Hobart Airport Guide to Hobart International Airport (HBA)

Hobart Airport (HBA)

Use this website to quickly find the most important information about Hobart International Airport: Flights, Departures, Arrivals, Parking, Car Rentals, Hotels near the airport and other information about Hobart Airport. Plan your travel to HBA Airport with the information provided in this site.


Top domestic destinations from Hobart Airport are Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.


Hobart Airport handled 2,186,358 passengers in 2015.

Terminals + info

Hobart Airport has two passenger terminals for both international and domestic flights combined within the airport premises – They are connected to each other. Even though, since 1998, there aren’t international operations. The airport terminal is formed by two levels, distributed as follows:

- Ground level: The Arrivals Hall

- Upper level: The Check-on and the Departures Hall

Facilities and Services + info

Hobart Airport offers the following services to passengers:

- Car rental booths
- Baggage claim
- Free Wi-Fi connection
- Toilets
- Disabled toilets
- Parenting room
- Exclusive airport lounges
- Oversize baggage
- Lost & found
- Biosecurity
- Disabled assistance
- Retail stores
- Food and drink concessions
- Security Check
- Security Screening

Transport + info

The following means of transport are available at Hobart Airport to get to the city center:

Bus: The Hobart Airport Shuttle Service takes you to several destinations within Hobart. (more information)

Taxi: Get to Hobart downtown within 20 minutes. (more information)

- Car hire: Hire a car at the car hire companies in the Virgin and the TigerAir Arrivals Hire or through our search engine. (more information)

Contact Information

Find above several contact information regarding Hobart Airport:

Strachan Street
Cambridge, Tasmania, 7170

Phone: +61 3 62166 1600

About Hobart

Hobart is the largest and the main city of the island of Tasmania, in Australia. It is located in the south-east coast of Tasmania, on the estuary of the Derwent River. The city was founded as a penal colony of the British empire in 1804 which view a huge growth on the first quarter of the 20th century on industry as well as because of the immigration influx after WWII. Nowadays, its port serves for many of the operations and touristic expeditions to Antarctica.

Regarding tourism, Hobart is the main touristic hub given many of its popular attractions such as the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, the second oldest of its kind in Australia, the Tasman Bridge and the Hobart Synagogue – the oldest one in Australia. While your visit in Hobart, you should visit Mount Wellington. You can access to it by Fern Tree. You will get an astonishing view of Hobart’s skyline! Hiking is also highly recommended in Mount Wellington, since its counts with its own biodiversity.

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