Cairns to Normanton Flights

Cairns to Normanton Flight Info

Cheapest return ticket price

AU$634
Cairns(CNS) ⇒ Normanton(NTN)

Cheapest direct flight price

AU$274
Cairns(CNS) ⇒ Normanton(NTN)

Frequently Asked Questions

  • When are flight tickets from Cairns (CNS) to Normanton (NTN) the cheapest?

    Airlines adjust prices for flights from Cairns to Normanton based on the date and time of your booking. By analyzing data from all airlines, on Trip.com, you can find the lowest flight prices on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.
  • How much do flights from Cairns (CNS) to Normanton (NTN) cost?

    According to Trip.com's data, the lowest price is around AU$963.
  • How long does it take to fly from Cairns (CNS) to Normanton (NTN)?

    It takes about 1 hour 30 minutes to fly from Cairns (CNS) to Normanton (NTN).
  • What is the transportation method from the main airport to downtown in Normanton?

    • The distance from Normanton Airport to downtown is about 1km, by taxi about 20 minutes.
  • What are the most popular airlines that fly from Cairns (CNS) to Normanton (NTN)?

    Airlines with flights from Cairns (CNS) to Normanton (NTN): Regional Express.
  • What's the most popular airline for non-stop flights from Cairns (CNS) to Normanton (NTN)?

    Regional Express operates 15 non-stop flights from Cairns (CNS) to Normanton (NTN).
  • How many airports are there in Normanton (NTN)?

    There are 1 airport(s) near Normanton (NTN): Normanton Airport.
  • What are some travel guidelines for Normanton during the COVID19 pandemic?

    Entry restrictions and flight schedule changes and cancellations are frequently updated and subject to change. If you plan to travel to Normanton, please obtain the most updated information from the airline you plan to book your travels with. You can also refer to COVID19 Country/Region Entry Restrictions for more information.
  • Which airlines offer free date changes for flights to this city during the COVID19 pandemic?

    There are no airlines with flights to this city that provide this service. Please use this information as a reference only and confirm with the airline prior to booking.

Cairns (CNS) to Normanton (NTN) Flight Schedule

Flight info.
Departure
Arrival
RouteWeekly Schedule

11:45

CNS

13:15

NTN

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12:30

CNS

14:00

NTN

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Flight from Cairns(CNS) to Normanton(NTN)

Normanton is home to unique ports and memorabilia to Burke and Wills expedition in 1861. If old rustic charm and indigenous Australians are what you are looking for, Normanton is the place to be. 

Normanton, located in the Gulf Country of Queensland, came into prominence at the discovery of gold in 1885. Though Burke and Wills explored the north, it was John King who furthered the expedition. Apart from having a rich history of aboriginal influence, Normanton also ushers in tourists for its buildings and country-town rustic vibe. Whether it’s the unusually shaped buildings or a life-size Krys the Savannah King at the council Park, Normanton will amaze you with the quiet port town life and extraordinary, unexplored marvel. 

Tip: It is said the best time to visit Normanton is after the ‘monsoon season.’ 

Flights from CNS to NTN

Normanton is serviced by Normanton Airport (NTN). The airport is located on Airport Road and flights are available to various locations from Monday to Friday. A new terminal was constructed in 2006. 

Flights from Cairns Airport (CNS) to Normanton Airport (NTN) are available. Flights of Regional Express airlines are available. Direct flights to Normanton (NTN) from Cairns Airport (CNS) are available and usually takes 1.5 hours. For cheap flights to Normanton (NTN) have layovers at Mount Isa Airport (ISA), Doomadgee Airport (DMD) and Burketown Airport (BUC). 

Tip: Flights are only available on the weekdays, so plan your travel accordingly.

Things to do in Normanton

Normanton is famous for The Gulflander – a truly unique railway line, initially built to be used by the beef industry which instead catered to the Croydon goldmine transportation. The Railway Station stands as memorabilia to the past times. Normanton is a town of unusual buildings. Purple Pub, with its interesting history and the fact that it’s painted purple stands out as the main tourist attraction. Other buildings include the Albion Hotel which owes its prominence to the humorous 14 sketches Captain Percy Tresize did on the countertop. They have been carved out as tiles and now hangs at the front door. Thee Burns Philip Building located at the corner of Landsborough and Caroline Street is the oldest surviving building of the town. 

Normanton is located by Norman River and offers an excellent spot for Barramundi fishing. 

Normanton has a fondness for crocodiles which is evident from the numerous statues. Catch the biggest life-size Big crocodile – Krys the Croc - statue at the corner of Landsborough and Haig Streets. Visit the extraordinary timber building of the Bank of New South Wales. 

Tip: If fishing is your primary interest, visit Normanton at the end of the wet season. 

Places to eat in Normanton

There are so many places around in Normanton that serve authentic Australian food. The Central Hotel Restaurant that serves an applaudable schnitzel. Since cattle supply and farming are plenty in Normanton, the food here is uniquely fresh. Stop for an Australian apple pie at Normanton Stop Shop. For some freshly brewed local drinks and great pub experience, visit Gulf Glass and Glazing. There are many takeaway joints too if that’s what you are looking for. 

Accommodation

There is Normanton Tourist Park if you are looking for resort accommodation. There are cheap accommodation available in motels and caravan parks if a night under the stars is what you want. 

Flights from Cairns to Normanton are available. Customize your search for the best and cheapest rates. Booking your flights along with hotels will get you even better deals. 

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