Tasmania is one of the most popular tourist destinations
for Australian residents and overseas visitors.
All Australian domestic airlines offer regular flights in and
out of Tasmania daily, with competitive rates and special
discount offers year round..
Qantas has direct services into Launceston and
Hobart from Melbourne and Sydney. Qantas also operates direct
flights into Burnie and Devonport from Melbourne using its subsidiary
Virgin Blue has direct flights from Melbourne to Launceston
and Hobart, as well as offering cheap flights from Brisbane,
Sydney and Adelaide to Hobart.
Jetstar flies from Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne direct to
Hobart and Launceston and from Adelaide to Hobart on a regular
basis, and also offers very affordable discount flights year
REX flys to Burnie from Melbourne and to Bass Strait
TT-Lin'e Tasmania's ferries Spirit Of Tasmania I and Spirit
Of Tasmania II travel from Port Melbourne to Devonport. Visiting
Tasmania by sea is a very economic and often a more pleasurable
way to venture across Bass Strait, especially given you can bring
your car, campervan, motorhome, 4WD, bike or motorcycle at affordable
During the summer months the Spirit Of Tasmania increases the
number of sailings it has to and from Tasmania.
Airlines flying to King and Flinders Islands are:
Airlines of Tasmania, regular services to Flinders
Island from Launceston & Moorabbin.
Regional Express (REX) fly to King Island from
King Island Airlines, specialises in flights to King
Island, from Moorabbin Airport in Melbourne Victoria.
TasAir is Tassie's regional airline servicing King
Island from both Devonport and Burnie.