Cheap air tickets to Melbourne

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Last minute flights to Melbourne

Departure Sun, 29 Oct Return Mon, 06 Nov
SYD Sydney
AVV Melbourne
return from $84
Departure Tue, 07 Nov Return Tue, 14 Nov
ADL Adelaide
AVV Melbourne
return from $92
Departure Wed, 01 Nov Return Fri, 10 Nov
BNE Brisbane
MEL Melbourne
return from $145
Departure Mon, 13 Nov Return Thu, 16 Nov
PER Perth
MEL Melbourne
return from $232
Popular flight routes to Melbourne
Sydney - Melbourne
return from $104
Adelaide - Melbourne
return from $94
Brisbane - Melbourne
return from $160
Perth - Melbourne
return from $225
Auckland - Melbourne
return from $313

Melbourne vacation

Melbourne sights and attractions

Melbourne is one of the most populous capital cities in southeast Australia. Melbourne turned into the nation's largest financial centre during the Victorian gold rush. The city is home to many majestic old buildings, parks and nightclubs. People come to Melbourne to experience culture and all the gastronomical delights on offer. The city hosts several festivals each year, many of which are held at Federation Square. From shopping to fishing there are countless activities you can enjoy during your stay in this city. Air tickets to Melbourne may be cheaper around May/June—when winter cools down the city and its suburbs.

Things to do in Melbourne

Of all the attractions that come to mind it's the Crown Melbourne that deserves a mention. Crown Melbourne has 3 resorts, a world-class casino and many entertainment facilities. They hold free shows and displays during Christmas and attract scores of tourists–most of whom come to walk about the shops or dine at the many eateries lining the promenade.

Waiting to explore Melbourne? Keep our list of must-dos handy:

  • Catch a game at the famous Melbourne Cricket Ground in the city
  • Take a walk along the Yarra River–known for its many riverside restaurants and gelato shops
  • Take a bus trip from the city to St. Kilda beach and sink your feet into soft sand
  • Head to the Skydeck at Eureka Tower for some stellar views of the city
  • Make a stop at Birrarung Marr to take a brisk walk around the park and watch the locals kayaking
  • Head to Queen Victoria Market to enjoy food and drinks galore
  • Visit Federation Square–known for its art deco buildings, events, performances and workshops
  • Take a walk around the Royal Botanic Garden–home to a collection of plants from many parts of the world
  • See the Old Melbourne Gaol and discover what life was like on the other side of the prison walls
  • Ride the Puffing Billy—a century-old steam train that takes you on a trip through the forests of the Dandenong Ranges
Melbourne

Airports in Melbourne

There are two international airports that serve passengers flying to and from this city–Avalon Airport and Melbourne Airport. Melbourne airport is the country's second-busiest airport serving over 33 million passengers per year.

  • Melbourne Airport

    Top Carriers

    Top carriers to this airport include: JetStar Airways, Qantas and Virgin Australia.

    Location

    This airport is located nearly 23 km away from Melbourne CBD.

    Transportation

    There's a Skybus Shuttle service that connects passengers from the airport to the railway station in the CBD. Travellers can then use the city's train, tram or bus services to get around. Taxis and rental cars are also available at the airport.

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