Closest Airport to Busselton, Airports Near Busselton, Australia

The closest airport to Busselton is Bunbury Airport (BUY). Distance from Bunbury Airport to Busselton is 26.86 miles / 43.23 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Busselton

  1. Bunbury Airport (43.23 Km)
  2. Manjimup Airport (99.53 Km)
  3. Jandakot Airport (180.2 Km)
  4. Rottnest Island Airport (184.19 Km)
  5. Perth Airport (199.25 Km)
  6. Albany Airport (267.43 Km)
  7. Southern Cross Airport (462.24 Km)
  8. Morawa Airport (499.32 Km)
  9. Geraldton Airport (543.78 Km)
  10. Mullewa Airport (576.26 Km)
  11. Esperance Airport (598.93 Km)
  12. Norseman Airport (618.87 Km)
  13. Kalgoorlie Airport (657.19 Km)
  14. Mount Magnet Airport (660.19 Km)
  15. Kalbarri Airport (671.43 Km)
  16. Cue Airport (732.79 Km)
  17. Leonora Airport (776.63 Km)
  18. Leinster Airport (823.92 Km)
  19. Meekatharra Airport (841.3 Km)
  20. Laverton Airport (875.7 Km)

List of Airports close to Busselton

Bussellton Airport (BQB)

Bussellton Airport is located approximately 3.73 miles / 6 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Busselton. IATA airport code is BQB.

Margaret River Airport (MQZ)

Margaret River Airport is located approximately 23.61 miles / 38 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Busselton. IATA airport code is MQZ.

Bunbury Airport (BUY)

Bunbury Airport is located approximately 26.72 miles / 43 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Busselton. IATA airport code is BUY.

Collie Airport (CIE)

Collie Airport is located approximately 53.44 miles / 86 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Busselton. IATA airport code is CIE.

Manjimup Airport (MJP)

Manjimup Airport is located approximately 61.52 miles / 99 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Busselton. IATA airport code is MJP.

Jandakot Airport (JAD)

Jandakot Airport is located approximately 111.85 miles / 180 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Busselton. IATA airport code is JAD.

Fremantle Heliport (JFM)

Fremantle Heliport is located approximately 113.09 miles / 182 kilometers North (N) of central Busselton. IATA airport code is JFM.

Rottnest Island Airport (RTS)

Rottnest Island Airport is located approximately 114.33 miles / 184 kilometers North (N) of central Busselton. IATA airport code is RTS.

Narrogin Airport (NRG)

Narrogin Airport is located approximately 115.58 miles / 186 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Busselton. IATA airport code is NRG.

Perth Airport (PER)

Perth Airport is located approximately 123.65 miles / 199 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Busselton. IATA airport code is PER.

Katanning Airport (KNI)

Katanning Airport is located approximately 131.11 miles / 211 kilometers East (E) of central Busselton. IATA airport code is KNI.

Albany Airport (ALH)

Albany Airport is located approximately 165.91 miles / 267 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Busselton. IATA airport code is ALH.

Jurien Bay Airport (JUR)

Jurien Bay Airport is located approximately 232.39 miles / 374 kilometers North (N) of central Busselton. IATA airport code is JUR.

Eneabba Airport (ENB)

Eneabba Airport is located approximately 264.08 miles / 425 kilometers North (N) of central Busselton. IATA airport code is ENB.

Ravensthorpe Airport (RVT)

Ravensthorpe Airport is located approximately 279 miles / 449 kilometers East (E) of central Busselton. IATA airport code is RVT.

Southern Cross Airport (SQC)

Southern Cross Airport is located approximately 287.07 miles / 462 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Busselton. IATA airport code is SQC.

Dongara Airport (DOX)

Dongara Airport is located approximately 301.36 miles / 485 kilometers North (N) of central Busselton. IATA airport code is DOX.

Morawa Airport (MWB)

Morawa Airport is located approximately 310.06 miles / 499 kilometers North (N) of central Busselton. IATA airport code is MWB.

Geraldton Airport (GET)

Geraldton Airport is located approximately 337.4 miles / 543 kilometers North (N) of central Busselton. IATA airport code is GET.

Mullewa Airport (MXU)

Mullewa Airport is located approximately 357.91 miles / 576 kilometers North (N) of central Busselton. IATA airport code is MXU.