Closest Airport to Bundaberg, Airports Near Bundaberg, Australia

The closest airport to Bundaberg is Bundaberg Airport (BDB). Distance from Bundaberg Airport to Bundaberg is 3.21 miles / 5.17 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Bundaberg

  1. Bundaberg Airport (5.17 Km)
  2. Hervey Bay Airport (73.46 Km)
  3. Maryborough Airport (80.85 Km)
  4. Gayndah Airport (110.96 Km)
  5. Monto Airport (126 Km)
  6. Gladstone Airport (158.99 Km)
  7. Gympie Airport (161.46 Km)
  8. Wondai Airport (165.1 Km)
  9. Thangool Airport (183.84 Km)
  10. Kingaroy Airport (197.34 Km)
  11. Maroochydore Airport (206.98 Km)
  12. Caloundra Airport (227.8 Km)
  13. Theodore Airport (227.91 Km)
  14. Rockhampton Airport (251.78 Km)
  15. Taroom Airport (267.19 Km)
  16. Chinchilla Airport (274.04 Km)
  17. Dalby Airport (276.55 Km)
  18. Oakey Airport (289.58 Km)
  19. Brisbane International Airport (290.31 Km)
  20. Toowoomba Airport (300.75 Km)

List of Airports close to Bundaberg

Bundaberg Airport (BDB)

Bundaberg Airport is located approximately 3.11 miles / 5 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Bundaberg. IATA airport code is BDB.

Hervey Bay Airport (HVB)

Hervey Bay Airport is located approximately 45.36 miles / 73 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Bundaberg. IATA airport code is HVB.

Maryborough Airport (MBH)

Maryborough Airport is located approximately 49.71 miles / 80 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Bundaberg. IATA airport code is MBH.

Lady Elliot Island Airport (LYT)

Lady Elliot Island Airport is located approximately 56.54 miles / 91 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Bundaberg. IATA airport code is LYT.

Fraser Island Airport (OKB)

Fraser Island Airport is located approximately 60.27 miles / 97 kilometers East (E) of central Bundaberg. IATA airport code is OKB.

Gayndah Airport (GAH)

Gayndah Airport is located approximately 68.35 miles / 110 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Bundaberg. IATA airport code is GAH.

Monto Airport (MNQ)

Monto Airport is located approximately 78.29 miles / 126 kilometers West (W) of central Bundaberg. IATA airport code is MNQ.

Gladstone Airport (GLT)

Gladstone Airport is located approximately 98.18 miles / 158 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Bundaberg. IATA airport code is GLT.

Gympie Airport (GYP)

Gympie Airport is located approximately 100.04 miles / 161 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Bundaberg. IATA airport code is GYP.

Heron Island Heliport (HRN)

Heron Island Heliport is located approximately 101.9 miles / 164 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Bundaberg. IATA airport code is HRN.

Wondai Airport (WDI)

Wondai Airport is located approximately 102.53 miles / 165 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Bundaberg. IATA airport code is WDI.

Tewantin Airport (TWN)

Tewantin Airport is located approximately 113.09 miles / 182 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Bundaberg. IATA airport code is TWN.

Thangool Airport (THG)

Thangool Airport is located approximately 113.71 miles / 183 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Bundaberg. IATA airport code is THG.

Noosaville Airport (NSV)

Noosaville Airport is located approximately 116.2 miles / 187 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Bundaberg. IATA airport code is NSV.

Biloela Airport (ZBL)

Biloela Airport is located approximately 119.92 miles / 193 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Bundaberg. IATA airport code is ZBL.

Kingaroy Airport (KGY)

Kingaroy Airport is located approximately 122.41 miles / 197 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Bundaberg. IATA airport code is KGY.

Nambour Airport (NBR)

Nambour Airport is located approximately 127.38 miles / 205 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Bundaberg. IATA airport code is NBR.

Maroochydore Airport (MCY)

Maroochydore Airport is located approximately 128 miles / 206 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Bundaberg. IATA airport code is MCY.

Caloundra Airport (CUD)

Caloundra Airport is located approximately 141.05 miles / 227 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Bundaberg. IATA airport code is CUD.

Theodore Airport (TDR)

Theodore Airport is located approximately 141.05 miles / 227 kilometers West (W) of central Bundaberg. IATA airport code is TDR.