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Why Sydney?


With some of the most recognisable tourist attractions on the planet, in addition to a genuine choice of sophistication or relaxed beachy vibes, check out flights to Sydney for a rewarding trip Down Under.

Sydney travel guide

Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge really need no introduction, just hope you’ll be blessed with blue skies and get ready to snap those Kodak moments that’ll last a lifetime. Check if there’s any performances that tickle your fancy at the Opera House, or if you’re feeling particularly adventurous, embark on a climb across the Harbour Bridge to afford yourself spectacular views of the iconic shoreline.

Take a stroll down George Street and peruse the multitude of shops on your way to Darling Harbour, a beautiful spot that seems to seclude itself from the hustle and bustle of the city centre. Take a stroll around the waterways and water features, or visit the maritime museum for that educational twist on your afternoon.

Escape the suits by heading to Bondi Beach, and chill out on the iconic sands in the shadow of the circling helicopters. Manly is another great spot that can be reached from the city via a scenic ferry journey, and opens the gateway to the other side of Sydney life, which revolves around waxing up your surfboard and hitting the waves.

A truly international city that boasts a diverse range of offerings, there will rarely be a dull moment should you descend upon the Harbour City.

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Flights to Sydney 2017-2018

Flights to Sydney will leave you in the ‘Harbour City’, the capital of Australia’s New South Wales. Flights to Sydney, Australia offer you the chance to explore some famous landmarks, from the Opera House to the Harbour Bridge, the Circular Quay and the ferry to Manly, where glorious beaches await. Sydney flights are immediately met with glittering reflected sunlight. Australia’s first city is emblematic of authentic surf experiences, at places like the iconic Bondi Beach nearby, where you shouldn’t forget to throw in a visit to Taronga Zoo too.

Booking cheap flights to Sydney with Netflights makes for an amazing quality holiday without the money worries. Netflights compares flights to Sydney from UK to give you the best deal so you have more to spend away, enjoying both the cityscape and the sand and sea at places like Bronte Beach. Tickets to Sydney also make it possible for you to see first-hand World Heritage-listed sites like the Blue Mountains National Park, with stunning eastern grey kangaroos, swamp wallabies, lyrebirds, honeyeaters, lorikeets, parrots and glow worms. Whether you’re looking for indirect or direct flights to Sydney, last-minute or advance tickets, Netflights can easily find ones that fit into your schedule.

When is the cheapest time to fly to Sydney?

Sydney's 'off' season has pleasant weather even during their cooler months of the year, with spring (beginning in September) and autumn (beginning in March) being great times to visit. Rain is more common in spring but it's still mild and offers you the best chance of finding cheap flights to Sydney.

Australia’s summer starts in November when there'll be sunny mild days at Bondi Beach, with average highs of 24°C. Flights to Sydney are most expensive in July. During the summer there are yacht races and other water-sport competitions, adding to the epic seaside feel.

When is the best time to book your flight to Sydney?

The key thing to remember when booking any long-haul flight is to book in advance. Prices for flights to Sydney from the UK don't fluctuate that much, but book a few months in advance and be flexible about your flight dates and you could definitely find savings.

Sydney Airport

Sydney Airport is located 5 miles south of Sydney city centre, in the suburb of Mascot. It is the primary airport serving Sydney, and is a primary hub for Qantas, as well as a secondary hub for Virgin Australia and Jetstar Airways.

Getting around the airport

Sydney Airport is made up of 3 terminals: the domestic terminals (T2 and T3) are connected to the international terminal (T1) by a train that costs around 5.50 AUD per person. Sydney is a large, spacious airport with many facilities like shops and restaurants. Wi-Fi is free and unlimited.

Which airports in the UK operate flights to Sydney?

All London airports run direct one-stop flights to Sydney, as do Manchester, Birmingham and Glasgow.

Which airlines fly to Sydney?

Virgin Australia, Qantas, British Airways, Qatar Airways, Air Canada, Emirates, Etihad Airways, Cathay Pacific, and KLM fly to Sydney from the UK. Flights to Sydney usually include at least one or two stopovers, normally in places like Hong Kong, Dubai, Doha or Singapore.

How long is the flight to Sydney from the UK?

Flights to Sydney from London take about 22 hours and 30 minutes at a distance of 10,566 miles. Flights to Sydney from Manchester take around the same amount of time. Flights from Birmingham and Glasgow to Sydney take about 23 and 30 minutes. There are no non-stop flights to Sydney from the UK.

How many flights are there per day from the UK to Sydney?

There are at least 20 indirect flights to Sydney from the UK each day so you’re sure to find the most convenient flights to Sydney in 2018 for you.

Getting to the city from Sydney Airport SYD

You can reach the city by train in 13 minutes. Train stations are located at both the International and Domestic Terminals. The International Terminal is at the northern end and is accessible from the arrivals area. You can also jump on one of the many buses that operate to and from the airport. They are very regular and easy to navigate, but the train is quicker. Taxis and rental cars are also available from the airport.

Don't forget before the flight

You need a visa to travel to Australia. British citizens can get the following types of electronic visitor visa:

- the eVisitor visa, direct from the Australian Government Department of Immigration & Border Protection. There is currently no visa application charge or service fee for this.

- the Electronic Travel Authority (eTA), via your travel agent or airline. There is no visa application charge, but a service fee of approximately 20 AUD applies.

Information on all other types of visa is available from the Australian Government Department of Immigration & Border Protection, or from the Australian High Commission in London. In certain circumstances you may be asked to undergo a health examination before a visa can be granted, for example if you are aged 75 years or older. Factor in extra time for this when applying for a visa.

On arrival you may be asked to provide evidence of funds to support your stay and a return or onward ticket. If you hold an ePassport you can use SmartGate to pass through passport control when arriving in Australia.

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