Hop on a Transperth bus, train or ferry this Easter
Whether you plan to spend the Easter long weekend hunting out chocolate eggs, catching up with family and friends, or soaking up a well-earned break, there’s a Transperth service to get you there and back again.
Transperth spokesman David Hynes said there were lots of public transport options over Easter.
“All you need do is plan ahead,” Mr Hynes said.
“And we can help you do that – visit the Transperth website, download the Transperth App or call the Transperth InfoLine on 13 62 13 and plan your journey.”
Buses, trains and ferries will operate on a standard Sunday/public holiday timetable, though there will be no CATs on Good Friday.
On Saturday and Sunday (April 20 and 21), all trains, buses and ferries will operate on their normal Saturday and Sunday timetables, and on Easter Monday (April 22) they will run on a Sunday/public holiday timetable.
Services will be as follows:
Good Friday, April 19
All buses, trains and ferries run on their public holiday timetable but there will be no CAT services.
Easter Saturday, April 20
All buses, trains and ferries run on a normal Saturday timetable.
Easter Sunday, April 21
All buses, trains and ferries run on a normal Sunday timetable.
Easter Monday, April 22
All buses, trains and ferries, including Perth and Fremantle CATs, run on a public holiday timetable. The Joondalup CAT does not operate.
Transwa will be operating additional services over the Easter long weekend, visit www.transwa.wa.gov.au for details.
For more information, visit www.transperth.wa.gov.au, call the Transperth InfoLine on 13 62 13 or download the Transperth App.