Fly Virgin Australia to Hong Kong for under $500 return

Stephanie Yip 7 July 2017 NEWS

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However you choose to spend your trip to Hong Kong, you won't have to pay more than $500 to get there and back with Virgin Australia's latest sale.

Fares start as low as $450 return from Melbourne and are perfect for last-minute travellers seeking to fly between July and September this year.

As a word of warning, July to September isn't the most ideal time to travel to Hong Kong as it is the wet season, which explains the cheaper flights.

If you don't mind the potential downpour, however, these are exceptionally priced fares for a full-service carrier and if it's any consolation, Hong Kong is not short of indoor activities, either.

Starter fares from major cities include:

  • Melbourne to Hong Kong from $450 return
  • Sydney to Hong Kong from $484 return
  • Adelaide to Hong Kong from $487 return
  • Brisbane to Hong Kong from $494 return

Flights from Melbourne are direct while flights from other Australian cities include a stopover in Melbourne.

All flights are serviced by Virgin Australia. We found these flights through I Want That Flight, but they are also available to book through the flight search below.

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