Closest Airport to Burnie, Airports Near Burnie, Australia

The closest airport to Burnie is Burnie Wynyard Airport (BWT). Distance from Burnie Wynyard Airport to Burnie is 9.79 miles / 15.76 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Burnie

  1. Burnie Wynyard Airport (15.76 Km)
  2. Devonport Airport (45.88 Km)
  3. Smithton Airport (73.07 Km)
  4. Launceston Airport (122.32 Km)
  5. Strahan Airport (132.79 Km)
  6. St. Helens Airport (201.38 Km)
  7. Flinders Island Airport (206.17 Km)
  8. King Island Airport (215.56 Km)
  9. Hobart Airport (238.66 Km)
  10. Sale Airport (345.27 Km)
  11. Moorabbin Airport (348.95 Km)
  12. Avalon Airport (356.91 Km)
  13. Essendon Airport (379.54 Km)
  14. Bairnsdale Airport (379.74 Km)
  15. Tullamarine Airport (386.65 Km)
  16. Warrnambool Airport (426.04 Km)
  17. Orbost Airport (430.73 Km)
  18. Portland Airport (486.09 Km)
  19. Ararat Airport (486.12 Km)
  20. Benalla Airport (500.5 Km)

List of Airports close to Burnie

Burnie Wynyard Airport (BWT)

Burnie Wynyard Airport is located approximately 9.32 miles / 15 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Burnie. IATA airport code is BWT.

Devonport Airport (DPO)

Devonport Airport is located approximately 27.96 miles / 45 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Burnie. IATA airport code is DPO.

Latrobe Airport (LTB)

Latrobe Airport is located approximately 27.96 miles / 45 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Burnie. IATA airport code is LTB.

Smithton Airport (SIO)

Smithton Airport is located approximately 45.36 miles / 73 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Burnie. IATA airport code is SIO.

George Town Airport (GEE)

George Town Airport is located approximately 48.47 miles / 78 kilometers East (E) of central Burnie. IATA airport code is GEE.

Queenstown Airport (UEE)

Queenstown Airport is located approximately 72.7 miles / 117 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Burnie. IATA airport code is UEE.

Launceston Airport (LST)

Launceston Airport is located approximately 75.81 miles / 122 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Burnie. IATA airport code is LST.

Strahan Airport (SRN)

Strahan Airport is located approximately 82.02 miles / 132 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Burnie. IATA airport code is SRN.

Cape Barren Island Airport (CBI)

Cape Barren Island Airport is located approximately 119.3 miles / 192 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Burnie. IATA airport code is CBI.

St. Helens Airport (HLS)

St. Helens Airport is located approximately 124.9 miles / 201 kilometers East (E) of central Burnie. IATA airport code is HLS.

Flinders Island Airport (FLS)

Flinders Island Airport is located approximately 128 miles / 206 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Burnie. IATA airport code is FLS.

King Island Airport (KNS)

King Island Airport is located approximately 133.59 miles / 215 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Burnie. IATA airport code is KNS.

Hobart Airport (HBA)

Hobart Airport is located approximately 147.89 miles / 238 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Burnie. IATA airport code is HBA.

Welshpool Airport (WHL)

Welshpool Airport is located approximately 165.28 miles / 266 kilometers North (N) of central Burnie. IATA airport code is WHL.

La Trobe Regional Airport (TGN)

La Trobe Regional Airport is located approximately 198.84 miles / 320 kilometers North (N) of central Burnie. IATA airport code is TGN.

Geelong Airport (GEX)

Geelong Airport is located approximately 211.89 miles / 341 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Burnie. IATA airport code is GEX.

Sale Airport (SXE)

Sale Airport is located approximately 214.37 miles / 345 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Burnie. IATA airport code is SXE.

Moorabbin Airport (MBW)

Moorabbin Airport is located approximately 216.24 miles / 348 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Burnie. IATA airport code is MBW.

Avalon Airport (AVV)

Avalon Airport is located approximately 221.21 miles / 356 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Burnie. IATA airport code is AVV.

Colac Airport (XCO)

Colac Airport is located approximately 224.31 miles / 361 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Burnie. IATA airport code is XCO.