Flights from Sydney to Las Vegas

Airlines that fly from Sydney to Las Vegas

Searching for cheap flights to Las Vegas? A number of Australian and international carriers travel to the American city, including Air New Zealand, Qantas, Virgin Australia, United Airlines and Air Canada.

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Need to know

Set in the midst of the Mojave Desert, Las Vegas is a city well known for its excesses and indulgences. Founded in 1905, the city is famed for its casinos, entertainment and hedonistic way of life. From the bright lights of The Strip through to unique experiences found nowhere else in the world, a visit to Vegas, no matter how short, is certain to not be forgotten in a hurry.

Offering world-class entertainment, value-for-money food and beverages, and the opportunity to take part in games that span from bingo to blackjack, the casinos that line Las Vegas’ world famous Strip have become one of the city’s major drawcards, attracting travellers from across the globe. Lavish, extravagant and nothing short of over the top, these casinos provide visitors with the opportunity to enjoy live music, cabaret and comedy performances from top international artists, sip expertly mixed cocktails, fill their plates to the brim at all-you-can-eat buffets or take a chance and place a bet on their casino game of choice.

Beyond the city’s gambling floors, you’ll find plenty of other ways to pass the time. Unwind with a visit to a day spa, wander through an art gallery or museum, or get active with a round of golf, go kart racing or indoor skydiving. If retail therapy is more your thing, the city also boasts a great shopping scene, complete with factory outlets that stock everything from high end labels through to popular brands at a fraction of their original retail price.
 

Getting around

There are plenty of ways to navigate Las Vegas, with an option available to match almost every budget and travel plan. Make use of popular transport methods such as taxis, buses and the monorail that travels down The Strip, or if the weather isn’t too bad outside, set out on foot and make your way between the city’s major attractions. Home to bad traffic and high numbers of pedestrians, hiring a car may not be the best choice if you plan to spend the entirety of your holiday on The Strip. Car hire, however, is a good option if you’re wanting to see more the city and its surrounds at your leisure.
 

Las Vegas is a popular destination all year round and draws a crowd regardless of the season. With no well defined high and low tourist season, it’s best to time your visit based on the activities you’d like to take part in.

If you’re looking to spend the majority of your time indoors, the abundance of air conditioning across the city make summer and winter quite comfortable, while those looking to head outdoors will find March to May and September to November among the best times to visit.

Las Vegas plays hosts to a number of major events and large conventions throughout the year, so it’s a good idea to research what’s on before you book to avoid paying high prices or missing out on accommodation.
 

McCarran International Airport

The primary commercial airport serving the Las Vegas region is McCarran International Airport. Built in 1942 and opened in 1948, McCarran International Airport welcomes millions of travellers each year, as well as flights from across the United States, Canada and beyond. Set to the south of Las Vegas’ city centre, the airport is around 20 minutes from the Downtown district by car.
 

Sydney, Australia - Kingsford Smith Airport (SYD)

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