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Jetstar Is Slinging Flights To The NT From Around Australia For Just $107 One Way

Jetstar Is Slinging Flights To The NT From Around Australia For Just $107 One Way

With international travel off the table, my little traveller heart is desperate to satisfy its adventure lust by exploring the Northern Territory — Uluru did just get named in the top 3 ‘best things to see in the world‘ by Lonely Planet, after all.

So it’s bloody good news then that Jetstar is throwing a massive sale from around the country, flying into the NT.

 

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You’re looking at flights between Brisbane and Darwin from $107, one way. Or between Darwin and Cairns for just $22 more. Sydney can get to Uluru for $109, as can Brissy. Adelaide can catch a flight to Darwin for $135.

Let’s be honest, flying around Australia can often be pretty darn pricey, so why wouldn’t you take advantage of a good deal? Especially when you combine it with the massive summer sale that Tourism NT just launched, giving you money off your accommodation, activities and more.

 

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All fare prices are one-way and web-only, and you’ll have to add on baggage if you want it. You can check out the other conditions here, and check all sale fares here. The sale is on until tomorrow, Tuesday October 20, at 11.59pm AEDT.

Flight dates range from the end of October, right into March next year, so there’s plenty of time to plan a killer trip in. If you need a little inspo, we have you covered.

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If you only have a weekend to spare (don’t we all, thanks to 2020), you’ll be surprised to know you can get the best of Uluru and surrounds in just 48 hours.

If you have longer, however, there’s plenty in the NT to keep you busy. Get the blood pumping with some of the best adrenaline activities in the area, or just chill by one of the many stunning natural swimming holes.

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