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Qantas Passenger Perks to Attract More International Visitors to Australia

  • by Adrian Eugene Seet
  • 7 Days ago
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Sydney Harbour Bridge at twilight
Sydney Harbour Bridge at twilight

Qantas has partnered Australia’s state tourism organisations to encourage more international visitors to Australia and add more value to their holiday with Qantas Passenger Perks.

There 40 special offers to experience nature, wildlife and culture in capital cities and regional centres around Australia. New offers will be added over the coming months.

Uluru Camel Tours
Uluru Camel Tours

Enjoy 20% off BridgeClimb Sydney, 30% off a surf lesson at Bondi Beach or 12% off Sunrise or Sunset Camel Tour with Uluru Camel Tours to witness Uluru and Katja Tjuta. Dine at Neil Perry restaurants or learn something from the Jacob’s Creek Food & Wine Masterclass and pick some wines at D’Arenberg Winery in South Australia. And if you are a nature seeker, you’ll enjoy snorkelling with turtles in the Gold Coast, whale watching in Port Macquarie or even fly Western Australia’s Aviair Bungle Bungle Adventurer.

9.3 million international travelled to Australia injecting A$44.3 billion into the Australian economy in the year ending March 2019. 50% came from Asia.

Qantas A380 landing in Singapore Changi Airport
Qantas A380 landing in Singapore Changi Airport

International customers also have access to Qantas Explorer fares, offering access to special fares for domestic flights across Australia when they fly with Qantas internationally. You can create your own customised Australian adventure, starting off in one of Qantas’ Australian capital cities where you can fly to over 30 domestic destinations including over 80 routes and see more of Australia for less. 

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