You can now get Jetstar sale flights to Darwin and Uluru from $89

Andrew Munro 17 August 2017 NEWS

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If you've never done the NT before, or want to do it again, now's the time.

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

"Now that's no everyday view." That's the name of the Jetstar sale. It's probably referring to the attractions in the NT, but could just as easily be talking about the prices, with deals starting at $89 for Brisbane - Darwin flights. You're getting a good choice of flight dates in different seasons too, including October to December 2017 and January to May 2018.

You'll have to embrace the summer heat for most of these, but can also pick up dates in October and May for a cooler time. As long as you know what to expect, there's no bad time to visit the NT.

All these prices are about the same, or even lower, as you'll find with some of the cheapest Jetstar domestic flight sales or any other budget airline. Fares like Adelaide to Darwin for $109 each way are exactly the same, but there's a whole lot more on sale this time, including rare deals like:

  • Sydney to Uluru from $109 each way
  • Melbourne to Uluru from $99 each way
  • Hobart to Darwin from $184 each way
  • Darwin to Melbourne from $119 each way
  • Cairns to Darwin from $115 each way
  • Adelaide to Darwin from $119 each way

And plenty more. This sale is pretty much flying to and from Uluru and Darwin from everywhere in Australia, with a few exceptions (no fares from Perth, sorry). If you've never been to Uluru (Ayers Rock) or Darwin before, then this deal is an unbeatable opportunity, at prices way below normal.

The only catch? Space is limited, and this flash sale runs until Monday 21 August, or all space is sold out. Go to Skyscanner to find the cheapest fares for your flight date.

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