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Seymour sits some 100km or so to the north of Melbourne’s city centre. The airport, on the other hand, sits about 23km to the city’s northwest. Getting from one destination to the other is relatively straightforward. Melbourne Airport, being one of Australia’s busiest, provides no shortage of transport options. However, travelling longer distance, such as that between Melbourne Airport and Seymour, isn’t always easiest on public transport. Generally, it will involve a few stops and some transfers along the way.
So what other options are available? There are taxis, but they can be prohibitively expensive over long distances. That’s why we recommend a limousine transfer from Hughes. Hughes operates all day and all night, with a door to door service guarantee. That means the most efficient service, and the most comfortable, too.
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If you haven’t seen much of Regional Victoria, you might be wondering what your journey has in store. Seymour is some distance from Melbourne Airport, and getting there will take you through the countryside, after all. To help you get some idea of what you’re in for, we’ve put together a few important takeaways here.
Seymour and Melbourne Airport are both located to the north west of Melbourne. That means your trip will avoid the worst of Melbourne’s peak hour traffic. However, travel times can still vary according to conditions. For example, if there are roadworks, or it’s a busy holiday period, your trip can take up to 90 minutes. But if there’s not a lot happening on the roads, you can expect a 70 minute trip from Melbourne Airport to Seymour. If you’re on a tight schedule, we always recommend travelling outside of peak periods if possible.
If you’ve not been to Melbourne Airport before, you may be surprised to know that it has four terminals. Each terminal serves a specific purpose, too. The first terminal is for Qantas domestic and regional services. The second terminal is for international services. The third terminal is for Virgin and REX flights. And the fourth terminal accommodates a host of budget domestic airlines. Luckily, getting between the four is not as complicated as it may sound. And, better still, all four terminals are within easy walking distance of a pick up, drop off, or waiting area. That means getting to your Hughes transfer will be easy!
Seymour is a beautiful town that’s well worth a look before you head back to Melbourne Airport. It’s best known as a historic railway town in the Goulburn Valley region of Victoria. At its heart, it’s an agricultural town with a whole host of cattle, sheep, and equine properties. But that’s not all. Seymour is also well known for its wine production, which means that winery tours are always on the table! As a further nod to its heritage, Seymour has a Railway Heritage Centre, which provides a stunning insight into the areas’ frontier history. Today, though, the community is tight-knit and offers a number of agricultural and farming expos each year. To see what this wide-ranging and historically significant area has to offer, book with Hughes.