Get Exclusive Discounts On The Great Australian Airfare Sale And Travel To Australia

Tourism Australia
by Kritika Kukreja

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Tourism Australia is completing 50 years in the business and is tying up with various airlines to offer dirt cheap rates for your travels to the land down under for a three-week period. 

What Is It?

Every wanted to visit the land with adorable kangaroos, scenic beaches and gorgeous views? Well, here’s your chance. On the occasion of Tourism Australia completing 50 years in the business, they are tying up with top airlines like Air Asia, Air India, Cathay Pacific, Malaysia Airlines, Qantas, Scoot, Singapore Airlines, and Thai Airways to give Indian travelers the opportunity to visit Australia at extremely discounted rates. 

The airline charges will be ₹29,000 onwards for a return ticket. The booking period starts 1st November and will last up to 21st November. This three-week period will be perfect for you to book your travels and it allows opportunistic travelers to plan their travel till November 2018 as well! 

Also read: Australia’s Gold Coast To Play Host To Commonwealth Games 2018

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What Else? 

Get charmed by Australia’s attractions like wonderful wildlife, natural beauty and indulge in their spectacular culinary choices with this trip. To enhance tourism in Australia, this campaign has been established along with 8 airlines.

These special airfares are valid via booking from here and further discounts can be achieved by using Standard Chartered bank credit cards. 

India is currently the 9th largest inbound market for tourism in Australia. With over 250,000 tourists visiting the country in a year, the tourist attractions in Australia are plenty.

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Booking period: 1st November to 21st November
Charges: ₹29,000 per person for return
Travel limitation: Book your travels up to November 2018
Airlines: Air Asia, Air India, Cathay Pacific, Malaysia Airlines, Qantas, Scoot, Singapore Airlines, and Thai Airways 


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