Fiji flights from $452 return

Stephanie Yip 12 December 2017

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Palm fringed beaches, warm water and that island lifestyle.


Fiji is a mere hop and skip from Australia and if you're seeking that international island break without breaking the bank, it's an exceptional option. Especially now that Jetstar has flights to Fiji on sale.

It's all part of the airline's wider Christmas sale and features flights to Fiji from $452 return from Sydney.

Other sample fares for those interested include Adelaide- to Fiji from $589 return, Brisbane to Fiji from $615 return and Melbourne to Fiji from $685 return.

There's a wide range of travel dates behind this one, covering post-Christmas from 1 February - 31 March and winter escape dates from 1 May - 30 June 2018.

Bear in mind that Fiji does have a wet season. This runs from November to April, so avoid the worst of it by aiming for those winter escape dates to be sitting pretty... on that Fiji beach, naturally.

This sale ends 19 December and can be booked through Flight Centre.


Flights to Fiji on sale:

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To
Travel dates
Return price
Book
SydneyFiji1 February - 31 March / 1 May - 30 June 2018$464Book your flight to Fiji
AdelaideFiji1 February - 31 March / 1 May - 30 June 2018$589Book your flight to Fiji
BrisbaneFiji1 February - 31 March / 1 May - 30 June 2018$615Book your flight to Fiji
MelbourneFiji1 February - 31 March / 1 May - 30 June 2018$685Book your flight to Fiji
HobartFiji1 February - 31 March / 1 May - 30 June 2018$746Book your flight to Fiji

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