SYD to MEL Flights

Sydney and Melbourne Airports

Trade the ocean views at Bondi Beach for the shops at Queen Victoria Market when you book Sydney to Melbourne flights. To kick start your adventure in the south, from New South Wales to Victoria, head to Sydney Airport (SYD), one of the world’s oldest commercial international airports. Located roughly 8 km south of city centre, the airport offers a number of options to accommodate your arrival. Driving yourself? Head to the P1, P2, or P3 car parks, located next to the Domestic Terminals, or make your way to the Blu Emu Car Park, which provides shuttle service. Alternatively, if your mate is giving you a ride, cruise over to the drop-off zone on the departures level.

Flights from Sydney to Melbourne arrive at Tullamarine Airport (MEL). Also called Melbourne Airport, it provides a number of parking options. There’s a long-term car park, along with a lot that serves T1, T2, and T3, and another that provides spaces for T4. There’s a pick-up zone on Arrivals Drive for T1, T2, and T3, and a separate area for T4 on level two of the Transport Hub. As for the drop-off zone, departures level one is designated for T1, T2, and T3, and the Transport Hub level one is designed for T4.

Route Information

In just 1 ½ hours on the airplane, you’ll begin seeing the Victoria coastline. Grab a window seat and see if you can pinpoint the Yarra Valley below. Flights to Melbourne cover just over 700 km, so grab something to sip on, flip through a magazine, and you’ll be landing in no time.

Booking Your Flight Today

Don’t spend a fortune on your airfare. Here at Expedia.com.au, we offer cheap flights to Melbourne from Sydney, so you can keep your wallet happy. When you browse through our travel arrangements, you’ll also come across cheap deals on car rentals in Melbourne. Hire a car with us and have it waiting for you as soon as you land at MEL. Once you’ve had your fair share of the Royal Botanic Gardens and the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne, pack up your bags, book Sydney plane tickets, and head back to NSW.

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