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Bass Strait is the stretch of water between mainland Australia and Tasmania. The sea route is operated by the TT-Line, with the passenger / vehicle ferry Spirit Of Tasmania. This vessels offer an overnight and day service from Melbourne to Devonport seven days a week, year round, with additional services in peak periods. The Spirit of Tasmania travels Bass Strait year round, between Station Pier in Port Melbourne and Devonport on Tasmania’s north coast.

Jetstar operates low-cost services from Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane direct to Hobart and Launceston, and from Adelaide direct to Hobart. Jetstar is the low-cost airline of Qantas.

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Virgin Blue is a budget airline providing daily services to and from Hobart and Launceston.The company flies to all Australian States and Territories.

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Qantas flies daily into Hobart from Melbourne and Sydney, and daily into Launceston from Melbourne. Qantas subsidiary Qantaslink flies into Devonport.

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Regional Express (REX) operates daily services from Melbourne to Burnie and King Island.

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Tiger Airways is a low-cost airline providing daily flights into and from Launceston and Hobart.  The company’s majority owner/operator is Singapore Airlines.

tiger airways tasmania

Tasair is Tasmanian-based and operates commuter services between Hobart and Burnie (Wynyard), Devonport and King Island.  The company’s fleet comprises Piper Chieftains and Aero Commanders.

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Airlines of Tasmania operates airline and charter service throughout Tasmania and Australia. The airline provides essential services to remote destinations such as Flinders Island, Cape Barren Island and Tasmania’s west coast.

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King Island Airlines flies into King Island from Moorabbin (Victoria).

king island airlines

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 airline Qantaslink.

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 round.

REX flys to Burnie from Melbourne and to Bass Strait islands.

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 prices.

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 Melbourne.
  • 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.
  • So whether you are travelling to Tasmania for camping, bushwalking or any outdoor pusuit both flying and taking the day or overnight ferry are affordable options.
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