Melbourne’s Tullamarine Airport is located 22km outside of the city centre with several travel options available to those arriving or departing from Victoria’s capital.
Sky Bus – an express bus service running direct between the airport and the city centre. The service is available every 10 minutes, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week including all public holidays. Tickets can be bought at the bus stop at the airport or Southern Cross Station. For up to date pricing check www.skybus.com.au.
The Australian spring can be a very exciting time for travellers to visit the country. There are a large amount of affordable events for people to take advantage of and visitors will be able to enjoy some of the country’s most beloved musicians and artists within picturesque settings that couldn’t be found anywhere else in the world.
Day on the Green
Day on the Green is one of the most praised festivals in all of Australia. The event usually hosts at least 30 different performances across the spring period throughout various different locations in Australia. The capacity of each event can be anywhere between 5,000 and 11,000 people. People visiting Day on the Green have the option of bringing their own food and the event even has a ‘picnic of the day’ prize.
International carry-on luggage bags should be as light as possible and compact enough for passengers to comfortably roll them down the aisle and fit them into the overhead compartments. The general standard size for most airlines stands at 9 inches (depth) by 14 inches (width) by 22 inches (height), however this figure can change depending on the country and service provider.
The Duffle Bag
The duffle bag is one of the most popular forms of hand luggage. These bags are made from a fabric that can adapt to its contents. Duffle bags are very similar to sports bags but they have a handle and wheels to allow users to move them around with ease.