“Green and Clean” Travel Between the Airport and City

The brand-new zero-emission electric buses have officially hit the road as part of the SkyBus service connecting passengers between Hobart Airport and the city.

SkyBus Hobart & Airport Express provide fast and frequent airport transfers between Hobart City and the Hobart Airport every 30 minutes – 7 days per week, all year round. 

Tickets are available online through the SkyBus website. Alternatively, you can purchase tickets at the e-kiosks conveniently located next to our luggage carousels.

Fares are only $19.50 online and Kids Travel FREE on our Hobart City Express Family Fares. They have six convenient city stops servicing popular landmarks, accommodation and venues, including the Conference Venue (The Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart).


No official carrier has been nominated for the conference due to competitive airfares available via the internet. There are three airlines who fly into Hobart – check out the best fares of the day using the images below. 


Hobart Airport is located 19 kilometres from the City, which is approx. 21 minutes by car. Please visit for more information.


Uber connects you with a reliable ride in minutes. One tap and a car comes directly to you. Your driver knows exactly where to go. And payment is completely cashless.

Download the UBER app on your iPhone or Android device to get started.


Hobart taxis are easy to spot, as they display a lamp on the car roof and most are painted yellow, silver or white. You can book taxi pickup for a set location, or take one from a cab rank at signposted spots. You may also hail a taxi in the street. If the rooftop lamp is lit, the taxi is usually unoccupied and available for hire.

Popular services are:

  • 13CABS – 132 227
  • Australia Wide Taxi – 131 008

Rideshare trips are available via apps with Uber, Taxify and DiDi. The apps show fare estimates, driver’s pictures, vehicle details, and tracks the trip on a map.



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