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A Traveler's Guide to Hobart Airport


 The Hobart Airport is located 17 kilometers from this southernmost city of Australia. If you are to go to Tasmania, this is the place where you should land. From the airport to any point in the city, the road to access is the Tasman Highway. The airport grounds are reached via the Holyman Avenue. The airport is in a scenic location, as it is nestled between Barilla Bay and Frederick Henry Bay.

To travel to and from the airport, you can take the public modes of transportation such as the bus or the taxi. There is a bus that leaves between the departure and arrival time of planes. The buses could take you to the Hobart Central Business District quite easily. These buses are provided for by the Tasmanian Redline Coaches.

The taxis are at the rank just outside the airport. If you want to travel in style, you better use the limousine service that is easily available as well. Of course, the fare varies greatly as to how far your destination is. Taxis are usually metered in Australia and ground transport fees apply.

If you really want to travel in style, what you should do is to hire a car for use during your entire stay in Hobart. There are many car hire companies available from the airport and you can book a car from them for as low as $39 a day. Avis, Budget, Europcar, and other car hire companies have small offices located near the airport's car park and you can easily collect your hired car from there.

For added convenience, you can book a car before you arrive through the many online car hire portals available today. With them, you speed up the process of hiring a car. Choose the car that you want to rent over the internet, reserve it, and just collect it when you arrive in Hobart. This way, you can immediately use the car after you have cleared it from the office of the car hire company. Different types of vehicles are available. If you book early, you may also qualify for discounts.


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