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Carry-on and checked baggage is subject to Federal Government and airline restrictions and regulations.
Please see our Security page for information on what you can and cannot take in your carry-on or checked baggage. This includes queries about powder, liquid, aerosol and gel restrictions (including baby milk and food), transiting through other countries with duty free items, prohibited items and dangerous goods, and security screening procedures. Any enquiries should be directed to the Department of Home Affairs.
More on this and other information to make travelling through Perth Airport as easy as possible is available in our Passenger Guide.
People, animals and items travelling into the country are subject to Federal Government requirements.
For information about what items you can and can't bring into Australia, please visit our Biosecurity and quarantine page. Any enquiries should be directed to the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources.Biosecurity and quarantine
To enter or leave Australia, you will be required to clear an Australian Border Force customs point. You must present an incoming or departing passenger card, your passport and any visa documents. More information can be found on our Passport control page.
Enquiries about passport control should be directed to the Australian Border Force.Passport control
A comprehensive list of FAQs on online bookings and general parking at the airport are available in the Parking FAQs section of this website.
Online bookings can be amended or cancelled up to 2 hours prior to commencement of booking. To do this, visit Manage my Booking.
There are two terminal precincts at Perth Airport that are separated by a short, 15-minute drive: the T1/T2 precinct and the T3/T4 precinct.
To transfer between T1/T2 and T3/T4, taxi and rideshare services are available on the respective terminal forecourts. The terminal transfer bus is no longer in service.Transferring terminals
Both our runways are currently operational, however, runway usage is being managed, while tunnelling work for the Forrestfield-Airport Link progresses.
Residents may notice temporary changes to flight paths (either an increase or a decrease), depending on which runway is closed or restricted, however, the total number of flights arriving and departing from Perth Airport has not changed.
You can check out the works schedule here: www.perthairport.com.au/RunwayWorks
All enquiries or complaints regarding aircraft noise or flight paths should therefore be directed to Airservices Australia.
To learn more, visit our Aircraft noise portal.Aircraft noise portal
PO Box 6
Cloverdale WA 6985
2 George Wiencke Drive (Opposite Terminals T3 and T4)
Perth Airport WA 6105