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Travel to Western Australia

International Student Travel Portal

Travel to Western Australia

International Student Travel Portal

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Plan your travel to Perth

One of the safest places in the world to visit and study in, Western Australia offers quality institutions and programs, a great lifestyle and a wealth of employment opportunities.

Access tailored advice, affordable flights and travel packages through the Western Australian Government’s International Student Travel Portal.

Are you an education agent? Find out how we can support you.

Access tailored advice, affordable flights and travel packages through the Western Australian Government’s International Student Travel Portal.

Are you an education agent? Find out how we can support you.

Book and prepare 

To make your booking process as smooth as possible, make sure to check your entry requirements to Australia and have the following items ready:

  • Passport details including your passport number
  • Student visa details including your Visa Grant Number (VGN)
  • Student Number (given to you by your education provider)
  • A payment method to purchase your flights (accepted methods include all international credit cards and debit cards)
  • You will also need to send a copy of your passport and visa to in order to confirm your booking
  • Note: It is your responsibility to check all your entry and visa requirements before travelling to Western Australia

Book your international flights

We are the official travel partner for Western Australian international students

Booking a ticket to Perth? Select from hundreds of flights with Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines and more.
Booking online is easy with guaranteed best daily rates, plus access Student Fares available with Qatar Airways Student Club’s free membership!


Current airlines offers available to students on this portal


Enjoy discounted Student Fares with Singapore Airlines, plus one free date change on your first booking and free in-flight Wi-Fi for KrisFlyer members. Become a Krisflyer member today.


Student Accommodation

Perth has many options available to suit your needs from on-campus accommodation to homestays and renting a room. Visit the StudyPerth website to discover your options.


You will find more personalised travel packages and information on your preferred university. Just click on the logo of your university.



If you are after short term accommodation, you can select from dozen of hotels in Perth and book online your temporary stay here. Once you have been accepted into one of WA university, you can start looking for a long term accommodation. We invite you to check what your university is offering for students accommodation.

You have so much to discover in Western Australia

Perth is one of the world’s most liveable cities, and it’s not hard to see why!

Frequently Asked Questions

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To view our frequently asked questions (FAQs) on travelling to Western Australia, please visit StudyPerth’s website.

Travel / Booking / Flights
  1. Who do I contact if I need help registering?

If you need help securing your flight through our portal, please contact the TASA Travel Team on the following details:

Phone: +61 8 9381 9555

Travel and Sports Australia (TASA) is the official travel partner for Western Australian international students.


  1. What about travel insurance?

We strongly recommend that you take out travel insurance prior to departure.


  1. I have booked my ticket, can I travel now?

No. Having your flight ticket is not enough to board your flight. It is YOUR responsibility to ensure that you have the required documents, including visas, valid passport with a minimum of 6 months validity before travelling. Please refer to your airlines policy.


  1. ACTION REQUIRED: Send us your passport and visa

Once you have made your booking, please email through a copy of your passport and your visa to


  1. ACTION REQUIRED: It is your responsibility to check your visa, passport and entry requirements

It is your responsibility to ensure that you and your travelling party have a machine-readable passport, and appropriate visas and documents as mentioned above, in relation to the passport they hold for the entire duration of their trip and that requirements of immigration and other government authorities are met. Any fines, penalties or expenses that are derived from not meeting these requirements with be your responsibility (except to the extent caused by error/fault on our behalf). We are happy to offer guidance for this upon request, service fees will apply.

TASA will continue to do everything in their power to assist clients with their travel requirements in a safe and sensible manner, however it is up to the traveller to also monitor the ever changing and evolving requirements and restrictions for travel. Any cancellation fees or change fees that happen due to COVID will be at the expense of the traveller.


  1. Can I book an independent flight before arriving in Singapore?

Singapore-Perth flights are only valid for this sector. You are not permitted to purchase the Singapore Perth flight and then purchase a flight ex another country to connect with the Singapore Perth. All flights ex country of origin must be on one ticket.

Transfers to and from flights operated by other airlines that have not been approved by CAAS are currently not allowed. Please ensure your full journey, including your transit flight to Singapore, is booked on a single itinerary.


  1. Do I need to check airline policy?

Yes, you need to check requirements as they are different for each carrier and change frequently. Please ensure you have checked these requirements for your travel arrangements. The airline has the right to refuse boarding to passengers who do not check-in within the required check-in period. We do not hold any liability for failure to board your aircraft.


  1. Do I need to wear a face mask while travelling?

In addition to the destination requirements, you should familiarise yourself with airline requirements and passenger safety. Make sure you are aware of any government/ country requirements that apply at your destination in relation to face masks, COVID-19 testing and safety requirements


  1. Do I need a Covid test prior to departure?

Please discuss testing requirements with your TASA travel agent or seek further advice from your airline.


  1. Frequent Flyers and special requests

For more information on whether your airfare is eligible for Frequent Flyer rewards, please contact the airline directly. When booking online, please ensure that you have entered your correct number. For bookings made by telephone via our Customer Service Team, please advise of your Frequent Flyer details and these will be added to your reservation. We do not take any responsibility should an airline not register your trip. You should retain copies of your air ticket and boarding pass.


  1. What if I need to change my ticket?

If you need to make changed to your ticket, please email or call (+61)8 9381 9555.


  1. Do flights costs include a return ticket?

No. Flight costs are for one-way travel from the specific departure point to Perth, Australia only. Unless you have manually selected return flight option.


  1. Can I travel on the same flight as my friend?

Yes, this is possible if your friend book the same Group Flight as you if they are a student.


  1. Can I request a specific seat?

Seat requests can be made at the airport when you check in for your flight.


  1. Who do I call if I need help?

If you have an emergency, please contact the TASA Travel Team on +61 8 9381 9555.


  1. Can I bring a family member/partner with me?

Family members/partners can travel to Australia if organised separately.  Our flights have been arranged for students only. Please note, it is the responsibility of the traveller to ensure they have correct visa and entry requirements to Australia.


  1. What happens if I miss my flight?

If you have a booking for flights but you do not show up to check-in or otherwise do not avail yourself, you will not be entitled to any refund from us.


  1. What happens if my flight is delayed or cancelled?

If your flight is delayed on your day of departure you will be notified by the airline and a new departure time will be advised. Please make sure to listen to announcement and speak to airline staff at the airport for information on your delay.


  1. What are the Cancellation Conditions?

If you amend or cancel your flight(s), TASA reserve the right to charge the cancellation and amendment fees as per the Schedule of Professional Service Fees.

All cancellations must be made in writing and will not be effective until Travel & Sports Australia (TASA) receive this written notification. You will receive a cancellation invoice /letter from us acknowledging your receipt of cancellation.

The airlines may charge cancellation and amendment fees in accordance with the terms and conditions agreed between you and the Provider. These will be in addition to the fees charged by us. We are not liable for any cancellation fees or refusals to refund made by the Provider.


  1. What advantages do I get by booking my flights on this portal?

Booking through this portal means you are booking with an official travel partner for Western Australian international students.

By booking through our portal, you’ll get 10kg extra luggage plus a student fare with Qatar Airways and you’ll access a student fare if you are flying with Singapore Airlines flights.


  1. I have some questions but it is not related to my travels, who should I contact? 

We invite you to contact StudyPerth and send an email to or visit their website

Links to check before boarding your flights

It is the traveller’s responsibility to ensure they have completed all relevant documentation and requirements to enter Australia. We also strongly recommend to check the conditions of travel from your carrier.

  • Singapore Airlines

Pre Departure Covid Testing Requirements – maximum 48 hours prior to departure

Information regarding Transit in Singapore


  • Qantas Airlines


  • Emirates Airlines


  • Qatar Airways

Links to check before entering Australia
Cost of living

Perth is one of the least expensive cities to live.

The average cost of living in Perth for a student is $275* per week.
This is 72% cheaper than Sydney, 65% cheaper than Melbourne and 61% cheaper than Brisbane.

The Home Affairs website covers in more detail how to work out how much money you might need to cover the costs of your stay in Australia as international student.

*StudyPerth, cost of living calculator.

Work opportunities in Perth

Students studying in Perth can work alongside their studies. Visit ProsPER, StudyPerth’s interactive employment resource to help you become more job-ready, network with peers and earn rewards.

Perth has a ‘Regional City Status’. This means students studying in Western Australia could be eligible to stay and work longer in the state than other Australian cities. For more information on student visas visit

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