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Airports

The main international airports are Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, followed by Perth, Adelaide, Hobart, Darwin and Cairns.
Australia's position makes air travel the most likely means of entering or leaving the country. Each state has at least one international airport.
Sydney Airport (SYD), New South Wales, is 12km (7 miles) south of the city
Adelaide Airport (ADL), South Australia, is 6km (4 miles) south of the city
Melbourne Airport (MEL), Victoria, is 22km (14 miles) northwest of the city
Perth Airport (PER), Western Australia, lies about 10km (6 miles) northeast of the city
Brisbane International (BNE), Queensland, lies 13km (8 miles) northeast of the city centre
Townsville Airport (TSV), Queensland, lies about 5km (3 miles) from the city
Cairns Airport (CNS), Queensland, lies about 6km (4 miles) from the city
Darwin Airport (DRW), Northern Territory, is 13km (8 miles) from the city
Hobart Airport (HBA), Tasmania, is 22km (14 miles) east of the city