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If you’re travelling from Melbourne Airport to Lorne, you have several transport options available. On the budget end of the spectrum, there’s public transport. Buses and trains are efficient and cost-effective ways to get from Melbourne Airport to Lorne. However, there’s some distance separating both destinations. That means your trip could involve numerous buses and trains, and also considerable time.
There’s also hire cars, but they come with an often significant price tag and the inconvenience of having to navigate a new area. Taxis are another option, but their approach to pricing means that long-distance trips are often unaffordable. That leaves the quickest, best value, and most comfortable option: a Hughes Melbourne Airport to Lorne transfer. At Hughes, we offer chauffeur driven premium and luxury vehicles, with a door to door service guarantee.
Modern, sophisticated and comprehensively equipped luxury vehicles. Perfect combination of value and style.
Big on style and performance, we have some of the world’s truly great sedans including BMW, Mercedes and Audi luxury models.
Smooth & luxurious. The Audi Q7 is where sporty and elegant styling combine to create a vehicle of impeccable style with the luggage space that no sedan can match.
Our luxury people movers include the Mercedes V Class and Viano with features normally associated with premium sedans. Room for 7 passengers and a luggage trailer.
Designed for convenience and generous space these vehicles include ergonomic design and exceptional flexibility for long or short excursions.
Ready for your executive, family or group requirements. These multi-purpose vehicles include the Mercedes Sprinter and combine comfort, space and style.
Perfect for groups up to 27 people, our luxury small coaches are a new way to experience group travel. Enjoy luxurious leather seating with plenty of space.
When you have a few more in your group, up size to our mid sized coaches for 28-33 people.
Luxury finally meets size. Come and experience our market-leading large coach service. Fantastic coach drivers perfectly match our new fleet of coaches.
To help you organise your trip, we’ve gathered a few of our insights and compiled this list of tips. With these tips, you can get a handle on what each stage of your journey will look like – from Melbourne Airport to Lorne and back again.
Melbourne Airport is some distance from Lorne, but that doesn’t mean you need to take a whole day to get there! With Hughes, your trip from Melbourne Airport to Lorne is likely to take an average of 130 minutes. During peak hour traffic can congest around Melbourne and these travel times can vary.
Peak Hour Travel Time:
Airport to Lorne – 145 minutes
Lorne to airport – 145 minutes
Off-Peak Travel Time:
Airport to Lorne – 120 minutes
Lorne to airport – 120 minutes
Melbourne Airport is widely known as one of Australia’s largest, and most efficient. Located in Tullamarine, it is approximately 23km from the city centre. It is also comprised of three terminals. There’s terminal one, for domestic travel, terminal two for international travel, terminal three for Virgin and REX flights, and terminal four for budget domestic carriers. But that’s not all Melbourne Airport offers. Melbourne Airport is a hive of activity, with shopping, dining, and entertainment on tap. If you arrive early, or leave late, you will have plenty at your disposal to keep you satisfied.
To see the best of Lorne, we suggest booking with Hughes. Not only can we get you from Melbourne Airport to Lorne, but we can also get you around in Lorne itself. Our drivers can collect you from anywhere that is convenient! And the advantages of that are significant when you consider what Lorne has to offer.
Located in Louttit Bay, Lorne is a popular destination on the Great Ocean Road tourist route. Its natural beauty is almost unrivalled, and its mostly accessible by car. The Erskine River also offers plenty to the keen fisherman, with consistent catches reported every year. And if you’re into the Australian music scene, there’s more still with Falls Festival playing in Lorne each year.