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From 7 January 2024 onwards


From Sunday 7 January 2024 all Link Airways Melbourne flights will operate from Terminal 4 (T4) at Melbourne (Tullamarine) Airport.

Flights to Melbourne


Melbourne (Tullamarine) Airport Terminal 4 (T4) is located 22km north west of the city.

Melbourne is a city of passions. Traditional home to AFL, the football season brings out fans young and old for six months of the year. Melbourne is also known for a number of other sporting events and occasions, including the Formula One Grand Prix, Motor Cycle Grand Prix, international cricket, The Australian Tennis Open and the Melbourne Cup. For those interested in a different kind of culture, Melbourne has a thriving live and visual arts scene. From live music venues where independent bands play, through to the National Gallery of Victoria and Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) and the range of theatre performances (large scale musicals through to innovative, shoestring fringe theatre) – there is always something to do and see in Melbourne. You can while away hours in the CBD, shopping at leading fashion stores and exploring Melbourne’s famous laneways – dotted with fine dining establishments, wine bars and clubs. A short tram or train ride will take you out to some of the city’s well known inner urban precincts including Carlton’s famous Lygon Street and the seaside suburb of St Kilda. Not far from Melbourne lies the Yarra Valley. This region is famous for grape growing and wine making along with gourmet food and good eating.

More detailed information about how to spend time in Melbourne can be found here or prepare for your next flight to Melbourne by searching our current timetable. Link Airways also operates direct flights from Melbourne to Dubbo, direct flights from Melbourne to Orange and direct flights from Melbourne to Wollongong (Shellharbour).

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Things to do in Melbourne

Melbourne's metropolitan area offers tourists a diverse range of world-class dining, cultural activities, and sporting events. Melburnians are known for their passion for sports, fascination with the perfect brew (both coffee and beer), and a cutting-edge arts and culture scene that attracts international attention. The city has a chic, European vibe, with cafes and speakeasies concealed in graffiti-covered alleyways, rooftop bars with panoramic views of the city, and exciting live music venues featuring local and international acts. It's no surprise that Victoria's capital is known as one of the world's most liveable cities, with so much to see and do.

Places to stay in Melbourne

Choosing a hotel in Melbourne can be difficult because there are so many enticing choices. Do you want to stay in a hotel on a leafy backstreet in a trendy neighbourhood or along the city's ever-bustling laneways? Do you go for a hotel with great on-site restaurants or a lively rooftop bar? Do you prefer cutting-edge interiors or breathtaking views? Regardless of which of these welcoming hotels you choose, you will have a memorable stay.

Frequently Asked Questions

Thinking of booking a flight to Melbourne? For queries other than the FAQs below please contact us at reservations@linkairways.com.

Taxis and hire cars are available. Hire car providers include AVIS, Hertz, Thrifty, Realistic and Budget.

Melbourne's weather is notorious for being fickle - the city has been portrayed as having four seasons in one day - but it can be enjoyed all year. Summers in Melbourne are hot, with average temperatures ranging from 14 to 25.3°C. Melbourne's hottest months are normally January and February, when temperatures can reach 30°C on rare occasions. Autumn brings colder temperatures, with average temperatures varying from 10.9 to 20.3 degrees Celsius. Morning fog normally clears to welcome fine, sunny days, but there may be long periods of light winds towards the end of the season. In the winter, temperatures in the north-east of Victoria, known as High Country, vary from 6.5 to 14.2°C, and snow falls. The weather is frequently cold and gloomy, with frosty nights possible. At this time of year, heavy rain is uncommon. The average temperature in the spring ranges from 9.6 to 19.6°C. The season is notorious for being the most changeable of the year, with conditions ranging from calm and sunny to cold and windy in a matter of hours. Pack an umbrella since October is the wettest month of the year, with an average of 10 days of rain.

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