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Webjet Is Taking Up To $200 Off All Flights To Uluru For One Week Only

Webjet Is Taking Up To $200 Off All Flights To Uluru For One Week Only


While we can officially fly to New Zealand and there are rumblings of more travel bubbles to come, 2021 is still the year of finally ticking off your Australian bucket list items. And what could be higher on all our lists than Uluru?

Well nows the bloody time, mates, seeing as from today Webjet is partnering with Tourism Northern Territory to take off up to $200 off flights to Alice Springs and Uluru.


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For one week from May 5 to 11, flights from all departure cities outside of the Northern Territory can buy their flights with any airline through Webjet to get the discount automatically applied.

The best part? It’s for all travel dates, none of this blacking out the school holidays business. You’ll just have to be booked to travel within the next 12 months. Just head here and drop those dollars.

“We’re thrilled to partner with Tourism NT to offer our customers these incredible deals,” said Webjet OTA CEO David Galt.

“Travellers from all around the world have Uluru on their bucket list, and with many Australians having yet to make the journey to this incredible part of the world Webjet are delighted to be able to make bucket list trips an affordable reality”.

“The stark and majestic beauty of the Territory cannot be underestimated, alongside Uluru there are many other natural and cultural wonders to enjoy – there really is no other place on earth like it”.

So now we have ‘how to get there’ sorted, let’s talk ‘what to do when you get there’.

First of all, here’s the packing list you absolutely need if it’s your first time. Also, this guide to having an unforgettable time even if you’re on a budget (yes, you can have a wallet-friendly trip to the Red Centre).

If you’re wondering about WHEN to book for, I’m just saying this amazing Pride festival happens in March every year.

(Lead image: Tourism NT)

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