Flights to Brisbane

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Brisbane Guide

Important information on flights to Brisbane

The vibrant city of Brisbane is the capital of Queensland and home to a flourishing food, art and music scene. Fondly thought of as a ‘big country town’ thanks to its friendly people and outdoor spaces, it offers an ideal mix of buzzing city life and escapism. Visitors booking flights to Brisbane can expect a unique cosmopolitan filled with cultural attractions, world-class dining, weekend markets and some of the best weather year-round.

Get acquainted with the river-wrapped city with a waterside stroll by Howard Smith Wharves and take advantage of the breweries and bars that boast the best views of Story Bridge. Or if coffee is more your vibe, Brisbane’s best cafes can be found inside character-filled heritage buildings and Victorian terraces. For those keen to dive straight into the culture scene, you’ll find various galleries and museums in South Bank and Fortitude Valley, including the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art. Entry won’t cost you a cent, and it’s one of the top free things to do in Brisbane.

With 261 days of sunshine per year, Brisbane is an outdoor playground with an encouraging sense of adventure. Hike to the Mount Coot-tha Summit, kayak along the Brisbane River, or abseil down the Kangaroo Point Cliffs. Be sure to include a pair of swimmers when packing for your flights to Brisbane to take advantage of the hidden waterfalls and natural swimming holes in the surrounding national parks.

Soon after you land at Brisbane Airport (BNE), you’ll see why so many southerners are packing up and making the city their home. With a blossoming number of fine dining eateries, a thriving live music community and plenty of things to do with kids, there’s no shortage of attractions to tempt your visit. Find cheap flights to Brisbane today, and get ready to discover why this city is so underrated. 


Frequently Asked Questions About Flights To Brisbane

How long does it take to fly to Brisbane?

The journey time for flights to Brisbane will vary depending on the distance. If you’re departing from Sydney, you can expect to arrive in 1 hour and 30 mins, whereas slightly further departure cities such as Melbourne, Adelaide and Hobart have a travel time closer to 2 hours and 30 mins. Find a breakdown of popular Brisbane flights below:

1 hour 28 min From Sydney
1 hour 40 min From Canberra
2 hours 3 min From Melbourne
2 hours 5 min From Cairns
2 hours 16 min From Adelaide
2 hours 35 min From Hobart
4 hours 13 mins From Perth

When is the cheapest time of year to fly to Brisbane?

You’ll typically find cheap flights to Brisbane during the quieter tourist periods of March to May and September to November. However, great deals can be found year-round if you book in advance and aim to travel during off-peak times.

Which airlines offer direct flights to Brisbane?

Qantas, Jetstar, Virgin Australia and Regional Express (Rex) fly direct to Brisbane from various departure locations. Search flights to Brisbane and enter the city you’re departing from to see which airlines are available for your trip.

What is the airport code for flights to Brisbane?

Flights to Brisbane Airport will use the airport code BNE.

What terminal will I arrive in for domestic flights to Brisbane?

Brisbane Airport has two terminals – one for domestic flights and one for international. All domestic flights to Brisbane arrive at the domestic terminal, which may also be referred to as Terminal D or T2.

What terminal will I arrive in for international flights to Brisbane?

All international flights to Brisbane arrive at the international terminal, which may also be referred to as Terminal I or T1.

What is the best time of year to book flights to Brisbane?

Enjoy smaller crowds by booking your flights to Brisbane during the off-peak seasons of March to May and September to November. Unlike other cities, Brisbane experiences a peak tourist period over the cooler months of June and July, as those in the south flock towards the sun. By avoiding these times, you can take advantage of cheaper Brisbane flights.

What cities can I fly to Brisbane from?

Brisbane welcomes multiple flights from a variety of cities every day. If you’re flying within Australia, you can find Brisbane flights departing from Adelaide, Canberra, Cairns, Darwin, Hobart, Hamilton Island, Melbourne, Mackay, Perth, Rockhampton, Sydney and Townsville.

How far is it from the airport in Brisbane to the CBD?

Brisbane Airport (BNE) is located approximately 22 km northeast of Brisbane’s CBD. Public transport options include the Airtrain, connecting travellers to the city in just 20 minutes, and bus route 590. Taxis and rideshare services are also available 24/7.


What Are Brisbane's Top Attractions?

Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary
The Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is one of the top things to do with kids in Brisbane and an experience any animal lover will enjoy. Only a 15-minute drive from the city centre, the world's first koala sanctuary is home to more than 130 koalas and other critters such as kangaroos, snakes, platypuses and a variety of native birds. Hold a koala, hand-feed kangaroos and get to know these beloved Aussie animals up close.

Brisbane Story Bridge
Often the first thing spotted as flights to Brisbane come into land, the heritage-listed Story Bridge has been a mainstay of the city since 1940. Offering incredible panoramic views over Brisbane, it is one of only three bridge climbs in the world. It's the perfect activity for travellers that want a little adventure, a taste of history or a romantic thing to do during their stay. You can join a tour that will last around 2.5 hours, where you'll get all the gear you need to conquer the bridge safely.

Wander around the South Bank
South Bank is one of Brisbane's signature districts. The area looks out over the Brisbane River, where you'll find attractions such as the Wheel of Brisbane, Street Beach and the South Bank Lifestyle markets. With plenty of trendy cafes, restaurants and beautiful parks, you’ll be spoiled for choice for a place to rest and refuel. Once you’ve booked your flights to Brisbane, consider making a reservation at Belle Époque for one of the best high teas in the city.

The Gabba
Sports fans will be well acquainted with ‘The Gabba’, more formally known as the Brisbane Cricket Ground. The stadium receives its nickname from the suburb of Woolloongabba, where it has resided since 1895. If you time your Brisbane flights right, you can head to The Gabba for the first cricket match of the summer or catch an AFL game and cheer for the Brisbane Lions throughout winter.

Located across two riverside buildings in Brisbane’s South Bank, The Queensland Art Gallery (QAG) and Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA) offer compelling cultural experiences with a unique personality. The ever-changing exhibitions feature lively series and contemporary art from across the globe – with no entry fee. The Children’s Art Centre is also located inside, with purpose-built activities and programmes little ones will love.

Howard Smith Wharves
The Howard Smith Wharves is well on its way to becoming Brisbane’s ultimate foodie and lifestyle precinct. Set on the edge of the Brisbane River, the modern waterside restaurants, breweries and hotels are the perfect place to base yourself during a Brisbane stay. Snag a seat at Felons Brewing Co at sunset for some riverside beers, head for some mouth-watering Italian at Ciao Papi and end the night with a sweet treat at Goodtimes Gelateria.

When Is The Best Time Of Year To Visit Brisbane?

Known as one of the sunniest cities in the world, there’s hardly a bad time to visit Brisbane. However, for a balance of good weather, low crowds and the best rates on Brisbane flights, March to May and September to November are the months to consider.

With average temperatures of 25°C to 30°C in spring and autumn, you can walk around the city during the day and enjoy the best of Brisbane at night without needing a jacket. If you wish to visit in summer and take advantage of the surrounding beaches and waterways, the temperatures still peak around 30°C, but the humidity is high and often broken by welcomed summer storms.

And there’s a reason winter school holidays in Brisbane are popular: even cooler months are mild, with average temperatures of 17°C to 22°C. So if you’re looking to swap grey and dreary for some sunshine, good food and outdoor activities, Brisbane’s subtropical climate will have you covered.