Cheap Hobart to Canberra Flights

Canberra Parliament House

The political capital of Australia, Canberra is also the Australian Capital Territory's capital city but is best known as the home of Australian Parliament. A holiday destination favoured by visitors from Tasmania, cheap Hobart to Canberra flights make the city an affordable escape and offer the opportunity to see home of Australia's treasures in person. Apart from Parliament House, the Australian War Memorial and the National Gallery of Australia are must-see attractions in Canberra. One of the world's few planned cities, everything is easily accessed including Canberra's diverse range of scenery including coastline, highlands, countryside, wine growing regions and alpine landscapes.

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Canberra Parliament House

Qantas offers Hobart to Canberra flights daily via Sydney and Melbourne taking between 3 hours to 5 hours while Virgin Australia offers cheap Hobart to Canberra flights daily via Sydney and Melbourne taking between 3.5 hours to 9.5 hours. As these flights are only domestic trips and much shorter than international flights, drinks, snacks and entertainment aren't included in the airfare but are available on board for purchase. Up to 7kg or carry-on and 23kg or checked baggage is generally included with each airfare but can differ depending on your fare type and the airline you fly with so it is wise to check these details with the airline when you book your flight.

Arriving at Canberra International Airport, cheap Hobart to Canberra flights land just 10 minutes from the centre of the city at the combined international and domestic terminal on the east-west arterial. The main airport serving the Australian Capital Territory, Canberra Airport is the eighth busiest airport in Australia and offers an excellent range of transport options including taxis, public transport, private transport arrangements and a number of car hire service providers. No matter which method of transport you choose, you're just minutes from the city's interesting blend of modern and heritage architecture as well as Canberra's most popular shopping, dining, entertainment and attractions.