Quick Answer: Is there anywhere to sleep at Melbourne Airport?

While Melbourne Tullamarine Airport has several lounges, none have designated sleep rooms or rest areas. If you just want to relax in a comfortable environment, check out this list of lounges in our Melbourne Tullamarine Airport Guide that you can pay to access.

What to do in Melbourne Airport on a long stopover?

How to Make the Most of a Stopover at Melbourne Airport

  • Get to know Melbourne’s chefs.
  • Freshen up.
  • Take a mini-break.
  • Explore local history.
  • Go surfing.
  • Opening soon…

Does Melbourne Airport have a parents room?

Certain airlines have dedicated VIP lounges available at Melbourne Airport for selected passengers. Please contact your airline directly to confirm eligibility and availability.

International – membership lounges.

Airline Location
Air New Zealand/United Airlines. Open T2, first floor

Does Tullamarine Airport have a curfew?

Why Melbourne Airport? Melbourne Airport’s 24/7 curfew free operation and single terminal precinct offers the best connectivity proposition and lowest MCT in Australia.

Where can I sleep in Melbourne?

Here is my list of Melbourne’s top 5 sleepy hangouts.

  • Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne. The Royal Botanic Gardens is one of Melbourne’s most stunning natural attractions. …
  • Melbourne Central Community Kitchen Garden. …
  • The Banks of The Yarra River. …
  • South Lawn The University of Melbourne. …
  • Fitzroy Gardens.
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Can I transit through Melbourne Airport Covid?

You are no longer required to quarantine or hold a permit to enter Victoria from another Australian state or territory to visit, work, transit, or if you are a cross-border resident. … You must follow all Directions in place while you are in Victoria.

Are international flights still leaving Melbourne?

International flights never stopped into and out of Melbourne. You can still fly out of Melbourne (assuming you can get approval from the dear supreme government in Canberra). What is resuming is hotel quarantine.

What can you see at an airport?


  • Check-in facilities, including a baggage drop-off.
  • Security clearance gates.
  • Passport control (for some international flights)
  • Gates.
  • Waiting areas.

What is Melbourne Airport postcode?

When I emailed the Canberra, Cairns and Sydney airports, they confirmed that Qantas do provide them. What is this? Airport strollers are also available in Sydney at the Qantas terminal and in Melbourne.

Which Australian airports have a curfew?

Adelaide, Essendon, Gold Coast and Sydney airports have curfews between 11pm and 6am. While most aircraft operations are prohibited during this period, emergency aircraft, some small jets, propeller-driven aircraft and freight movements are allowed.

Does Launceston Airport have a curfew?

The airport is located in the rural area of Western Junction 15 km (9.3 mi) from Launceston city centre. It is Tasmania’s fastest growing airport, and the second busiest in the state, after Hobart Airport; it can also run as a curfew free airport.

Does Townsville airport have a curfew?

Townsville Airport is open from 4:30am to 11:00 pm every day. The terminal is not open 24 hours a day. For security reasons the terminal is in “lock down” between 11:00pm and 4:30am. Passengers and other persons are not permitted to enter the terminal during this time or sleep in the terminal overnight.

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What time does the Melbourne airport open?

Melbourne Airport opens at 4:30 a.m. and closes typically after the last flight of the day. You are recommended to arrive at the airport at least 2 hours before your scheduled departure to account for the security wait times and any delays.

How many terminals does Melbourne airport have?

The airport comprises four terminals: one international terminal, two domestic terminals and one budget domestic terminal. It is 23 kilometres (14 miles) northwest of the city centre, adjacent to the suburb of Tullamarine.