Five new places to play
Luxurious getaway Hamilton Island will soon be served by Qantas twice per week on our Next Generation Boeing 737-800 from Sydney with direct connections from Canberra, Melbourne and Perth. With world class spas, sailing, golf, diving and a no car rule, you'll find a style of laidback luxury unlike anywhere else.
One&Only Hayman Island (via Hamilton Island)
With a front row seat to the Great Barrier Reef, incredible cuisine and luxury hotels, it's not hard to see why One&Only Hayman Island is Australia's most awarded private island resort. Experience the inimitable natural beauty of one of Australia's finest islands. Through Hamilton Island, connect seamlessly to the iconic One&Only Hayman Island resort which is set to reopen in July 2014 following a multi-million dollar renovation.
Connections are available to One&Only Hayman Island via boat launch (QF1348/1349).
Operated by One&Only Hayman Island.
Warm tropical weather, long sandy beaches and flat pristine blue waters are at least three reasons why Hervey Bay appeals to such a wide range of travellers. QantasLink will operate return daily flights to Hervey Bay from Sydney on our sleek new B717s, offering a new standard of flying in regional Australia.
Mid-North Coast favourite holiday spot Port Macquarie can soon be reached daily on flights from Brisbane. Hemmed in by spectacular national parks and positioned at the mouth of the Hastings River, there's no better place to relax on holiday with your family year round.
You might know it by the Big Banana, but these days Coffs Harbour is drawing attention for its vibrant culinary scene and lush tropical scenery. Coffs is the jumping off point for the cool hippie vibes of Bellingen as well as natural attractions like Dorrigo National Park. Book flights to Coffs Harbour from Melbourne on our B737-800 operated weekly return service.