The Australian finished fourth in the race, won by Sebastian Vettel.
Webber said: "I'm looking forward to getting on a plane. It's time to go back to Europe.
"Yeah, I am pleased the weekend is over. There should be no real celebrations today. We can leave. We saw the size of the crowd today."
Sebastian Vettel's Bahrain victory means drivers from four different teams have won the first four races of the season - the first time that has happened since 1983
Speaking about the weekend's distractions, team-mate Vettel said: "It is not easy. You try to focus on the race, on the car and whatever problems you might face in getting more performance out of the car.
"It's not as if you don't have eyes and ears. You are aware of what's going on. You read the same stuff as everyone else and you see the pictures. All in all, I am very happy and relieved that so far nothing has happened.
"Hopefully we'll have a good pack-up now and get back home safely. I think the people here tried as hard as they can to make it as safe as possible, so great thanks to them as well."