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Getting Here

Being such a unique destination and with Australians some of the world's most prolific travellers, there are many options for inbound transport.

The majority of International flights arrive into Sydney & Melbourne, but there are also a growing number into Brisbane & Perth depending on your origin.

The cruise season also brings multiple sailings to the ports of Australia.

We’re happy to book your transport to Australia for you, however we’ve found often you will be able to source cheaper fares purchasing in your country as the starting point. We’re here to add value to your vacation booking process so we’ll happily advise you on the timings and carriers that best match your needs.

From North America

The big U.S carriers fly direct from the U.S West Coast - Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, and American Airlines along with the Australian carriers of QANTAS & Virgin. There’s also options via New Zealand with Air New Zealand, or the pacific with Hawaiian Airlines, Fiji Airways or Air Tahiti Nui.

From Europe

There are multiple carriers via the Middle East or Asia into all of Australia’s major cities. Etihad Airways, Emirates, Singapore Airlines, Thai, Malaysian, and Cathay Pacific the list goes on.

From Asia

Again various options including Singapore Airlines, Thai, Malaysian, Cathay Pacific and the National flag carrier QANTAS. All Nippon Airways have recently commenced flights into Sydney from Tokyo.

All international visitors require a passport that is valid for at least three (3) months after intended departure from Australia. Every traveller (other than NZ passport holder) needs a Visa to enter Australia, but many countries (including USA, UK, Singapore, Malaysia + approx. 30 more) are eligible for an Electronic Travel Authority https://www.eta.immi.gov.au/ETAS3/etas which is a cheap and simple application linked to your passport. We can advise you on these details. Australia has very strict quarantine regulations. Do not bring any raw food, fruit or plant material with you.

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