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Compare Cheap Adelaide to Launceston Flights
If you’re travelling to Launceston to experience the exciting festivals, or you’re planning a romantic sunset evening at Cataract Gorge, or if business calls you to the riverside city, finding a cheap airfare is a great place to start. Book your cheap return flights from Adelaide to Launceston on Webjet to kick off your Tasmanian holiday with a few extra dollars in your pocket. You might even use the added savings to book a winery tour in the neighbouring Tamar Valley, or take a day trip out to the north west coast. Or, use the money to upgrade your seating class. No matter what you choose, saving money when you book airfares from Adelaide to Launceston with Webjet can start your holiday off on a happy note.
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The best time to visit Launceston
Summer months between December and February can see temperatures of up to 24°C (76°F). If you’re planning a trip from ADL to LST, it can be wise to book tours or activities in advance as this is peak season for travel. Autumn’s cooler 9° to 17°C (48° to 62°F) temperatures and fewer crowds make it the perfect season to plan your ADL to LST holiday. The amber and crimson wave covering the landscape is a calling card to avid photographers. Tourism, along with the temperatures, drop in winter. Days can be as cold as 2°C (36°F) and may include rain or snow. If you’re looking for cheap flights from Adelaide to Launceston, travelling between June and August is a great time to snap up a bargain. Spring brings warmer 8° to 17°C (46°-62°F) temperatures and crowd numbers also begin to build in the lead up to summer. The flowers begin to bloom between September through November and it’s the best season to watch the fully flowing waterfalls at Cataract Gorge.
Departing From Adelaide
Qantas, Virgin Australia, and Jetstar offer cheap airfares from Adelaide to Launceston. Flights last about four hours and routes include one or two stopovers, either in Melbourne (MEL) and/or Sydney (SYD).
Getting to Adelaide Airport
Getting to Adelaide Airport via Uber or taxi from the city centre will take about 15 minutes, depending on traffic. One-way fare with Uber will be around $23 and taxis average $27 per fare. The cheapest way to get to the airport from the CBD is on a Metro bus service. The J1x line is a double decker bus, which is equipped to handle additional luggage. If you’re packing light for your summer trip to Launceston, hop on J1, J1a, J2, J7 or J8 lines.
Parking at Adelaide Airport
There are good parking options at Adelaide Airport for those wanting to drive themselves. Spaces can be booked in advance and online.
Where to Park at Adelaide International Airport
Leaving your car at the airport for your holiday in Launceston can be pricey but Adelaide’s two long term car park options are designed to keep your car safe while leaving more money in your pocket.
- Terminal Car Park: This area provides the quickest access to the terminals. More than 1600 slots are available and it’s easy park with the special parking system that directs drivers to the nearest available slot. The covered walkway located on level 2 provides an easy 4 minute walk to the terminals. Weekend parking for covered slots in the Terminal Car Park is $63 AUD.
- Long Term Car Park: This is the cheapest parking option for your ADL to LST holiday. Uncovered weekend parking rates start at $39 AUD. Once you park you can enjoy a quick 10-minute walk to the terminals or take advantage of the free shuttle transfer to the terminals. Shuttles run every 20 minutes from 4:30am to 11:20pm.
Arriving in Launceston
Launceston Airport has recently undergone renovations to make your travel experience better than ever. Well-marked paths will lead you to baggage claim, car rental kiosks, and the taxi and bus ranks outside the arrivals bay.
How to Get from Launceston Airport to Your Launceston Hotel or Accommodation
Getting from Launceston Airport (LST) to the heart of the city by taxi will cost about $38. A shuttle bus can also take passengers from Launceston Airport to the casino, university, and most hotels within the Launceston area. The one-way fare from the airport to the city centre is $15. The taxi rank and the shuttle bus departure point are located outside the terminal exits.
Things to do in Launceston
As one of Tasmania’s top city destinations, Launceston has activities for every traveller - many available all year long. One must-do is making a trip out to Cataract Gorge. The first basin of the gorge is home to a swimming pool surrounded by bushland and is known locally as Launceston Beach. Throughout the gorge, you’ll see peacocks, wallabies, and rolling Victorian gardens. Cataract Gorge can be accessed by foot or chairlift. To see more of Launceston’s beauty, head to City Park. Gardening and photography enthusiasts flock to the park to take advantage of the abundant display of orchids and exotic flowers in the John Hart Conservatory held within the park grounds. The park is also home to the Japanese Macaque Monkey enclosure which delights children and adults of all ages. If you really want to get your motor going, head to the National Automobile Museum. Visitors can find vintage cars and motorcycles, including a 1955 Jaguar XK140, as well as memorabilia from famous racers and cars in the Tasmanian Motor Sport Hall of Fame exhibit. Those travelling to the city for a couple’s retreat, and who have saved some extra money by by booking cheap airfares from Adelaide to Launceston, might to book onto a romantic Tamar River cruise or winery tour.