Cheap Flights from Melbourne to Sydney
Flight information Melbourne to Sydney
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average flight time from Melbourne to Sydney, total distance 722 kilometers
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Flying out of Melbourne
Melbourne is located in the southeastern part of Australia. The city is known for the Federation Square development, the Arts Center and the National Gallery of Victoria.
When flying from Melbourne to Sydney Kingsford Smith you can choose from two airports: Melbourne Airport, also known as Tullamarine, and Avalon Airport. Airlines that fly this route are Quantas, Jetstar, Tigerair Australia, and Virgin Australia. Flight time is approximately 1 hour and 25 minutes.
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For a domestic flight, you should be at the airport one hour before scheduled take-off.
Sydney International Airport is located 6 miles outside of the city in the suburb of Mascot. It is the busiest airport in Australia, welcoming 41,870,000 passengers in 2016.
While there are significantly more restaurants and bars at the international terminal 1, domestic terminals 2 and 3 also have plenty of nourishment available.
Shopping possibilities are equally limited for domestic flights, but should you need fashion items, accessories, souvenirs or travel essentials, you’ll find what you’re looking for.
Facilities in terminals 2 and 3 include toilets and showers, water stations, free Wi-Fi, information desks, airline lounges, medical services, ATMs and luggage services.
To get downtown you can take the train which will have you at the Sydney station in 13 minutes, catch the Route 400 bus, an airport shuttle, or a taxi or limousine. If you prefer a car of your own, this can easily be arranged with Skyscanner’s car rental.
Tips for Traveling to Sydney
If you want to save some money on your trip to Sydney, there are quite a few things you can do that won’t cost you a dime or come at an economic price.
The city has plenty of parks and museums where entry is free.
Visit the various markets such as Paddington market at Oxford Street, the fish market at Bank Street, the flower market at Parramatta Road, and quite a few more.
Don’t forget to arrange for a hotel room. Sydney is a popular tourist destination and there are only so many hotel rooms available. Skyscanner makes it easy with its hotel page.
Attractions in Sydney
Every tourist goes to see the Sydney Opera House. The iconic building officially opened in 1973 and has been named as one of the 20th century's most distinctive buildings.
Give your leg muscles a workout by walking the Sydney Harbor Bridge. The bridge offers great views of the city and the Opera House.
Set some time aside for the Blue Mountains day trip. Not only will this river cruise show you the famous mountains, you’ll visit the charming town of Leura, enjoy the views of Jamison Valley, and get to ride the steepest railway at Scenic World.
Whether you want to go sightseeing, shopping, have fun in the water or tan on the beach, Sydney is the perfect place to be.
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