How to get to Western Australia for less

first_imgTake advantage of being a student How does that work? For example, if you fly Qantas to Australia, you can access Qantas Explorer Fares, which could cost you a lot less than booking domestic flights separately. Aerial view of Elizabeth Quay, Perth. Image Copyright: Tourism Western Australia Step back and think, “what do I really need?” As long as you’ve got the essentials – swimwear, sandals, sunglasses, sturdy shoes and a sweater – you’ll be fine. You can wash clothes instead of bringing too many. And remember, you can buy most items – like sun lotion or insect repellent – or rent gear when you’re there. Check all UK airports for cheap Perth flights Choose the right time to book flights… Ready to start planning your adventure? You can find more Western Australia inspiration checking out these articles: Not only does this mean avoiding fees for extra or overweight luggage, it also means you don’t have to wait for a suitcase, pay for a taxi or lug a towering backpack. It’s also much less hassle to pack and unpack between your stops! Earn your stay in Western Australia When’s the best time to visit Western Australia? It really depends on what you want. Australian Spring, for example, is a great time for hikers and explorers. It’s also when you get to see the state’s vast seas of wildflowers in full bloom. But if your main priority is a getting a good deal, you can see when’s the cheapest month to visit. You can search for multi-city flights below, and compare them to see which ones get you to Perth for less: For those who want to get more serious about work, here are a couple of reasons why spending a gap year here boosts your CV, and a few cool jobs that you could take on while you’re on a working holiday in Western Australia. RelatedWorking hard or hardly working? Here’s 9 of the coolest jobs you can get on a working holiday visa in Western Australia​In partnership with Fancy getting paid to swim with wild dolphins? Or wrangle camels? How about being able to contribute to conservation projects in stunning national parks while you earn money to spend on craft beer and cocktails? Finding your dream job could be as simple as applying for a…How to holiday in Australia for less than £1,000With breathtaking beaches, extraordinary wildlife and some seriously rugged scenery, Australia makes a dream holiday location. But this epic destination doesn’t need a big budget. Australia’s West Coast is its most accessible part and a trip here won’t break the bank. We’ve teamed up with Student Universe to bring you…Flight deals to Perth and Western Australia from £518*Looking for the cheapest way to travel to Western Australia? Look no further! We have created your ultimate flights saving list! Lancaster Wines, Swan Valley. Image Copyright: Tourism Western Australia Cottesloe Beach, near Perth. Image Copyright: Tourism Western Australia Don’t limit your search to well-known airports (for example, the London biggies) or those closest to where you live. You never know where you’ll find a better price. Obviously, don’t forget to factor in how much it’ll cost – and how long it’ll take – if you’re travelling to an out-of-town airport. You don’t want to end up spending more while trying to save! Look into multiple destination and one-way options to find cheap flights to Perth You can also go to Student Universe to explore more about working holidays – plus some useful tips and tours. OK, so this one’s technically not a money-saving tip. But it’s still a great way to cover costs. Volunteer via an association like WWOOF Australia (as in, worldwide opportunities on organic farms) and you can swap a few hours work per day for a place to stay and meals, as well as a great chance to experience the local life. If you want to squeeze as much adventure and bucket list experiences as possible into one trip, Western Australia is the perfect choice. In partnership with Western Australia, Experience ExtraordinaryDiscover much morecenter_img Flights to Perth are already a budget-friendly way to get to Australia. They’re time-savers too – London to Perth flights clock in at 17 hours (around 4 hours less than Sydney). And if you’re a student, you might be able to find even more discounted flights to get your Western Australia journey started. Friends in a vineyward in the Margaret Wine Region – Tourism Western Australia ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map Travel light – and save on time and space as well as money Cape to Cape track, near Indijup Beach. Image Copyright: Tourism Western Australia It can also sometimes save you money to first fly to an Asian hub like Singapore or Indonesia, then connect to Perth with a cheap flight. And if you’re planning on flying onward inside Australia, airline passes from the likes of Qantas and Virgin Australia will be your friend. It doesn’t hurt that it’s easy to find cheap flights to Perth either. In just a few days, you can visit the Instagram darling quokkas of Rottnest Island, walk the lunar landscapes of the Pinnacles, meet wild dolphins in Monkey Mia, and try out surfing (or a Chardonnay) in Margaret River. Emma Gorge, El Questro Wilderness Park – Tourism Western Australia However, you can save quite a bit by asking, when is the best time to book my flights? Seven weeks before you fly appears to be the optimal time for flights to Australia. You can also set a price alert to track flights and see if prices drop. Find cheap flights to Perth Booking direct flights and return flights might be more convenient. But they won’t always get you the best deal. It’s worth doing some digging into one-way flights, as you might find better offers by booking your departure and return flights separately. And don’t forget to widen your search beyond well-known UK airports – like those in London – as you never know where you’ll find the lowest price. Compare flights to Western Australia Looking for Perth accomodation? … and choose the right time to visit Flights to Perth are often the cheapest route into Australia from the UK. Prices stay relatively stable throughout the year, but watch out for spikes around periods like school holidays and Christmas. We get it. It can be quite a lot to think about what to pack for Western Australia. Do you need two pairs of flip-flops? Three? What about t-shirts; is twenty too many? How about ‘night out’ clothes? Should I bring my own surfing board?? As you can see, you get a lot of incredible nature and wildlife for your money here. But with these tips from Student Universe, you can find the very best deals and make a dream holiday to Western Australia even more budget-friendly. Wildflowers in spring, Coalseam Conservation Park. Image Copyright: Tourism Western Australia The best of Perth on a budgetTop day trips from Perth15 ways to get closer to nature and wildlife in Western AustraliaBig adventures for small budgets – action-packed Western Australia tours Last minute flight deals to PerthHow to holiday in Western Australia for less than £1000 The most Instagrammable road trip everGap year goals: Working Holiday in Western AustraliaBig Adventures on a Small Budget in Western Australia Find the best Perth flight dealslast_img

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