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Looking for a change in scenery? A trip to Brisbane is just the ticket. Book cheap flights to Brisbane from Melbourne here on Expedia.com.au and you’ll be shaking things up in this city in no time. Have your mate drop you off at departures level one at Melbourne Airport (MEL), or drive yourself and pre-book parking online before you arrive. The long-term car park will accommodate longer trips, while at-terminal parking is available if you’re in a dash.
Your Melbourne flight will arrive at Brisbane Airport (BNE). Your ride can meet you at the pick-up road in front of the terminal, but if they’re waiting for you deplane, they can sit in the area next to P2 long-term car park for up to 15 minutes at a time. As far as car parks are concerned, the airport includes domestic and international lots, as well as an off-site car park, which provides a shuttle to the terminal.
Melbourne to Brisbane flights take you 1,300 km north to another city bursting with activity. Spend the two and a half hours planning a day trip to the sprawling waterfront of Gold Coast to soak up some rays. Rent a car in Brisbane here with us, and you can zoom from coast to city centre at your leisure. When the sun sets, Brisbane’s nightlife has plenty to offer with casinos, bars, clubs, and a vibrant music scene. Dream big while flying high, and then get moving—the city is less than 20 km away.
You hear Brisbane beckoning, so why not answer the call? Cheap flights from Melbourne to Brisbane are mere moments away. You can soon be experiencing cuteness overload at Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, seeing stars at Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium, or snaking your way through the city on the Brisbane River. It’s high time you see it in all its glory—get your cheap flights to Brisbane on Expedia.com.au today.