Flights to Australia
Return economy airfares from Dublin start at €1,172*
Australia is a destination with so many unique experiences. Soak up the urban style in Melbourne, sail around Sydney Harbour, marvel at the majestic Uluru (Ayers Rock) or dive the Great Barrier Reef. Even if you have visited before, there is so much to see and do in this land of inspiring red outback, vibrant coastal cities and ancient indigenous culture.
Enjoy economy fares starting from €1,172 for departures from Dublin via London Heathrow and Dubai between 2 May and 20 June 2013.* Flights between Dublin and London are operated by British Airways.
Start your Australian adventure today with Qantas.
Flights to Australia
Return economy fares for flights to Australia from Dublin
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|Perth||€1,172*||2 May to 20 June 2013|
|Melbourne||€1,240*||2 May to 20 June 2013|
|Sydney||€1,253*||2 May to 20 June 2013|
|Brisbane||€1,270*||2 May to 20 June 2013|
|Adelaide||€1,278*||2 May to 20 June 2013|
- Fares are valid for travel via London Heathrow and Dubai. Flights between
- Dublin and London Heathrow are operated by British Airways; and
- Dubai and each of Perth, Adelaide and Brisbane are operated by Emirates.
- Travel is not permitted on Emirates flights for itineraries that include New Zealand cities.
Flying with Qantas
Qantas flights to Australia
- Daily flights from London Heathrow to Australia with connections from Dublin, Shannon and Cork.
- Take advantage of our unrivalled Australian network with more than 50 destinations on offer.
- Fly the award-winning Qantas A380, operating daily on flights from London Heathrow to Sydney and Melbourne, and choose from four travel classes - First, International Business, International Premium Economy and International Economy.
- Earn Qantas Frequent Flyer points on every flight.+
There's nothing like a holiday in Australia.
Discover a red outback with lush green waterholes and an endless blue sky. Vibrant, sophisticated cities. Beaches that sparkle and invite. Ancient rainforests and coral reefs skirting the shore. Roads to be driven, paths to be walked. Unique animals. And an ancient Aboriginal culture that explains how it all came about.
Need some inspiration?
- Cruising Sydney Harbour for as little or as long as you like.
- Enjoying a symphony, opera or guided tour of the World Heritage Listed Sydney Opera House.
- Taking the climb of your life on Sydney Harbour Bridge with BridgeClimb.
- Catching a ferry from Circular Quay and visiting Taronga Park Zoo or Manly Beach.
- Learning to surf or taking a walking tour along the world famous Bondi Beach.
- Getting out and about in the city on foot, tram, by bike or even by Harley Davidson.
- Experiencing the many events that Melbourne is so famous for: the Grand Prix, Australian Open, the Melbourne Cup, the International Comedy Festival - the list goes on and on.
- Watching the little Penguins as they waddle up the beach in their hundreds on Phillip Island.
- Flying over the Great Ocean Road and its spectacular surrounds in a helicopter.
- Dining aboard the Colonial Tramcar Restaurant, enjoying the passing scenery.
- A day on the Great Barrier Reef snorkelling, diving or enjoying the underwater world from a glass bottom boat.
- Visiting Cape Tribulation where the rainforest meets the reef - a great spot for kayaking, horse-riding and walking.
- Riding the scenic railway to the mountain village of Kuranda, famous for its markets.
- Visiting the World Heritage listed Daintree Rainforest.
- Taking a scenic flight over the Great Barrier Reef for spectacular views.
- A day trip to Moreton Island where you can sand toboggan and hand feed dolphins.
- The Story Bridge Adventure Climb in Brisbane.
- A day tour to Mt Tamborine and Canungra Valley Vineyards.
- Taking a day tour flight to the Lady Elliot Island, on the southern part of the Great Barrier Reef, where you can snorkel, swim or take an island walk.
- Learning to surf at Surfers Paradise beach.
- Cruising the Swan River.
- A day trip to Rottnest Island.
- Tasting the local produce in the Swan Valley wineries.
- Enjoying the markets, cafes and people watching at Fremantle.
- Picnicking in Kings Park with its 400 hectares of bush land, manicured gardens and views of Perth city.
- Experiencing the tastes, sights and sounds of the Adelaide Central Market - an international melting pot of food and cultures.
- Swimming with dolphins, just 20 minutes drive from the Adelaide city centre at Glenelg.
- Taking a day trip in to one of the wine regions on Adelaide's doorstep for wine tasting and stunning scenery.
- Meeting the wildlife on a tour of Kangaroo Island - an unforgettable experience.
- Hanging out at the seaside enjoying the cafes, restaurants and beaches on Adelaide's coastline.
Darwin & Red Centre
- Hanging out at the sunset markets in Darwin.
- Cruising the Adelaide River to see saltwater crocs in their natural habitat.
- Exploring the World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park as part of a small group tour, swimming in billabongs (when safe), seeing ancient rock art and camping under the stars.
- Joining a private tour to Arnheim Land - 91,000km of unspoilt wilderness bordered by Kakadu National Park, famous for its Aboriginal heritage, wild coastlines, towering escarpments, woodlands and wetlands teeming with wildlife.
- Cooling off under the cascading waterfalls at Litchfield National Park.
- Eating the delicious local produce and drinking award-winning local wines against a stunning scenic backdrop.
- Mountain biking down Mount Wellington.
- Whitewater rafting the Franklin River.
- A day trip to Port Arthur to find out more about the island's fascinating convict history.
- Browsing the art galleries and markets.
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. No child discount applicable on Australian domestic routes.
Rebooking: Date changes on international flights permitted at £100 per change within the ticket validity and are subject to a local service fee.
Rerouting: £100 per reroute and subject to a local service fee.
Cancellations: No refund once tickets are issued.
Local service fees: Local service fees apply for any changes to both e-tickets and paper tickets.
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