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$685 ONE WAY
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$685 ONE WAY
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|Cheapest one-way price over next 6 months||from $213|
|Cheapest month||March 2021|
|Popular month||October 2020|
|Average flight time||3h 50m|
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Public Transport and How to Get Around
Travellers arriving in Queensland on flights Auckland to Brisbane will be delighted to know that is is relatively easy and economical to get around the Sunshine State’s capital city. When you first arrive at Brisbane Airport (BNE), you can take the 20-minute ride to the city centre via the AirTrain. Return fares will cost about $35 AUD. If you pre-book your Airtrain tickets prior to boarding your Auckland to Brisbane flights, you may be able to find discounted rates. If you’ve planned activities within the city centre along with your cheap flights to Brisbane from Auckland, take advantage of the free bus loop that offers transfer on the City Loop and the Spring Hill Loop routes. Trains are another great option for travelling across the city. If you’ve made plans to visit Fortitude Valley or Sunshine Coast, catching the train at Central Station can get you there quickly and won’t drain your budget. Ferries are a popular mode of transportation for many visitors in Queensland on Auckland to Brisbane return flights. The Brisbane River flows directly through the centre of the city, which allows ferry services to operate between the CBD all the way to the South Bank. You can take in the views of Brisbane while enjoying a relaxing sightseeing ferry ride.
Top Experiences For Visitors
Many travellers booking tickets to Brisbane from Auckland set out to visit Springbrook and Tamborine Rainforests. Plan an all-day excursion with your flights Auckland to Brisbane to see the diverse wildlife, stunning natural formations, and an array of plants and flowers. Some tours include a leisurely walk through Springbrook National Park where you can see two picturesque waterfalls. You can then walk across the famous Natural Bridge before heading into the exciting glow worm cave. If the weather is nice when you arrive on Auckland to Brisbane flights, make plans to visit some of the bucolic islands skirting the coast. Enjoy the views on the 70-minute ferry ride to Moreton Island where you can step foot on the world’s third largest sand island. Moreton Island is a national park and is home to the Tangalooma Wrecks which is quite the popular site for divers and snorkellers. Avid whale watchers booking cheap flights to Brisbane from Auckland between June through October can make plans to visit North Stradbroke Island. This smaller island is comprised of three villages, magnificent surf beaches, and is one of the best places to spot migrating whales. You can also arrange kayaking and sandboarding excursions while on North Stradbroke Island. Engage in the natural wonders of Queensland with a visit to Lamington National Park. You can book a guided tour once your flights Auckland to Brisbane are confirmed. Some tours include a visit to a local alpaca farm, a stroll through the Gallery Walk where you can peruse the stalls, and a trek up Tamborine Mountain for amazing views. To become closer with nature after arriving on cheap flights Auckland to Brisbane, be sure your Lamington National Park tour includes a treetop canopy walk. You can see Albert’s lyrebirds, wedge-tailed eagles, and even bowerbirds on the leisurely stroll through the park. No matter what time of year you plan your flights Auckland to Brisbane, leave room in your schedule for a Brisbane River sightseeing cruise. Most cruises last around two hours and include lively commentary on the history of the surrounding sights. You can see Kangaroo Point Cliffs, the famous Wheel of Brisbane, and Story Bridge. Some cruise options also include drop off at Newstead House where you can explore the oldest residence in Brisbane as well as the monument of the Battle of the Coral Sea.
How Much Time to Spend in Brisbane
The ease of getting around, combined with the welcoming local culture and natural beauty may make you want to extend your holiday flights Auckland to Brisbane for as long as possible! If you’re limited on time, you should at least devote two or three days exploring this beautiful city. After arriving on Auckland to Brisbane flights, your first day can include taking in local architecture - soaring skyscrapers, charming old-fashioned buildings and green spaces throughout the city centre. Take a free tour of Brisbane City Hall before climbing to the top of the City Hall clock tower for amazing views of the city below. From there, you can walk to the North Quay wharf to hop on the free ferry to South Bank. Many tourists who’ve planned cheap flights Auckland to Brisbane enjoy the food and culture of the South Bank area. You can also dip your toes in the sparkling lagoon or relax on the white sandy shores of the man made water feature at Streets Beach. In South Bank you can also peruse the galleries at Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA), catch a show at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC), or hang around after dark to take a spin on the Wheel of Brisbane. Your second day in Brisbane might include a trip to Fortitude Valley. Here you can enjoy a delicious brunch with a coffee made from locally-roasted beans; do a bit of shopping along the Valley’s shopping trail, or search for the perfect vintage piece at the Fortitude Valley Markets. Mount Cootha is close to the Valley and features the best views of the outlying islands from the Brisbane Lookout. You can follow also one of the bushland walking trails before visiting the Botanic Gardens at the foot of the mountain. When arranging your holiday and tickets to Brisbane from Auckland, leave an entire day open to explore the outer islands of Brisbane. Day three of your holiday could be spent relaxing at Moreton Island or exploring the wreck sites at North Stradbroke Island.