Perth PER Airport Terminal Map Overview

Main Terminal / Concourses at Perth PER Airport

The passenger terminal complex at Perth Airport consists of four terminals - International T1, new Domestic T2,  Multi-user Domestic T3), and Qantas Domestic T4.  T1 & T2 (east) are divided by the runways from Terminals T4 & T3 (west), and are about 15 km apart  - served by the Inter-terminal transfer shuttle bus running every 20 mins.
   T1 is on Horrie Miller Drive; 
   T2 is on Sugarbird Lady Rd., accessible from Horrie Miller Dr. via Grogan Rd.
   T3 is on Brerley Av. - passengers can walk between T3 & T4
   T4 is on Brearley Av. - passengers can walk between T4 & T3.

Only International T1 is open 24/7 - Domestic T2, T3 & T4 are only open 4am-12:30am, except Friday and Sunday, when they close at 2:30pm. 
Note that T1, T3 & T4 have ongoing projects - see 'NOTE' details at those terminals.

T1 - International Terminal 1 - serves all international airlines and is for flights originating from, or departing to, outside Australia.  With five airline gates
    The Ground level provides outside for long-term carpark bus shutle, and the terminal transfer bus. 
     T1's Arrivals side houses the Arrivals Hall for incoming passengers with shops & services, offering a Customer service help line, baggage trolleys, Travelex currency exchange, rental car and transport counters, Vodafone & Hub convenience, Mattress Blue Bar & prayer room.
     T1's Departures side houses the check-in hall, with an ATM machine, baggage trolleys and check-in counters. 
    Level 1 has in the center an Information counter.
     The public area offers some shops, services,food & drink and the outbound Immigration. The  Secured area houses the Arrivals Concourse with passenger screening area and outbound immigration and the inbound Australian Customs & Border Protection with access to the Arrivals Hall. 
    Level 2 houses the following airline lounges for Emirates, Qantas, Malysia & Singapore airlines.  It also offers a numer of shops & services and food & drink.
    Level 3 houses an accessible & a regular restroom, and the public observation area.
1. The $80M International Arrivals Expansion at T1
will be completed late 2015- with expanded baggage claim area, and  a Quarantine area double its former size.
2.  The $141M International Departures Expansion & Upgrade Project at T1 should now be completed.  It included an expanded check-in hall with 16 added counteres, refurbished departures are on level 1 with great retail options & expanded duty-free store; reconfigured & expanded security screening area with body scanner; new split-level departures area; and A380-compatible gates.
3. The new domestic 200-meter pier at T1's west end  - still under construction  - is to connect to new T2 via covered walkway or 50-meter link with dual travelators. Upon completion, it will become Virgin Australia's home and will include 14 domestic check-in counters, with self-service baggage drop, a new Virgin Australia Premium lounge, 12 aerobridge gates, and 2 large double-loop baggage belts. 
4.  Between April 2015 & April 2016 significant changes will be made and include completion of some of the Redevelopment Program projects. While a new forecourt / entry plaza will be created, its first phase of completion  will coinside with the opening of the new Pier later in 2015.

T2 - New one-level DomesticTerminal 2
currently serves Alliance Airlines,Tigerair domestic & Virgin Australia regional flights. The new terminal has dropoff and pickup lanes at the front of the terminal (via Sugarbird Lady Drive), 3 baggage claim belts in the Arrivals area, 16 check-in counters, a spacious departures lounge offering food & drink establishments, and 14 airline gates accessible by covered walkways. The terminal offers restaurants and shops, and offers the Alliance airline Lounge.. 

T3- Multi-User Domestic Terminal 3 currently serves JetStar & Virgin Australia's domestic, & Qantas' regional flights.  It has two jetways and seven gates. Recently its departures area was expanded & received a refurbished seating area, restroom upgrades, new ceiling, floors & walls, new aerobridges and new covered walkways to the tarmac.  The check-in hall of T3 connects to the Arrivals hall of T4.
    NOTE:  In view of T3's $30M upgrade & expanson work - Qantas already moved some regional flights from T4 to T3, while Jetsar's domestic flights are now at T3. Phase 1 has been completed; phase 2 involves: security screening area for quick access to level 1 by new escalators; expansion of level 1 floor plate accommodating new departurs & retail area - scheduled for completion in 2015: Upon Virgin Australia's move of their domestic services to Domestic Pier at T1 in 2015, the Qantas Group will use exclusively both T3 & T4.

T4 - Qantas Domestic Terminal 4
currently serves Qantas' all interstate & some regional flights, and houses the Qantas Club. This terminal is an independent terminal, not managed by the Airport Operator. Qantas passengers enjoy faster, smarter check-in with Q Card Readers, baggage drop & free WiFi.  T4 offers a currency exchange, Relay, rental car kiosk, CONNECT shuttle kiosk T4's Arrivals hall connects to T3's check-in hall.
    NOTE: Qantas intends to add seven more retail outlets and refurbish existing ones.   Both T3 & T4 will become exclusive Qantas terminals by 2015.

Airline Lounges:
    International T1:  Emirate Lounge (; Malaysa Lounge (; Qantas Captains Club  (; Singpore Silver Kris Lounge (
    Domestic T3:  Virgin Australia lounge (tel. +61 8 9475 7921 or e-mail; Alliance Airlines & VIP lounges.
    Domestic T4: Qantas Club, level 1& accessed via escalator; tel. +61 8 9270 9402 or email
NOTE:  The new & innovative new Qantas Perth Domestic Business Lounge seats 350 passengers and is open to Business- and Platinum passengers, as well as to Platinum One frequent flyers. The lounge features two new Qantas Business Lounge dining concepts in the form of an Italian pizza bar and wine bar, and  menus designed by renowned Australian chef Neil Perry.

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