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Welcome Service

Making you feel welcome from the moment you step off the plane.

At StudyPerth, we understand that moving to a new city can be a stressful process.

Which is why we have a friendly team of Airport Greeters specifically for international students. They'll be there to welcome and assist you as soon as you step off the plane in Perth. You'll find them on the right-hand side after you exit the arrival doors following customs.

These Greeters will offer resources to help you settle into your new home and connect you with support services. Our service is available before the start of each semester, with the next round starting in late January 2024, aligning with the start of Semester 1. We look forward to assisting you then!

In the meantime, follow us on social media and subscribe to our newsletter for the most up-to-date information.

Pre-Departure Checklist

Unsure about what to bring?

We've compiled a handy Pre-departure Checklist for you to use to help make your travels even smoother.

Download checklist

Airport transport

Getting to and from the airport has never been easier, thanks to Perth’s newest train line. Providing a fast connection from Perth Airport, you’ll be in the Perth CBD in only 18 minutes!

Unlike many other cities around the world, there is no airport surcharge for this service. Fares are capped at just $5. 

Trains operate every 12 minutes in peak time, every 15 minutes during the day and every 30 minutes at night. Download a copy of the Airport Line Timetable.

Certain education providers also provide an airport pickup service. Be sure to check with your education provider ahead of time to see if they offer this service.

If you prefer to take a taxi or use a rideshare service, those are additional options available to you.

Student testimonial

“I am glad to have received such a warm welcome from StudyPerth when I moved to a new country! It’s much more comfortable and easygoing to see people from the same culture; I believe this is how Western Australia showcases its multiculturalism.”

– Naireeka, India (arrived in 2022)