Cheap flights from Melbourne to Bali
Fly from Melbourne to Bali
Feel like taking a Bali break? It’s oh so easy with Jetstar’s direct flights from Melbourne.
|Average direct flight time||5 hours and 50 minutes|
|Average distance by plane||4400km|
|Departure airport*||Melbourne Airport (MEL)
*Also indirect from Avalon Airport (AVV)
|Arrival airport||Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS)|
|Aircraft||Boeing 787 or A321|
Need to know
Flight time from Melbourne to Bali
The average flight time for direct flights from Melbourne to Bali is 5 hours and 50 minutes.
Distance from Melbourne to Bali by plane
The average distance by plane from Melbourne to Bali is 4400 kilometres.
Time difference between Melbourne and Bali
From March to September, Melbourne (AEST: UTC +10) is 2 hours ahead of Bali (WITA: UTC +8). During Daylight Savings (October–April) it's 3 hours ahead.
Number of airports in Bali
There’s one airport: Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS).
Distance from Bali airport to the city centre
The airport is 13 kilometres from Denpasar city centre.
Transport from Bali airport to the city centre
A taxi is the easiest option. There’s a counter outside arrivals.
Rice terraces, Bali.
Bali travel tips
Where can I go to get my yoga on?
There’s no shortage of lush wellness centres and yoga retreats in Bali, so amp up your relaxation and get bendy at the same time at some renowned resorts.
Where should I take the kids?
Waterbom Park: scare yourself silly on sky-high waterslides, drift along the Lazy River in an inflatable tube or lounge in a cabana.
What about things for the kids to do in Ubud?
Ubud might be more famous for its yoga retreats and forest surrounds, but it’s got a heap of great things for the kids to do too, from skateboarding to puppet shows.
Where will I find the best views in Bali?
Everywhere! Bali really is a pretty picturesque place, full of stunning scenes of serene greenery, surf beaches, regal temples, designer boutiques and bustling city streets.
What about other nearby islands?
If you’re heading to Bali, try heading to the nearby Gili Islands for a couple of days. These three small islands are the embodiment of ‘tropical getaway’.
Mount Agung, Bali.
How much is a...
|Cappuccino||IDR Rp 19,000–30,000 (AUD $1–3)|
|Foot massage||IDR Rp 72,000–96,00 (AUD $8–10)|
|Lunch and drinks at a mid-range restaurant||IDR Rp 200,000–400,000 (AUD $20–40)|
|Room at a 3-star hotel||IDR Rp 480,000–1,500,000 (AUD $50–150)|
|Taxi from the airport||IDR Rp 80,000–300,000 (AUD $8–30) depending on where you’re staying.|
How do you say...
|Thank you||Terima kasih|
Things to do in Bali
Bali’s rice terraces, secluded beaches, perfect waves, colourful marine life, towering volcanoes, fascinating Hindu culture and modern tourist buzz mean it offers something for just about everyone.
Weather and when to go
Located on the equator, Bali enjoys sunshine just about all year round, especially in the coastal areas. The rainy season from October to March means it tends to rain for just a few hours a day, though cloudy skies may last longer. Temperatures dip as you head towards the mountains of central Bali.