Closest Airport to Brisbane Airport, Airports Near Brisbane Airport, Australia

The closest airport to Brisbane Airport is Brisbane International Airport (BNE). Distance from Brisbane International Airport to Brisbane Airport is 1.12 miles / 1.8 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Brisbane Airport

  1. Brisbane International Airport (1.8 Km)
  2. Brisbane Archerfield Airport (21.53 Km)
  3. Caloundra Airport (66.65 Km)
  4. Maroochydore Airport (88.53 Km)
  5. Gold Coast Airport (93.52 Km)
  6. Toowoomba Airport (118.91 Km)
  7. Gympie Airport (130.59 Km)
  8. Oakey Airport (135.78 Km)
  9. Kingaroy Airport (155.25 Km)
  10. Lismore Airport (159.8 Km)
  11. Casino Airport (165.01 Km)
  12. Ballina Byron Airport (165.56 Km)
  13. Stanthorpe Airport (174.67 Km)
  14. Wondai Airport (175.6 Km)
  15. Dalby Airport (184.19 Km)
  16. Maryborough Airport (213.37 Km)
  17. Hervey Bay Airport (232.46 Km)
  18. Gayndah Airport (247.81 Km)
  19. Chinchilla Airport (256.41 Km)
  20. Tara Airport (261.64 Km)

List of Airports close to Brisbane Airport

Brisbane International Airport (BNE)

Brisbane International Airport is located approximately 0.62 miles / 1 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Brisbane Airport. IATA airport code is BNE.

Brisbane Archerfield Airport (ACF)

Brisbane Archerfield Airport is located approximately 13.05 miles / 21 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Brisbane Airport. IATA airport code is ACF.

Tangalooma Airport (TAN)

Tangalooma Airport is located approximately 23.61 miles / 38 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Brisbane Airport. IATA airport code is TAN.

Southport Airport (SHQ)

Southport Airport is located approximately 38.53 miles / 62 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Brisbane Airport. IATA airport code is SHQ.

Caloundra Airport (CUD)

Caloundra Airport is located approximately 41.01 miles / 66 kilometers North (N) of central Brisbane Airport. IATA airport code is CUD.

Surfers Paradise Airport (SFP)

Surfers Paradise Airport is located approximately 45.36 miles / 73 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Brisbane Airport. IATA airport code is SFP.

Nambour Airport (NBR)

Nambour Airport is located approximately 53.44 miles / 86 kilometers North (N) of central Brisbane Airport. IATA airport code is NBR.

Maroochydore Airport (MCY)

Maroochydore Airport is located approximately 54.68 miles / 88 kilometers North (N) of central Brisbane Airport. IATA airport code is MCY.

Gold Coast Airport (OOL)

Gold Coast Airport is located approximately 57.79 miles / 93 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Brisbane Airport. IATA airport code is OOL.

Noosaville Airport (NSV)

Noosaville Airport is located approximately 67.11 miles / 108 kilometers North (N) of central Brisbane Airport. IATA airport code is NSV.

Tewantin Airport (TWN)

Tewantin Airport is located approximately 70.21 miles / 113 kilometers North (N) of central Brisbane Airport. IATA airport code is TWN.

Toowoomba Airport (TWB)

Toowoomba Airport is located approximately 73.32 miles / 118 kilometers West (W) of central Brisbane Airport. IATA airport code is TWB.

Gympie Airport (GYP)

Gympie Airport is located approximately 80.78 miles / 130 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Brisbane Airport. IATA airport code is GYP.

Oakey Airport (OKY)

Oakey Airport is located approximately 83.89 miles / 135 kilometers West (W) of central Brisbane Airport. IATA airport code is OKY.

Warwick Airport (WAZ)

Warwick Airport is located approximately 87.61 miles / 141 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Brisbane Airport. IATA airport code is WAZ.

Cherribah Airport (CRH)

Cherribah Airport is located approximately 94.45 miles / 152 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Brisbane Airport. IATA airport code is CRH.

Kingaroy Airport (KGY)

Kingaroy Airport is located approximately 96.31 miles / 155 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Brisbane Airport. IATA airport code is KGY.

Lismore Airport (LSY)

Lismore Airport is located approximately 98.8 miles / 159 kilometers South (S) of central Brisbane Airport. IATA airport code is LSY.

Casino Airport (CSI)

Casino Airport is located approximately 102.53 miles / 165 kilometers South (S) of central Brisbane Airport. IATA airport code is CSI.

Ballina Byron Airport (BNK)

Ballina Byron Airport is located approximately 102.53 miles / 165 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Brisbane Airport. IATA airport code is BNK.