Huge Qantas flight sale: Hottest destinations from just $109

Qantas has launched a massive sale with a huge number of cheap flights to help kickstart post-iso travel across Australia.

As part of their ‘Love Australia’ sale, the Aussie airline has released 350,000 discounted one-way fares across 77 domestic routes starting at a little over $100.

Qantas and Virgin Australia planes at Kingsford Smith International airport on November 15, 2019 in Sydney, Australia.
Qantas has kicked off post-iso travel with a 'Love Australia' flight sale. Photo: Getty Images.

Sydneysiders, for example, can escape to the Gold Coast (Coolangatta) for $109, Brisbane for $115 or Hamilton Island for $179.

Hot destinations from the Qantas ‘Love Australia sale:

  • Brisbane to the Fraser Coast for $109

  • Melbourne to Launceston for $109

  • Hobart to Melbourne for $125

  • Sydney to Darwin for $129

  • Sydney to Hobart for $149

  • Perth to Geraldton for $159

  • Adelaide to Brisbane for $169

  • Darwin to Sydney for $219

  • Check out the FULL LIST of flight deals here

Hamilton Island
Hamilton Island is just a $179 one-way Qantas flight away for Sydneysiders. Photo: Getty Images.

With some state borders finally starting to open up, these discounted tickets are sure to go fast — best to get a move on as the Qantas sale ends at midnight on Friday, July 10, unless sold out prior.

Qantas is also giving travellers the flexibility of one fee-free change to their date of travel on eligible domestic Australian flights booked between May 21 and July 27, 2020, for travel between June 12 and October 31, 2020.

Holiday-goers are encouraged to check local and state travel restrictions that may affect their plans — the NSW-VIC border, for example, will be closed from Tuesday night.

Aussies are champing at the bit to explore their home country according to new data from, which found 58 per cent of families plan to travel across borders as soon as they open.

And three in four families have vowed to prioritise Australian travel - even after international travel restrictions are lifted.

Back in June, Qantas’ budget airline, Jetstar, also dropped 10,000 one-way fares across 22 domestic routes for a bargain $19.

“Our research tells us more than 75 per cent of Australians intend to fly in the next six months,” Qantas Group chief executive Alan Joyce said at the time.

“We know that these low fares will encourage even more people to get on a flight to take a short holiday or visit family and friends.

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