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Gold Coast to Hobart Flight Information

Below are some common questions asked about this flight route:

When can I book the cheapest flight from Gold Coast to Hobart?

Airlines adjust prices for plane tickets from Gold Coast to Hobart based on the day and time that you book your flight. After analyzing data from all airlines, we have discovered that the best days to book flights are Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.

How frequent are direct flights from Gold Coast to Hobart?

There are 0 direct flights from Gold Coast to Hobart.

What is the most popular airline for non-stop flights from Gold Coast to Hobart?

provides of the non-stop flights between Gold Coast and Hobart.

Airlines flying this route:
Airports in Gold Coast:
Airports in Hobart:
Average duration of direct flights: 2h40m

Gold Coast to Hobart Flight Schedule

Flight info. Departure
Arrival
Route Weekly Schedule
11:35 OOL 15:15 HBA
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Flights from Gold Coast to Hobart Airport (HBA)

30 Jan, 11:00 - 6 Feb, 09:00
TT | Tigerair Australia
2h 40m
OOL - HBA
Nonstop
AU$215
Round-trip from
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19 Mar, 08:45 - 24 Mar, 09:00
JQ | Jetstar Airways
6h 20m
OOL - HBA
1 stop
AU$244
Round-trip from
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30 Jan, 10:05 - 6 Feb, 09:00
VA | Virgin Australia
4h 55m
OOL - HBA
1 stop
AU$279
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4 Dec, 11:55 - 10 Dec, 09:00
QF | Qantas Airways
4h 15m
OOL - HBA
1 stop
AU$621
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14 Feb, 12:30 - 16 Feb, 06:00
QF | Qantas Airways
7h 25m
OOL - HBA
2 stop
AU$332
Round-trip from
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Prices shown are for 1 adult ticket including taxes & fees.(As ticket fares can change frequently, these advertised prices are for reference only. The actual prices will be shown at time of booking.)

Flight from Gold Coast (OOL) to Hobart (HBA)

The Tasmanian capital city, Hobart, is known for its gorgeous waterfront and the scenic view from Mount Wellington. In comparison to the other Australian cities, Hobart has a much smaller population. It has beautiful ports and sits on the river Derwent. Most of the city’s main attractions are situated closer to the river.

Hobart is the second oldest city in Australia and has a lot of Georgian and Victorian architecture. You can reach various tourist spots in Hobart within an hour on foot. They are making the city abode for those looking for a quaint stay with the most fulfilling walks. Hobart experiences four distinct seasons and is considered one of the colder cities in Australia, with a temperate oceanic climate. The island city is easily accessible by air from all other cities within the country. Amongst other Australian cities, Hobart is slowly and surely coming of its own with a growing rate of tourism and budding modernisation.

Tip: Attend the Saturday market in Salamanca and avoid using a vehicle in the region.

Travel to Hobart

A shuttle bus operates from the Hobart International Airport which can take you to the city centre which is about 20 kilometres away. The shuttle would be a cheaper option compared to a taxi ride. One could also opt for a shared taxi ride, which is readily available once you are at the airport.

Tiger Airways is the only airline that gives you a direct flight to Hobart, which takes you less than 3 hours from Gold Coast. The other airlines that offer you tickets on this route are Jetstar, Virgin Australia, and Qantas.

These connecting flights almost always fly through Sydney (SYD) or Melbourne (MEL) and in some cases both of them. A very few numbers of flights fly through Canberra (CBR) or Adelaide (ADL).

Tip: Wear a comfortable pair of shoes and explore the cities in Hobart on foot.

Things to do around Hobart

Hobart’s Central Business District has most of its workplaces, and you would have to head to the waterfront to experience what the city is all about. The most famous landmarks are Salamanca Market, Botanical Gardens, and Battery point that has old architecture made from golden sandstone. The Museum of Old and New Art more famously known as MONA has put Hobart on the map.

You can travel to the jagged mountain top known as Kunanyi by the aboriginals and famously called Mount Wellington. There is a budding coffee culture with quite a few places that serve you some great shots of caffeine. There are a handful of wineries and breweries serving you some of the best flavours, and with a dozen eateries, bars, and pubs Hobart could be your next holiday destination.

Tip: Plan your trip at the time of MONA FOMA (Museum of Old and New Art: Festival of Music and Art) to experience Hobart at its best.

Accommodation and cheap flights to Hobart are usually available. Though planning up and booking in advance would help you avail discounts more easily, log onto trip.com for the most comfortable plane and stay options.

Roundtrip vs One-Way Flights from Gold Coast to Hobart

There is usually no major price difference between buying a roundtrip flight versus a one-way flight. Increased flexibility is the main benefit when it comes to buying a one-way flight from Gold Coast to Hobart. However, booking a roundtrip flight is a simpler process. You can compare roundtrip and one-way flights by using our flight comparison tool.

Travel from Gold Coast to Hobart

Hobart attracts thousands of visitors every year for both business and pleasure. Planning a trip from Gold Coast to Hobart is easy when you use Trip.com to help you make travel arrangements. With Trip.com, you can search for available flights and hotel rooms, and then make your booking quickly and easily online.

A Trip to Remember

Make your journey from Gold Coast to Hobart a trip to remember when you use Trip.com to review city attractions before you arrive. With a preview of what's available at your destination, you can make any necessary reservations in advance for the best travel experience possible.

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