Prices were available within the past 7 days and start at AU$83 for one-way flights and AU$164 for round trip tickets from Kingsford Smith Intl. to Hobart Intl., for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.
|Origin Airport||Kingsford Smith Intl.|
|Destination Airport||Hobart Intl.|
|Airlines Serving||Jetstar, Qantas Airways, Virgin Australia|
Flights from Sydney to Hobart take you from oldest running commercial international airport to the small yet efficient Hobart International Airport (HBA) in Cambridge, Tasmania. With your cheap flights to Hobart in hand, leave Sydney CBD via the Airport Link train to Sydney Airport, 8 km south. Disembark at the station between domestic terminals 1 and 2, and head to the departures level. Trains run every 10 minutes, and the journey takes less than 15 minutes. If you drive to the airport, park in P1 or P2, both less than five minutes to the gates by foot. For long-term parking, there is the Blu Emu lot with a 15-minute shuttle ride to your gate.
Once you land, you’re only 17 km northeast of Hobart. Shuttle buses and taxis take passengers into the city in about 20 minutes. Public transportation is scarce, so it may be easiest to rent a car in Hobart and drive yourself. There is one car park at Hobart International Airport (HBA), which accommodates short- and long-term parking. Once in the city, head to Salamanca Place, where the famous Saturday markets are set up amongst elegant Georgian architecture. Walk Kelly’s Steps, built in 1839, to get to Battery Point to gaze at the neighbourhood’s historic homes.
Sydney to Hobart flights take almost two hours and cross over 1,000 km south over the Tasman Sea. Jetstar, Virgin Australia, and Qantas make the trip more than seven times a day, so cheap flights to Hobart from Sydney are easy to search.
Find excellent Sydney flight deals on Expedia.com.au and book today. There’s no time like the present to get your Tasmania holiday started, so bundle airfare and accommodation for even more savings. Before you know it, you’ll be smelling the flowers at the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens or seeing the sights atop Mount Wellington.