We are glad to welcome you all for our 9th Eduniversal World Convention, to take place in Perth, Australia. To make your travel experience more pleasant, please make yourself familiar with the information below:Transportation
Perth is easily accessible by air from around Australia, overseas and from many locations within the State. Perth’s domestic and international terminals are located only 20 minutes from the heart of Perth city.
Airport Bus Service
The buses meet every arrival within 45 minutes of customs clearance.
The Perth Airport Connect offers shuttle services from the Perth Airport T1, T2, T3 and T4 terminals to Perth City. These services depart a regular times daily and start from $30. Please visit the website for the schedule and prices.
Taxis are available from both the domestic and international terminals. A taxi trip from the airport terminals to Perth city centre will take 20 to 30 minutes. The journey will cost approximately AUD 30 – AUD 40. Taxi ranks are located outside both the domestic and international terminals.
Free CAT Bus
Within the city centre, you can enjoy free and easy transport. The modern CAT buses run on four routes providing free transport around the city. The CAT bus stops are easily recognisable and provide real time passenger information.
Cycling and walking
Perth has a comprehensive network of cycle and dual-use paths in the central city and beyond. One of the most popular routes for leisure cyclists and walkers is a circuit around the Swan River at the doorstep of the city. Riverside routes are clearly signposted and detailed cycle maps can be obtained from most metropolitan bicycle retailers. There is also pathway popular for recreation lining much of the coast.
Train and bus
There are five train lines which service the Perth metropolitan area departing from Perth CDB – Armadale, Fremantle, Midland, Joondalup and Mandurah. Many train stations along these lines provide connecting bus services. Train and bus service details, as well as a comprehensive journey planner, can be obtained on the Transperth website or by calling 13 62 13.
Ferry services traverse some sections of the Swan River - across to South Perth and down stream to Fremantle. Regular high-speed ferries travel from Perth (Barrack Street Jetty) Fremantle and Hillarys to Rottnest Island. Timetables and information for trains, buses and ferries are available from Transperth on 136213 or (08) 9428 1900 for Interstate and International callers.
When bringing your appliances to Australia, you may need these 2 devices:
Mains voltage in Australia is 230V 50Hz. Travellers from most nations in Asia, Africa and Europe should have appliances that work on the same mains voltage as Australia - therefore you will not need a voltage converter. Notable exceptions to this are Japan, USA and Canada which uses 100/120V 50/60Hz.
If your country does not use appliances within the 230V 50Hz mains voltage range, you will need to purchase a voltage converter.
If your country does use the same mains voltage as Australia all you need is a power adapter. This enables you to plug your appliance into the sockets in Australia. Simply put, you plug your appliance into the power adapter and then plug the power adapter into the wall socket in Australia.
The plugs in Australia have two flat metal pins shaped live a "V" and some may contain a third flat pin in the centre.
Customs and quarantine
You are not allowed to bring drugs, steroids, weapons, firearms and protected wildlife into Australia. Some items as fresh fruits, eggs, meat, plants, seeds, skins and feathers are also prohibited. There is no limit on currency. Fore more information please visit:
You can bring medicine to Australia if its for personal use. Please make sure to declare them on your arrival and be ready to be subjected to controls. It is recommended to bring a prescription or letter from your doctor outlining your medical condition and the medicine you are carrying. More information on: https://www.humanservices.gov.au/customer/services/medicare/medicare-card?utm_id=9
No vaccinations are required, unless you have come from, or have visited a yellow fever infected country within six days of your arrival. More information: http://www.health.gov.au/internet/main/Publishing.nsf/Content/health-pubhlth-strateg-communic-factsheets-yellow.htm
Between December and February is summer for most of the country, and the wet season in the tropical north. It's important to protect yourself from the Australian sun with a hat and SPF30+ sunscreen.