One Dollarydoo Flights – Yes, You Heard Right.
You may have heard about the UK’s decision to leave the EU. Hell, you might even be one of the lovely people who voted for it. It’s tough out there for you Brits; no one knows what is going on. Even your political pundits aren’t shocked anymore.
Why would you want to go to Europe after this? Forget that package holiday to Benidorm, who needs it? Try something a little further afield. We understand. Our prime minister changes almost daily, but we’re relaxed. That’s because it’s so bloody beautiful over here. No dramas – just palm trees, sparkling shores and rad waves.
Webjet Australia are here to help so you don’t have to stay and deal with the no deal. Get out of the rain and come on over to sunny Australia on one of our $1 international flights, departing daily from all major UK cities!
One of the best things about moving to Australia is that it’s so warm and it NEVER rains! So lucky to be in this country. Only thing is the birds are a bit loud though, hey.Anonymous UK Citizen
Fly To Sydney to see iconic landmarks like the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the famous sails of the Sydney Opera House. Explore the buzzing inner city hotspots, take the ferry to Manly or have a day out at beautiful Bondi Beach where you can learn to surf like a pro.
Cosmopolitan and cool, take a flight to Melbourne and explore the much-loved cafe culture and laneways. Grab a bargain at the Queen Victoria Market, check out the local brewery scene or kick back on the sands of St Kilda beach.
Hop on a flight to Brisbane and stroll along the stunning South Bank, discover idyllic nearby islands and enjoy the vibrant nightlife of Fortitude Valley. A tropical city, balmy Brisbane is also the gateway to Southern Queensland, where travellers can make tracks to local surf beach towns Noosa, Rainbow Beach and Bundaberg – the home of Aussie rum.
Adventure awaits in Western Australia. Fly to Perth and enjoy action-packed four-wheel drive experiences, explore the desert around the Pinnacles or head south and relax with a sauvignon blanc in the Margaret River.
A sacred site for Indigenous Australians, the huge sandstone monolith Uluru is a sight to behold. Fly to Uluru to spend a few days hiking the surrounding areas and enjoy spectacular sunset views across a burnt orange sky.
Australia’s northernmost city, fly to Darwin to get up close and personal with native wildlife and learn more about Australia’s rich Indigenous history at Kakadu National Park. Take a crocodile cruise, explore the wetlands and more.
What Tourists Are Saying
I was scared about travelling to Australia because it’s like, so far away. It only took 2 days to get there door-to-door, from my flat in London to Bondi Beach. So glad I’m not Captain Cook seriously.Anonymous UK Citizen
Would I go back to the UK? Mmmm yeah, but nah.Anonymous UK Citizen
Nah, I don’t really miss my friends. Most of them are here anyway. Plus there’s so many perks, like being in bed at midnight on a Saturday because there’s no real nightlife. I’m so over going out.Anonymous UK Citizen
Take a flight to tropical Cairns and forget all about the backstop. See the World Heritage Site-listed Great Barrier Reef, enjoy amazing canopy views on the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway, or bush walk through the Daintree Rainforest.
Fly to Adelaide to while away the afternoon in the Art Gallery of South Australia, lay back and relax on glorious sandy beaches, or sip acclaimed wines amongst the vineyards in the beautiful Barossa Valley wine country.
Catch a flight to Hobart in rugged Tasmania to enjoy world-class local whiskies, climb Mount Wellington or take a day trip to the mesmerising Wineglass Bay in Freycinet National Park.
The political centre and capital of Australia, fly to Canberra for a cultured break. Explore Parliament House, the National Portrait Gallery, the National Museum of Australia and more.
Have a preferred airline? No worries! We offer international flights to Australia with British Airways, Qatar Airways, Qantas, China Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Emirates, Etihad and Virgin Australia.