Flights from Melbourne to Honolulu

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$14,542 RETURN
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$14,542 RETURN
Mon 30 Nov
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$12,740 RETURN
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Cheapest return price for the current month from $12,740
Cheapest return price over next 6 months from $958
Cheapest month April 2021
Most expensive month November 2020
Average flight time 10h 25m

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How Much Time to Spend in Honolulu

With non-stop flights Melbourne to Honolulu with Jetstar landing at Honolulu International Airport (HNL) in just 10 hours, deciding what to do and how long to spend on holiday can be tricky. Before finalising any Melbourne to Honolulu flights, consider what you want to get out of your Hawaiian holiday. Many travellers recommend a minimum of five days on Oahu, but before you confirm Melbourne to Honolulu return flights, you really need to decide what type of holiday you hope to have. Do you want a low-key relaxing holiday or an activity filled, all-inclusive stay? If you want to dive right in the action as soon as you land at Honolulu’s Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (HNL), you’ll discover a host of tours and excursions to fill your days on Oahu. Parasailing, scuba diving, snorkelling, museum sites, and helicopter tours are just a few popular tourist activities. However, with the time it takes to get from side part of the island to the other for your next excursion, it is not feasible to attempt more than two activities in one day. In fact, planning one major excursion per day will allow you to enjoy each activity without feeling rushed. Budget is another major factor determining how much time to spend in Oahu. If you find cheap flights to Honolulu from Melbourne on Webjet, your dollar will stretch a little further. If you want a laid back Hawaiian holiday with only one or two major excursions during your stay, three to four days is all you really need in Honolulu.


Landmarks and Monuments You Can’t Miss

Anyone on flights Melbourne to Honolulu hoping to learn more about WWII and the role Pearl Harbour played will not be disappointed. The USS Arizona memorial is a 56-metre (184 feet) memorial honouring the 2,388 Americans who died during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour on December 7, 1941. The memorial includes videos with personal accounts and actual footage of the event. Snap up cheap flights Melbourne to Honolulu and head to Diamond Head State Park. You can explore the park on your own or book a tour for a more in-depth guide of the area. Tour guides offer incredible facts on the history, geology, and wildlife found on the 228-metre (760 feet) ascent to the summit of Diamond Head Crater. Remember to bring a camera on Melbourne to Honolulu return flights to snap the stunning scenery of the ocean and islands from the summit of Diamond Head. Be sure to include a visit to Iolani Palace in your plans having booked flights Melbourne to Honolulu. This fully-restored landmark was the official residence of Hawaii’s monarchy. It was featured in the movie Princess Ka'iulani, which tells the story of Hawaii’s last sovereign monarch. A tour of the palace allows visitors to see the extravagance and innovation of the royal heritage and the Kamehameha dynasty. There aren’t many travellers on Melbourne to Honolulu flights who don’t plan to visit it iconic Waikiki Beach. While crowds are often high, the soft sand and clean atmosphere continues to welcome locals and tourists year after year. Breakwaters are in place and lifeguards are almost always on duty making Waikiki safe for visitors of all ages. Watch the sunset, play in the sand, or simply enjoy the sights on this famous Hawaiian beach.

 

Top Experiences For Visitors

As you begin your search for flights Melbourne to Honolulu, you’ll discover a variety of ways to spend your holiday. No matter if you’re looking for a relaxing beach holiday, an adventurous deep sea excursion, or you want to surround yourself in the WWII history of Pearl Harbour, finding cheap flights to Honolulu from Melbourne can make your holiday even better. Underwater excursions create the perfect opportunity to explore the hidden wonders beneath the Pacific Ocean. For guaranteed sightings of sea turtles and other colourful sea creatures, arrange a catamaran snorkelling tour. The tours include fantastic views of the island and its turquoise waters, as well as the opportunity to see dolphins, whales, and more. Tickets to Honolulu from Melbourne should definitely include an evening watching a luau in Diamond Head National Park. This exciting experience showcases all the elements of the traditional oceanfront luau. The evening includes a traditional Polynesian dance, music, and fire-knife dance as well as iconic Hawaiian foods. If you want to the spectacular landscape of the island of Oahu, book a helicopter tour. You can book the one-hour tour when purchasing Melbourne to Honolulu flights, or after you arrive on the island. Tours include major landmarks such as Diamond Head, Mokoli’I, Hanauma Bay, and the Makapu’u Lighthouse. You can hear fun facts and a bit of history of each landmark through the headsets provided.

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