Cheap International Flights To Sydney
- Area : 12,367.7 km² (4,775.2 sq mi)
- Calling Code : +61 2
- Currency : Australian Dollar (AU$)
- (EST) Population : 4,921,000
- Official Language : English
- Time Zone : AEST (UTC+10) Summer: AEDT (UTC+11)
- Airport s : Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport
Tourists visiting the amazing city of Sydney have a marvellous range of airlines to choose from touching down at Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport. Savings are made on flights to Sydney with rewards or points on your favourite airline or one of its partners. South Africans flying to Sydney International can fly direct with South African Airways and should be on the look-out for specials and cheap flights, including great car rental deals and accommodation or choose a partner airline if preferred.
Additional airlines landing at Sydney International include:
- British Airways
- Cathay Pacific
- Air Canada
- Air India
- American Airlines
Cheap International Flights To Sydney
We have scanned millions of cheap international flight to Sydney to bring you up to date best prices online. From the tabel below you will clearly see the amazing prices we are able to offer our customers on flights to Sydney during the course of the year.
|Route||Departure Date||Return Date||Airline Logo||Airline||Price|
|Flights To Sydney From Avalon||4 Jun||8 Jun||Jetstar||R1,089|
|Flights To Sydney From Melbourne||21 Jun||23 Jun||Jetstar||R1,119|
|Flights To Sydney From Brisbane||29 May||2 Jun||Jetstar||R1,619|
|Flights To Sydney From Adelaide||25 Jun||27 Jun||Jetstar||R2,209|
|Flights To Sydney From Townsville||4 Jun||5 Jun||Jetstar||R2,559|
|Flights To Sydney From Cairns||2 Jun||6 Jun||V Australia||R2,709|
|Flights To Sydney From Canberra||1 Jun||1 Jun||V Australia||R2,719|
|Flights To Sydney From Perth||30 May||7 Jun||Jetstar||R2,739|
|Flights To Sydney From Melbourne||13 Jun||16 Jun||V Australia||R2,739|
|Flights To Sydney From Dubbo||7 Jul||11 Jul||Rex – Regional Express Airlines||R2,899|
Five Reasons to Visit Sydney
- Known as Harbour City, Sydneys a sprawling mass of spectacular skyscrapers and Australias oldest, largest and most cosmopolitan city thats capital to New South Wales. Comprising fashion, art, theatre and scrumptious cuisines, this city oodles with history and affords visitors an abundance of wonderful attractions and activities for all ages. The city is encircled by lush nature and national parks including a profusion of beaches, rivers and mountains for enjoyment or extreme sports in superb weather that affords over 300 sunny days a year.
- View stunning architectural structures throughout the city including the Greater City comprising Classical, Georgian, Gothic, Victorian, neo-Classical, Romanesque Revival and contemporary styles. The iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge, completed in 1932, is a remarkable architectural achievement for that period, located in The Rocks, a cosmopolitan area that includes Sydneys first colonial village.
- Sydneys harbour is one of finest in the world. The citys deep river valleys, known as rias, formed deep harbours and estuaries when rising sea levels flooded and Sydney Harbour is one such ria.
- There are 15 beautiful lush parks to enjoy a tranquil break from the bustle of sightseeing and Tarongo Zoo, just a short distance from Circular Quay houses over 4,000 animals. Sea Life Sydneys Aquarium with more than 100 metres of glass viewing tunnels brings you close up with sharks, rays and more.
- Sydney has accommodation for every type of traveller with over 600 hotels in the city and surrounding suburbs including numerous clean, affordable backpacker establishments.
Places to Visit in Sydney
- The Sydney Opera House is a celebrated piece of contemporary design and a World Heritage Site. The beauty of it leaves visitors speechless as they first view it from a distance before exploring close-up and inside.
- Other than viewing the impressive Sydney Harbour Bridge visitors can walk, cycle over, have a scrumptious picnic underneath or climb over the bridge.
- The atrium at 1 Bligh Street is a superb example of modern architecture.
- Sydneys Royal Botanic Gardens established in 1816, has a garden area of 30 hectares that links to a further 35 hectares of the area. The gardens with over 7,500 plant species overlook Sydney harbour.
- Experience a panoramic view of the city from the Sydney Tower, the citys tallest building at 771 feet is a great attraction for visitors with a restaurant and cafe for a meal or quick bite.
- Macquarie Street in the city comprises many historical sites that include the colonys first hospital, known then as Rum Hospital, the Conservatorium that was the original house stables for the government and Hyde Park Barracks.
- The Inner West suburbs (Greater Sydney) are among the oldest parts of Sydney that were developed down Parramatta Road. The city of Parramatta, just 30 minutes from Sydney, is Sydneys second CBD. The area holds the status (positive and negative) as being the most intellectual, green, socialist and liberal part of Sydney. Take pleasure in Victorian (1840-1900) and Federation (1901-1914) architecture in terraced houses and minor mansions. Home to The University of Sydney, Australias oldest with over 45,000 students, visitors appreciate an inspiring view of Sydney from its neo-Gothic quadrangle and can indulge in a tour of the Quadrangle and Great Hall as well as visiting the outstanding Nicholson Museum of antiquities, the Macleay Museum of natural history and anthropology including others located within the Quadrangle.
Meander along King Street in Newtown thats architecturally possibly the finest preserved high street in all of Sydney. Explore second-hand book stores, satisfy your appetite with a Thai or Vietnamese meal or quench your thirst in one of several landmark Sydney pubs with live music, and over weekends, crowds of consumers. Take in a show at the Enmore Theatre, one of Sydneys premier smaller live spots, thats hosted famous acts like the Rolling Stones, Jethro Tull and Joe Cocker amongst others or enjoy a play at the New Theatre, one of Australias oldest producing theatre companies with shows taking place all year through. Immerse in solitude in Camperdown Cemetery, just seconds from the buzz of King Street, its Sydneys earliest surviving cemetery with aged old trees, a sandstone Anglican Church and an enchanting 1850s overgrown garden.
- Spend a day and night meandering through Darling Harbour, once the heart of the working port of Sydney. Its a small inlet encircled by wonderful daytime attractions with boardwalks looking over the water. Stroll across the swing Pyrmont Bridge and visit the Chinese Gardens, the Aquarium, the Powerhouse and Maritime Museums, the Entertainment Centre or try your luck at the Star City Casino. Stop for a delightful lunch at one of many restaurants close to the water or become part of the throng over weekends for a night of clubbing.
- Paradise for surfers or beach lovers there are no less than 70 stunning beaches. Get to popular Bondi, Coogee, Palm or Bronte beaches or take the wonderful Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk and experience Sydneys awesome natural beauty including whale-watching. Hikers are in their element traversing through the Blue Mountains with 140km of heritage walking trails with breath taking natural beauty, marvellous rock formations, picnic spots and Aboriginal cultural sites.
Getting Around Sydney
Buses: Buses are regular, safe and reliable with services covering a wide area of Sydney’s city. The further you travel, the cheaper the cost. The service operates during the week from 4h30 a.m. to around midnight but less frequently on weekends and holidays. There are some night buses that operate all night to the outer suburbs. Single tickets can be bought on-board while a Mybus ticket affords 10 rides at a discounted price. The Sydney Explorer buses that are open-topped and bright red in colour operate daily travelling a course that stops at 26 places of interest. The first departure point in Alfred Street at Circular Quay departs at 08h30, returning to Circular Quay at 19h30 but one can board from any stops on the course that are clearly marked with a distinct red sign. The Bondi Explorer travels a 30km circuit around coastal beaches and the eastern harbour side bays with 11 interesting stops along the way. Departing at 09h30 from Central Station (Stop A Eddy Avenue), a full circuit takes approximately 90 minutes with tickets purchasable onboard. Ferries: Taking a ferry affords a true sense of this amazing city that functions around its harbour. The chief ferry terminal is at Circular Quay and visitors can take one-day trips in the inner harbour or almost anywhere (except Manly). A FerryTen ticket is great for 10 inner harbour trips. Tickets can be purchased at bus depots, news dealers or the ferry terminal. Ferries to Manly depart from Wharf 3 taking 30 minutes. For a faster trip of 18 minutes, take the Manly Fast Ferry from Wharf 6 at Circular Quay, a privately owned operation. Train: Travelling by train to see the sights is inexpensive and fairly efficient with services regular but timetables unreliable. The system is also limited with several areas not being connected such as Manly, Darling Harbour and Bondi Beach. Travellers can purchase single, weekly and Family Fare tickets with round trips being costlier.
Trams (Metro Light Rail): Trams operate a route that travels on a 3.6km track between Central Station and Wentworth Park in Pyrmont affording access to Darling Harbour, Chinatown, Paddys Markets, the Star City Casino and Sydneys fish markets. Operating every 10 minutes, one-way and return tickets are available.
Water Taxis: Operating 24 hours a day, these taxis provide a fast and convenient way to reach waterfront harbour attractions, restaurants, certain suburbs. Direct transfer fares are established on an initial flag-fall for hiring of the vessel plus a charge for each person travelling. Main operators are Water Taxis Combined and Yellow Water Taxis.
Taxis: There are numerous taxi operators serving the city centre and suburbs that are all metered but if paying with your credit card, itll cost you an extra 10%. Taxis can be found at ranks in the city at Central Station and Circular Quay and parked outside hotels. Vacant taxis display a yellow light on their roof and are hard to find on Friday and Saturday nights. Prominent taxi companies are Silver Service Fleet, Legion Cabs, Taxis Combined Services and St. George Cabs.
Motor Vehicle: Visitors renting vehicles will find traffic congestion, restrictions and parking exasperating however if travelling to outer suburbs and further afield, renting allows far more flexibility. Check your route for tolls where an E-Tag is required. Rental companies in Sydney comprise Avis, Europcar, Thrifty and Hertz and others.