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Tourist Information

The Perth City Visitor Kiosk is a free information service located in the heart of the Perth shopping precinct in the Murray Street Mall, Forrest Chase intersection.

Friendly bilingual volunteers are on hand to assist visitors with all the latest information on City events, activities and attractions.

Visit the City Ambassador volunteer team for directions, free maps, What’s On guides and self-guided tour brochures.

Information Kiosk Location

Forrest Place, Murray Street Mall, Perth WA 6000

Operating Hours

Opening from 9:00am to 4:30pm Monday to Saturday and 11am to 2.30pm on Sundays, volunteers at iCity Kiosk are ready to help tourists and the Western Australian public find their way around Perth city.

Please refer to City of Perth Covid-19 Updates for more information. 

Discover Perth through a FREE Guided City Tour!

Knowledgeable volunteer Tour Guides offer free 90-minute orientation, history and art tours from the Perth City Visitor Kiosk.

To register for a group tour of 10 -15 people email or phone 9461 3333. Two weeks’ notice is requested for group bookings and tours are subject to volunteer availability.  

Please note that our qualified iCity volunteer tour guides are not available on public holidays and tours may be cancelled due to unfavourable weather conditions, low numbers or subject to volunteer availability.

Find out about the City's walking tours here.

iCity Kiosk frequently asked questions

  • Perth CAT Buses
    There are five CAT (Central Area Transit) free bus routes operating in and around the city. For more information on Perth CAT bus routes and timings download the timetable.
  • Where are the train stations?
    Perth Central Train Station – 100m to the right with the lines for Fremantle, Midland, High Wycombe (Airport Line), Armadale and Thornlie (Crown Casino accessible via Thornlie line).

    Perth Underground - 100m behind the iCity Kiosk with lines for Joondalup and Mandurah.
  • How do I get to Kings Park from the iCity Kiosk?
    Catch Bus 935 from the south side of St Georges Terrace, where it intersects with Sherwood Court.

    You can learn about Kings Park here.
  • How do I get to the Airport?

    Perth Airport to Perth's CBD and beyond by regular public bus and train services.

    To and from T1/T2 precinct

    Airport Central Train Station on the Airport Line is just 18 minutes from the CBD. When arriving at the station, follow signs along the Skybridge to access either Terminal 2 or Terminal 1 Domestic and International.

    Bus 935 goes to Redcliffe Station and Bus 292 goes to domestic airport from Redcliffe Station.

    To and from T3/T4 precinct

    Redcliffe Train Station on the Airport Line is only 15 minutes to Perth and three minutes to T1 and and T2 at Airport Central.

    Redcliffe Train Station is not connected to Terminals 3 and 4. Passengers should take Bus Route 292 - a circular service between Redcliffe Station and Terminals 3 and 4, with services every 12 minutes during peak - to reach the terminals.

    Bus Route 940 operates 7 days a week between Elizabeth Quay Bus Station to Redcliffe Train Station.

    Purchase your SmartRider travel card

    Transperth SmartRider travel cards can be purchased at Smart Carte on the ground floor of Terminal 1 International.

    These reusable cards are the cheapest and most convenient way to travel with Transperth, giving you a 10% discount off the cash fare.