Barrack St Ferries
Perth is located on the Australia's west coast and it's the capital of the Western Australia state. It was founded by Captain James Stirling in 1829 to be the administrative centre of the Swan River Colony. Rottnest Express offers a convenient ferry service from Rottness Island to the terminal in Perth. Below, you can find all the Perth ferry timetables, journey times as well as our best prices.
Barrack St Routes
Rottnest Island to Barrack St / Barrack St to Rottnest Island
- 6 crossings weekly
- 1 hr 30 min
- Get price
Ferries to and from Perth
Rottnest Express offers a convenient ferry service from the port of Perth to Rottnest Island on the Australia's west coast. For this service, the Perth terminal is located on the historic city of Perth. You can book tickets to and from Perth port right here on AFerry.
Rottnest Express Ferries is one of the Australia's favourite passenger ferry. All their ferries will make your journey enjoyable with unforgettable views.
The Perth Terminal is located on Pier 2, Barrack Street Jetty, Perth.
Perth port facilities
The Perth terminal, located at the end of Barrack St., is a little harbour surrounded by the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre, a few coffee shops and a shopping centre. For the Rottnest Express passengers departing from the terminal in Barrack Street there is a free hotel pickup service available.
Getting to Perth port
By public transport
The Esplanade train Staton and the Esplanade Busport are quite close to the ferry terminal, nearby the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre. Taxi service is also available.
There are a few parkings on the area, including a City of Perth Parking within a few minutes walking to the ferry terminal.
Book your ferry to Perth from Rottnest Island today simply and securely with AFerry.
Perth is the capital of Western Australia and is situated where the Swan River joins the Indian Ocean on Australia's south-west coast. Soft-sand beaches and scenic parks meet a thriving city of lively bars, restaurants, theatres and art galleries. From here you can take the ferry to see the Quokka on nearby Rottnest Island, go for a swim in the crystal waters of the Indian Ocean at Cottesloe Beach, or head to the magestic Kings Park to walk over the suspended treetop bridge and visit the massive boab tree.
Barrack St Map
Rottnest Express Ferries
2 Barrack Street, Perth WA 6000, Australia