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Latest Bali holiday deals

We trawled the internet for the top deals on Bali holiday packages, including 37% off holidays and flights with Luxury Escapes and more.

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With endless beaches along its coasts, fascinating temples around every corner and beautiful resorts and villas for you to rest your head in at night, Bali is an Australian favourite for good reasons. And best of all, compared to Australian prices, it's a very affordable destination.

Check out our round-up of the best Bali package deals, cheap flights, discounted hotels and more that we could find across the web.

All Bali holiday deals

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Bali flights from $207 return

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Klook AustraliaKlook Australia

Get 20% off theme parks and attractions

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Virgin AustraliaVirgin Australia

International flights from $555 return

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Get 20% off Splash Waterpark day pass in Bali

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Get 20% off Finns Bali Super fun pass

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Get 20% off Finns Beach Club Bali day pass

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Get 20% off Waterbom Bali admission

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Holiday packages and tours

G AdventuresG Adventures

Up to 20% off last-minute tours

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KayakKayak

$615: 3+ night getaways to Bali with flights

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WotifWotif

3-night Bali getaway with flights from $777

thetravelmakersthetravelmakers

Up to 30% off worldwide holidays

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Up to 10% off multi-trip bookings

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Extra 5% off repeat travellers

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Up to 10% off tours

Flights

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Bali flights from $207 return

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Virgin AustraliaVirgin Australia

International flights from $555 return

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Qatar AirwaysQatar Airways

Up to 12% off flights with code

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Hotels

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Up to 55% off Padma Resort Ubud Bali stays

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Swiss BelHotelSwiss BelHotel

Up to 10% off staycations

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AgodaAgoda

Up to 17% off escapes in Bali

Sightseeing and attractions

Klook AustraliaKlook Australia

Get 20% off theme parks and attractions

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Klook AustraliaKlook Australia

Get 20% off Splash Waterpark day pass in Bali

Ends

Klook AustraliaKlook Australia

Get 20% off Finns Bali Super fun pass

Ends

Klook AustraliaKlook Australia

Get 20% off Finns Beach Club Bali day pass

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Klook AustraliaKlook Australia

Get 20% off Waterbom Bali admission

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Frequently asked questions about Bali travel deals

What are the best sites to find Bali package deals?

Depending on what kind of traveller you are and what sort of experience you're after, different sites may be best for your needs. These are some of the top sites we know to find Bali holidays:

  • Luxury Escapes: Best for luxury holiday packages with loads of extras, such as airport transfers, day tours and food and spa credits.
  • Flight Centre: Best for pre-packaged hotel and flight deals at a decent price.
  • Wotif: Best for customised packages on your preferred flights and hotels.
  • Groupon: Best for finding daily bargains on everything from hotel and flight packages to Bali day tours and airport transfers.

What is the cheapest time to travel to Bali?

The cheapest time to travel to Bali is generally from January to April, between the school holidays. The end of that period also falls into when we found is the best time to visit. According to Skyscanner data, February is generally the cheapest time to score a flight to the Indonesian island.

What is the best time to find Bali holiday deals?

If you're looking for the best time to book your trip, check out regular sales events, such as the end of financial year travel sales in June, Black Friday sales in November and Boxing Day sales in December.

How far in advance should you book a Bali holiday to get the best deal?

According to KAYAK's Bali pricing data, you should book your flights at least 3 weeks before your departure date for a below-average price, though up to 3 months before is even better. Once you've booked your Bali flights it's a good idea to book your accommodation and plan which attractions you want to see.

How much spending money do I need for Bali?

We've crunched the numbers and suggest you'll need at least AUD$19 per day for a budget trip or up to AUD$100 for a more luxurious time in Bali.

We've broken down the average costs of dining, taxis and more.

What else do I need to know about travelling to Bali?

Travelling isn't as straightforward as it used to be, but we're here to help check out everything you need to know about travelling to Indonesia from Australia. This includes information about vaccination and quarantine requirements.

What do I do if my Bali trip is cancelled?

Contact your booking agent if your trip is cancelled due to COVID-19 or circumstances beyond your control. Some providers will be able to refund at least part of your trip. When in doubt it's a good idea to get travel insurance that can cover the cost of cancellations if you need it.

Are you covered if things go wrong in Bali?

It's important now more than ever to make sure you're insured to protect your Bali trip. Find a travel insurance deal that's right for you.

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