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Cheap Launceston to Sydney Flights
Sydney is one of the world's most recognisable cities. With its iconic architecture, countless museums, art galleries, restaurants and shops - it's not hard to see why it's a top choice for travelling city slickers.
With an average flight time from Launceston to Sydney only 1h 35min, you'll be hitting the city's streets in no time. Book your trip with Jetstar or Virgin Australia and choose from one of the 14 weekly flights.
Ready to head for the clouds and discover someplace new? Here's a quick guide to everything you need to know about flying from Launceston to Sydney.
Departing from Launceston Airport
Getting to Launceston Airport
There are no public transport services like buses or trains that run between the city and the airport. The best way to get there if you don't have your own car is to use a taxi service or pre-book an airport shuttle.
A cab ride from the CBD costs around AUD 35 -38, and you can use the Smart Hail App to pre-book your trip.
For passengers staying at select Launceston hotels, you can use the airport shuttle. It costs AUD 15 per adult and AUD 14 for children.
Parking at Launceston Airport
There are four different car parks to choose from at Launceston Airport:
- Short Term Parking: Choose this lot if you're going to Sydney for the day. It costs AUD 23 for stays between 6-24 hours.
- Long Term Parking: For weekend trips, leave your car here. Rates are AUD 45 for three days, and the terminals are linked to the lot with a covered walkway.
- Undercover Parking: If you want absolute convenience and don't mind paying extra, use the airport's premium parking option. It's the closest lot to the terminals and costs AUD 36 for a 6-24 hour stay.
- Saver Parking: This is an ideal option for budget travellers. It's not far from the terminal buildings and only costs AUD 39 for a three-day stay.
Arriving at Sydney Airport
Getting from Sydney Airport to Your Hotel
Take the train. You'll skip Sydney's notorious traffic jams and reach the CBD in 13 minutes. The trains run from 5:00 a.m. to midnight and leave the airport every 10 minutes.
If you're on a budget, the best way to get from the airport is with a public bus. Take Route 400, and you'll reach the city for only AUD 5.60.
The taxi stands are outside of the domestic terminals. It is the more expensive option with a single trip costing between AUD 45-55 and taking 20-minutes depending on the traffic. You can also use the airport's free WiFi to request a ride with Uber.
If you prefer having your own set of wheels, you'll find the car rental companies on the arrivals level of T2 and T3.
Things to Do in Sydney
- Go on a day trip to Shark Island. It's one of the best places in Sydney to catch a wave. But be warned, the waves here are some of the heaviest in Australia, so it's not ideal for beginners.
- No trip to Sydney would be complete without visiting some of its most iconic landmarks. Join the crowds of other tourists and stop by the Harbour Bridge, go for a ferry ride in the harbour and snap a picture of the Sydney Opera House.
- Unwind in the Royal Botanic Gardens. It's a perfect spot for a picnic or an afternoon stroll if the hustle of the city is getting to you.
- Visit the Hyde Park Barracks Museum. It's a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is considered one of the most significant convict locations in the world.
- Spend an hour or two at the Art Gallery of New South Wales. Its collection boasts pieces from contemporary to indigenous with artworks by Pablo Picasso and ceramics from the Tang dynasty.