Flights from Hobart to Brisbane

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$643 ONE WAY
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$349 ONE WAY
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$215 ONE WAY
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Compare Cheap Hobart to Brisbane Flights

Brisbane, the capital of Queensland, is an energetic city that lures in visitors thanks to its gorgeous riverfront, exciting art scene, world-class galleries and classically Queensland summer weather. Visitors will discover streets brimming with things to do, places to eat and cityscapes to photograph. Head down hip laneways to browse boutiques and vintage stores. Or enjoy incredible restaurants putting Brisbane’s food scene on the map. Brisbane has a vibrant cafe culture and brilliant baristas are at the ready to serve up your next flat white or long black. Brisbane is also celebrated for its great outdoor lifestyle and has stunning parks and open-air spaces for you to take picnics or afternoon walks. Visit the heritage-listed Victoria Park, spend some time in the City Botanical Gardens or stroll along South Bank absorbing the pretty riverside promenade.

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The best time to visit Brisbane

Brisbane is lovely during the autumn (March to May) when sizzling temperatures subside and there are few showers. Use this shoulder season to search and book cheap Hobart to Brisbane flights on Webjet. Winter (June to August) brings milder weather but still plenty of sunrays. Brisbane shines with attractions such as the Queensland Music Festival in July and the Brisbane Marathon Festival in August. These events attract a huge number of visitors so book your hotel early if you’re planning on attending. Spring (September to November) welcomes the Brisbane Festival, which attracts more than one million local and international visitors! One of the quieter times to visit Brisbane is during the summer (December to February), as temperatures are hot, thunderstorms may be regular and the school holidays are full swing. On the flip side however, that means that the crowds are thinner and there may even be opportunity to snap up cheap off-peak airfares.

Departing From Hobart

Hobart Airport (HBA) is the major passenger airport in Tasmania. You can take a direct flight from Hobart Airport (HBA) to Brisbane Airport (BNE) and arrive in just 2 hours 40 minutes’. Jetstar, Virgin Australia and Qantas offer cheap return airfares from Hobart to Brisbane.

Getting to Hobart Airport

Passengers looking for reasonable and reliable public transport to Hobart Airport can ride the SkyBus. This service departs from various points in the city every 30 minutes and runs seven days a week, all year-round. A single one-way ticket costs $19.50 and you can book online or buy from the drivers. Taking a taxi from central Hobart to Hobart Airport is another option. The trip will take around 20 minutes and can cost between $45 and $55.

Parking at Hobart airport

Hobart Airport offers three car parking options for travellers. Each of these parking areas is conveniently located outside the terminal building.

Where to Park at Hobart, Hobart Airport

If you want to leave your car at the airport, you have three options to choose from:

  • Main Car Park: If you're heading to Brisbane for the weekend, this is the best option. It costs $22 to park here for 24 hours and is only a short walk to the check-in desks.
  • Valet Parking: This is the ultimate in parking convenience. Pay $30 per day for hassle-free parking. Valet Parking is located within the main car park, directly outside the middle of the terminal building.
  • Saver Car Park: This area is designed for longer stays. So if you are going on an extended holiday to Brisbane, leave your car here. Daily rates start from $16 and the lot is only a short walk away from the departure terminal.

Arriving in Brisbane

Brisbane Airport (BNE) is the primary airport serving the city of Brisbane and it is one of the busiest airports in Australia.

How to Get from Brisbane Airport to Your Brisbane Hotel or Accommodation

Brisbane Airport (BNE) is located approximately 14 kilometres from the CBD and is easily accessible using train, taxi or rideshare services. The quickest way from the airport into the Brisbane CBD is on the Airtrain. This convenient option operates regular services every day. A one-way fare is about $18 AUD and the trip takes roughly 25 minutes. Remember, the earlier you book, the more you save. Taxis are available 24/7 from ranks right outside the domestic terminals. Taxi passengers will pay between $45 and $55 AUD for a trip into the city. Expect the journey to take about 20 minutes, but always allow extra time during peak traffic periods. If you want the freedom of having a car while in Brisbane, use Webjet to search and book your hire car. Collect your keys from one of the major operators including Avis, Budget, or Europcar and hit the road. Rideshare services including Uber are available in Brisbane. So grab your bags, head to the designated pick-up point outside the arrival terminal and order your ride using your preferred app.

Things to do in Brisbane

Story Bridge is one of Brisbane’s most striking structures and taking the adventure climb to the top gives you a stunning birds-eye perspective of the city and its surrounds. Those brave enough to scale to the summit may even want to test their gumption by taking the 30-metre abseil back down to terra firma. Another of Brisbane’s architectural beauties is the Brisbane Powerhouse, a beautifully restored power station that has been given a new lease on life as a cultural precinct. Admire the 1920s design or catch a live performance from an extensive program featuring comedy, dance or music. Art gurus can wander through the Queensland Art Gallery & Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA), which is home to a stellar collection of Australian and international masterpieces. Try your hand at kayaking or stand-up paddleboarding on the Brisbane River, or if you prefer a more leisurely way of seeing the water you can book onto a river cruise or one of the CityCat ferries. Hop off the ferry and visit the Kangaroo Point Cliffs. Climb the hills, run one of the many trails or take a leisurely walk next to the river. Then swing by the Brisbane Jazz Club to enjoy a glass of local Queensland wine and take in the million-dollar views of the CBD as you unwind to live local and international acts.

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