Compare Cheap Flights from Brisbane to Melbourne, Australia
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|Wed 26 Feb||Best Price||
$255 ONE WAY
|Thu 27 Feb||Best Price||
$140 ONE WAY
$199 ONE WAY
|Fri 28 Feb||
$144 ONE WAY
$198 ONE WAY
$209 ONE WAY
|Sat 29 Feb||
$134 ONE WAY
$174 ONE WAY
$238 ONE WAY
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|Cheapest one-way price for the current month||from $109|
|Cheapest one-way price over next 6 months||from $89|
|Cheapest month||August 2020|
|Popular month||February 2020|
|Average flight time||2h 20m|
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As the beating heart of Melbourne, the CBD is where you’ll find some of the city’s best shopping, restaurants, and bars after landing in Victoria on your cheap flights to Melbourne from Brisbane. The CBD is home to skyscrapers, laneways filled with street art and cafes, and some of Melbourne’s most recognisable landmarks.
Known for its beach and boho flair, St Kilda is a popular neighbourhood to visit when you book Brisbane to Melbourne flights. Spend some time on St Kilda Beach, check out the St Kilda Botanical Gardens, and enjoy the great cafes, restaurants, and bars along the Esplanade and Fitzroy Street.
Fitzroy is a trendy neighbourhood located just north of Melbourne’s CBD. Loved among locals and visitors with Brisbane to Melbourne return flights for its hipster flair, Fitzroy is teeming with cafes, restaurants, bars, street art and vintage shopping opportunities.
South Yarra offers a similar experience to Fitzroy but with a more upscale atmosphere. The neighbourhood has some of Melbourne’s best boutique shopping as well as plenty of great cafes and restaurants. When you have tickets to Melbourne from Brisbane, head to South Yarra at night for a bar crawl along the popular nightlife spot Chapel Street.
Carlton is a must-visit neighbourhood in Melbourne when you have Brisbane to Melbourne flights. Known as the ‘Little Italy’ of Melbourne, Carlton boasts outstanding Italian restaurants, bakeries, and cafes along Lygon Street. In addition to the great food and lively atmosphere, Carlton features some gorgeous Victorian architecture to see when you have cheap flights Brisbane to Melbourne.
Cafes and Restaurants
Chin Chin is a local favourite to try when you have flights Brisbane to Melbourne. Located down a CBD laneway, Chin Chin features a menu of excellent Southeast Asian dishes. Order meals à la carte or go for the “Feed Me” option, in which your server will keep bringing you dishes to try until you’re full. After your meal, head downstairs to GoGo Bar for an impressive cocktail menu. Be warned though, you need to arrive super early or around peak meal times to avoid having to wait upwards of an hour for a table.
Brunetti has a few locations around Melbourne, with its largest cafe outpost located on Lygon Street in Carlton. Visit Brunetti after your flights Brisbane to Melbourne for an Italian-style coffee and a wide range of delicious pastries and gelato.
Vue de Monde
If you are looking for a special meal out after your Brisbane to Melbourne flights, Vue de Monde has got you covered. Known for its incredible food as well as its panoramic view over the city, Vue de Monde has become an institution in Melbourne. The menu is constantly evolving to reflect ingredients that are in season. For a great introduction to the restaurant’s creative menu, try their tasting menu, which is available for both lunch and dinner.
Rice Paper Scissors
Rice Paper Scissors offers two locations – one in Fitzroy and another in the heart of Chinatown. The restaurant offers a hawker-style atmosphere that will have you feeling like you’re in Southeast Asia. The menu is made up of Southeast Asian street food favourites, such as pork buns, banh mi, crispy tofu bao, and lobster dumplings. There is also an extensive cocktail menu to accompany your meal.
Two Birds One Stone
Located in South Yarra, Two Birds One Stone is a bright cafe to visit after your cheap flights Brisbane to Melbourne. The cafe menu changes each season, but it always offers plenty of variety. When you dine at Two Birds One Stone, you can expect amazing coffee, egg and avocado dishes, French toast, salads, and sandwiches.
Public Transport and How to Get Around After Flights Brisbane to Melbourne
After arriving on your Brisbane to Melbourne flights, you’ll have no trouble making your way around the city and its suburbs. Melbourne has a good public transport system made up of trains, trams and buses. The train network travels to many major stations, including Flinders Street, Melbourne Central, South Yarra and Richmond. Trams are a popular way to get around when you have cheap flights to Melbourne from Brisbane. Within the CBD, trams are free to ride. The City Circle is an old-fashioned tram that is specifically aimed at tourists. It travels around the city centre, stopping at major landmarks and offering commentary during the ride. In order to pay for each mode of transportation, you can use a Myki transport card, which can be purchased from train stations and 7/11 shops.
In order to travel into the city from the airport after your flights Brisbane to Melbourne, you can catch a SkyBus to Southern Cross Station in the CBD. SkyBuses are available throughout the day from both Melbourne Airport (MEL) and Avalon Airport (AVV).
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the quarantine regulations when entering Melbourne?
Australia has strict quarantine regulations and some of the items prohibited from being brought into the country include certain fresh or packaged food, plus fruit, eggs, meat, plants, animal skin and feather products. For information regarding customs and quarantine regulations, refer to the Australian Government website.
How far is Melbourne Airport from Melbourne's CBD?
Melbourne Airport is located 23 kilometres from the CBD. It takes about 20 to 35 minutes to drive, depending on traffic.
What are the warmest months in Melbourne?
Melbourne’s warmest months are from December to February. These summer months have an average daytime temperature of 26°C. However, with Melbourne's reputation for the ever-changing temperatures and conditions, it is common for days throughout September to November, and in March and April, to experience warm weather.
How big is Melbourne?
The Greater Melbourne region covers 9,990 square kilometres, and the City of Melbourne encompasses measures 28 square kilometres.
What is the average price of a hotel in Melbourne for one night?
Melbourne has a large variety of accommodation options to cater to travellers on all budgets. As a guide however, the average price of a mid-range hotel in Melbourne is $186 per night based on twin share.
What are the typical shop opening hours in Melbourne?
Shops in Melbourne CBD generally open on Monday to Friday between 9.00am and 10.00am and close between 5.00pm to 6.00pm. On Thursdays and Fridays, some shops in the CBD and suburban shopping centres remain open until 9.00pm. Shops may have shortened operating hours on Sundays.