Melbourne Airport Parking
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About Melbourne Airport Parking
Are you taking your car to Melbourne airport but have still to arrange parking? Here on the ParkVia website you will find many parking spaces for Melbourne airport ready to book now. Making a booking is quick, easy and stress free so if you need parking for Melbourne airport now’s the time to act!
Travellers needing parking for Melbourne airport can choose from either the Park and Ride car parks or undercover or open air car parks – the choice is yours. For your peace of mind the car park is monitored by CCTV and patrolled by security day and night. There’s also an on demand shuttle bus service that takes you directly to the airport terminal leaving you plenty of time before you take your flight.
How do I book my Melbourne airport parking?
Booking parking for Melbourne airport is fast and simple when you use ParkVia. Just add the dates and times you need to leave off and pick up your vehicle and then click the ‘Search’ button. After that, simply select the car park that suits you best and then add the information requested which follows. And that’s it – your booking is now complete! Have you all to do now is sit back, relax and wait for your booking confirmation to come through on email and text message.
If you would like more information on how to make a booking just visit our ‘How to book’ page.
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Melbourne Airport information
Melbourne Airport is the primary airport serving the city of Melbourne, and the second busiest airport in Australia. The airport is 14 miles from the city centre and adjacent to the suburb of Tullamarine.
Melbourne Airport's terminals have 56 gates: 40 domestic and 16 international. The airport comprises four terminals: one international terminal, two domestic terminals and one budget domestic terminal.
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