|Address||Departure Drive, Tullamarine, VIC 3045, Australia|
|Telephone||+61 3 9297 1600.|
|Website||melbourneairport.com.au(Opens an external website in a new tab)|
|Number of terminals||4|
|Time zone||GMT Australian Eastern Standard Time: GMT/UTC +10 (GMT/UTC +11 from 4 October to 5 April 2014)|
|Location||Melbourne Airport is located 25km (15 miles) northwest of Melbourne.|
|Transfer between terminals||Terminals 1, 2 and 3 are located within the same complex and are linked by covered walkways. Terminal 4 is adjacent to the main building.|
|Driving directions||From Melbourne city centre, take the northbound CityLink toll road (this becomes the Tullamarine Freeway), which leads to the airport. It's possible to avoid toll fees using the Western Ring Road instead.|
|Car rental||Car hire companies at Melbourne Airport include: Avis, Budget, Europcar, Hertz, Redspot and Thrifty. These operators have desks in the domestic terminals and offices on the ground floor of the short-term car park.|
|Public transport and taxis||Bus:
SkyBus (tel: +61 3 9335 2811;
www.skybus.com.au(Opens an external website in a new tab)
) operates every 10 minutes, 24 hours a day, between Melbourne Airport and the city centre's Southern Cross Station (journey time: 20 minutes; fare: A$18).A number of public buses (tel: +61 1800 800 007;
www.ptv.vic.gov.au(Opens an external website in a new tab)
) connect the airport with destinations in and around Melbourne. SmartBus 901 links to Broadmeadows Station, which has rail links to the city centre. Information on all routes and schedules is available from the information desks in the terminal building or from the airport's website. Tickets for all buses can be purchased online or at the ticket offices outside Terminals 1 and 3. All buses depart from outside Terminal 1.
Taxis into the city centre are available from local outfits, including, 13 Cabs (tel: +61 13 2227;
www.13cabs.com.au(Opens an external website in a new tab)
). The journey time into Melbourne is approximately 30 to 40 minutes, depending on traffic conditions. Fares start at around A$60.For those looking to make the transfer from the terminal to central Melbourne in style, a helicopter taxi service is available (tel: +61 3 9629 5099;
www.airmelbourne.com.au(Opens an external website in a new tab)
). The journey time is a speedy 6 minutes and the single fare is A$274.
|Car parking||Melbourne Airport has long- and short-term car parks, as well as express and business parking – all car parks are open 24 hours a day. Short-term parking is located in the multistorey car park in front of the passenger terminals, to which it is connected via covered walkways. A free, 24-hour shuttle bus runs from the main long-term car park to the terminals, while the multistorey long-term car park is located opposite Terminals 1, 2 and 3. Express parking is available next to Terminals 3 and 4. The business car park offers undercover parking and is a short walk from Terminal 1.|
|Information and help desks||The Travellers Information Desk (tel: +61 3 9297 1805), located in the Arrivals area of Terminal 2, is open from 0700 to midnight every day. There is also an information desk in the departures area.|
Banking and currency facilities are available from the ANZ bank branches in the departures and arrivals areas of Terminal 2. In addition, Travelex bureaux de change kiosks are located in the same terminal. ATMs are positioned throughout the airport.
The airport's free Wi-Fi internet access is available in the public areas and departure gates of Terminals 2, 3 and 4. Qantas provides free Wi-Fi access in Terminal 1. Internet kiosks are located at various points within each terminal. Public telephones can be found throughout Terminals 1, 2 and 3.
A large variety of cafés, bars and restaurants are available in Terminal 2, including a tapas bar and eateries serving international and local cuisine. Terminal 3 has a few options ranging from fast-food outlets to cafés and bars; while Terminal 4 has a small choice of juice bars.
Terminal 2 has the most choice when it comes to shopping. As well as GST-free and Downtown Duty-Free outlets, the terminal houses a range of fashion boutiques, gift retailers, bookshops and newsagents. Terminal 3 has a smaller selection, while Terminal 4 is home to a newsagent's.
Left-luggage facilities are available in the arrivals area of Terminal 2. Terminal 1 lost property enquiries (tel: +61 3 8336 4100) are dealt with separately from those in the rest of the airport, which are handled by the Travellers' services (tel: +61 3 9297 1805).
Other available facilities at Melbourne Airport includes baby-changing rooms, a medical practice and a pharmacy in Terminal 2, a prayer room and showers (also both located in Terminal 2).
|Conference and business facilities||There are a number of airline lounges for passengers in the departure areas. Extensive conference and meeting facilities are provided by the ParkRoyal Melbourne Airport hotel (tel: +61 3 8347 2000; www.parkroyalhotels.com(Opens an external website in a new tab)), which is linked to Terminals 2 and 3 via a walkway. The Holiday Inn Melbourne Airport (tel: +61 3 9933 5111; www.ihg.com(Opens an external website in a new tab)), which is a short shuttle bus ride away, also offers business facilities and meeting space.|
|Disabled facilities||Wheelchair-accessible toilets, travelators and lifts are provided throughout Melbourne Airport. A TTY telephone is available for use on the ground floor of Terminal 2. Wheelchairs can be requested from individual airlines; passengers should inform their airline in advance or contact the Travellers' Information Desk. Disabled parking is available in the on-site car parks. Any passengers who may require additional assistance are advised to contact their airline before travelling.|
|Airport hotels||There is one hotel linked directly to Melbourne Airport, the ParkRoyal, which has pedestrian access to Terminals 2 and 3. There are a number of other accommodation options nearby, and there is a large selection in the city centre – accommodation can be booked through the Travellers' Information Desk. Our Melbourne Airport guide offers the following accommodation options:|
Ciloms Airport Lodge
A short drive via courtesy bus from the airport, this simple motel-style accommodation offers business and meeting facilities, an indoor pool, gym and sauna to complement its restaurant and bar.
Tullamarine, 398 Melrose Drive
Victoria 3043, Australia
Tel: +61 3 9335 2788.
Web: www.ciloms.com.au(Opens an external website in a new tab)
ParkRoyal Melbourne Airport
The ParkRoyal Melbourne Airport is the closest available accommodation to the airport, being linked, via a walkway, to Terminals 2 and 3. The 276-room hotel has a gym, restaurant, bar and café, as well as extensive conference and meeting facilities.
Tullamarine, Arrival Drive
Victoria 3045, Australia
Tel: +61 3 8347 2000.
Web: www.parkroyalhotels.com(Opens an external website in a new tab)
Ibis Budget Melbourne Airport
Boasting private car parking, paid-for Wi-Fi internet access and a vending machine for snacks, the low-cost Ibis Budget Melbourne Airport is a short walk from the terminals. Rooms are charged at a standard rate and can accommodate up to three people.
Caldwell Drive Melbourne Airport
3045 Tullamarine, Australia
Tel: +61 3 8336 1811.
Web: www.ibis.com(Opens an external website in a new tab)
Holiday Inn Melbourne Airport
Holiday Inn Melbourne Airport is a short distance from Melbourne Airport and is connected to the terminals via a shuttle bus service. The hotel has a 24-hour business centre, 'Park, Stay and Go' parking service and an on-site restaurant.
Melbourne Airport, 10-14 Centre Road
Melbourne 3045, Australia
Tel: +61 3 9933 5111.
Web: www.ihg.com(Opens an external website in a new tab)
|Full airport name||Melbourne Airport|