Flights Melbourne to Hobart
As Australia's second-oldest capital city, Hobart is home to some of Australia's premier historical sites. Read more...
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Flying time from Melbourne to Hobart: 1 hour 20 minutes approximately
Distance from CBD: 17km
Taxi: Around $35 to CBD
Public Transport: Shuttle buses service the airport regularly.
Currency: Australian Dollar
The most famous historic site in Tasmania is the former convict settlement at Port Arthur. Just 60 kilometres from Hobart, a visit to Port Arthur is a great day trip for the whole family. There are a variety of educational tours at Port Arthur that give you a history of the buildings, grounds and what life was like for the convicts detained on site hundreds of years ago.
Other historic sites located near Hobart include the Cape Bruny Lighthouse (on Bruny Island) and the shot tower in Taroona. Constructed in 1836, the Cape Bruny Lighthouse is the second-oldest lighthouse in Australia and offers visitors breathtaking views of the island and surrounding areas. The Hobart shot tower was built in 1870 and is the last remaining circular sandstone shot tower in the world. Walk the 259-step circular staircase for a unique view of the Derwent River, stop by the museum to learn about the history of the shot tower or grab a hot beverage in the tearoom
For those interested in the paranormal, consider taking a ghost tour of Port Arthur at night.
Hobart Airport (HBA)
For helpful information about getting to and from the airport, check-in information and more have a look at our Hobart Airport Guide.
Airport Accommodation: Hobart's CBD, where the majority of accommodation is located, is about 20 minutes drive from the airport. Book your Hobart Accommodation.
Airlines that fly to Hobart
The following airlines fly to Hobart domestically:
For more information on airlines that offer flights to Hobart, see our domestic airline page.
You might also be interested in our international airline guide.