Perth Airport’s focus is not only on improving infrastructure, but providing a pleasant experience for passengers and visitors to the airport. Through our public art program, we have unveiled a number of art installations that reflect Western Australia’s unique and diverse culture, natural beauty and environmental features, as well as recognise the airport’s strong Indigenous heritage.
From stunning suspended sculptures and colourful urban art to beautifully hand crafted timber benches and intriguing light installations, the artworks are transforming Perth Airport.
The antidote to jet-lag
Discover Perth-based artist, Penny Coss' glazed wall installation when you next arrive from overseas.
A moment before saying goodbye
Relax on Nick Statham's hand crafted wooden benches in the T1 International departure area.
A sense of arrival
Perth designer Penny Forlano's installation - From The Skies - covers an entire wall of the T1 International arrivals hall.
Heat and colour-lust
The co-generation plant at T1/T2 is a canvas for Kyle Hughes-Odgers' urban art installation.
Somewhere over the rainbow
International passengers will pass under Sydney artist Nike Savvas' In Rainbows installation when they arrive.
A warm welcome to Western Australia
You can't miss the stunning suspended sculpture - Substratum - when travelling through T1 Domestic.