The Launceston airport is a one hour flight from Melbourne or a one and a half hour fight from Sydney and is located a 15 minute drive from Launceston’s CBD for more information on the Launceston Air Port.
Virgin Australia, a premium airline flies into the Launceston Airport through the day. For more information on Virgin Australia.
Jetstar, a budget airline flies into the Launceston Airport through the day. For more information on Jetstar.
Qantas, a premium airline flies into the Launceston Airport through the day. For more information on Qantas.
Spirit of Tasmania
The Spirt of Tasmania sales between Melbourne and Devonport Daily. For more information on the Spirit of Tasmania.
Rental cars from the Launceston Airport
There are many options when selecting a rental car from the airport. See more information about car rentals here.
Airporter Shuttle Bus
Airporter Launceston city hotels shuttle service operates between the Launceston Airport and Launceston hotels and accommodation including the Casino and University servicing all departures and meeting all arrivals. For more information on the Airporter Shuttle Bus.
Festival of Voices – Launceston
Festival of Voices brings captivating song to Launcestion in the heart of winter. The Festival of Voices offers a diverse range of concerts featuring the best in international and national talent as well as performances by our many touring and workshop ch
Great Chef Series – Tetsuya Wakuda
The Great Chefs Series is an opportunity for some of the most influential culinary minds in Australia to collaborate with some of the up and coming talent within the Tasmanian hospitality industry. TasTAFE Drysdale students across Events, Tourism, Hospita
Launceston Esk Market – Weekly
The Launceston Esk Market has a range of products on offer including refreshments, bric-a-brac, pre-loved items, clothing, books, tools, collectable tools, antique and craft items, knitting, sewing, beads, wooden and rustic furniture, novelties and toys.
It's the thrill of exotic fast cars competing under the toughest conditions. Over six days of Targa Tasmania, the world's best touring, sports and GT cars compete in competitive stages on the Island's toughest roads. They travel more than 2000 kilometres