Canberra Airport (CBR)

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Canberra Airport (IATA: CBR, ICAO: YSCB) is the main international gateway of the capital of Australia, Canberra, and serves Queanbeyan, the Australian Capital Territory and the south-east of the New South Wales county.



It is located at 8 kilometers from Canberra downtown, at North Canberra district. Canberra Airport is the eight busiest airport in Australia.

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Top domestic busiest routes from and to Canberra Airport are Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide.  

Canberra Airport handled 2,995,470 passengers on 2017.

Terminal Information

Canberra Airport has a single passenger integrated terminal composed by the Eastern and the South concourses in its domestic facilities. It is a three level building distributed as follows:


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Contact information:

Find below several contact information regarding Canberra Airport:


Lost Property: +61 2 6275 225


2 Brindabella Circuit
Canberra, ACT, ACT 2609


Phone: +61 2 6275 2222 

Facilities and Services

Canberra Airport offers the following services to passengers:


The following means of transport are available to get to Canberra downtown:


Bus: Canberra ACTION buses are the suitable way to get to Canberra.

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Taxi: Get to Canberra downtown within 10 minutes.

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Car hire: Find the car hire companies outside the Arrivals Hall. Remember you can also book your car through our searching engine!

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About Canberra

Canberra is the capital of Australia and the capital city of the Australia Capital Territory. It is located in the east coast of Australia and is the largest inland city of the country (Sydney and Melbourne are the largest cities). As the capital of Australia, Canberra seats the Parliament House, the High Court and the residence of the Governor-General and also the center of many national and cultural institutions. While your visit in Canberra, you shouldn’t miss the Australian War Memorial, the National Gallery of Australia, the National Library, and many of the Commonwealth government buildings. Other sites of interests are the Australian National Botanic Gardens, the Captain James Cook Memorial in Lake Burley Griffin and the Telstra Tower.

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