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Compare Cheap Gold Coast to Hobart Flights
No matter if you’re visiting the Hobart for its epicurean experiences, fascinating history, rugged mountains, scenic waterways, or to discover the hidden gems of the CBD, the Tasmanian capital has something for everyone. Starting your trip by finding cheap flights from Gold Coast to Hobart can make your holiday even better. Time your visit to align with the city’s Dark Mofo celebrations during winter, one of the waterfront festivals during summer, or to simply wander the stalls and catch a live music performance at the iconic Salamanca Market. Use an affordable return flight to Hobart as your excuse to not only explore this city, but also to branch out and see more of the Apple Isle, from the delights of Bruny Island to the pristine shores along the East Coast and Freycinet Peninsula.
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Best time to visit Hobart
The best time to visit Hobart
The summer months of December through February sit smack-bang in the middle of peak tourist season. Sunny days with average temperatures between 12° to 21°C (53°-69°F) create ample opportunity for all sorts of outdoor activities, such as visiting the Taste of Tasmania, Cygnet Folk Festival, and more. The autumn months of March through May bring a cool end to peak tourist season. Temperatures average between 9° to 17°C (48°-62°F) and the beautiful foliage change across the coast lures many photographers to the area. June through August temperatures can average 4° to 11°C (39°-51°F) and can bring winter rains, as well as snow around some parts. But don’t let that scare you off. Winter festivals occur all season long. And with fewer tourists to contend with, you can have a great time and score big savings on cheap flights from OOL to HBA. Chilly conditions continue into the spring months of September through November and temperatures average 8°-17°C (46°-62°). Even with the bit of snow, you can still take advantage of some outdoor activities that begin around October. No matter what season you visit Hobart, there is something for everyone to do.
Departing From Gold Coast
Tigerair flies directly to Hobart International Airport (HBA) from Gold Coast International (OOO). Flights from OOL to HBA last slightly less than three hours. Flights with Jetstar, Virgin Australia, and Qantas may include a stopover in Sydney (SYD) or Melbourne (MEL) and can take up to eight hours of travel time.
Getting to Gold Coast International Airport
Gold Coast International (OOL), formerly known as Coolangatta Airport, is 27 kilometres from the city centre. The cheapest way to get to OOL from the CBD is via the 777 bus. You can pick up the 777 bus at Broadbeach South Station, Stop B or any of the 11 stops along the route. Total transit time from Broadbeach to OOL is approximately 29 minutes and will cost $9.20 per one-way ticket. The SkyBus Gold Coast Airport Shuttle operates seven days a week from Tweed Heads to Main Beach. It runs to some of the Gold Coast’s most popular locations. If you’d rather take a taxi to the airport, fares will run between $50 and $60. Uber is also available.
Parking at Gold Coast International Airport
Gold Coast International is unique in that it only has one terminal. This makes parking at the airport quite convenient. Before you depart for OOL, decide which parking option is best for you as some require pre-booking.
Where to Park at Gold Coast International Airport
Car parks at Gold Coast are designed to put you as close to the terminal as possible. And with 3 car parks to choose, there's an option to fit every budget. Premium Covered Parking: This is the space that is closest to the terminal, and parks here must be pre-booked. Once parked, you can walk path directly to the terminal. The daily rate is $45. Long Term: Located only a 2-minute walk away from the terminal. Rates are calculated based on the length of your stay, and spaces can be booked online. Pre-booking your spot is recommended, with rates starting at $150 AUD per week. Budget Parking: The cheapest car park option at Gold Coast International. This uncovered parking is a 5- to 10-minute walk to the terminal while covered parking is a 4 to 8-minute walk. One week of uncovered parking in the Budget lot starts from $98 AUD, while a week of covered parking starts at $139 AUD.
Arriving in Hobart
Your descent into Hobart International will bring you down the Coal River Valley or over the Frederick Henry Bay and Seven Mile Beach. Depending on the time of day you land, you can see spectacular views of either sight. HBA is equipped with car rental kiosks.
How to Get from Hobart International Airport to Your Hobart Hotel or Accommodation
Hobart International Airport is located 17 kilometres northeast of the city centre. The cheapest mode of transportation is the route 750 bus. The 20-minute ride from HBA to the CBD will cost only $4 to $6. The SkyBus is located just outside baggage claim and can get you to the CBD in 15 minutes. A one-way fare is $18.50. The taxi queue is also located outside the baggage claim area. Fares will vary, but should be between $50 to $65. Uber runs out of HBA with fares starting at $31.
Things to do
Things to do in Hobart
Mt Wellington towers 1271 metres over Hobart generously offering not only a marvellous backdrop, but a wealth of activities and natural wonders to all. Locals and tourists alike take advantage of the peak to hike, bike or take a scenic drive up to the summit for the amazing views across Hobart and River Derwent. Hobart’s Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) is one of the city’s biggest draws. Located just 12 kilometres from the CBD, MONA boasts an incredible collection of boundary-pushing and thought-provoking art. Some of the museum’s galleries are provocative, so parents should take note if accompanied by young children. Don’t leave Hobart without taking a trip to Salamanca Place. This charming row of three- and four-storey sandstone warehouses is one of the few remaining examples of Australian colonial architecture, and now plays host to a coterie of restaurants, bars and boutiques. Or enjoy a bit of history in Battery Park by taking in the streets of tightly packed 19th-century cottages,. Stroll along the narrow lanes to immerse yourself in the lives of early fishermen, merchants and mariners. Visit the Cascades Female Factory Historic Site to learn about prison life for women in the early 1800s. You can tour the grounds at your leisure, or purchase an audio tour for a detailed account of various prisoners.