You can order your currency and/or Travelex Money Card online and pick up your order on your departure, or visit a Travelex store for your foreign currency and travel money needs at any of the following Australian Airports:
SYDNEY AIRPORT (New South Wales)
Sydney Airport is Australia’s international gateway airport, handling more than 36 million passengers a year, including 12 million international passengers. Some 35 international carriers operate scheduled services to Sydney Airport through the T1 International Terminal. Two additional terminals - T2 and T3, handle domestic and regional traffic for 12 carriers.
For more information visit http://www.sydneyairport.com.au/
MELBOURNE AIRPORT (Victoria)
With more than 29 million passengers a year and as Australia’s second busiest airport, Melbourne Airport is the gateway for international and domestic air travel for Victoria and South East Australia.
Melbourne Airport is curfew free, operating 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and combined with a single terminal precinct provides passengers with easy transfers between international and domestic flights.
Melbourne Airport supports a wide range of aviation and transport-related businesses on and around the airport precinct with more than 220,000 thousand aircraft movements each year and accounts for approximately 30 per cent of total Australian air freight.
Melbourne Airport is committed to enhance the passenger experience for the travelling public in all areas of delivery including safety, service, and facilities whilst ensuring a smooth and hassle-free passenger journey. Melbourne Airport’s newly refurbished international terminal is home to a range of world class international retailers and food and beverage outlets.
Melbourne Airport has experienced significant growth in passengers from Asia, particularly Chinese passengers. To welcome international travellers, Melbourne Airport has introduced a number of initiatives including signage and public address announcements in Mandarin, training for staff in Chinese cultural protocols to help understand the sensitivities of the Chinese culture and facilitation of large groups to assist with Customs and security processing.
Melbourne Airport looks forward to welcoming you to Victoria.
For more information visit www.melbourneairport.com.au
BRISBANE AIRPORT (Queensland)
Brisbane Airport is the largest capital city Airport in Australia (comprising 2700 hectares). Located just 20 minutes from the CBD, Brisbane Airport has no curfew and operates 24 hours a day. Brisbane Airport offers passengers direct connections to 26 international and 39 domestic destinations.
For more information visit www.bne.com.au
PERTH AIRPORT (Western Australia)
Perth Airport has been recognised as the fastest growing capital city airport in Australia for the seventh consecutive year, with 12.6 million passengers travelling through the airport during the last financial year (FY12), a 10.3 per cent passenger growth rate from the previous year.
As the gateway to Western Australia Perth Airport is one of the State’s most important elements of public infrastructure and plays a significant role in our economic, social and cultural development. Building on the $200 million already spent, Perth Airport is investing $750 million to ensure facilities are high quality, efficient and ready to meet future growth.
Perth Airport’s vision is to ensure all customers and visitors to the airport enjoy a superior customer service experience and we are confident in just a few years’ time, we will have achieved just that.
For more information visit www.perthairport.com.au
ADELAIDE AIRPORT (South Australia)
As the prime gateway to South Australia, Adelaide Airport Limited (AAL) - through its new state of the art facilities - is focused on providing more than 6 million annual passengers with efficient, comfortable and world-class services. Adelaide is the first taste of Australia for a growing number of international passengers. AAL combines South Australia's Mediterranean lifestyle and cosmopolitan image with its well-earned reputation for smart, efficient and hi-tech business facilities.
For more information visit www.adelaideairport.com.au
DARWIN AIRPORT (Northern Territory)
Darwin International Airport (DIA) is Australia’s northern gateway to Asia. An international and domestic gateway to the Northern Territory, DIA is located in beautiful Darwin, the tropical capital of the Northern Territory. DIA is curfew free, with an integrated domestic and international terminal building. Being a 24 hour operation allows airlines to schedule appropriate connecting services to other major centres that are subject to curfew. Darwin is also strategically located within 4.5 hours flying time of each Australian capital city and international destinations such as Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea and the Philippines. The airport is conveniently located approximately 13 kilometres from Darwin’s CBD.
For more information visit www.darwinairport.com.au
CANBERRA AIRPORT (Australian Capital Territory)
Canberra International Airport is situated 8 kilometers east of Canberra. The airport is open daily from 5am through to the last flight of the day. Virgin Blue, Qantas, Brindabella Airlines and Tiger Airways all service Canberra Airport.
For more information visit www.canberraairport.com.au
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