Flight - Brisbane International Airport is
about 15-20 minutes from the centre of Brisbane and
you can get buses or a train to the centre. It is
a 13 km trip. Gold Coast and Sunshine coasts are further
but there is a bus and train connection.
You need a visa or Electronic Travel Authority
(ETA) if you want to travel to Australia
and you have to get it before getting to Brisbane.
Check the visa requirements, before making any plans or reservation. Except travellers with Australian or New Zealand passports, anyone who want to enter Australia need to have a valid passport and a visa or ETA. Get your ETA or visa approved before travelling to Australia.
Visa or ETA can be apply via the Internet or alternatively you can apply for a visa through an Australian Visa Office, or any local travel agent.
International Air Flights
Brisbane is a major gateway for international airlines that links travellers from the New Zealand, USA, Asian and European ports. Closed to 20 international airlines fly into Brisbane International Airport from Asia, Europe, and North America such as Qantas, Singapore Airlines, Thai International, Malaysia Airlines, and Cathay Pacific etc. From North America, flights are likely to direct to Sydney and connect onto one of the several direct flights on Qantas to other part of the world. It is the same for flights coming from New Zealand.
Domestic Air Flights
Two main carriers that fly to Brisbane from major
Australian cities are Qantas and Virgin Blue. Both
airline offer good deal for international flight.
Booking can be done thru the Internet. There are also
other regional airlines within each state in Australia
that offer competitive deals.