Hobart International Airport, also referred to simply as Hobart Airport, is an airport located on Strachan Street in Cambridge, Tasmania. The terminal is roughly 17km northeast of the centre of Hobart, and is the main passenger airport in the state.
At the airport in Hobart you will find a number of handy facilities. The terminal has retail stores and gift shops selling items like souvenirs, books, magazines, confectionary, gifts and more; plus baggage trolleys, baby change rooms, a post box, public telephones, ATMs, bathrooms, and tourism information brochures. If you’re hungry or thirsty while you’re at the airport, you can also take advantage of the multiple eateries on site, such as Trattoria Prego, Black Cafe, Lavazza, and Ironhouse Bar.
· Driving: If you decide to drive yourself to Hobart Airport, you will see that there are three parking spots at the terminal: the main car park, valet parking, and a “saver” car park that is a short walk away. Alternatively, if you purchase a flight to Hobart, you might like to hire a vehicle online and then pick it up once you arrive. The journey between the airport and the Hobart city centre takes around 20 minutes.
· Buses: There are shuttle bus services run by the Redline Airporter bus company which go between Hobart city and the terminal, dropping off or picking up passengers from various hotels and motels.
· Taxi: There are plenty of taxis available in Hobart city and at the airport for your convenience. At the terminal, the taxi rank is located right out the front of the airport building. There are also phone numbers for the major taxi firms listed inside the terminal, near the baggage carousels, if you need to call a cab when you arrive. If you require a mini-van or other type of special taxi, let the kerbside assistants know and they will radio one through for you.
This information is correct as of July 2016.