Flying nine times a week from Jakarta to Australia, with daily flights to Sydney and three flights per week to Melbourne, Qantas connects travellers to the wonders of Australia. For those looking to explore Tasmania, Melbourne Airport has the most flight connections, with Qantas’ flights to Hobart, Launceston, Devonport and Burnie.

Committed to passenger comfort even when they’re not flying, Qantas’ operates five lounges in Melbourne: Domestic Qantas Club, Domestic Chairmans Lounge, International Business Lounge, International First Lounge and the Domestic Business Lounge.

The new lounge promises comfort and elegance, envisioned as a sanctuary for travellers by the esteemed design firm, Woods Bagot. Drawing inspiration from Melbourne’s cosmopolitan charm, the space exudes sophistication through its dark luxurious tones and upscale finishes. From the rich Nero Marquina marble sourced from Northern Spain to the intricate brass and black metal fittings, every detail reflects an unwavering commitment to excellence.

The lounge’s ambiance is further elevated by its thoughtful layout, featuring expansive windows that bathe the space in natural light and offer views of the airport surroundings. Whether guests seek solitude for focused work or prefer to unwind with a captivating vista, the lounge caters to every preference with its versatile seating arrangements, plus shower suites for those needing to refresh before their next leg.

Culinary enthusiasts are in for a treat at the Spice Bar, where the tantalising aromas of freshly prepared Asian soups and noodles beckon discerning palates. Curated by Neil Perry, Qantas’ Creative Director of Food, Beverage, and Service, the menu showcases a fusion of flavours that celebrate Melbourne’s multicultural culinary scene. Meanwhile, coffee aficionados can indulge in the city’s renowned coffee culture at the fully-staffed barista station, which serves up expertly crafted brews to satisfy even the most discerning connoisseurs.

Beyond its gastronomic offerings, the lounge prioritises holistic well-being with a hydration station that provides an array of flavoured waters and tisanes, ensuring travellers stay refreshed. For those seeking to elevate their pre-flight experience, the lounge hosts a signature “cocktail hour” in the evenings, featuring an enticing selection of cocktails crafted by skilled Neil Perry Consulting mixologists.

Regarded by Frequent Flyers as a favourite on the domestic network, the Qantas Melbourne Domestic Business Lounge operates with the utmost convenience, opening one hour before each Qantas-operated flight and welcoming guests until the departure of the last flight. This ensures that passengers have ample time to immerse themselves in the lounge’s services and prepare for their travels with relaxation and indulgence.

All Qantas flights from Jakarta are operated on Airbus A330 aircraft, featuring individual suites in Business Class, each with aisle access in a 1-2-1 configuration that convert to a fully flat bed.

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