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Melbourne’s Tullamarine Airport (MEL) is about half an hour’s drive, 23km northwest of the city centre off the Tullamarine Fwy. Short and long term parking is available with a booking.
Public bus travel is also available between Melbourne Airport, Broadmeadows Station and Frankston on the SmartBus Route 901. Arrivals can catch the SkyBus to the city centre. It leaves every 10 minutes from the Airport, finishing at Southern Cross Station.
Hobart International Airport (HBA) is 20km northeast of the city centre, about 20 minutes by car or taxi. There is a free drop-off/pick-up point and the first ten minutes parking is also free. The Hobart Redline Airporter shuttle bus takes arrivals into the city, however bookings need to be made at least two hours before arrival.
Just a hop, step and a jump over Bass Strait, the serene harbour city of Hobart is one of the oldest cities in Australia. It’s pretty Harbour and dramatic Mount Wellington rising behind it overshadows the historic sandstone buildings and old whaling cottages of another era.
Start your stay in Hobart with a stroll along the Waterfront and discover the historic headland at Battery Point. For those with an interest in modern art, jump on a ferry and visit the stunning MONA art museum in the city’s north.
In the evening indulge in the boutique bars and restaurants at Salamanca Place, while the weekend Salamanca Markets are the perfect place to pick up a piece of handicraft. For a more decadent foodie experience, head south to Bruny Island where you will find mouthwatering berries, handmade chocolates, local cheeses and wine.
Elegant, sophisticated and hip, Melbourne is the cultural heart of Australia and always delivers something new at every turn. Wander through the concealed laneways lined with edgy street art or indulge in high tea at the Hopetoun Tea Rooms.
Jump on a tram and go people watching at Flinders Street Station and Federation Square, before catching a raucous AFL bonanza at the iconic MCG.
Complete your stay with a few quiet drinks along the Yarra River at some of Melbourne’s trendiest bars and clubs.
Spend less on airfares and more on enjoying your trip to Melbourne or Hobart.