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Cheap Flights to Australia in 2014 / 2015

Book your cheap flights to Australia from the UK in 2014 / 2015

Are you looking for cheap flights to Australia from the UK in 2014 / 2015? You have come to the right place. Flight Centre are experts in cheap flights to Australia and work with many airlines to give you the best possible prices and service. We have experts for all audiences and, being an Australian company, have much expertise when it comes to travelling to Australia.

Making the journey half way around the world can be a complex task. Flight Centre can answer any questions you may have and provide you with the latest information for your journey. If you are looking for some original ideas for your trip to Australia, take a look at this inspiration page to start your adventure Down Under. Flights to Australia from the UK are but a phone call away...

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Cheapest flights to Australia

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From: London Heathrow
To: Perth, Western Australia
01 - 30 Nov 2014
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£589
Offer Ends
15 Oct 14
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From: London Heathrow
To: Brisbane, South East Queensland
01 - 30 Nov 2014
from
£599
Offer Ends
15 Oct 14
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From: London Heathrow
To: Melbourne, Victoria
01 - 30 Nov 2014
from
£599
Offer Ends
15 Oct 14
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From: London Heathrow
To: Portland, Great Ocean Road
20 Oct - 12 Dec 2014
from
£619
Offer Ends
23 Sep 14
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From: London Heathrow
To: Sydney, Sydney, New South Wales
01 - 30 Nov 2014
from
£639
Offer Ends
15 Oct 14
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0800 082 3401
From: London Heathrow
To: Perth, Western Australia
07 Oct - 11 Dec 2014
from
£660
Offer Ends
25 Sep 14
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0800 082 3401
From: London Heathrow
To: Melbourne, Victoria
07 Oct - 11 Dec 2014
from
£662
Offer Ends
25 Sep 14
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0800 082 3401
From: London Heathrow
To: Brisbane, South East Queensland
07 Oct - 11 Dec 2014
from
£670
Offer Ends
25 Sep 14
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0800 082 3401
From: London Gatwick
To: Perth, Western Australia
01 - 30 Nov 2014
from
£686
Offer Ends
23 Sep 14
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From: Manchester
To: Perth, Western Australia
04 Apr - 09 Jun 2015
from
£698
Offer Ends
30 Sep 14
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About Flights to Australia

Flights from the UK to Australia generally disembark at Sydney International Airport, the country’s main international airport. As a long haul flight taking approximately 21 hours and 35 minutes from London to Sydney, flights to Australia usually include a stopover in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Los Angeles, Singapore, Tokyo, Bangkok or Hong Kong depending on the airline. From Sydney, transfers are available to reach a wide range of Australian cities, including Brisbane and Melbourne which are only a couple of hours in flying time away.

Airlines that fly to Australia

Airlines that fly from the UK to Australia include:

Australian International Airports

As an incredibly spread out country, Australia boasts a large number of domestic airports. The country’s main international airports include:

  • Sydney International Airport
  • Melbourne International Airport
  • Brisbane International Airport
  • Adelaide International Airport
  • Perth International Airport
  • Darwin International Airport

Airport Transfers

Most of Australia’s International Airports are serviced by a wide range of transport options including trains, public buses and private shuttle buses. Moreover, often the quickest way to reach the city from the airport is via train. Taxis are also common but can be quite expensive depending on the location of your accommodation. From Sydney the quickest way to reach the CBD is via train, while taxis from the aiport to the CBD will cost approximately £20. Alternatively, car hire stations are available at all of Australia’s international airports and can be booked in advance for you by your consultant.

Useful Information

British passport holders will need to apply for an eVisitor Visa online in order to fly to Australia. If you wish to work, study or stay in the country for longer than three months, you will need to apply for a different type of visa. In addition to the usual check-in and carry-on baggage restrictions, Australia has it’s own restrictions as to what can and cannot be brought into the country. Before your flight, be sure to check these restrictions via the official Australian Government website and if you’re not sure about an item, it is recommended to declare it to the authorities upon arrival to avoid a fine.

Getting Around

As a big country with much of the major cities spread out, driving a car is the favoured mode of transport for most Australians. As a result, car hire is very common and a great way to explore the country at your own place. In Australia’s larger cities it is also possible to get around via public transport with Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide offering a wide range of options from buses to trains, ferries and even trams. These cities as well as many of the tourist hotspots such as Cairns, Hobart and the Gold Coast are also serviced by airports with domestic flights operating daily. To make a lot of ground while still being able to enjoy the scenery, consider booking a tour via coach, train or even cruise and make the most of your Australian holiday.

Top Attractions

When booking your flights to Australia, take into consideration the tourist spots you want to see. If the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Opera House and Bondi Beach are on your list, then be sure to book your flights to Sydney. The Great Barrier Reef is another top attraction for Australia and is best reached by flights to Cairns or the Whitsundays. For a taste of the outback, another Australian hotspot is Uluru. Also known as Ayers Rock, the incredible natural landmark sits in the middle of the Northern Territory and has its own designated airport, located just 6 kilometres away.

Bondi beach Sydney, Australia

Holidays

Once you’ve booked your long-haul flight to Australia, then it’s time to start planning your Australian holiday. From days spent at the beach to the outback and all the cities and towns in between, there are plenty of accommodation options to consider. For some inspiration, check out our Australian Holiday packages and make the most of your time down under.

How to book your Australia flights