Qantas sale: Johannesburg from $1,222 return

Andrew Munro 24 May 2017 NEWS

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Have you been waiting for the right opportunity to visit South Africa? Johannesburg flights don't go on sale as often as other destinations, and when they do the departure cities are often limited. Right now, Qantas has cheap South Africa flights departing from Australia, from $1,222 return.

These fares aren't part of any particular sale but are very competitive prices for this route since they take off in August (during safari season) and are all-inclusive, a nice opportunity to earn points.

Prices vary by city, with some significantly cheaper than others.

If you're in Hobart or Darwin, you're probably used to higher prices for flights but you might save hundred of dollars buying a domestic flight to one of the cheaper departure cities.

Flights are for travel during the month of August and are available until sold out.

  • Sydney to Johannesburg - from $1,222
  • Brisbane to Johannesburg - from $1,226
  • Adelaide to Johannesburg - from $1,251
  • Melbourne to Johannesburg - from $1,261
  • Perth to Johannesburg - from $1,296
  • Hobart to Johannesburg - from $1,555
  • Darin to Johannesburg - from $1,885

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