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Cheap flights to Sydney recently found by travellers
    MEL
    Melbourne
    SYD
    Sydney
    Jetstar Airways - Australia & New Zealand

    Tue, 27/02 - Wed, 28/02
    US$ 117
    BNE
    Brisbane
    SYD
    Sydney
    Virgin Australia

    Tue, 15/05 - Thu, 17/05
    US$ 154
    ADL
    Adelaide
    SYD
    Sydney
    Virgin Australia

    Sat, 02/06 - Sat, 23/06
    US$ 173
    PER
    Perth
    SYD
    Sydney
    Virgin Australia

    Sun, 03/06 - Fri, 08/06
    US$ 291
    AKL
    Auckland
    SYD
    Sydney
    LAN Airlines (now LATAM Airlines)

    Wed, 01/08 - Thu, 02/08
    US$ 292
    CSX
    Changsha
    SYD
    Sydney
    Sichuan Airlines

    Thu, 15/03 - Fri, 23/03
    US$ 347
    KMG
    Kunming
    SYD
    Sydney
    Sichuan Airlines

    Mon, 09/04 - Fri, 20/04
    US$ 347
    WUX
    Wuxi
    SYD
    Sydney
    Sichuan Airlines

    Thu, 29/03 - Fri, 06/04
    US$ 347
    NNG
    Nanning
    SYD
    Sydney
    Sichuan Airlines

    Thu, 29/03 - Fri, 13/04
    US$ 350
    BJS
    Beijing
    SYD
    Sydney
    China Southern Airlines

    Mon, 07/05 - Fri, 11/05
    US$ 360
Arriving in Sydney Airport

Cheap flights to Sydney bring you directly to the jewel of Australia and one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Sydney flights will most likely land at Sydney Airport, located just a little bit outside of the main part of the Sydney. Travellers who embark from one of the many cheap flights to Sydney will find plenty of options for transport into the main part of the city. There is a rail terminal right at the airport which links to Sydney, and there are several bus options available. Visitors can also rent a car or bicycle to travel into the city, though that isn't recommended for passengers with a lot of bags. 

Getting Around Sydney

Visitors to Sydney will discover a large, sprawling metropolitan location with several useful options for ground transportation. Sydney's many highways and roads make for a good driving city, if you feel like renting a car for your travels. There is also an extensive rail system in an around Sydney; CityRail and the Metro Light Rail trains provide efficient, quick transport to most of the city's hotspots. The city also has a very large bus network which will take you to the few places the Metro Rail might not cover. Sydney also boasts an active and vibrant bicycling culture, so if you're a two-wheel fan, try renting a bike to get around town.

Main Attractions in Sydney

Sydney flights drop tourists off into one of the most cultured and exquisite cities in the world, full of amazing tourist destinations. The most famous structure in all of Sydney is undoubtedly the Sydney Opera House, the gorgeously-designed building located right next to the Sydney Harbour. If you can get a ticket, stop in to see one of the House's acclaimed productions - the building hosts orchestra music, ballet, theatre and opera. That's not all there is to see in the city. Sydney also boasts extraordinary beaches perfect for sunbathers, as well as Luna Park - a perfect place to take the whole family. The city also offers the amazing Royal Botanical Gardens, sightseeing at the Sydney Tower, casino action at Darling Harbour, tons of aquatic entertainment options and some amazing museums. You certainly won't regret your cheap ticket to Sydney.

Shopping, Dining and Night Life in Sydney

The Australians know how to have a good time! Make sure you take advantage of the whole city. As the hub of Australia, Sydney offers some incredible nightlife attractions. You can catch a show or performance at one of Sydney's many acclaimed theatres - oftentimes featuring some of the country's famous actors and actresses - or head out to party at the Darling Harbour district, Kings Cross District or Oxford Street, all full of exciting bars and restaurants. Shoppers will want to head to the Surry Hills or Paddington districts for great bargains, or trek to Westfield Sydney for all the top international brands. Oh, and don't forget the food! Sydney is full of amazing cuisine, with world-class restaurants all across the city. Be sure to try some of the fresh seafood or Asian cuisine offered at places like The Summit or Wagaya (in Chinatown). Oh, and if you're feeling adventurous - go ahead and sample some kangaroo meat! Cheap airfares to Sydney pay off big in sightseeing, shopping, dining and entertainment opportunities.

Flight stats for Sydney - did you know?
  • Sydney is 8 km from Kingsford Smith Airport (Sydney, Australia).
  • Kingsford Smith Airport (Sydney, Australia)
    • Right now, 84 airlines operate out of Kingsford Smith Airport.
    • Kingsford Smith Airport offers nonstop flights to 95 cities.
    • Every week, at least 6,004 domestic flights and 2,849 international flights depart from Kingsford Smith Airport.

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