Flights to Hamilton Island (HTI)
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Hamilton Island travel information
When to visit
With mild weather all year round, anytime is the perfect time to visit Hamilton Island. Plan your trip between January and March for hot 30°C weather, although cyclones, humidity and afternoon showers are not uncommon at this time. April to June is the best time to visit with warm weather, less rain and crisp blue skies. July to September is popular for sailing, with hot sunny weather from October to December.
What is the main airport called?
Hamilton Island Airport.Opens external site in a new window Located 1km from the town centre, Hamilton Island Airport (HTI) is the main air hub for the Whitsunday Islands and Great Barrier Reef.
Arriving at Hamilton Island Airport
When your Qantas or Jetstar flight arrives at Hamilton Airport, you’ll be welcomed by the friendly staff at Hamilton Island Airport ready to get your break off to a great start.
Getting into Hamilton Island from Hamilton Island Airport
If you are staying at one of the main hotels on the island, airport transfers for guests are included with the staff ready to take you to your accommodation. Hamilton Island is a car-free, though buggy hire is available and a resort bus service runs regularly to take you around the island. Hamilton Island Airport is only 1km from the town.
Getting around Hamilton Island
Hamilton Island is a car-free destination with buggies the main mode of transport. It’s best to pre-book a buggy to ensure availability when you arrive. There is a free shuttle bus that follows three routes around the island and runs regularly and its easy to walk around the island with restaurants, pools and bars to try.
Can I cancel my flight booking due to COVID-19?
If your flights were booked through a travel agency or third-party website, please contact them directly to discuss your options.
If we’ve cancelled your Qantas flight, including your Classic Flight Reward booking, wait to hear from us before changing your booking. We’ll contact anyone whose flight has been impacted as soon as possible.