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Jozi, or Joburg, as some choose to call it, is the 2nd largest city in Africa. With almost 1 million people inhabiting the city itself, and over 9 million people living in the metro area, it offers a unique blend of business and cultural diversity.

Johannesburg is famous for its captivating exhibitions, creative street art, lively street music, and breathtaking architecture. Known throughout Africa as a place of endless possibilities, Jozi is a growing, bustling city, full of opportunities and fun destinations.

Was this enough to convince you to see the beauty of South Africa? Webjet airfare finder will help you find cheap flights Sydney (SYD) to Johannesburg (JNB) in to time, and with no hassle.

 

Things to do in Johannesburg

Apartheid Museum

After arriving from Sydney (SYD) to Johannesburg (JNB) you must be itching to get to know about the history of this African gem. The best place to do so is the Apartheid Museum. The place offers an insight into the fascinating, but also scary history of the Apartheid in South Africa, and even well before it. There is also a special exhibit about Nelson Mandela. It is truly a special, humbling experience.

Neighbourgoods Market

After your long flight from Sidney to South Africa, surely you need to indulge in some delicious food to replenish your energy. You can find local delicacies in the renown Neighbourgoods Market, or even some strange items such as jewellery made of old zippers. The Market is a paradise for collectors of authentic souvenirs. 

Northcliff Ridge Ecopark

Visiting Northcliff Ridge Ecopark would prove to be an excellent choice after you’ve finished indulging in some of the local delicacies. Being the second highest point in Johannesburg, it offers you a truly sublime view of the city and the surrounding countryside. Therapy might come in many different forms, but none of them are quite like the alluring views that Northcliff will provide. Northcliff Ridge Ecopark alone is worth your trip from Sydney (SYD) to Johannesburg (JNB).

When is the best time to book any of the cheap flights from Sydney (SYD) to Johannesburg (JNB)?

If weather is of any concern to you, rest assured, for there will be no such issues in Johannesburg. The city is in the middle of one of the finest climates on earth, with gorgeous weather throughout the year. The temperature rarely drops below 15 degrees Celsius, and peaks in summer at barely over 20 degrees. Visit Webjet to find the best bargain, and choose one of our flights to South Africa from Sydney. 

For the cheapest flights Sydney (SYD) to Johannesburg (JNB), choose to travel during the low season, between March and May (autumn) or from September to November when it’s spring. Hotel accommodation will also come at a more affordable price.

Cheap Flights Sydney (SYD) to Johannesburg (JNB)

With a popular city such as Johannesburg, it is no surprise that there are around 100 cheap flights from Sydney (SYD) to Johannesburg (JNB) being offered daily on Webjet. Most of the flights to South Africa from Sydney offer return tickets as well.

Departing from Sydney Airport (SYD)

Sydney Airport is only 7 km away from the city’s Central Business District. SYD is the busiest airport in Australia and handles over 300,000 aircraft movements every year.

 

Getting to Sydney Airport (SYD)

The location of the airport is very convenient, being just 8 km from the city centre. The routes to the airport are clearly marked with universal airplane symbols. There is a bevy of transport options available. The most comfortable one is certainly the taxi, however it comes in a bit pricier, at around $50. For a cheaper solution you may choose the bus or train, however you will need the Opal transport card for either of those. For the ultimate comfort before your flight from Sydney to South Africa you may also choose one of the many rent-a-car services Sydney has to offer.

 

Parking options at Sydney Airport

To find the best international parking spots prior to your flight from Sydney (SYD) to Johannesburg (JNB) you can choose the P7 parking which is a multi-storied building and is only 5 minutes away from the T1 international terminal. If, however your trip from Sydney to South Africa requires express pick up, that option is also available, and is only 7 minutes away from the T1 international terminal.

 

From which international airport will your cheap flights from Sydney (SYD) to Johannesburg (JNB) depart from

Your SYD to JNB flight will depart from the international terminal T1 at Kingsford Smith Airport (SYD).

 

Arriving to Johannesburg airport (JNB)

Upon arriving from Sydney to South Africa you will find yourself at the OR Tambo International Airport. This is the most important domestic and international airport in South Africa, and certainly the busiest one. The South African Airways is situated here, as well as some smaller airlines.

 

Getting from Johannesburg airport (JNB) to your hotel

The first thing that you will want to do, upon finishing any of our flights to South Africa from Sydney, is to head straight to your hotel. The quickest way to do is by the Gautrain, a fast, reliable railway system which leaves every 12 minutes. 

There are also hotels which offer a shuttle bus service to and from the airport which is the most direct method of getting to your hotel. Metered taxi service is also an option, however, this will come at a higher price.

 

Arriving to Lanseria International Airport (HLA)

Located slightly further north from Johannesburg, the Lanseria International Airport (HLA) is a privately-owned airport and is well connected to the city. Upgraded road facilities will provide you with a smooth ride, and you will be able to get to your hotel with ease.

 

Getting from Lanseria International Airport (HLA) to your hotel

Considering that the Lanseria International Airport (HLA) is right next to Sandton, a business hub, you can rest assured that there are plenty of transport options available. The Lanseria Airport Taxi Service is a good choice, as this is an official, authorized service, and will offer a wide range of vehicles to ensure comfort. 

You may also opt for LIA shuttle transfers, which go straight to Sandton Gautrain station. The shuttles are perfectly synchronised with the flight schedule, so you can be sure that a shuttle will be available at all times. 

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