Flights to Perth, Australia
Return Economy flights to Perth from London Heathrow start at £688*
When you arrive in Perth, you'll arrive in Australia's sunniest state capital which is also four hours closer to the UK than Sydney. Western Australia is the country's largest state, where 12,500km of pristine white beaches contrast with the deep red of ancient rock formations and the lush greenery of the stunning southern regions.
Western Australia is a nature lovers' paradise, from swimming with wild dolphins and walking among the treetops in the South West, to swimming with whale sharks and manta rays on the Coral Coast. Margaret River has become a centre for gourmet food and wine experiences, while the North West is famed for its dramatic landscapes including the beehive-like formations of the Bungle Bungles.
Return Economy flights to Perth from London Heathrow via Dubai start from £688 for departures between 9 April and 30 June 2015, Monday to Thursday.* Offer ends 19 December 2014, unless sold out before. Availability may be limited. Qantas codeshare flights between Dubai and Perth are operated by Emirates.
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There is so much to see and do in Western Australia; fly to Exmouth and explore Ningaloo Reef where you can swim with the world's largest fish, the whale shark, or snorkel with manta rays. Broome is celebrated for its pearling history and whale watching, as well as being the gateway to the wilderness of the Kimberley region in the North West.
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Flights to Perth
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- Flights between London Heathrow and Perth operate via Dubai.
- Qantas codeshare flights between Dubai and Perth are operated by Emirates.
- Prices based on departure Monday to Thursday. A surcharge of £20 per passenger per booking applies for Friday to Sunday departures.
- Fares may not be available on all flights.
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Discover Perth and Beyond
Take a flight to Perth, Western Australia's state capital, where you'll find extraordinary experiences around every corner. From swimming with the world's largest fish - the whale shark - to riding a camel into the sunset, here are five of our favourites:
Must do's in Perth and Western Australia
Visit Perth, the city of 19 beaches
Perth is Australia's sunniest state capital, and within the city suburbs there are a remarkable 19 beaches to enjoy. The city's most iconic and fashionable beach is Cottesloe, with its slew of bars and restaurants making it a favourite hang-out of Perth's buff-bodied and well-heeled. Trigg Beach, north of the city, is the number one spot for surfing while more tranquil swimming is available at nearby Mettams Pool, a sheltered bay ideal for mums, dads and bucket-and-spade enthusiasts of all ages. Other beach destinations include City Beach, Scarborough, Sorrento, and Fremantle's Port Beach. Whichever you choose, be sure to stick around until dusk and watch the sun melt silently into the Indian Ocean - a light show you'll never forget.
Discover one of the world's biggest inner city parks, Perth's Kings Park
King's Park is so much more than a park. As well as being one of the largest inner city gardens in the world, it's also one of the most diverse; acres of wild bushland sit next to manicured lawns and exotic botanic gardens. Visitors can meander between a tree-top walk, one of Perth's finest restaurants, a relaxed outdoor cinema, or take a 90-minute guided walk. You'll also get to enjoy stunning panoramic views of Perth's contemporary skyline.
Sample wine, food and local produce in Margaret River, in Australia's South West
The Margaret River Wine Region is considered the 'jewel in the crown' of Western Australia's gourmet offering. With more than 200 vineyards, this chilled out surfing town has evolved into the ultimate smorgasbord of wineries, boutique breweries, unique accommodation and restaurants. The Mediterranean climate, pristine environment and nutrient-rich soils provide ideal grape growing conditions, with the region producing more than 30 per cent of the nation's premium wines - testament to its exceptional quality.
Swim with the world's biggest fish in Exmouth on Australia's Coral Coast
Annually, from late March to early July, WA's World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Marine Park lays on an 'all-you-can-eat' buffet for whale sharks. The world's largest fish congregate here to chow down on the local zooplankton, giving snorkellers and divers a chance to experience the thrill of looking them in the eye as they mooch by, propelled by a gentle swish of their supersized tail fins. Whale sharks can grow up to 18m long and weigh up to 30 tonnes, but they pose no threat to humans; their giant mouths are primarily designed for filtering microscopic nutrients. Boat and snorkel tours are operated out of Coral Bay and Exmouth, and run daily when the whale sharks are in town. During the height of the season it's not unusual for tours to encounter multiple sightings - which is good news if, like many visitors, you're just too excited to operate your underwater camera when the first fish comes looming at you from out of the blue.
Ride a camel into the sunset in Broome, in Australia's North West
Egypt may have cornered the market on pyramids but Australia, believe it or not, is home to the world's largest population of wild camels. In WA, these 'ships of the desert' roam the outback in herds up to 100-strong. A sunset ride along Cable Beach is frequently listed among the world's top ten by travel writers, plus the 22km beach is famous for its white sands, turquoise waters and 'staircase to the moon', a naturally occurring column of iridescent colours created by the moon's reflection on the sand.
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Australian Domestic Flights
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Take advantage of our extensive domestic flight network to discover more of Australia. With more than 20 destinations within Australia to choose from, experience the hustle of the largest cities to the remote outback.
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Maximum stay: Return travel from the last international stopover must commence no later than 12 months after initial departure.
Children and Infants: Discounts apply on international routes.
Rebooking: Date changes on international flights permitted at £100 per change within the ticket validity plus any difference in the fare, carrier charges, fees and taxes and are subject to a local service fee.
Rerouting: £100 per reroute plus any difference in the fare, carrier charges, fees and taxes and subject to a local service fee.
Cancellations: A cancellation fee of £200 applies.
Local service fees: Local service fees apply for any changes to both e-tickets and paper tickets.
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Western Australia images - Tourism Western Australia;
Bungle Bungle Range in Purnululu National Park - Mike Salway