Bundaberg Airport BDB in Australia

Bundaberg Airport BDB in Australia

Bundaberg Airport BDB in Australia is a Queensland Domestic which means it primarily serves flights within Australia..

Key Points Summary

  • Bundaberg Airport in Queensland Australia is a Domestic airport


  • It handles on average 2 flights per day


  • Its airport code is BDB


  • It services airlines such as QantasLink

What facilities does Bundaberg Airport BDB have?

Bundaberg Airport is located 5km southwest of the Bundaberg central business district. It has one asphalt runway that is 1,868 metres in length. The airport has a paid car park with both short-term and long-term parking options available. The terminal building has a café and a small range of shops. Car rental services are available at the airport, and there is also a taxi rank located outside the terminal. Baggage storage is not available at the airport.

Bundaberg Airport, Queensland contact details

Bundaberg Airport, BDB, QLD , Australia.


Address of Bundaberg Airport  QLD:


Terminal Building, Bundaberg QLD 4670, Australia


Phone Number :


61 7 4131 8787


Airport Website:



Map and Directions to Bundaberg Airport

Opening hours of Bundaberg Airport

Opening hours:


6 AM – 6 PM



Queensland Airports each have different opening hours.  Please don’t assume Bundaberg Airport opening hours to match other Australian airport operating hours.

The history of Bundaberg Airport

The airport was established in the 1930s, and was used as a military airfield during World War II. After the war, it became a commercial airport, and was serviced by Qantas and other airlines. Today, it serves a mix of passenger and cargo traffic, and is an important gateway to the Bundaberg region.

Baggage limits on flights from Bundaberg Airport

Most airlines allow passengers to check in one or two bags weighing up to 23kg (50 lbs) each and bring one or two carry-on bags weighing up to 7kg (15 lbs) each.  Always check the specific baggage policy of the airline you are flying with, as some airlines may have different allowances.

Restricted and banned items on planes leaving from Bundaberg Airport

Prohibited items:


Explosive and incendiary substances and devices (e.g. fireworks, flares, grenades, dynamite)
Firearms, including replicas and toys that resemble firearms
Sharp objects such as knives, box cutters, and scissors (except those with blunt ends, such as nail clippers)
Chemicals and toxic substances (e.g. bleach, pepper spray)
Compressed gases (e.g. butane, oxygen)
Flammable liquids and solids (e.g. gasoline, lighter fluid)
Infectious materials (e.g. viruses, bacteria)
Magnetized materials
Poisons (e.g. cyanide, arsenic)
Radioactive materials
Vehicles with fuel tanks


Restricted items:


Liquids, aerosols and gels (LAGs), including toiletries such as shampoo, toothpaste and deodorant, are allowed in your carry-on baggage only in containers of 100 millilitres or less. These containers must be placed in a clear, resealable plastic bag of no more than one-litre capacity per passenger.

Lithium batteries can be carried in both checked and carry-on baggage, but there are restrictions on the size and quantity. Spare batteries must be carried in your carry-on baggage and not checked in.

Electronic devices with lithium batteries such as laptops, tablets, and smartphones are allowed on board but must be switched off during takeoff and landing.



Even if an item is not listed as prohibited or restricted, it may still be deemed inappropriate for air travel and confiscated by security. If you are unsure about whether an item is allowed on your flight, call the Bundaberg Airport on 61 7 4131 8787.

On site emergency services

Bundaberg Airport boasts the support of a a full range of emergency services and trained personnel.  Australia has a strict protocol on safety and a very good record in the aviation sector.  Bundaberg Airport is no different.  You can rest assured you are being well taken care of if any emergency occurs.

Bundaberg Airport Australia

Bundaberg Airport Australia

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