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Cheap Broome to Melbourne Flights
Melbourne is Australia's second-largest city. It's one of the world's most liveable cities, but one of it's biggest claims to fame is its passion for sports.
With two direct flights each week between Broome and Melbourne, you can discover for yourself what this vibrant metropolis has to offer. Book your trip with leading airline Qantas and use Webjet to find the lowest airfare prices.
Ready to go on a new adventure? Here's everything you need to know about flying from Broome to Melbourne!
Departing from Broome
Getting to Broome Airport
There are no scheduled buses and trains to and from Broome Airport.
However, most of the hotels and resorts in the area offer private transfers to their guests.
If your accommodation doesn't have this service, you can take a metered taxi to the airport. You'll need to call ahead to arrange the time and place of your pick-up.
Parking at Broome Airport
Broome Airport has one parking lot available for long and short-term stays. Rates start at AUD 15 per day, and you'll need to purchase a permit from one of the following locations.
Administration Office: Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Customer Service Desk by the Departure Terminal: Monday to Friday from 5:00 p.m. to late as well as weekends and public holidays.
Arriving at Melbourne Airport
Getting from Melbourne Airport to Your Hotel
Take the Skybus City Express. It's a 24-hour service that runs between the airport and Melbourne's CBD. A one-way trip costs AUD 19, and it's one of the best ways to get into town if you're arriving on a red-eye flight.
Grab a taxi or use a ride-sharing service like Uber. The cab drivers will be waiting outside of the terminal, and a trip into Melbourne costs between AUD 56-62. If you've requested a ride, you can meet your driver at the closest pickup zone.
Hire a car. There are several car rental desks inside the arrival hall that have options for every kind of traveller and budget.
Other transport options include using a private transfer or one of the regional bus services.
Things to Do in Melbourne
- Visit the Melbourne sports stadium. It's considered one of the best in the world and has played host to the 1956 Olympic Games and 2006 Commonwealth Games. It's also the birthplace of test cricket and visitors can take a 75-minute tour of the greatest moments in sporting history.
- Spend an afternoon at the National Gallery of Victoria. It's the oldest public art gallery in the country and holds more than 70,000 works of art.
- Go on a riverboat cruise down the Yarra River. You can take a one-hour River Gardens Melbourne Sightseeing Trip past the city's top sights such as the Melbourne Cricket Ground and the Royal Botanic Gardens.
- Browse the stalls at the Queen Victoria Market. It's been running since 1878 and has everything from fresh produce to unique souvenirs and antiques. If you're in town over the summer months, you can catch one of the many music concerts and other special events.