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Hobart International Airport (HBA)

Dominated by the majestic Mt Wellington, which soars 1,271 metres above Hobart and is often sprinkled with snow even during the summer months, and home to the renowned Museum of Old and New Art, Hobart is Australia’s most southerly state capital and the oldest city after Sydney. This charming and quirky waterside city is rich in history, and buzzes with a thriving arts and food scene, and is home to the world-famous Salamanca Markets. Ensure your trip to or from Hobart gets off to a great start by booking your airport transfer on Jayride.com today.

Hobart International Airport is the gateway to Tasmania’s capital city, and is the state’s busiest airport and ninth busiest domestic airport in Australia, servicing more than two million passengers every year. The airport is located 17 kilometres northeast of the city centre, within the suburb of Cambridge, and every fortnight showcases local Tasmanian artisans with a ‘Meet the Maker’ stand in departures, which has everything from local chocolates to Tasmanian whiskey. Book your airport transfer on Jayride.com to avoid airport parking fees and taxi queues. You’ll also save yourself the worry of navigating a new city.

Flying into Hobart Airport is a very scenic approach, over the rugged natural landscapes Tasmania is renowned for. Due to the pristine and clean wilderness here, there are strict biosecurity regulations enforced in the airport to ensure that the island state remains bug and pest-free. Passengers must dispose of anything not permitted into Tasmania when disembarking the aircraft. There are a selection of dining options and shops available in departures, and if you need an airport hotel nearby,  Travelodge Hotel Hobart Airport Is located just outside the airport.

Top things to do in and around Hobart

  • Hike, cycle or drive up Mt Wellington; standing 1,271 metres above Hobart, you’ll be rewarded with breathtaking views of the whole city and beyond.
  • Don’t miss a visit to the quirky MONA (Museum of Old and New Art), the country’s largest privately funded museum, described as a ‘subversive adult Disneyland’ by owner David Walsh. Take the ferry for remarkable views of the museum as you approach, and enjoy the groundbreaking collections on show.
  • Head to the famous Salamanca Market on a Saturday morning to wander among the hundreds of stalls offering local produce, artisan goods and Tasmanian specialities. 
  • Explore the historic suburb of Battery Point, established in 1818, and visit the iconic Arthur Circus to see its historic cottages.
  • Take a ferry to Bruny Island for a visit to South Bruny National Park. You’ll be rewarded with beautiful landscapes and encounters with native wildlife.
  • Tour Port Arthur – the best preserved convict site in Australia – to delve into Tasmania’s convict history. For those brave enough, the UNESCO World Heritage Site also offers after-dark ghost tours.
  • Cruise along the Derwent River and spot the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens and Mt Wellington along the way.

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Strachan Street,
Cambridge,
Hobart,
Tasmania 7170,
Australia


Airport code: HBA
Currency: AUD


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