Hong Kong flights from $303 return

Andrew Munro 29 September 2017

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See the City of Lights for yourself.

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Get yourself to Hong Kong for as little as Perth to Hong Kong for $303 return, or Gold Coast to Hong Kong for $382, or Melbourne, Sydney and Darwin to Hong Kong under $400 return. It's fantastic prices all around.

Most of the lowest prices here are with budget airlines like Jetstar and Scoot, but some of them, like Newcastle to Kong Hong, are full service with Virgin Australia. If it grabs you, then just follow the links to I Want That Flight, and find out who you'll be flying with and whether whether there might be any baggage fees to contend with.

But no matter what the airline is, these prices are all pretty special, coming in over $100 cheaper than that time Virgin Australia and Qantas temporarily went crazy with undercutting each other.

Flights are mostly for the period of March to May 2018, during the wetter off-season. You might get a bit damp, but dates like these are a bargain hunter's best friend. These deals aren't part of any special occasion, and will be available until sold out.

Flights to Hong Kong

FromToPriceBook
PerthHong Kong$303 returnBook your flight to Hong Kong
Gold CoastHong Kong$382 returnBook your flight to Hong Kong
MelbourneHong Kong$392 returnBook your flight to Hong Kong
SydneyHong Kong$395 returnBook your flight to Hong Kong
DarwinHong Kong$399 returnBook your flight to Hong Kong
AdelaideHong Kong$467 returnBook your flight to Hong Kong
HobartHong Kong$472 returnBook your flight to Hong Kong
BrisbaneHong Kong$472 returnBook your flight to Hong Kong
CanberraHong Kong$481 returnBook your flight to Hong Kong
CairnsHong Kong$547 returnBook your flight to Hong Kong
NewcastleHong Kong$675 returnBook your flight to Hong Kong

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