Holidays under $1,000: Singapore, China and New Zealand

Posted: 13 September 2018 4:39 pm
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Our round-up of the best holiday packages you can book for $1,000 or less.

This week you can sail to the Pacific Islands, indulge in a blissful resort holiday in Noosa, stay a week in Bali or spend a long weekend in Auckland… all for under $1,000 per person including flights.

Grab your suitcase, you’re not going to want to miss these deals.


$699: 6 flight tour of China, including flights

$699: 6 flight tour of China, including flights from Groupon

  • Includes: International and domestic flights, 5 nights accommodation, tours, entrance fees, transfers, English-speaking guides and some meals.
  • Flights depart from Sydney and Melbourne
  • Travel dates: Various dates between 12 October 2018 and 14 June 2019
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$529: 3-nights in Singapore

$529: 3-nights in Singapore from Flight Centre - Holidays

  • Includes: 3 nights at the Value Hotel on Thomson in a superior double room, return flights on Jetstar
  • Flights depart from Darwin
  • Travel dates: 10 October - 14 December 2018
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$745: 4 night Auckland city escape

$745: 4 night Auckland city escape from Flight Centre - Holidays

  • Includes: 4 nights in a Harbour View Studio at the 4-star Haka Hotel K'Road Apartments and round-trip flights.
  • Flights depart from Sydney
  • Travel dates: 1 November - 8 December 2018
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$625: 9-night Pacific Islands Cruise from Melbourne

$625: 9-night Pacific Islands Cruise from Melbourne from Flight Centre - Cruises

  • Includes: 9 nights on the Carnival Legend in an inside quad share cabin, all meals and entertainment onboard, port charges and government fees. Kids sail for free.
  • Cruise departs from Melbourne and docks in Noumea and Mare.
  • Travel dates: 28 January - 6 February 2018
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