Flights of the Week: Oz, Southeast Asia, Bali

Peter Terlato 9 December 2016 NEWS

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A weekly round up of the best flight deals across the net.

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$30: Fly one-way across Australia

Tigerair's latest sale includes fares from $30, $60 and $90 each way.

Sample short-haul fares ($30) include Melbourne-Adelaide and Brisbane-Sydney. Medium-haul flights ($60) include Sydney-Whitsundays and Melbourne-Brisbane, while long-haul fares ($90) include Brisbane-Darwin and Sydney-Perth.

Checked bags or in-flight meals can be added for an additional fee.

Dates: February-March 2017

We love these flights because:


Petronas Towers, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

$203: Fly return to Southeast Asia

Budget carrier AirAsia is offering dirt cheap return fares to Southeast Asia when you book through I Want That Flight.

Sample fares include Perth to Kuala Lumpur from $203 return, Melbourne to Bangkok from $316 return and Sydney to Ho Chi Minh City from $418 return.

Checked baggage, meals and entertainment are not included.

Dates: December 2016-May 2017

We love these flights because:

  • Southeast Asia is the perfect playground for backpackers, budget travellers and lovers of luxury
  • The region is well-connected by a variety of budget airlines, so you can see plenty for cheap
  • The sale fares run right through until May next year, providing lots of flexibility for travellers

VirginAustralia.Bali

$168: Fly return to Bali

Jetstar has budget fares to Bali, Indonesia when you book through I Want That Flight.

Sample fares include Darwin to Denpasar from $168 return, Perth to Denpasar from $175, Townsville to Denpasar from $183 and Cairns to Denpasar from $199.

Checked baggage, meals and entertainment not included.

Dates: January 2017

We love these flights because:

  • January is often considered a “winter” month in Bali, although temperatures usually average 26°C
  • Discover Balinese cuisine, special spices and ingredients, when you try hands-on cooking classes
  • Everywhere you look, you'll find ancient temples, religious ceremonies, rituals and sacred offerings

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