It looks like 2020 could be the year of domestic travel. Choose to explore closer to home with the help of incredibly cheap deals from your friends over at Virgin Australia.
There really has never been a better time to book domestic travel than now.
Support the local economy and look at ‘home’ a little differently by setting off on an adventure in your own backyard.
The VA sale
If you’re well and truly over the news at the moment, why not pack your bags and set off on a mini-adventure within our beautiful country?
Virgin Australia is giving you the very best deals to make this happen right now! Book before midnight on Monday 23 March, and you’ll likely bag economy airfares for under $100 – what a bargain for the school holiday period!
Some of the best include:
- Sydney to Ballina (Byron Bay) from $79
- Melbourne to Sydney from $99
- Brisbane to Sydney from $99
- Adelaide to Melbourne from $99
- Sydney to Sunshine Coast from $99
- Brisbane to Whitsundays Coast from $99
- Brisbane to Perth for just $209
- Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne to Darwin from just $169
Now is also the time for a little added luxury at the front of the plane, with selected domestic business class fares to as little as $250!
‘Do it in WA’
If you’re keen on a longer adventure, why not head to stunning Western Australia?
Launched today, the playfully named ‘Do it in WA’ campaign, is encouraging Australians (especially, Western Australians) to explore domestically, rather than booking international travel.
‘Do it in WA’ will highlight the wide range of exciting destinations and experiences on offer across Western Australia, with a focus on supporting the State’s tourism operators and small businesses.
The hashtag #DoitinWA will be widely used throughout the campaign – with holidaymakers, tourism operators and small businesses encouraged to use it on their social media channels.
“Now, more than ever, we need to dig in and support our local tourism industry and small businesses, who are feeling the impacts of the coronavirus outbreak.”
Paul Papalia, Tourism Minister.
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