Latest Hawaii holiday deals

The top Hawaii package deals, cheap flights, bargain hotels and more.

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A thousand miles from the everyday, Hawaii's islands are dotted with swaying palms, lined with unrivalled beaches and filled with with lush jungles. But paradise doesn't have to come at a cost.

With frequent flight sales from Jetstar and Hawaiian Airlines, affordable holidays from companies like Flight Centre and My Hawaii and more, we've rounded up the best online Hawaii holiday deals we can find and put them right here.

TourRadar TourRadar

Up to 41% off North America tours

Available on select travel dates from 2021-2022. Destinations include New York, Hawaii, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Canada and more.

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G Adventures G Adventures

Up to 30% off North America tours

Available on select travel dates in 2021 and 2022. Destinations include Vancouver, Calgary, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Alaska, Hawaii and more.

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Go Oahu Go Oahu

Save up to 55% on attraction tickets

Save on attractions and activities in Hawaii like snorkeling, hiking, diving, city tours and more. T&Cs apply.

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Go Oahu Go Oahu

Up to 20% off passes

Available if you add 2 or more attractions. Pass is valid up to 30 days. T&Cs apply.

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Skyscanner Skyscanner

Flights to USA from $412 return

Available on select flights in 2021 to Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, New York and more. Sample fare is Sydney-Honolulu with Jetstar.

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TourRadar TourRadar

Up to 41% off North America tours

Available on select travel dates from 2021-2022. Destinations include New York, Hawaii, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Canada and more.

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G Adventures G Adventures

Up to 30% off North America tours

Available on select travel dates in 2021 and 2022. Destinations include Vancouver, Calgary, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Alaska, Hawaii and more.

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Best sites to find Hawaii package deals

Whether you prefer to sit back and relax at a luxury resort for a week or build-your-own perfect getaway that'll include a car to explore the island, different sites will be best for your holiday needs.

  • MyHawaii: Best for those looking to book everything in one go. MyHawaii's packages include return flights and luxury hotel stays and a range of extras like meals, day tours, airport transfers and spa credit.
  • Flight Centre: Best for those looking for a basic hotel-and-flight package for a fair price. Flight Centre pre-packages accommodation and airfares from Australia for a discounted rate compared to booking separately.
  • Expedia: Best for those who like to select each element of the trip. Expedia's packages let you choose your preferred flight and hotel and add on extras like a hire car if you want one.

Best time to find Hawaii holiday deals

If you're looking for the cheapest time to book a holiday to Hawaii, February is your best bet, followed by March and August.

For the best time to make the booking for your trip to Hawaii, check out regular sales events like the end of financial year travel sales in June, Black Friday sales in November and the Boxing Day sales in December.


Fast facts about Hawaii

Where is it? About half-way between Australia and the USA in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.

How do I get there? Direct flights to Honolulu, Hawaii's biggest city, are available from Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, with connecting flights available from other Australian cities. Read more...

When should I go? April-May and September-October are some of the best times to go, as November-March brings lots of tourists from North America escaping the gold, and June-August brings Australians looking for winter sun. Plus, they tend to be some of the driest months. Read more...

What should I do? Catch a wave on a surfboard, take a tour of one of Hawaii's active volcanoes, get a birds-eye view of the coast on a helicopter flight. Read more...

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