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New discount flight deal for tourists to Australia

Emirates and Tourism Australia are running a new promotion that will see the British snapping up return flights to Australia from as little as £570.
22 September 2009
Cairns and the Great Barrier Reef, Sydney, Melbourne or the Outback just got closer with the new Visit Australia Pass by Emirates, but Britons will need to obtain an Australia travel visa.

The campaign, titled “Come walkabout with Emirates”, means visitors can take advantage of an Australia Pass, which offers return flights from one of six UK airports to Australia as well as two, three, or four Australian internal cities.

Travellers on the Visit Australia Pass can fly from Heathrow, Gatwick, Birmingham, Manchester, Newcastle and Glasgow to Australia with a stopover in Dubai.

Emirates serves Brisbane, Perth, Melbourne, and Sydney airports, but other Australian cities and destinations will be easily reached by the included domestic flights using the Visit Australia Pass.

To visit Australia, British nationals will need to obtain an Australian travel visa. The most common Australian travel visa used for tourist purposes is the Australian ETA visa. This Australian visa can be applied for online, and is almost immediately approved.