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Book One of Our Great Value Flights to Australia and Discover the Magic of the Land Down Under

The sixth largest country in the world, the vast island of Australia truly offers something for everyone to enjoy. From miles and miles of iconic coastline to sunscorched wilderness as far as the eye can see, its cities are buzzing with life and its sunshine is neverending. Now is the time to take the plunge and pay a visit to the land down under.

Discover the Magic of the Land Down Under Discover the Magic of the Land Down Under

What to See and Do in Australia

Experience the City Buzz

Experience the City Buzz Experience the City Buzz

With most of the population of Australia living inside the cities that line its coast, you can be sure that there’s plenty of exciting action going down there. From the artsy hipster feel of Melbourne to the political vibes of capital Canberra, there’s truly an Aussie city to suit everyone. Wine fans will love a visit to the vineyards of Adelaide and beach lovers will be dazzled by sundrenched Brisbane. Of course, the jewel in the crown is the unmissable metropolis of Sydney, a buzzing and frenetic centre of all things cool.

Discover the Australian Outback

Discover the Australian Outback Discover the Australian Outback

Of course, there’s more to Australia than simply its cities; dare to reveal the mysteries of the unknown with a trip into the Outback. Amongst the undiscovered lands spreading as far as the eye can see, you’ll find plenty to marvel at. Behold the magic of Uluru, otherwise known as Ayers Rock, rising majestically from the sun scorched ground or marvel at the beauty of Kata Tjuta (the Olgas). Walk in the valleys of Kings Canyon and stay in nearby Alice Springs, one of Australia’s most famous outback towns.

Bask in Beach Paradise

Bask in Beach Paradise Bask in Beach Paradise

The Australian beach culture is so iconic that’s it’s practically a way of life for many Aussies - and with beaches as beautiful as these, it’s not hard to see why. Take some time to travel up and down the infamous east coast of the country visiting every beach you find along the way, from the world famous Bondi beach in Sydney to the unbeatable waves of Byron Bay. Be sure not to miss the picturesque bliss of Whitehaven beach on Whitsundays Island or 75 mile beach (the world’s largest sand beach) on Fraser Island - and don’t forget about Australia’s west coast too! Whichever Aussie beach you choose, kick back, relax and enjoy the paradise.

Get Back to Nature

Get Back to Nature Get Back to Nature

If you’re looking for a bit of outdoor adventure after all that beachy relaxation, Australia certainly doesn’t disappoint. The beauty of the Blue Mountains national park will take your breath away and is a great place for fans of hiking. Of course, diving the world famous Great Barrier Reef will be everything you ever dreamed it to be and there’s plenty of surfing to be found along the acres of coastline.

Explore the Ancient Culture and History

Explore the Ancient Culture and History Explore the Ancient Culture and History

The native people of this land, Aboriginal Australians are believe to have lived on the island for over 75,000 years. Boasting a fascinating history and one-of-a-kind culture long before Australia’s discovery by the West, don’t miss your chance to gain an insight into the country’s beginnings. Taking the time to discover Australia’s history is an important part of appreciating the beauty of the country as it is today.

Best Time to Fly to Australia

Best Time to Fly to Australia Best Time to Fly to Australia

Australia sits deep into the Southern Hemisphere of the world, meaning that its seasons are the exact opposite of those in the UK. An Australian winter is June and July, with the summer season arriving in December and January, making it the ideal place for a balmy Christmas spent on the beach!

Although Australia is generally sunny all year round and there’s never a bad time to visit, a country so large has quite a diverse climate. The north of the country experiences temperate climates all year round, with the south privy to slightly cooler winters. Australia is also one of the driest places on earth with barely any rainfall at any time of the year, so save your umbrella for another trip!

UK Airports Offering International Flights to Australia

The majority of UK flights to Australia depart from London’s major airports of Gatwick, Heathrow, Stansted and Luton. If you live outside of London and these aren’t the most convenient airports for you, there are many other parts of the UK offering flights to Australia.

Other major UK Airports with Flights to Australia

  • Fly to Sydney from Manchester, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Glasgow, Birmingham, Aberdeen, Leeds, Bristol, Southampton, Liverpool, Cardiff, Belfast, East Midlands, Exeter, Durham, Humberside, Blackpool, Newquay, Southend and London City
  • Fly to Melbourne from Manchester, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Glasgow, Birmingham, Aberdeen, Leeds, Southampton, Liverpool, Jersey, Cardiff and London City
  • Fly to Perth from Manchester, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Birmingham, Leeds, Bristol, Norwich, Cardiff, Liverpool, Southampton, Belfast and London City
  • Fly to Brisbane from Manchester, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Birmingham, Aberdeen, Bristol, Norwich, Belfast and London City
  • Fly to Adelaide from Manchester, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Glasgow, Birmingham, Bristol, Southampton, Belfast, East Midlands and Norwich
  • Fly to Canberra from Manchester, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Glasgow, Birmingham, Aberdeen, Leeds, Bristol, Liverpool, Cardiff, Belfast and Norwich
  • Fly to Darwin from Manchester, Birmingham, Aberdeen, Jersey and London City
  • Fly to Gold Coast from Manchester, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Glasgow, Birmingham, Aberdeen, Leeds, Bristol, Liverpool, Cardiff, Belfast and Southampton
  • Fly to Cairns from Manchester, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Glasgow, Birmingham, Aberdeen, Leeds, Bristol, Liverpool, Cardiff, Belfast and Southampton

Australia Visa and Entry Requirements for UK Citizens

If you’re a UK citizen, you can visit Australia on a holiday of up to 3 months with either an eVisitor visa or an Electronic Travel Authority (ETA). You can apply online for an eVisitor visa free of charge or you can apply for your ETA via a travel agent.

Call us now on 0844 482 4060 and book one of our brilliant value flights from the UK to Australia. Your holiday starts here!

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