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Flights from Melbourne Airport

Melbourne Airport, sometimes called Tullamarine Airport, is Melbourne’s primary international and domestic gateway. It barely takes 25 minutes to drive from Melbourne’s Central Business District to the airport on the Tullamarine Freeway.

Transportation services to Melbourne airport from the city centre are generally fast, convenient and reliable. Skybus, an express bus service, transports visitors to and from the airport. You may wish to purchase either one-way or return trip tickets at the bus stop or online. The public bus network in Melbourne is also comprehensive, and finding a route from the city centre to the airport is relatively straightforward.

Before you leave the cosmopolitan city of Melbourne however, don’t forget to check out these attractions!

DFO Essendon

If you wish to do some shopping while staying close to Melbourne Airport, why not head to DFO (Direct Factory Outlets) Essendon, home to an extensive collection of shops ranging from Coach to Billabong to Levis. Perfect for any last minute shopping needs, DFO Essendon is open seven days a week, and is easily accessible by public transportation or car.

Melbourne Zoo

A mere five minutes from the city centre lies the Melbourne Zoo, where you can find more than 250 species of animals from all around the world. Victoria’s native species are also showcased here. Melbourne Zoo’s various interactive exhibitions and fascinating displays are great for entertaining and educating both children and adults.

Crown Entertainment Complex

Can’t decide on just one thing? Head to the Crown Entertainment Complex - a smorgasbord of engaging entertainment opportunities. From delicious dining options to cinemas and even an indoor amusement park, the complex has so much to offer.

When you’re ready for your next travel adventure, consider visiting some of these places:

Vanuatu

Yearning for some beautiful, pristine beaches? The island nation of Vanuatu is just what you need. Located east of Australia, Vanuatu is not only ideal for water sports, but is also a burgeoning hub of spa resorts and luxurious living. The country is also famous for some amazing dive sites, including the “SS President Coolidge” wreck, one of the largest wreck dives sites in the world.

Tasmania, Australia

If you are looking to explore more of Australia, why not move to the state of Tasmania? Famed for its abundance of Australian wildlife and natural landscapes, Tasmania is a hive of activity. Visitors shouldn’t miss out on animals like wallabies, eagles and the native Tasmanian devil, a marsupial found only in Tasmania. The state also has a burgeoning food and arts scene, which is great for visitors looking to indulge their palates and their minds.

Seoul, South Korea

With seven varied and dynamic tourist districts, Seoul, is perfect for the inexhaustible traveler. The city is buzzing at all hours of the day, from the revered temples to the bustling night markets. One spot particularly popular with tourist and locals alike is the Dongdaemun market, which offers an overwhelming selection of shops selling all sorts of items. Visitors looking to relax may wish to seek out a Jjimjilbang – a Korean spa where you can soak all your aches away and also stay for the night. Travel within Seoul is easy and efficient, with a comprehensive and reliable bus network covering almost every part of the country.

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