The distance between Albury and Geelong is around 385km (239 miles) and the quickest way to get there is to fly which takes around 3h 20m.
We've found 5 different ways to get from Albury to Geelong by train, bus, car and plane. The recommended routes, which include information on duration, ticket price, and level of difficulty, can be found below.
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Fly from Albury (ABX) to Avalon (AVV).
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Take the train to Southern Cross and then to Geelong Station.
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There are several options for getting from Albury to Geelong by train, bus, car and plane. The cheapest option is to take the train which costs around A$58 ($39) and will take around 4h 25m. If you need to get there more quickly, you can fly and arrive in approximately 3h 20m, though it is a bit more costly at approximately A$235 ($160).
The distance between Albury and Geelong is around 385km (239 miles). In a direct line (as the crow flies), the distance is 323km (201 miles)
It takes around 5hrs to get from Albury and Geelong by train. If you are travelling by car it will take around 4hrs to drive there.
The quickest way to get from Albury to Geelong is to fly which takes around 3h 20m and will set you back approx A$235 ($160).
The cheapest way to travel between Albury and Geelong, if you exclude driving, is to take the train which will typically cost around A$58 ($39) for a standard one-way ticket.
Yes there is a train service that runs between Albury and Geelong. It typically takes around 5hrs and departs every 20 mins.
There are no direct train services that runs from Albury to Geelong. However, you can instead can take several connecting trains with a changeover in Southern Cross. These services run every 20 mins and will take a minimum of 5hrs.
V-Line and XPT run train services between Albury and Geelong. Trains depart every 20 mins and will take around 5hrs, however, this may vary depending on the particular service and whether it runs express or stops all stations.
Yes there is a bus that runs regularly from Albury and Geelong. It typically takes around 5h 30m and departs 5 times a week.
There are no direct bus services that runs from Albury to Geelong. However, you can instead can take several connecting buses with changeovers in Melbourne. These services run 5 times a week and will take a minimum of 5h 30m.
Greyhound Australia, V-Line and Firefly Express run regular bus services between Albury and Geelong. Buses run 5 times a week and take around 5h 30m on average but will vary depending on you book with.
Yes you can fly from Albury and Geelong. Flights depart from Albury (ABX) and arrive at Avalon (AVV) - via Sydney (SYD). The flight takes around 2h 55m.
There is no direct flight from Albury to Geelong. There is however a flight that goes via Sydney (SYD). This services will take at least 3h 20m (not including layover time).
The flight from Albury to Geelong typically takes around 2h 55m. Flights depart from Albury (ABX) and and arrive into Avalon (AVV).
The closest major airport to Geelong is Avalon Airport (AVV) (AVV) which is approximately 17km (10 miles) from Geelong. Melbourne Tullamarine Airport (MEL) (MEL) and King Island Airport (KNS) (KNS) are also nearby and might be a better alternative airport depending on where you are flying from.
Yes it is possible to drive from Albury and Geelong. The distance is around 387km (240 miles) by road and it will take around 4hrs in normal traffic conditons.
If you don't have a car, the easiest way to get from Albury to Geelong is to take the train which takes, on average, 5hrs and will usually cost around A$59 ($40).
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The following major airports near Geelong offer regular flights to various popular destinations within Australia and internationally.