The Rolling Stones have landed in Perth.

Frontman Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood, Keith Richards and Charlie Watts stepped off their private jet emblazoned with the band's trademark tongue logo in the early hours of this morning.

The Rolling Stones at Perth Airport this morning. Picture: The Rolling Stones

A photo, posted on the band's official Twitter account, shows the Stones standing on the tarmac just in front of the plane.

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"Mick, Keith, Charlie and Ronnie have just landed in Australia! See you at StonesPerth on Wednesday!" the band tweeted.

A YouTube video of their arrival has also been uploaded onto their Twitter page.

The Stones announced their 14 On Fire six-show stadium tour of Australia on December 4. Their first concert will be at Perth Arena on Wednesday night.

Fans will be treated to classics like Paint It Black, Jumping Jack Flash and It's Only Rock and Roll, mixed with some lesser known songs and a few covers.

The veteran English rockers last performed in Australia in 2006.

After the gig at Perth Arena, the Stones will head to Adelaide March 22; Sydney March 28; Hanging Rock March 30; Brisbane April 2.

The West Australian

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