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The Cheapest One Way Canberra to Melbourne (Tullamarine) Flights.

TT One-Way flights from $69
Dep. Mon 18 Nov$69
Dep. Tue 19 Nov$69
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Dep. Wed 20 Nov$69
Dep. Thu 21 Nov$109
Dep. Sun 22 Sep$119
Dep. Mon 30 Sep$119
Dep. Tue 01 Oct$119
Dep. Sun 13 Oct$119
Dep. Sat 12 Oct$149
Dep. Sat 21 Sep$150
Dep. Thu 19 Sep$170
Dep. Fri 20 Sep$209
VA One-Way flights from $123
Dep. Mon 18 Nov$123
Dep. Tue 19 Nov$123
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Dep. Wed 20 Nov$123
Dep. Thu 21 Nov$126
Dep. Sat 12 Oct$169
Dep. Sun 13 Oct$169
Dep. Sun 22 Sep$172
Dep. Mon 30 Sep$172
Dep. Tue 01 Oct$181
Dep. Sat 21 Sep$242
Dep. Thu 19 Sep$244
Dep. Fri 20 Sep$287
QF One-Way flights from $143
Dep. Mon 18 Nov$143
Dep. Tue 19 Nov$143
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Dep. Wed 20 Nov$143
Dep. Thu 21 Nov$143
Dep. Sun 13 Oct$197
Dep. Mon 30 Sep$197
Dep. Tue 01 Oct$197
Dep. Sun 22 Sep$203
Dep. Sat 12 Oct$205
Dep. Thu 19 Sep$258
Dep. Sat 21 Sep$258
Dep. Fri 20 Sep$285
SQ One-Way flights from $1,511
Dep. Mon 16 Sep$1,511

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Do you need to catch a flight to Canberra? Check out our domestic flights to Canberra. If Canberra is not your closest airport, then here are all our flights to Melbourne (Tullamarine) from Australia and flights to Australia.

Melbourne Travel Information

Melbourne is a lively city located in southeastern Australia's Victoria. The metropolis is also the state's capital. Melbourne is a center for fine dining, rich culture, athletics and fashion. Because of that, it welcomes millions of tourists from around the globe every year. While the majority of the city's tourists come from Australia, a sizable portion come from abroad, too. Although Melbourne began in 1935 as a tiny settlement, it's currently a large, thriving and growing city.

Melbourne Tourist Attractions

If you're considering visiting Melbourne, there are many reasons to do so. First and foremost, the big city is chock-full of exciting and renowned attractions. Some of the city's most well-known points of interest include the National Sports Museum, the Melbourne Aquarium, the Royal Botanic Gardens, the State Library of Victoria, Queen Victoria Market, Fitzroy Gardens, the Melbourne Zoo, Federation Square and the IMAX Melbourne Museum. Whether you enjoy exploring fascinating museums or walking around serene parks full of gorgeous greenery, this Aussie city is sure to satisfy. The city is also a convenient destination for people who adore beaches and water sports. It's merely a brief drive away from some of the most popular beaches in the state, notably St. Kilda Beach. Many surfers appreciate the beaches in Victoria.

While the many attractions are indeed a big draw for potential visitors to Australia, the pleasant climate is, too. Melbourne typically has a temperate climate. Winters are usually cool. Summers can be warm or hot. Spring and fall months tend to be moderate, although they can sometimes be on the relaxingly warm side. Melbourne also doesn't get as much rain as Sydney or Brisbane.

Did you know...

  • Melbourne has the International Air Transport Association (IATA) airport code of MEL and Canberra has CBR.
  • The closest train station to Canberra airport is Canberra located at Kingston .
  • The shortest flight from Canberra to Melbourne one-way is 1 hrs 10 mins with Tigerair Australia
How to get from Canberra to Melbourne
Canberra (CBR)
 to 
Melbourne (MEL)
1h 10m