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Melbourne Airport sits in the outer suburb of Tullamarine, some 35km north west of the Melbourne CBD. That places it about 54km west north-west of Mooroolbark. So what are your choices if you want to get from one location to another? You can take public transport, including trains, buses, and trams. But they can be time consuming, and often require stops, transfers, and some walking in between. You could choose taxis, but over longer distances they can be on the pricey side. Or, you could choose the best value, highest comfort option: a Hughes transfer from Melbourne Airport to Mooroolbark. At Hughes, we are careful to ensure that our prices represent the best value. We also take pride in offering the best service, with door to door transfers on offer at any time of the day or night.
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.
It doesn’t matter whether you’re travelling for business or leisure; it’s vital have you trip planned out in advance. To help you keep your appointments in check, we’ve made a short list of all the things you can expect – from getting around the terminal, to getting around Mooroolbark!
Getting from Mooroolbark to Melbourne Airport (and back again) takes an average of 65 minutes each way. But Melbourne is home to almost five million people, so that can change during peak hour in the morning and evening. When everyone is travelling to or from work, the trip from Melbourne Airport to Mooroolbark takes around 80 minutes due to traffic congestion. So, if you’d like to cut down on your time spent in transit, we would suggest booking flights that arrive or depart during off-peak times. Doing so could cut your travel time from Melbourne Airport to Mooroolbark down to around an hour.
Melbourne Airport has four separate terminals, which are located in the outer suburb of Tullamarine. The terminal you will pass depends on the origin or destination of your flight, as well as the carrier you choose. Terminal one is where Qantas flights to or from domestic and regional locations are found. Terminal two is the international terminal, with over twenty gates and a whole host of different carriers. Terminal three is home to Virgin and REX flights, travelling between Melbourne and other domestic or regional locations. Terminal four is comprised of budget domestic carriers, which makes it a popular choice as well. All four terminals have great facilities on offer, including dining, shopping, and Wi-Fi connectivity.
Mooroolbark – widely known to mean ‘red earth’ – is a suburb about 31km to Melbourne’s north east. It developed as a rural hub in the late nineteenth century, with the addition of rail service to Melbourne. Since then, it has evolved into a comfortable and popular suburb, with the unique dining opportunities you would expect of the Melbourne area! Its popularity has grown over the years, and so has its population. To cater for the increase in traffic, one of Australia’s most unusual intersection has developed there, consisting of three consecutive roundabouts! Regardless of what you want to see in Mooroolbark, or where you want to go, your Hughes chauffeur can take you there.