Scoop up flights to Bali for as low as $166 return

Alex Keshen 19 June 2017

These cheap Jetstar flights are only available until midnight.

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

Jet off to Bali for as little as $166 return when you book before midnight. While the cheapest flights are available from Western Australia and the Northern Territory, there are cheap fares available from elsewhere in Australia, too.

You can fly to Bali departing from:

  • Darwin for $166 return
  • Perth for $193 return
  • Cairns for $214 return
  • Adelaide for $315 return
  • Sydney for $400 return
  • Melbourne for $417 return

These flights are available between 15 October 2017 and 30 November 2017 and again from 8 February 2018 until 15 March 2018, leaving you plenty of time to craft an ideal itinerary and find the perfect place to stay.

Part of Jetstar’s End of Financial Year sale, which ends at midnight tonight, these prices are available to book through Flight Centre.


Image: Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan

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