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Looking for a cheap flight? 25% of our users found flights on this route for $673 or less one-way and $498 or less round-trip.
The cheapest flight from Denpasar to Melbourne was found, on average, 71 days before departure.
Book at least 7 weeks before departure in order to get a below-average price.
High season is considered to be September, October and November. The cheapest month to fly is March.
Melbourne’s major airport is known as the Tullamarine or Melbourne Airport (MEL) and it serves most international arrivals. Some airlines may fly into the smaller Avalon Airport (AVV), located about 1h from Melbourne, but this is not common for international routes.
Bali’s I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) is the island’s only major international airport, located to the south of Denpasar. If you’re staying to the north of the island in Singaraja, it is about 3h to the airport.
Need to charge your phone before your flight at the Bali Airport? You can find power plugs in several waiting areas at the perimeter of the International Departure lounge, including outside of Gate 1 or at the edge of the food court.
If it’s your first time in Melbourne or you need some information on the city’s public transport, you can find assistance at the Traveller’s Information Service (TIS) in the International Arrivals Area of the Melbourne Airport.
For those looking to relax before their flight from Bali to Melbourne, you can find the Kaya Spa & Reflexology Centre in the International Departure lounge of the Bali Airport. Here you can enjoy a range of massage and beauty treatments.
If you’re getting picked up from the Melbourne Airport, you can direct your ride to the free 1min pick-up zones directly outside Terminal 2 or Terminal 4. For a longer wait, there is a 15min pick-up zone near the Park Royal Hotel, across from Terminal 1.
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There are a range of buses that operate services between Melbourne CBD and Melbourne Airport. The fastest is the bright-red Skybus city express which operates every 10min, every day for a flat rate of about A$ 20. Tickets can be purchased from one of the service desks within the terminals. If you’re staying in the suburbs, Public Transport Victoria (PTV) buses can be found at the Terminal 4 Transport Hub.
If you don’t hold any lounge memberships and you’re flying economy class, you can still pay to enter some of the business class lounges at the Bali Airport. The Garuda Lounge is a popular choice, and you can enter this lounge for about Rp 125.000 (A$ 12). This lounge provides a wide range of snacks and drinks and has a play area for those travelling with children. The Premier Lounge, run by Singapore Airlines, can also be entered if there is space for a door fee of about Rp 350.000 (A$ 36).
If you have luggage to store at the Melbourne Airport, whether long-term or short-term, you can find a range of storage options at the SmartCarte kiosk in Terminal 2’s Arrivals Area. The kiosk is open daily from 05:00–00:30. They can offer storage for any luggage size, including options for oversized items. Prices vary depending on the size; however, there is a discount given to items stored for more than seven consecutive days.
Before booking your transport, it is worth checking with your accommodation whether they offer transport to and from the airport, as this is a common service in Bali. If not, taxis are the most popular transport to the airport. If you’re staying in Kuta, it will only take about 15min to get to the airport and cost about Rp 100.000 (A$ 10). There are also public buses running from Kuta for about Rp 3.500 (A$ 0.30).
Following the upgrade of the Bali Airport, there is now a large food court in the International Departure terminal with a wide range of dining options available. For example, if you’d like a full meal, the western Hard Rock Café or the traditional Balinese Made’s Warung are good options. The Two Tigers is a sushi bar, or you can get snacks and sandwiches at La Place, TG Food Corner, or The Merchant Bistro.
There are 127 (direct) flights between Denpasar and Melbourne per week, averaging 18 per day.
Denpasar and Melbourne are connected by different airlines. The airlines that fly that route the most regularly are Qantas Airways (4 flights per day, Jetstar (3 flights per day), and KLM (2 flights per day).
The earliest flight leaves Denpasar at 11:50 and lands in Melbourne at 20:25.
The last flight leaves Denpasar at 23:10 and lands in Melbourne at 07:45.
All the following airlines operate direct flights between Denpasar and Melbourne: Garuda Indonesia, Batik Air, Jetstar, KLM, Batik Air, Qantas Airways, and Virgin Australia.
The Boeing 737-800 is the aircraft model that flies most regularly on the Denpasar to Melbourne flight route.
SkyTeam, and oneworld are the airline alliances operating flights between Denpasar and Melbourne, with SkyTeam being the most commonly used for this route.
There are direct flights from Denpasar to Melbourne on a daily basis.
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