How to fly to Tasmania

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If you're thinking about heading to Tasmania, remember it's only a short flight away!

All of Australia's East Coast mainland capitals fly direct to Hobart or Launceston, with Melbourne to Devonport and Wynyard services also available, making getting to your Tassie destination very convenient.

It's not too long a journey either. While flying to/from somewhere like Darwin will take a few hours, Tasmania is only an easy hour's flight away from Melbourne or a few minutes more on direct services from Sydney.

You can also rest assured you'll have your pick of the bunch when it comes to airlines. A number of different operators fly between mainland Australia and Tasmania, including Virgin Australia, Jetstar, Qantas and Tiger.

That means options aplenty for flight times, cost and comfort levels.

Once you're in Tasmania, you might even get the urge to fly to one of its offshore islands.

You can actually fly to Kings Island from Melbourne, or head there from Launceston or Burnie airport on Regional Express, Sharp Airlines or King Island Airlines.

Flinders Island is also only a hop, skip and a jump away. You can fly there from Launceston, or even straight from Victoria. Check out Sharp Airlines and Airlines of Tasmania.

If it's so quick and easy to get to Tasmania – what's stopping you? A veritable paradise awaits.

Board Hobart Int'l Airport

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