Redspot Car Rentals has manned kiosks in all four of Perth Airport’s main arrival terminals, with vehicles within walking distance from the terminal buildings. We also have a car rental office within the Perth CBD at 99 Adelaide St, which offers pickup and drop off of car rentals to local hotels and businesses within Perth CBD area.
Redspot Car Rentals also offers vehicle relocations between Perth airport and Perth CBD, as well as many other Redspot rental car locations around the country. You can find a Redspot Car Rentals counter at all major airports, including Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne.
|Terminal 1 (T1)||All international services|
|Terminal 2 (T2)||Alliance Airlines|
|Tigerair (interstate services)|
|Virgin Australia ( most regional services)|
|Terminal 3 (T3)||Jetstar (all domestic services)|
|Virgin Australia (interstate and some regional services)|
|Qantas (some regional services)|
|Terminal 4 (T4)||Qantas (all interstate and some regional services)|
|QantasLink domestic services arrive and depart|
If navigating your way around Perth is new to you, you might want to consider including a portable GPS in your car hire reservation. Rent a GPS at Perth Airport or CBD to make your visit even easier.
All of Redspot Car Rental vehicles are well maintained and covered by 24 hour roadside assistance. This means that, even if you do break down, you can call our 24 hour hotline and have someone fix your vehicle on site. If the mechanical fault was not caused by the hirer (e.g. locked keys in car) there will be no cost incurred. Redspot Car Rentals also offers a premium roadside assistance package to cover in those times when accidents occur, such as leaving the lights on.
An after-hours drop box is available at all Redspot Car Rentals counters in all terminals.
Sight Seeing Attractions:
There are so many markets, cafes and wineries in and around Perth that you’ll be hard pressed to fit everything in. The remote beaches are magnificent and the rolling countryside is some of Australia’s best. Take a trip down to Margaret River; home of over 138 wineries. Or take the kids on a trip to the Perth Aquarium or Cottesloe beach. Don’t forget a visit to Rottnest Island, or the many festivals and events that are on throughout the year.
Perth is the capital and largest city of the Australian state of Western Australia. It has an estimated population of 1.74 million. The majority of the metropolitan area of Perth is located on the Swan Coastal Plain, between the Indian Ocean and the coastal Darling escarpment.
Part of the South West Land Division of Western Australia, the majority of the metropolitan area of Perth is located on the Swan Coastal Plain, a narrow strip between the Indian Ocean and the Darling Scarp, a low coastal escarpment.
Perth was originally founded by Captain James Stirling in 1829 but only gained city status in 1856. The city experienced a population boom as a result of the Western Australian gold rushes in the late 19th century. During World War II, Fremantle also served as a base for submarines operating in the Pacific region. As a result of several mining booms in the late 20th and early 21st centuries, Perth is now known as the regional headquarters for a number of mining operations in Western Australia.
Perth became known worldwide as the “City of Light” when residents lit their houses for American astronaut John Glenn who was passing overhead while orbiting the earth in 1962. It is also tied as the eighth most liveable city in the world.
About Perth Airport:
Perth Airport is a domestic and international airport located in its own suburb. The two domestic terminals are about 12 km from the CBD, whilst the international terminal is 5km further afield.
Perth Airport is a privately owned company with more than 75 per cent of shares held for the benefit of Australian superannuants. It is the fourth busiest airport in the country and services a number of destinations including Johannesburg, Auckland, Dubai, China and Qatar.
The airport has seen strong passenger growth in the last few years, primarily due to the state’s prolonged mining boom and an increase in traffic from international low-cost carries.