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Book your best Perth summer holiday yet, and fly direct

Book your best Perth summer holiday yet, and fly direct

Looking for another reason to take a trip to the idyllic, uncrowded beaches of Western Australia? Qantas is bringing back direct services to Perth for an extended period, taking-off for a limited season on 6 December this year.

Shorter flights mean more holiday time, so you can stay longer and really soak up the summer or spend time with family and friends.

From 6 December 2014 through to 26 April 2015, Qantas will operate twice weekly services to Perth departing Auckland on Saturday & Sunday. Economy one way airfares start at $549. Selected departure dates & conditions apply.

Qantas’ non-stop service to Perth includes ‘all the frills’ so you can enjoy food, wine, in-flight entertainment and a generous baggage allowance, at no extra cost.

Book now at

Dive on in – to Queensland

Shopping, scenery and beautiful blue ocean – what’s not to love about Queensland this winter!

You’ll love the fare even more with one way flights to Brisbane from $219 economy and $699 business, one way.

Add the Qantas Walkabout Pass and you can stay longer and see more of Queensland’s popular destinations like the Southern Great Barrier Reef with Bundaberg, Gladstone or Rockhampton.

Qantas’ non-stop flights to Brisbane include all the frills so you can enjoy food, wine, in-flight entertainment and a generous baggage allowance, at no extra cost.

Visit for all selected travel dates and days, full terms and conditions and to book!

Offer ends midnight 26 June 2014, unless sold out prior.


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