Welcome to one of the most isolated major cities in the world.
Perth City Depot
110 Francis Street, Northbridge
Perth Phone Numbers
Free Call (within Australia) 1800 808 881
International Call 0061 8 6161 9092
12 km/20 mins from Perth International Airport
1.1 km/5mins from Perth City Centre
How to get to Lucky Rentals from the Airport
Shuttle: An airport shuttle is available via Connect Airport shuttle for $15 AUD per person. This will take 30-40 mins.
Train: This service will be available in 2019/2020.
Taxi: A taxi from both International or Domestic terminals will cost $38-$42 and take around 20-25mins
Bus: TransPerth operates a bus service from Perth T3 and T4 Domestic Terminals. This will cost approx. $10. This will take 40-50mins.
How to get to Lucky Rentals from the City
Train: There is currently no train available.
Taxi: A taxi from the CBD will cost under $10 and take 5mins, it will be cheaper and quicker to walk.
Walk: Lucky Rentals is located in the centre of the backpacker area, Northbridge. It is a 5 min walk from most main backpackers and located only 1.1 km from Perth CBD.
Bus: The bus in Perth can take longer then Walking or Taxi. If you really want to bus contact TransPerth.
Closest Supermarket: IGA Supermarket, 150 Newcastle Street – 2 min drive.
Closest Petrol Station: United Petroleum, 31 Fitzgerald Street – 1 min drive.
Closest Car Wash: Lush Car wash and cafe, 365 Newcastle Street – 3 min drive. Show your Lucky Rentals key tags to get 20% off!!
Closest Campground: Central Caravan Park, 34 Central Ave – 15 min drive.
Closest Backpackers: Backpackers International 110 Aberdeen Street – 2 min walk. Easy Perth Backpackers 46 Francis Street – 3 min walk.
Closest Bank: NAB 129 James Street – 1 min drive.
About Perth / Western Australia
Western Australia occupies around one-third of Australia’s total landmass and is the biggest state. That’s an area of 2.5 million square kilometres or 965,000 square miles. In the north much of the landscape is barren. The Great Sandy Desert fringes the central-west coast. The Nullarbor, a vast dry plain, sweeps across the south and over the border into South Australia. The southwestern corner of the state is a fertile area of forest and vineyards, and is only small in comparison to the size of the rest of Western Australia. Western Australia boasts the largest collection of wildflowers on the planet, some of the whitest beaches in Australia and one of only a few places world-wide where you can swim with the ocean’s largest fish. WA is famous for its long days of sunshine and spotless blue skies.
It’s tropical in the north, where the Dry and Wet seasons replace winter and summer. The Dry lasts from June to August and the Wet from December to February, with monsoonal rain falling from January onwards. The rain can render roads impassable and Port Hedland weathers a serious cyclone at least every two years. In the interior the climate is semi-arid and arid. The southwest of WA is temperate. It’s often above 25°C here while the average temperature along the Kimberley coast is a heavenly 28°C. Up in the Pilbara temperatures can soar to an enthusiasm-depleting 48°C. The temperate south, where Perth sits, has a warm and sunny climate with four distinct seasons.