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Dublin Airport (DUB)
Flights from Australia to Dublin will disembark at Dublin Airport.
Dublin Airport (DUB) is the international airport of Ireland's capital, and the busiest airport in the country. The airport also runs domestic services as well as a large number of short and medium haul services including 40 trips to London per day.
Airport Accommodation: There are a number of hotels located in close proximity to Dublin Airport. Book your Dublin Airport accommodation.
Getting to Dublin
There are many airlines that offer flights to Dublin from Australia that involve a stopover in a third destination. Flights from Sydney, Brisbane or Melbourne via Dubai or Abu Dhabi take between 25 and 29 hours depending on the stopover. Flights from Perth via Dubai take between 21 and 28 hours depending on the stopover.
Airlines that fly to Dublin
Airlines that offer cheap flights to Dublin from Australia include:
For more information on Dublin vacations check out our Dublin travel guide.
Looking for more than just a flight? A Dublin vacation package includes flights, accommodation, and often other extras like tours or car hire. View our Dublin packages.
The picturesque River Liffey separates Dublin into a north and south divide. On the southern side consider exploring the country's most famous University, Trinity College, which contains the historic Book of Kells, Dublin Castle and St Patrick's Cathedral. St Stephen's Green and Merrion Square Park are Dublin's most famous designed garden squares and provide a wonderful oasis to rest. Also allow time to admire the collection in the National Gallery of Ireland, appreciate the architecture of the Shelbourne Hotel and shop in the Powerscourt Center.
On the north side, the Spire on O'Connell Street has become an icon of the city since its construction in 2003. Opposite the spire is the General Post Office, which featured heavily in early twentieth century Irish history. It's also worth checking out Customs House and wandering through the recently renovated Docklands area. Consider attending a performance at either the Abbey or Gate Theater – both have international reputations for staging thought-provoking productions.
For beer fans, the Guinness Storehouse offers tours through the facility. Other sites of note scattered throughout the city include the fascinating Kilmainham Gaol, the Chester Beatty Library and Christ Church Cathedral, the oldest building in the city. To the west is the largest enclosed park in Europe – Phoenix Park, which contains expansive grass lands, as well as the residence of the Irish President and Dublin Zoo. You can see all of these sights and more with our cheap flights to Dublin.