Mel­bourne Air­port

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Ter­mi­nal 1

Home to Qan­tas’ Mel­bourne do­mes­tic air­craft, Ter­mi­nal 1 has more than 60 re­tail out­lets, of­fer­ing a broad range of prod­ucts and ser­vices. Whether it’s the lat­est fash­ions, a new mag­a­zine or just some travel es­sen­tials, there’s some­thing for ev­ery­one. Fash­ion la­bels such as Vic­to­ria’s Se­cret, Mimco and Sun­glass Hut will en­sure you’re suit­ably dressed for any oc­ca­sion, while restau­rant Bil­lie Chu brings a taste of Asia to trav­ellers, of­fer­ing a range of ex­cit­ing dishes. Throw in a num­ber of other cafes, bars and fast food out­lets, and there’s a meal for any trav­eller.

With four ter­mi­nals ser­vic­ing ar­rivals and depar­tures, Mel­bourne Air­port is Vic­to­ria’s gate­way to the world. More than 305 mil­lion pas­sen­gers use the air­port each year, and there are plenty of ways to spend your time be­fore your plane takes off.

Ter­mi­nal 2

The trans­for­ma­tion of our Ter­mi­nal 2 (T2) precinct has now launched. The precinct houses some of the most fash­ion­able and de­sir­able brands in the world in­clud­ing, Tiffany & Co, Burberry, Sal­va­tore Fer­rag­amo, Max Mara and Em­po­rio Ar­mani. Show­cas­ing the so­phis­ti­cated essence of Mel­bourne city, all 11 world-class re­tail­ers are ready for trav­ellers to ex­plore. Brands in­clud­ing Aus­tralia’s lead­ing of­fi­cial watch spe­cialty store Watches of Switzer­land, Hugo Boss, Bally, Michael Kors, Furla and luggage brand Tumi of­fer trav­ellers ac­cess to a so­phis­ti­cated range of lux­ury goods.

Ad­ja­cent to the lux­ury precinct, is our next gen­er­a­tion Mel­bourne Duty Free and a va­ri­ety of new shop­ping and din­ing ex­pe­ri­ences. Re­flect­ing the Mel­bur­nian food and cof­fee cul­ture, our restau­rants and bars fea­ture culi­nary de­lights from some of the city’s most cel­e­brated chefs, serv­ing up an au­then­tic taste of Mel­bourne.

Ter­mi­nal 3

Vir­gin Aus­tralia op­er­ates from Mel­bourne Air­port’s Ter­mi­nal 3, which is lo­cated at the left end of the main air­port build­ing, di­rectly ad­ja­cent to the In­ter­na­tional Ter­mi­nal. One of the most pop­u­lar venues in the air­port is PJ O’Brien’s Irish pub, with Able Baker Char­lie an­other favourite for au­then­tic Ital­ian food.

Ter­mi­nal 4

Ter­mi­nal 4 is Mel­bourne Air­port’s new­est ter­mi­nal. It opened in Au­gust 2015 and fea­tures new tech­nol­ogy, in­clud­ing au­to­mated check-in kiosks and bag-drop fa­cil­i­ties, as well as an ex­panded de­par­ture lounge and more shop­ping and food choices.

Among the ex­ten­sive list of re­tail­ers are house­hold names Coun­try Road and Witchery, and ex­clu­sive brands, such as in­ter­na­tional fash­ion la­bel De­sigual. One of Mel­bourne’s favourite eater­ies, Brunetti Café, is also on hand to pro­vide a tasty way to spend your time be­fore fly­ing off on your Jet­star, Tig­erair or Re­gional Ex­press flight.

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Ter­mi­nal 2, Hugo Boss

Ter­mi­nal 2 Artist im­pres­sion

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