Flights from Brisbane to New Delhi

Airlines that fly from Brisbane to New Delhi

Australian and international airlines that fly to New Delhi (DEL) include Virgin Australia, Qantas, Singapore Airlines, Emirates, Thai Airways, Cathay Pacific and more.

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Need to know

New Delhi is a vibrant capital steeped in rich history and deep-rooted religious practices. A thriving metropolitan area dating back to the 1600’s, New Delhi is a place where ancient ways and the present day blend together in spectacular fashion.

New Delhi, India’s capital, is home to numerous temples and places of worship, including the Sikh temple known as Gurudwara Bangla Sahib. An important place of worship, the temple has a golden dome and a sparkling pool thought to have healing waters. See the awe-inspiring Hindu temple Swaminarayan Akshardham light up after dark, amazing watershows in its rose-coloured, marble courtyard. Other notable historical sites in the city include the last resting place of Mughal Emperor Humayun, Humayun’s Tomb, the Bahai Lotus Temple and the 15th century Qutab Minar masonry minaret.

Delicious culinary smells waft through New Delhi’s bustling backstreets, with local produce and street food available on almost every corner. Head to Old Delhi to visit Chandni Chowk, an old shopping district with lanes filled with bazaars selling everything from tasty eats and spices to clothing and jewellery.

Although the streets are humming with people and life, there are many places of quiet reflection in New Delhi. Situated next to the official home of the President of India, Rashtrapati Bhavan, Mughal Garden is a tranquil park filled with many varieties of beautiful, blossoming flowers. Alternatively, spend an afternoon in Lodi Gardens, favoured by the elite and courting couples of the past. The gardens are also home to 15th century Lodi Dynasty architecture including a three-domed mosque and the tombs of previous leaders Mohammed Shah, Sikandar Lodi, Shisha Gumbad and Bara Gumbad.

From the temples, tombs and medieval art to modern day buildings and technology, New Delhi’s streets are filled with cultural significance. Take a trip to the Gandhi Smriti museum or the Indian War Memorial Museum to learn of the war and peace India has faced over time, or visit the National Gallery of Modern Art to see some more contemporary counter-culture artworks.

Getting around

The Delhi Metro train service is a fast and easy way to make your way around the city, with announcements in Hindi and English and standard fares as little as 8 rupees. Buses in Delhi are cramped, crowded and in hot conditions most travellers will avoid the services. Some hotels offer a rental car and driver service. This can be helpful if you want to see the outer regions of Delhi, however, time and distance limits may apply. You can arrange this yourself with a taxi driver, but be aware that haggling is key here as most don’t use their meters.

The best time to visit New Delhi is between the months of October and March when the weather is moderate and dry, with temperatures peaking at 30°C. Sunseekers might prefer to head to New Delhi in May and June as temperatures stay between 26°C and 40°C, but should be aware that dust storms are common at this time of year due to hot and dry winds.

July to September is monsoon season, so travellers should prepare for heavy rain and rising humidity or simply avoid travelling during this time.


Indira Gandhi International Airport

Situated 16 km from New Delhi’s city centre, Indira Gandhi International Airport is the only airport serving the region. Named after former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, it is the busiest airport in the country. Flights make their way to Indira Gandhi International Airport from a number of destinations, including Tokyo, London and Paris. There are no direct flights to Indira Gandhi International Airport from Australia

Brisbane Airport (BNE)

Brisbane Airport is a major hub with domestic and international connections. Brisbane airport is located just 13 kilometres from the city centre, easily accesible by a range of public transport and operates 24 hours a day.

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