Cook Islands flights from $299 with Air New Zealand

Andrew Munro 26 October 2017 NEWS

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Have a slice of paradise.

Sorry, this sale is no longer running. Check our list of current flight sales to find a bargain!

Until Friday you have the chance to fly away to the Cook Islands, with prices as low as $299 each way for flights from Sydney to the Cook Islands on Air New Zealand.

These flights take you to the largest, Rarotonga, but from there you can explore 14 more. And these prices are good enough to make the decision easy. You won't find sales there too often, and these are just about on par with some of the hottest Rarotonga deals gone by.

It's a limited sale though, running only until Friday 27 October.

Available flight dates are from 12 January to 22 March, 30 March to 19 April and throughout the month of May.

Simply pick your trip below, then follow the link to Air New Zealand to fly away to paradise for less.

From To Travel dates Price (each way) Book
Sydney Cook Islands 12 Jan - 22 Mar, 30 Mar - 19 Apr, 4 - 31 May 2018 $299 Book your flight at Air New Zealand
Melbourne Cook Islands 12 Jan - 22 Mar, 30 Mar - 19 Apr, 4 - 31 May 2018 $439 Book your flight at Air New Zealand
Brisbane Cook Islands 12 Jan - 22 Mar, 30 Mar - 19 Apr, 4 - 31 May 2018 $439 Book your flight at Air New Zealand

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