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Airport lounges

Take some time before take-off in Australia’s largest lounge network. Enjoy exclusive access to a large selection of Australian lounges, plus Qantas and partner lounges worldwide.

Lounge locations

Planning your next trip? See all lounge locations based on departure port.

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Sydney First Lounge (T1)

Plane watch as you unwind in the oasis of our First Lounge. With dedicated work zones for business and an à la carte dining menu, you’ll have everything you need before take off.  

Sydney First Lounge information
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Qantas International London Lounge

A sophisticated lounge over two levels. With flexible spaces to work and relax, dine in style, watch the news or even freshen up in a private shower suite before your flight.

Explore the Qantas London Lounge
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Singapore First Lounge

Designed specifically with our customers in mind, wellness is a big influence in our First lounge, making it easier to refresh, relax, dine or work.  

Discover the Qantas Singapore First Lounge

Eligibility and access

Access to lounges is based on the class of travel, your Qantas Frequent Flyer membership tier, or your Qantas Cluboneworld or Emirates membership status. You can also use a Complimentary Lounge Invitation, buy a single-visit Qantas Lounge Pass if available or join Qantas Club

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Lounge eligibility

Whether you're travelling on an eligible travel class, have a Qantas or affiliated membership, or want to bring a guest. Learn about your access options across our lounges.

Learn more on lounge eligibility
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Qantas lounge passes

Enjoy access to some of the best lounges across Australia and the world with a Complimentary Lounge Invitation or buy a single access Qantas Lounge Pass.

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Dress guidelines

Our lounges are tailored to be an exclusive space for our customers and we look forward to welcoming you whilst keeping in mind our smart casual dress and shoes code. 

Find out about dress guidelines

Facilities

Whether you’re looking to get stuck into an important project or relax over a delicious meal, our network of lounges offer a range of facilities to get your trip off to a flying start.

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Dining in our lounges

With delicious menus available across Qantas Club, as well as our Business and First Lounges, dining in the lounge is an integral part of the Qantas journey.

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Working from the lounge

Our lounges are the ideal environment to reconnect online or catch-up on work, with access to free Wi-Fi and dedicated work zones.

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Refreshments

From hot, barista-made coffee to ice-cold beers and bubbles, wind down with a range of quality refreshments before you board.  

Learn more about refreshments

Qantas Club

Join Qantas Club to unlock access to Qantas and partner lounges worldwide. Simply select a Qantas Club membership that suits you and enjoy.

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About Qantas Club

Make the Qantas Club your first destination for business or leisure. Find out about membership types, locations, exclusive benefits and more. 

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Membership types

Find the right membership to start your journey in style. Choose to join for 1, 2 or 4 years. 

View membership options and prices
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Benefits

Enjoy the exclusive benefits of being a Qantas Club member, including additional checked baggage allowance, domestic upgrades, and more.

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Investing in our lounges

We're continuing to expand our Australian and global lounge network to ensure a seamless experience wherever you fly with us.
As part of our investment, we're enhancing our lounge experience to ensure a new level of luxury all before you step onboard. 

New lounges

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Proposal of a brand new London First Lounge at Heathrow Airport to align with the launch of Project Sunrise direct flights between the United Kingdom and the east coast of Australia.

Plans for a relocation into a new Hobart Qantas Club with a larger premise in line with the overall terminal redevelopment. 

Construction of a brand new, Broome Regional Lounge that will double the capacity of the current lounge.

Construction has commenced on a new lounge precinct in Adelaide. Plus a new lounge in Port Hedland is also coming.

Refurbishments

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A proposed redevelopment of the existing Melbourne Business Lounge will feature an expanded footprint and a new signature food and beverage offering. The refresh will be carried out in stages. 

A planned redesign and rebuild of the current Sydney International Business Lounge will increase capacity by 40 percent. The redesign will include a new food and beverage offering. 

Refurbishment of the Auckland International Lounge is also planned, while the refresh of the Adelaide Qantas Club is now underway.

Unlock access to Qantas and partner lounges

Check if you’re eligible to access one of our lounges today or simply purchase a Qantas Club membership to start accessing Qantas lounges all around the world.

Important information

If you are a Qantas Platinum Frequent Flyer or Gold Frequent Flyer member (equivalent to the oneworld Emerald or Sapphire tiers), or you are travelling in a First or Business Class cabin on any oneworld member airline (excludes oneworld connect partners), you can access more than 650 airport lounges throughout the world. To be eligible, you must be departing on a flight that is both marketed and operated by a oneworld member airline. Visit our oneworld alliance page for more information, eligibility requirements and lounge locations.

Entry to the Qantas lounges is subject to lounge entry terms and conditions

Entry to non-Qantas branded lounges is subject to the operators’ eligibility and entry requirements.