Jetstar’s latest sale helps you see more of Australia from $35

Posted: 25 July 2019 12:12 pm

Running to the beach

The week's starting to look up with these cheap fares all around the nation.

Jetstar has unleashed its Local Sights Sale today, with $35 tickets on sale for anyone itching to explore more of Australia.

There are a fair few routes included but the lowest fares are for flights between Adelaide and Melbourne (Avalon) which start from $35 each way.

Other highlights include Melbourne (Tullamarine) to Launceston from $39, Brisbane to Sydney from $57, Sydney to Hobart from $69, Adelaide to Sunshine Coast from $87 and Sydney to Hamilton Island from $87.

Travel is for select dates from August 2019 to April 2020 depending on the route, so you can head off on a last-minute getaway to warmer climates or plan a leisurely trip over the summer months.

You've just got a few days to book your flights at these prices, with the sale closing on 31 July 2019.

Catch your flight now by checking out your options through Skyscanner.

How good are these Jetstar fares?

  • Price: Great. It's getting tougher to score domestic fares for under $40 each way. At $35 a pop, you can't deny what a bargain this is.
  • Airline: Great. We know Jetstar is a budget airline but to be fair, it's one of the best in the region according to Skytrax.
  • Travel time: Great. Most flights are direct.
  • Weather: Great. Flights cover a pretty fair chunk of the year so you can pick and choose which dates work best for you.

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