Wifi Access When Visiting Perth, WA

As a visitor to Perth or a Perth local, Western Australia, staying connected to the internet is hugely important! That’s why, we are super pleased to let you know that The City of Perth offers FREE WiFi in and around the city for basic internet browsing.


Where can I use the FREE WiFi Connection?

The free WiFi service provides blanket coverage around the CBD of Perth City and Northbridge. The map below shows the areas covered in and around the CBD.

Free WiFi Map

Source: www.perth.wa.gov.au


How Do I Connect To The Perth City Wifi?

First make sure you are in a coverage area, then:

  • Select ‘Perth WiFi’ on your device’s WiFi settings
  • Open a web browser, and the City Of Perth landing page will appear.
  • Click “Connect Me” and you can browse the internet.


What Can I Use It For

The WiFi connection is for basic browsing only. Use it to find your way around, research things to do in Perth, book tours or keep in touch. To find out more, visit The City of Perth Website.

Other Places You Can Get Free WiFi

Free WiFi is also available in most McDonalds stores, shopping centres and coffee shops. Simply ask at the counter or at the Information Desks for assistance.


Here at Explore Tours Perth, we offer free WiFi on all our tour buses so staying connected couldn’t be easier! Book your tour here.


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