Cheap Flights to Rockhampton
Did you know there are no less than 6 bull statues scattered throughout the 'Beef Capital' of Rockhampton? It’s true, one to represent each breed in the region. All bull aside though, Rockhampton or ‘Rocky’ is a hidden gem with much to offer, including magnificent limestone caves, a national park rocking some of Australia’s best flora and fauna, and a gateway to the Southern Great Barrier Reef. Discover the full extent of what Rockhampton has to offer with Student Flights where our experienced travel consultants can help you round-up the best deals around.
Flights to Rockhampton arrive at Rockhampton Airport (ROK), which handles domestic flights from other cities within Australia. To get from the airport to your accommodation and city centre, a range of public transport and taxis are at your disposal. Most hotels and resorts will also offer a shuttle service. Speak to your Student Flights travel consultant for advice on private transfers.
Flights to Rockhampton depart from Brisbane and the Queensland regional centres of Gladstone, Mackay, Townsville and Cairns. A direct Brisbane-to-Rockhampton flight takes just under one hour and during the flight, airlines will often provide drinks and snacks or meals. For specific services, check out our airline guide.
Airlines that fly to Rockhampton
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Rockhampton Holiday Packages
Whether you’re off for a country escape, in search of a good steak or an island getaway, Student Flights can help you find your ideal Rockhampton holiday package. Get a great deal when you combine flights and accommodation or see what else is on offer with our Rockhampton accommodation and activities packages.
Rockhampton is the Beef Capital of Australia with a historic township and impressive botanical garden, thanks to the place being founded in 1853. In addition to some impressive old-school (by Australian standards) buildings in town, often located by the banks of the impressive Fitzroy River, highlights of this hidden gem include Mount Archer National Park, which offers a spectacular view in addition to the native life; cattle saleyards open to the public; a heritage village; weekly rodeos at the Great Western Hotel; the magnificent limestone Capricorn Caverns; and, of course, nearby just off Yeppoon is the southern start of the Great Barrier Reef.
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