• Newcastle to Hobart

    with Link Airways


Link Airways Newcastle to Hobart

Link Airways connects Newcastle (Williamtown) and Hobart via Canberra six days a week.

Flights depart Newcastle in the morning and arrive in Hobart at lunchtime. Depart Hobart at lunchtime and arrive in Newcastle late afternoon. All luggage is automatically checked through allowing you ample time to refresh and get to your gate while transiting at Canberra Airport. Boasting a full inflight service from our cabin crew, including hot and cold beverages and premium snacks with complimentary beer/wine available on all afternoon and evening services - travel in comfort on our Saab 340B Plus aircraft. Link Airways is proud to be Australian owned and operated.

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Flights from Newcastle (Williamtown) to Hobart via Canberra

Located at the entrance to the Derwent River, Tasmania’s capital city has something for everyone. With its captivating history, picturesque waterways, rugged mountains and gourmet experiences, it's easy to see why Lonely Planet has ranked Hobart as one of the top ten spots to visit in the world right now! Award-winning restaurants offer fine dining experiences using the best Tasmanian produce recognised by the world's best chefs, while on the waterfront punts and fishmongers sell the freshest seafood straight from the Southern Ocean. Enjoy the contrast of elegant heritage sandstone alongside modern architecture. Explore Salamanca Place, a short walk from the waterfront, with its galleries, theatres, craft shops and restaurants in 1830s Georgian warehouses and on Saturdays enjoy the food and entertainment of Salamanca Market, Australia's best outdoor market. Take a walk along Hobart's iconic waterfront, explore the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery or take a ferry up river to MONA for an out-of-this-world modern art experience.

Things to do in Hobart

Flights from Hobart to Newcastle (Williamtown) via Canberra

Situated on the east coast of NSW, Newcastle is the states’ second-largest city. Known for golden sand beaches, a laid back lifestyle, great food, its busy, working harbour, and an eclectic arts scene. The cafes, restaurants and bars, unique architecture and rich history stretch from the city to the suburbs. Only a 30 min drive from spectacular Port Stephens or Nobbys Beach, which marks the start of Bathers Way, a spectacular five kilometre coastal trek from historic Nobbys Head Lighthouse to Glenrock State Conservation Area. At the southern end of Newcastle Bight you will find Stockton Beach, famous for its sweeping sand dunes that make up the largest moving dune system in the southern hemisphere, as well as four wheel drive adventures and shipwreck remains. Looking for even more options to eat and drink your way through? Take a trip to the nearby Hunter Valley where world-famous wineries, acclaimed restaurants and delicious local produce await. There’s plenty to do, for both indoor and outdoor types, come and see for yourself.

Things to do in Newcastle