Flights from Queenstown to Sydney

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Top Experiences For Visitors

One of the most popular activities for anyone arriving on flights Queenstown to Sydney is to tackle the Sydney Bridge Climb. Reserve your time slot as soon as you confirm Queenstown to Sydney flights to avoid missing out on this incredible experience. You can choose to climb to different points on the bridge, and there are climbs suitable for both adults and children. Luna Park is a great day out for those planning an itinerary around cheap flights to Sydney from Queenstown. The whimsical entrance alone makes for wonderful photo backdrop, and inside the park you can find a stomach-dropping roller coaster, Ferris wheel, carnival-style game, mirrored maze fun house, and more. Photographers, explorers, nature lovers, and outdoor enthusiasts using tickets to Sydney from Queenstown to head for New South Wales may already have time in the Blue Mountains on their radar. The Mountains area is a 90-minute drive from Sydney and some of the most famous sights include Wentworth Falls and the Three Sisters. Plus there are an almost endless number of lookout points, walking tracks and rock formations to admire, as well as the streets of local townships Katoomba, Leura and Blackheath. If you're not sure where to start on your discovery of the Blue Mountains, you can book a place on a guided tour. Look into operators after confirming the dates of your cheap flights Queenstown to Sydney. If you’re not that type for hiking, you can book a cave exploration tour after reserving your Queenstown to Sydney return flights. Cave sites around the Blue Mountains include Jamison Valley, Echo Point, and Jenolan Caves; the latter spans more than 40 kilometres. Once you’ve ticked off all of Sydney’s major sights and attractions, you may be tempted into seeing more of New South Wales with another day trip. A particular popular pilgrimage for travellers on flights Queenstown to Sydney is the Hunter Valley, one of Australia’s most acclaimed wine-producing regions. A 90-minute car ride can put you in the heart of this glorious area and within striking distance of dozens of wineries, cellar doors, gourmet grocers and fine-dining restaurants. Tours to the Hunter Valley from Sydney are also available and can be booked once you have locked in Queenstown to Sydney flights with Webjet.

Travelling with Children

You’ll discover a wealth of indoor and outdoor activities to keep your entire family entertained once you land in NSW on those cheap flights to Sydney from Queenstown. Spend the day exploring Symbio Wildlife Park or hiking to a waterfall when you plan a day trip to Royal National Park, located just south of Sydney. Stop at Bald Hill Lookout along the way to see any hang-gliders and para-gliders launching off toward the Illawarra coastline. When you save money on cheap flights Queenstown to Sydney, you can upgrade your family’s experience at Symbio Wildlife Park to include a cuddle session with adorable koalas, or hand-feed kangaroos and wallabies. Continue along the Grand Pacific Drive to see the Sea Cliff Bridge near Clifton. You can stop off at Bulli Beach for a family picnic or dip in the ocean pools. If you are a family of keen hikers and you made sure to pack your boots before departing on flights Queenstown to Sydney, make plans to tackle some of the bush walks surrounding Manly Dam in Allambie Heights. You can all take in the incredible views of flora and fauna as well as evidence of Aboriginal life which includes rock engravings and axe grinding grooves. No matter what time of year you and your family plan to arrive at Sydney Airport (SYD), there’s a good chance you’ll be able to catch a game at the Sydney Cricket Grounds (SCG). The SCG is the place to watch any major sporting events such as cricket, rugby, and many AFL matches.

The Best Time to Visit

Use Webjet’s Deal Finder tool to score big savings on spring flights Queenstown to Sydney. September through November can see pleasant temperatures rarely reaching above 23°C days. The humidity is relatively low this time of year, which can be wonderful if you’re planning any outdoor activities or beach excursions. If you’re arriving in November, you can partake in the two-day festivities at Clark Island inside Sydney Harbour known as Wind Island. This wine festival features wine and food pairings, live music, treasure hunts and more. Summer days are warmer with daily highs reaching upwards of 26°C between December through February. The higher humidity levels don’t deter tourists hoping to take part in the Sydney Festival in January. This family-friendly event features an array of musical, operatic, and theatrical performances as well as street performances and visual arts displays. Any summer travel that includes hotels, excursions, and Queenstown to Sydney flights should be booked well in advance. Autumn travel is a great time to snap up deals on cheap flights to Sydney from Queenstown with Webjet. The weather is nearly perfect between March through May with daily highs averaging between 14° and 22°C. The crisp air and thinned crowds can make for a delightful holiday. If you’re travelling between late May through August, be on the lookout for migrating humpback whales while strolling along the Sydney coastline. Winter days can be cold and wet. Days in late winter can dip to 8°C and June often receives the most amount of rain. Despite the cold, wet conditions, booking winter flights Queenstown to Sydney can be the best thing for your budget. You can explore more of the city without the hassle of large crowds and you can take part in the myriad of festivals, music shows, and city-wide events taking place throughout the winter season.

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