Journey: Melbourne Airport to Brighton

Brighton is located to the southeast of Melbourne’s CBD. Melbourne airport, on the other hand, is situated to the northwest of the city. As a result, getting from one to the other can take a while when travelling by public transport. Melbourne airport has a wide range of public transport options that will get you to Brighton. But If you want to travel quickly, comfortably, and for the best value, Hughes have what you need.

Unlike public transport, we offer door to door private services. We won’t stop to collect anyone else, and we won’t stop until you reach your destination. Unlike taxis, we don’t price according to meter readings, either. That means the cost of your journey won’t come as a surprise to you at the end. And finally, we offer chauffeured premium and luxury vehicle. In fact, we have a whole fleet. The best part: you get to choose the right vehicle for you!

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 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

Here are your expected travel times from Melbourne airport to Brighton

Despite being on the opposite side of Melbourne CBD, it only takes 50 minutes on average to get from Melbourne airport to Brighton. With a knowledgeable local chauffeur at your disposal, you can rest assured that your route will be the most direct one. Even in peak hour, you won’t need to worry about massive delays holding up your plans.

Peak Hour Travel Time:

Airport to Brighton – 60 minutes
Brighton to airport – 60 minutes

Off-Peak Travel Time:

Airport to Brighton – 45 minutes
Brighton to airport – 45 minutes

Spending some time at Melbourne airport? Here’s what you can enjoy before returning to Brighton

Melbourne airport is comprised of four terminals. There’s a dedicated international terminal and a dedicated budget domestic terminal. There’s also a dedicated Qantas terminal, and a dedicated Virgin terminal. In each of the terminals, you can enjoy the facilities of an international standard. There are restaurants, bars, and shopping opportunities that seem almost endless. There’s also free Wi-Fi across the terminals, and a plethora of pick up and drop off spaces in easy proximity.

Your arrival in Brighton will be as smooth as your return to Melbourne airport – here’s why

Brighton is one of Melbourne’s more affluent suburbs, with many grand homes lining its streets. It’s located on the coast, about 11 kilometres southeast of Melbourne CBD. It’s named after Brighton in England, but its coastal location gives it a distinctly Australian ambience. Brighton attracts tourists for a wide range of reasons, whether with its cafes and beaches, or cycling tracks and architecture.

Beach Road, for example, has a magnificent cycling route. Then there’s Dendy Street Beach, with its eighty-two bathing boxes. No doubt you’ve seen them at one point or another; they are truly iconic in Australia’s coastal culture. In fact, that’s one of the reasons Brighton holds a place among the most popular beach destinations in Victoria.