Airports don't seem like the most important thing to think about when you're travelling, but they can mean more than you think. Sure they're not quite up there with say your actual flight or accommodation and yes you're just itching to reach your destination but where you arrive and the facilities that will or won't be available to you certainly impact your travel plans, especially if your flight includes a stopover. Whether you're killing time between flights, preparing to take off or arriving at your dream holiday destination, our handy guides on airports around the world and in Australia give you a good idea about transport options once you arrive, onsite facilities, nearby accommodation or attractions, travel distances to the main town or city and precious WiFi access.
There are hundreds of airports located throughout Australia, from smaller regional airports to larger airports in major cities. Whether you plan to travel domestically or overseas, our handy domestic airport guides give you an insight into some of the country's premier aircraft facilities throughout Queensland, New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory, Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia, Western Australia and the Northern Territory. It doesn't matter if you're travelling for business or pleasure, a short stay or an extended stay, or are bringing the whole family with you, these guides help you to figure out what you need and where to find it.
As exciting as travelling overseas is, figuring out where to go and what to do once you land at the airport can present its own challenges, particularly when visiting somewhere where the local language is foreign. Our handy international airport guides offer information and advice on international airports from Hawaii to Fiji, Bali to Thailand and Bangkok. With advice on transport options as well as nearby accommodation, certain currency, customs or duty conditions these guides also help you to find the best airports to fly into depending on which regions of the country you wish to visit.