This Jetstar sale is offering Western Australia fares from $125
Discovering our own backyard just got cheaper.
There's nothing better than the week slowly coming to a close, and it gets that much better when Jetstar drops a Western Australia sale.
So let us give you the total 411. It won't be a huge surprise that the cheapest fares are taking off from Adelaide, starting from $125 one way. These airfares are followed by $139 fares headed to Perth from Cairns, Melbourne (Tullamarine) and Sydney.
You can pack your bags for travel between March and October 2020. That gives you the option to travel between autumn and spring.
Those of you heading in from the Gold Coast, Jetstar hasn't forgotten about you either with airfares taking off from $149 one way.
While you're down there, we recommend checking out the Western Australia hotspots including the Kings Park and Botanical Gardens, Penguin Island, Fremantle Island and the Bell Tower.
You don't have too long to get your fares booked because this sale will only be around until midnight 10 February 2020 unless sold out prior.
Why wait? Head straight over to Skyscanner to lock in your Western state escape.
How good are these fares?
- Price: Great. On average, you can be paying upwards of $500 to make your way from Sydney to Perth. With this end of week money saver, return fares are slashed in half starting from $250.
- Airline: Good. Jetstar is a low-cost airline, so this means that checked baggage, in-flight meals and entertainment are not included in airfares but can be added for an extra fee.
- Travel time: Great. Get to Western Australia faster with direct flights.
- Weather: Good. We recommend heading to Perth in September to October, you'll find weather will be slightly cooler, crowds will be lower and the flora will be in bloom.
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