Going To Western Australia
The city of Perth is the hub of the state of Western Australia, with all forms of transport radiating out from it.
Western Australia is linked to the eastern states by rail via the Indian Pacific, which departs from Perth and stops at Kalgoorlie before proceeding on to Adelaide and then Sydney. Between April and August and During the month of December, the service operates once a week in both directions. Between September and the beginning of December, and January to March, two services a week operate in both directions. The Indian Pacific's terminus is at East Perth.
Public Transport: Rail
TransWA operates a number of regional rail series: The AvonLink and MerredinLink provides a rail passenger service between Perth and town in the Eastern Wheatbelt.
The Australind provides two train services each way each day, including Sundays, between Bunbury and Perth
The Prospector provides daily rail services between Perth and Kalgoorlie.
Perth - Kalgoorlie: 6 hours 35 minutes (via The Prospector)
Perth - Bunbury: 2 hours 30 minutes (via The Australind)
Perth - Adelaide: 1 day 19 hours (via Indian Pacific)
Perth - Sydney: 2 days 20 hours 10 minutes (via Indian Pacific)
Public Transport: Coach
Numerous operators provide coach services between Perth and Darwin via Geraldton, Carnarvon, Exmouth, Dampier, Broome and Kununurra. TransWA provides coach services to a large number of localities with the southern section of Western Australia. Many of these services link with trains.