Bus services

Let us do the driving. With the launch of the new line, we’ve introduced a number of new bus services and made changes to existing services. Visit the service changes page to see if your service is changing.

Parking

If you are driving to Redcliffe or High Wycombe stations you can park for just $2 a day, Monday – Friday using our SmartParker system. Your ticket is valid for up to 24 hours and parking is free on weekends and public holidays (although you will still need to tag onto the SmartParker machine). Visit Parking for more information about SmartParker.

Planning your journey

Closer to the opening of the Airport Line you will be able to plan your journey using the JourneyPlanner, or via the Transperth app where you can track Transperth services live. See below for information on travelling to each station, including new bus routes. 

Redcliffe Station (T3, T4)

Redcliffe Station is only 15 minutes to Perth and three minutes to T1 and T2 at Airport Central.

At Redcliffe Station there will be:

  • Easy access to T3 and T4 at Perth Airport via a direct bus from the station
  • 500 car parking bays
  • Secure parking for over 80 bikes
  • Seven new bus routes to the station.

The following bus routes will operate to Redcliffe Station:

  • Route 39 operating between Redcliffe Station and Perth, with services every 10 minutes during peak
  • Route 290 operating between Redcliffe and Midland stations via Guildford, with services every 24 minutes during peak
  • Route 291 operating between Redcliffe and Midland stations via South Guildford, with services every 24 minutes during peak
  • Route 292 is a circular service between Redcliffe Station, Perth Airport T3/T4, with services every 12 minutes during peak
  • Route 293 operating between Redcliffe and High Wycombe stations via Belmont Forum, with services every 24 minutes during peak
  • Route 935 is a high frequency route operating every 5-10 minutes between Redcliffe Station and Kings Park via Perth
  • Route 940 is a high frequency route operating every 5-10 minutes between Redcliffe Station and Perth via Great Eastern Hwy.

Airport Central Station (T1, T2)

Airport Central Station is connected to T1 and T2 at Perth Airport via a Skybridge. The station is only 18 minutes from Perth and three minutes to Redcliffe Station.

The following bus route will operate to T1 and T2 at Perth Airport:

  • Route 37 operates from outside T2 at Perth Airport to Oats Street Station, with services every 24 minutes during peak.

Please note there is no parking at this station.


High Wycombe Station

High Wycombe Station is only 22 minutes to Perth, three minutes to T1 and T2 at Airport Central and six minutes to Redcliffe Station.

At High Wycombe Station there will be:

  • 1,200 car parking bays
  • Two secure bike shelters with parking for over 180 bikes
  • Eight bus routes to the station.

The following bus routes will operate to the station:

  • Route 270 operating between High Wycombe Station and Perth via Forrestfield and Belmont Forum, with services every 12-24 minutes during peak
  • Route 271 operating between High Wycombe Station and Forrestfield, with services every 12 minutes during peak
  • Route 275 operating between High Wycombe Station and Walliston via Kalamunda Bus Station, with services every 12 minutes during peak
  • Route 276 operating between High Wycombe Station and Kalamunda Bus Station via Gooseberry Hill, with services every 12 minutes during peak
  • Route 277 operating between High Wycombe and Midland stations via Midland Rd, with services every 24 minutes during peak
  • Route 278 operating between High Wycombe and Midland stations via Abernethy Rd, with services every 24 minutes during peak
  • Route 280 operating between High Wycombe Station and Westfield Carousel via Forrestfield, Wattle Grove and Cannington Station, with services every 24 minutes during peak
  • Route 293 operating between Redcliffe and High Wycombe stations via Belmont Forum, with services every 24 minutes during peak.

Your ticket to ride

Transperth’s two-zone fare cap means that you’ll never pay more than a two-zone fare no matter how far you travel. So, wherever your journey starts, you can travel all the way to the airport and only pay $5 (even less if using a SmartRider). Speaking of paying, you have options. You can use a SmartRider or buy a cash ticket and both can be used across all Transperth services.

SmartRiders

SmartRider is a reusable smart card which allows easy, hassle-free travel on Transperth services. You can save up to 20% off your fare* and they are available to buy at Transperth InfoCentres and from retail sales outlets across Perth.

Cash Tickets

These can be purchased onboard buses or from ticket machines at train stations and ferry jetties.

*Using the Autoload feature.

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