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:
   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.
The Inter-terminal transfer shuttle bus service is available every 20 mins between T1 & T2 and T3/T4.
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.  Its levels are divided by Arrivals (at right) and Departures (at left):
    The Ground level provides outside for long-term carpark bus shutle, and the terminal transfer bus. 
     (a) The Arrivals side houses the Arrivals Hall for incoming passengers, offering a Customer service help line, baggage trolleys, Travelex curency exchange, rental car counters, Vodafone & Hub convenience, Mattress Blue Bar & prayer room.
     (b) The 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.
     (a) The Arrivals side houses the Arrivals Concourse, passenger screening area, tax & duty-free, Australian Customs & Boder Protection, and an ATM machine, internet kiosk, tax & duty free, Travelex currency exchange, Newslink, & a few food & drink establishments.
     (b) The Departures side houses tax & duty free, Australian Way, Travelex currency exchange, NewsLink, a food court, airline lounges (Malaysia & Singpore lounges at right; Emirates & Qantas lounges at left), and access to the Departures Concourse with gates 1 - 5.
    Level 3 houses an accessible & a regular restroom, and the public observation area.

1. The $80M International Arrivals Expansion at T1
will be completed by year-end - with expanded baggage claim area, and  a Quarantine area double its former size.
2.  The $141M International Departures Expansion & Upgrade Project at T1 is winding down, with the last project to be completed in 2015. It includes 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 (scheduled for completion 2015) - is then to be connected 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 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. 

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

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