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Brisbane Airport (BNE) is located 17km west of the city centre, a 20 minute drive by car or taxi. Parking is available at the airport for both long and short stays, however allow more time during peak times.
The Brisbane Airtrain is a 19 minute journey from Central Station. Those arriving into Brisbane can purchase a Brisbane City ticket which includes stops at Bowen Hills, Fortitude Valley, Central, Roma Street and South Brisbane stations.
Darwin International Airport (DRW) is located in Marrara, about a 15 minute drive north of the city centre, a 20 minute drive by car. A shuttle bus is also available for transport to and from the city. Bookings are essential for the shuttle bus with discount rates for groups and return fares.
Known for its tropical savanna weather and deep connection to Australian indigenous culture, Darwin is a nature lover’s paradise and a starting point for exploring Australia’s Top End. Discover the spectacular landscapes and waterfalls of Kakadu and Litchfield National Parks, or spot wild saltwater crocodiles spot a wildlife cruise through the wetlands and billabongs of the Mary River.
Serious anglers should charter a boat out to Darwin Harbour, considered to be one of the world’s premier fishing destinations for barramundi, trevally and jewfish.
While those chasing a connection to history should visit Darwin’s HMS Beagle Ship Bell Chime. This sculpture was commissioned in 2009 linking Darwin City to Charles Darwin’s famous voyage on the HMS Beagle between 1831 and 1836.
Spend some coin on collectibles and handmade jewellery at the Mindil Beach Sunset Markets every Thursday evening and enjoy a relaxed dining experience at one of many restaurants at Darwin’s waterfront precinct.
Brisbane has a number of major attractions to explore during your stay.
Experience a cruise along the Brisbane River on board the Kookaburra River paddle-wheeler or climb the famous Story Bridge, one of just three bridges in the world that let you drink in a glorious sunset from the summit.
Those exploring on foot can visit Queensland Museum and QAGOMA. Entry is free and some of the exhibitions are unforgettable. Likewise, wander through the many hidden laneways and discover some of Australia’s best baristas whipping up amazing coffee. Shoppers will enjoy the Queen Street Mall with its mix of high end fashion, the usual chain stores and unique boutiques.
No matter what draws you to Brisbane or Darwin, be sure to visit tigerair for low airfares all year round!