We met David, the tour guide from Transperth at the new High Wycombe train station and travelled to Bayswater to see all the work currently happening.
Then we travelled back to the Airport train station, walked the enclosed 280m walkway using the series of travelators to get to the international airport terminal and had a nice cup of tea.
The escalator at the airport train station is apparently the longest (or steepest?) single escalator in the southern hemisphere and some clients were brave enough to go on it.
David had a wealth of knowledge and stories about the construction of the new train line and we all thoroughly enjoyed the experience on the tour.
We collected donations for David but he refused to accept it and suggested we donate to the Lord Mayors Kimberley Flood Appeal.
We ended up asking for donations from Centenary House clients as well, and were able to donate $67.85 to the appeal. What a team!
We highly recommend you try to do the same trip.