With room for some 400 passengers it's twice the size of the previous T3 lounge, and like the rest of the airline's new T1 Domestic Pier home boasts plenty of natural light.
Of course, Virgin's iconic Espresso and Wine bar takes pride of place in the sprawling space.
Those also-familiar snaking workbenches – which are sensibly fitted with AC and USB power sockets – provide ample room for travellers to catch up on their emails before the flight.
There's a variety of other seating to cater for different tastes and travel styles.
"This is truly going be our flagship lounge" remarked Virgin Australia CEO John Borghetti at a media preview of the new terminal.
David Flynn travelled to Perth as a guest of Virgin Australia
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