Qantas is selling flights from London to Sydney for £205 return to celebrate 100 years

The airline is selling 20 tickets from London to Sydney every day at midday until the end of the week.

The first 20 tickets were released yesterday, with the last chance to buy them on Friday.

With fares starting from £699 return, the cheap flight deal is just a fraction of the cost.

The airline has launched the deal in celebration of their 100th birthday.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/travel/10375542/qantas-cheap-flights-australia/

London (UK) to Brisbane (Australia) £ 414.61 Return Ticket

London to Brisbane 414.61

 

London – UK (LRH) to Brisbane – Australia (BNE) Return Ticket

Price: £ 414.61
Average Fare:  £ 760.00

Savings: £ 345.39

Airline: Airchina
Date: 24.10.018 to 07.11.2018

Queensland Facts

  • Queensland has five of Australia’s eleven World Natural Heritage areas. These include the Scenic Rim National Parks, Fraser Island, Riversleigh Fossil Fields, the Wet Tropics (including Daintree National Park), and one of the Wonders of the World—the Great Barrier Reef.
  • More than half of Queensland’s population lives outside the greater metropolitan area of Brisbane—a large proportion compared with the rest of highly urbanized Australia.
  • Queensland has more than 1000 species of native vertebrates, many of them unique to the region.
  • The average maximum and minimum temperatures for Brisbane are 25.3C and 15.7C. Variations in other centers include Stanthorpe 21.6C and 8.8C; Mount Isa 32.4C and 18.3C; and Cairns 31.8C and 22.7C.
  • There are over 200 national parks in Queensland, covering 6.5 million hectares.

London (UK) to Brisbane (Australia) £ 409.31 Return Ticket

London to Brisbane 409.31

London – UK (LRH) to Brisbane – Australia (BNE) Return Ticket

Price: £ 409.31
Average Fare:  £ 760.00

Savings: £ 350.69

Airline: Airchina
Date: 30.05.018 to 08.06.2018

Brisbane Facts

  • Take a ferry on the Brisbane River. There are plenty of boat tours of Brisbane and CityCat ferries to help you get around but my tip is the free Cityhopper. It just launched on 1 July and links various Brisbane hot spots, including Eagle Street and the South Bank, along with the inner city stretch of the Brisbane River and runs from 6am until midnight.
  • Kangaroo Point is a green area with spectacular views of Brisbane city centre and impressive structures including Story Bridge and natural sandstone cliffs, both of which you can climb on tours.
  • Brisbane is warm and tropical all year round, but summer humidity can get too much for some visitors between December and February. The other seasons are milder and less sticky, and I think there’s no more perfect time to visit than in September, at the start of spring.
  • There’s nothing quite like cuddling a koala. As the largest sanctuary in the world for Australia’s iconic marsupials, a visit to Lone Pine makes for a memorable experience. Other Australian animals such as kangaroos, wallabies, wombats, dingoes, snakes, and even crocodiles live in this compact sanctuary nestled on the Brisbane River. 
  • With panoramic views of Brisbane, the Mount Coot-tha Botanic Gardens is a favourite attraction for locals and visitors alike. Located seven kilometres from the city, the various themed gardens take visitors on a journey through 52 hectares of horticulture. Housing the largest collection of Australian rainforest trees in the world, the gardens are also dedicated to fragrant plants, bamboo, cactus, wetland plants, indigenous plants, ferns, and bonsai.