Flights from Melbourne to Australia
Flight information Melbourne to Australia
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The only inhabitable country in the world that is also its own continent, Australia is home to many unique animals, landscapes, folklore, and experiences to be had. Australia features a wilderness and desert center core, known as the Outback, along with major metropolitan cities adorned in modern architecture and filled with art, delicious local food, fashion items, and even a few buzz-worthy gems you won't find anywhere else in the world. If visiting Melbourne has given you a hankering to see the rest of Australia, let Skyscanner help you get to your next stop for the most affordable price.
Departing from Melbourne
Melbourne Airport (MEL) is the main international airport of Melbourne and the second busiest airport in the country. MEL is located approximately 14 miles from downtown Melbourne and serves over 35 million passengers each year. Melbourne Airport has four different terminals, and all domestic traffic moves through Terminals 1, 3, and 4.
All passengers are encouraged to arrive at least two hours early for their departure flight, even if your next destination is considered to be a domestic flight, to ensure you have enough time to get through airport security. American travelers do not need to show their passport for most domestic flights, but it is a good idea to bring it in case you are asked. Once you have made it through airport security, you can check your bags into a baggage storage locker, head over to the Air Bar and Lounge, or dine at famous restaurants like Ali Baba. There is also a terminal pharmacy and some fun "made in Australia" stores available to shop at.
Other Australian Cities You Should Visit
Don't let your Australian adventure stop in Melbourne; be sure to check out the other cities this country has to offer. When flying domestically through Australia, you can travel from one city to another for as little as $30 per flight!
Sydney is the capital city of Australia and New South Wales and is the epicenter of all things business, commerce, and tourism. The Melbourne to Sydney route is the most flown route in the world, and you can find daily non-stop flights with airlines such as Jetstar, Qantas, Tigerair Australia, and Virgin Australia. The flight is approximately one hour and 25 minutes long, and you will arrive at Sydney Kingsford-Smith Airport (SYD).
Located just to the south of Australia's main island is the history rich island state of Tasmania, and you can fly to its capital, Hobart, in just over an hour. Hobart is a coastal city with history that dates back to antiquity and is still home to a native population of aboriginals to this day. You can fly direct to Hobart International Airport (HBA) from Melbourne with Jetstar, Qantas, Tigerair Australia, and Virgin Australia. Hobart International Airport is located approximately 11 miles away from downtown Hobart.
Adelaide is another popular city in Australia and is located in the southern region of the country. Adelaide is home to several Indigenous art galleries, thriving coastal ports, a central market loaded with local fruits and vegetables, and a thriving shopping scene. To complete your Australian adventure, fly over to Adelaide Airport (ADL) and explore the history of the country even more. ADL is located less than three miles from the downtown center. You can make the flight from Melbourne in approximately an hour and 15 minutes with Tigerair, Qantas, Virgin Australia, and Jetstar.
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