Journey: Melbourne Airport to AAMI Park

Located about 35km north west of the Melbourne CBD, the airport at Tullamarine is your one stop between home and AAMI Park. So how do you get from one to the other? Melbourne Airport is serviced by a range of transport options, which can get you to AAMI Park with ease. But some are better than others. For example, public transport may be abundant, but it’s not always the fastest choice.

And if you’ve got to make it to AAMI before kick-off, then time is of the essence! That’s why we offer direct, twenty-four hour service at Hughes. With a Hughes comfortable airport transfer, you are guaranteed reliability and efficiency. Our drivers are experienced chauffeurs, with a depth of local knowledge. With game tickets at stake, why trust anyone else?

Our Fleet

Whether you are looking for a luxury limousine or premium sedan experience or want to move a large group easily and in comfort, Hughes can help. We have vehicle options for 1 – 61 passengers and an extensive fleet to accommodate all your transport needs.

Not sure what vehicle’s suit your needs? Contact our friendly team on 1300 615 165 or res@hughes.com.au to discuss your requirements.

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Executive Sedans

Perfect for 1-3 passengers with minimal luggage, our executive sedans are well-appointed for your comfort.

3 Passengers

2 Suitcases

2 Small Bags

Premium Sedans

Perfect for 1-3 passengers with minimal luggage, our premium sedans include the latest prestige models with top of the line features.

3 Passengers

2 Suitcases

2 Small Bags

Premium SUVs

Perfect for 1- 3 passengers with up to 5 suitcases, our premium SUVs include the latest prestige models with top of the line features.

3 Passengers

5 Suitcases

3 Small Bags

People Movers

Perfect for up to 6 passengers with standard luggage, our people movers are luxurious and roomy, with ergonomic design for your comfort.

6 Passengers

6 Suitcases

41 Small Bags

Luxury Minibuses

Perfect for up 9 - 14 passengers with a trailer option for additional luggage, our Mercedes Sprinter minibuses are a luxurious option for groups.

9 - 14 Passengers

Small Coach

Perfect for up 21 - 54 passengers with standard luggage with a trailer option for additional luggage, our air-conditioned, luxury coaches are a great option for larger groups.

21 - 54 Passengers

Travel times: Melbourne Airport to AAMI Park and vice versa

Travel times are the most important part of your journey planning. Luckily, we have the experience necessary to gain a good idea of how long the drive will take. On average, the trip from Melbourne Airport to AAMI Park is about 40 minutes. That means a quick trip, in the comfort of a luxury limousine. Sometimes, it’s an even quicker trip, with anticipated off-peak travel times of only 35 minutes or so. But it’s important to remember that Melbourne is one of Australia’s largest and busiest cities; traffic can slow things down. If you’re landing in Melbourne Airport during peak hour in the morning or evening, then you may be faced with a 50 minute drive to AAMI Park.

Melbourne Airport: All you need to know to find your transfer to AAMI Park

Melbourne Airport is unique for a lot of reasons. There’s entertainment opportunities, with abundant dining, retail, and relaxation spaces on offer. Then there’s its reputation; Tullamarine is one of the best-known airports in the county. But by far its most unique feature is the number of terminals that comprise it. Melbourne Airport has four separate terminals in Tullamarine. There’s one for budget domestic carriers, one for Qantas, one for Virgin and REX, and one for all of Melbourne’s international arrivals. However, despite its size, getting around Melbourne Airport is quite easy. Each terminal is serviced by an abundance of collection, drop-off, and parking facilities. That means you don’t need to travel more than one hundred metres or so to find your AAMI Park transfer.

AAMI Park: Here’s why so many people visit each year

The award winning AAMI Park is an attraction in its own right. It is Melbourne’s first purpose built rectangular stadium, and it’s used for rugby league, rugby union, soccer, and even music events. In the past, it has hosted such names as Elton John, Bruce Springsteen, the Foo Fighters, and even Taylor Swift. On top of that, it has been selected to host the 2023 women’s soccer world cup. Needless to say, it attracts a lot of visitors each year! If you’re one of them, we can help get you to and from your destination, as well as any destinations nearby. Simply get in touch, and let us know where you need to be and when.