There are 4 ways to get from Perth to Mullaloo by train, bus, taxi, car or towncar
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Train, line 461 bus • 50 min
$7 - $10
3 alternative options
Taxi • 20 min
$35 - $45
Drive • 20 min
$2 - $4
Uber • 20 min
$23 - $30
Questions & Answers
The cheapest way to get from Perth to Mullaloo is to drive which costs $3 - $5 and takes 20 min.
The quickest way to get from Perth to Mullaloo is to taxi which costs $50 - $65 and takes 20 min.
The distance between Perth and Mullaloo is 22 km. The road distance is 26.6 km.
The best way to get from Perth to Mullaloo without a car is to train and line 461 bus which takes 50 min and costs $9 - $15.
It takes approximately 50 min to get from Perth to Mullaloo, including transfers.
Yes, the driving distance between Perth to Mullaloo is 27 km. It takes approximately 20 min to drive from Perth to Mullaloo.
There are 533+ hotels available in Mullaloo. Prices start at $70 USD per night.
What companies run services between Perth, WA, Australia and Mullaloo, WA, Australia?
There is no direct connection from Perth to Mullaloo. However, you can take the train to Whitfords Stn Platform 2, take the walk to Whitfords Stn Stand 6, then take the line 461 bus to Dampier Av Before Waltham St. Alternatively, you can take the taxi to Mullaloo.
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