HOW TO REACH AUSTRALIA’S MOST ICONIC CITIES AND DESTINATIONS

HOW TO GET TO SYDNEY
By air (international flights): Sydney International Airport is served by many international airlines, making it a simple gateway to the country. Flights come from many cities in Asia, the Middle East, North America, South America and the Pacific.

By air (domestic flights): Domestic flights take you to Sydney almost as an Australian citizen with an airport. It is a fantastic city as a base for your trip. A flight from Brisbane or Melbourne takes just 1.5 hours, while flights from Perth take just over four hours.

By car: the capitals closest to Sydney are Canberra (three hours by car), Melbourne (nine hours by car) and Brisbane (10 hours by car). The highway system is in excellent condition and connects all these cities.

By Bus: There is a coach service from Melbourne (12.5 hours) or Brisbane (approximately 17-21 hours) to Sydney.

HOW TO TRAVEL TO CANBERRA
By plane (international flights): even if Canberra is not a common entry point for incoming international travelers in Australia, the airport receives flights from Singapore and Qatar (via Sydney).

By Bus: There are frequent coaches between Sydney and Canberra. The trip lasts 3-4 hours.

HOW TO GET TO MELBOURNE
By air (international flights): being the second largest city in Australia, Melbourne offers a wide range of international flights. Most airlines flying to Sydney International Airport also fly to Melbourne.

By plane (domestic flights): it is easy to reach Melbourne by plane because there are direct flights from all Australian capitals. Flights from Brisbane take around 2.5 hours, while flights from Perth take around 3.5 hours.

By car: you can drive from Sydney to Melbourne in about 9 hours. Although Adelaide is near: it takes 8 hours by car or 13 hours if you take the Great Ocean Road .

By Bus: There is a coach from Sydney to Melbourne. The journey lasts 12.5 hours.

HOW TO GET TO TASMANIA
By Air (domestic flights): The Tasmania is an island separated from mainland Australia, then go by plane to Hobart or Launcestonit is the most comfortable and fastest way to reach the island. There are several daily flights to Hobart Airport from Sydney (about two hours) and Melbourne (just over an hour), as well as a few flights a week from Brisbane and Adelaide.

By Car: You can go to Tasmania by car with the Spirit of Tasmania ferry , which departs from Melbourne and takes around 10 to cross the Strait of Bass. Once the ferry arrives in Devonport, Launceston is just over an hour’s drive away and Hobart is about three hours’ drive south.

HOW TO TRAVEL TO ADELAIDE
By air (international flights): Adelaide Airport boasts many international flights from the Middle East, Asia and the Pacific.

By air (domestic flights): there are direct flights to Adelaidefrom every Australian capital.