Getting Here

By air

Tasmania’s airports in Hobart, Launceston, Devonport and Burnie all service regular commercial arrivals and departures. All airport terminals also include car rentals, café and bar facilities.

Hobart is serviced by regular flights by Qantas, Qantas Link, Jetstar, Virgin Blue and Tiger airlines. Launceston Airport has regular services to and from mainland capitals by Qantas, Jetstar, Virgin Blue and Tiger Airways.

Devonport and Burnie offer smaller airports with regular turboprop services to the mainland.

By sea/car

You can travel to Tasmania with your own car, campervan or caravan aboard the Spirit of Tasmania’s two car and passenger ferries, the Spirit of Tasmania I and II.  Overnight crossings between Melbourne and Devonport depart daily year-round, with additional day crossings available during peak holiday times. Both ferries also offer restaurants, bars, a cinema and shops.

By bus

There are a number of bus services accessing the east coast:

Calows Coaches

Calows Coaches operate a daily return service between St Helens and Launceston during school terms. During school holidays there is no Saturday service. Calows also operates a return service from Bicheno to Launceston and Bicheno to St Helens each Monday-Friday and Sunday. A connection to Hobart is also available via Tassielink. (Please note: timetables may be subject to change on public holidays).

TassieLink

TassieLink provides a service from Hobart to Bicheno four days a week (Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun) with connections through the Bicheno Coach Service to Freycinet National Park and Coles Bay.

Bicheno Coach Service

Please note: bookings are required for all services

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