Perth Airport Viewing Platform
The viewing platform is as close as you will get to watching aircraft arrivals and departures without boarding a plane and allows people the opportunity to view the wide variety of aircraft that land at Perth Airport – from the commonly used Boeing 737 to unique aircraft such as the Antonov 124.
The platform has been designed with a range of unique features such as a shelter in the shape of the body section of a Boeing 747, and a section of paving that is 120 feet in length – the same length as the first ever airborne flight undertaken by the Wright brothers on 17 December 1903. Educational signage is also in place at the platform so that people can learn about the history of aviation and the airport while they watch the aircraft.
Open between 6.30am and 7.00pm (October to March) and 7.30am and 5.30pm (April to September).