If you’ve ever dreamt of visiting the Red Centre, then you’re in luck as Jetstar is offering affordable airfares to the Northern Territory with its latest ‘Treat Yourself’ sale.
This deal is on now and includes direct flights to the Red Centre and Top End for as little as $84 and will be running until 11.59pm AEDT on Saturday, 25 February.
Travellers can choose to fly from Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane, and Cairns, to either Uluru, the Spiritual Heart of Australia, or Darwin, the vibrant tropical capital of the Northern Territory. Melbourne (Tullamarine) to Uluru direct flights start at just $84, Sydney to Uluru direct flights are available for $99, Brisbane to Darwin direct flights start at $89, and Adelaide to Darwin direct flights begin at $119.
Jetstar Flight Deals to the NT
- Jetstar is offering cheap direct flights to Uluru from select routes for as little as $84*.
- Flights departing from Melbourne (Tullamarine) to Uluru start at $84*
- Flights from Sydney to Uluru start at $99.*
- Jetstar is offering cheap direct flights to Darwin via select routes from Melbourne (Tullamarine), Brisbane, Sydney and Cairns. All flights are under $140*.
- Flights departing from Brisbane to Darwin start at $89.*
- Flights to Darwin from Adelaide from $119.*
- Flights to Darwin from Melbourne (Tullamarine), Sydney, and Cairns from $129.
These fantastic deals apply to select fares and travel periods between May and June 2023. This coincides with a huge range of unique events, experiences, and road trip adventures across the NT’s Top End and Red Centre.
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Visitors to Uluru can now book their spot at the new Wintjiri Wiru experience at Ayers Rock Resort, set to launch in May. This fully-immersive light and sound show combines ancient Anangu storytelling with state-of-the-art technology to create a breathtaking and unforgettable experience. The show, which features more than 1,000 luminous drones, is set against the stunning backdrop of Uluru and will be the first time a light, laser, projection, and drone experience of this magnitude has been performed on a regular basis anywhere in the world.
Other Uluru highlights include the acclaimed Field of Light installation, the native-inspired Tali Wiru dinner under the stars, breathtaking sunrise Segway tours, and immersive Aboriginal culture tours.
Travellers can also experience the much-anticipated Light Towers installation at Discovery Kings Canyon Resort, a few hours’ drive from Uluru. This latest installation from acclaimed British-Australian light artist Bruce Munro consists of 69 two-metre towers that change colour in response to music emanating from within them, creating a captivating and immersive aural and visual journey against the breathtaking backdrop of Kings Canyon. Light Towers is set to launch on 1 April.
During the Jetstar sale travel period, there are other must-see events, including the Territory’s biggest and longest-running music festival, BASSINTHEGRASS, which takes place on Saturday, 20 May. Staged at Darwin’s iconic Mindil Beach, the festival features huge names in Australian music, including Amy Shark, Angus & Julia Stone, Baker Boy, Ocean Alley, Tones and I, and many more.
Travellers can also check out Taste of Kakadu from 13-21 May, held in the World-Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park. This native-inspired foodie fest is Australia’s premier Aboriginal food and cultural event, offering an incredible program that highlights the foods, stories, and customs that have sustained the world’s oldest living cultures for more than 65,000 years.
With Jetstar’s ‘Treat Yourself’ sale, now is the perfect time to book a cheap and cheerful trip to the Northern Territory and explore the Top End and Red Centre. Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity to experience some of the most breathtaking and unique events and experiences Australia has to offer.
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