Welcome To Hobart Airport

Once a small blip on the tourist radar screen, Hobart International has become one of Australia's fastest growing airports as visitors from all over the world begin to discover the fantastic holiday attractions available in Tasmania. Hobart has become a center of activity for visitors who come to experience Tasmania's historical sites, quaint coastal hamlets and breathtaking countryside as well as the island's superb recreational opportunities.

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Hobart Airport Information

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Hobart International Airport is located 17 kilometers (10 miles) northeast from Hobart on the end of nearly unpopulated peninsula, and has a single combined domestic-international terminal and a combined check-in desk. Major airways operating there include Qantas, Jetstar, Virgin Australia and Tiger Air, mostly to and from Melbourne and Sydney. Due to high tourist volume, nearly two million passengers arrive annually, making it rank among Australia's busiest 10 airports. You can enter your flight search right here or go to this page on Flights to Hobart to see the current price from any city in Australian as well as 12 month average prices.

In addition to the conveniently situated rental counters from several major car hire agencies and a taxi stand near the exit, travelers can also utilize a shuttle bus service that connects the airport and downtown Hobart hotels. Valet, short- and long-term car parks are available onsite. View Car Hire Options

Airport Facilities

Everything that you need, including gifts, food and drinks as well as books, magazines and other travel essentials, are available in the terminal's restaurants and retail shops. Passengers traveling through the airport have access to ATMs, baby changing rooms, complimentary Wi-Fi and the adjacent four-star hotel as well as a lounge with views of aircraft landings and departures.

In Hobart

Once in town, the visitor will find a host of wonderful tourist stop options: Anglesea Barracks, the oldest Australian barracks still in operation (since 1814), Cape Bruny Lighthouse, the Hobart Zoo, the Hobart Aquatic Centre for lovers of water sports, Parliament House, the Maritime Museum of Tasmania, the Queen-owned Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery and the Museum of Old and New art, and the Theatre Royale, which is the oldest continually in-use theater in the nation. There are many festivals and events in Hobart each year, such as the Mona Foma international arts festival and the wintertime Festival of Voices, and a good many sports activities, including cricket, rugby, and basketball.

And Beyond...

In addition to some of the best trout fishing on the planet, attractions awaiting visitors to the Apple Isle include the charming wineries, former convict settlements, cultural festivals and remarkable museums situated in and around Hobart. There is also the spectacular flora and fauna of the island's awe-inspiring rainforests, verdant hills and scenic coastline. Offering direct flights to Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney with connections around the globe, Hobart International Airport handles almost 2 million passengers each year. The airport's southern location also makes it a gateway for flights to and from Antarctica in support of the Australian Antarctic Division.

Need Help?

Call the Airport directly on:

(03) 6216 1600