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Cheapest car hire in Devonport Airport

  • Economy
    Nissan Micra
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    From € 14.29
  • Compact
    Hyundai i20
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    From € 14.40
  • Standard
    Nissan Pulsar
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    From € 14.88
  • Suv
    Nissan X-Trail
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    From € 19.99
  • Fullsize
    Toyota Camry
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    4 |
    From € 23.29

*daily rates in Devonport Airport based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.

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Useful things to know about Devonport Airport

  • Devonport is a small regional airport.
  • It’s located 5 miles east of the city.
  • The airport is vying for a Virgin Australia route from the mainland.
  • Flights leave there for Melbourne, Hobart and King Island.
  • Last year around 200,000 passengers used the airport for their journeys.

Devonport Airport Mini Guide

Tell me About the Airport
Devonport Airport is a domestic airport in the north west of Tasmania. It is 10km away from the town of Devonport.

Devonport Airport aerial view

Who Flies There?
Qantas Link has regular flights daily from Melbourne and Tas Air operates from King Island and Hobart.

How can I get to the Town?
Taste The Tiers Tours run shuttle buses to the town centre or you can pick up your hire car from the airport. Taxis are always available.

What’s at the Airport for me?
It’s a small airport but it has all the basics you need. There is a kiosk where you can buy drinks and snacks, if you get hungry and a shop for your last minute souvenirs or you can buy a magazine to read. The Qantas Club Lounge is available to passengers travelling business class and you can relax here in comfort before your flight and have some refreshments. Tourist information brochures and maps may be picked up in the arrivals hall.

Tell me About the Town
Devonport is a country town with a bustling port. You can take a sea cruise and just enjoy the beaches or shop till you drop. Discover nature at the Tasmanian Arboretum or find out more about the town’s heritage and aboriginal culture at one of the museums.

Devonport Airport Beach

What’s Special About the Area?
The town is close to the Tasmanian wilderness and the Cradle Mountain National Park. There you can see waterfalls and glaciers as well as mountain lakes. Take a tour with Adventure Tours and discover the local flora and fauna and enjoy bush walking and swimming too. Cradle Country Tours allow you to explore the area by horseback or if you want a minibus trip around the area, Murrays day out will arrange it for you.

Devonport Airport Cradle mountain lake

I Need to Stay a Few Days…
The Quality Hotel Gateway is a 4 star hotel in the heart of the town and just 10 minutes from the airport. It has 88 rooms with sea views and Wi-Fi for a small charge. Dine at Montegu’s Restaurant where they use the best in fresh local produce or have a snack at Café Fenton. There is also a business centre for guest use.

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Devonport isn’t far from the airport but if you hire a car then the rest of the region will be easily within reach. Begin by driving up to Cradle Mountain and Lake St Clair, declared a World Heritage Site. You can easily spend a whole day in the national park.

Nearer the city, steam enthusiasts will want to board the steam train that runs along the bank of the Don River, whilst those wanting a more leisurely river trip can board one of the river cruises along the Mersey River and have lunch and drinks on board.

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