Latest flight deals available in Australia in June 2023

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Don't spend more than you need to on your next holiday. Before booking, check out the latest flight deals and promo codes right here to see how much you can save on your fare.

Whether you're after a flight deal to Melbourne, Sydney or Perth, or are looking for deals on future international travel we should have just what you're looking for.

Our top flight deals

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Sydney to Sunshine Coast from $69 one-way



Book budget flights in Europe from €23

Get 10% off your next trip


Save USD$20 on your booking

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Flights to New Zealand from $272

Expires 11 Jul 2023
Available for travel on select dates until 1 May 2024. Sample fare departs from Sydney to Christchurch. T&Cs apply.

Up to 10% off for Privilege Club members

Get up to 10% off on flights when you signup and become a Privilege Club member with a code. Available for travel until 31 March 2024. T&Cs apply.

Get 10% off on selected choice and Lite based fares

Verified 4 days ago Expires 8 Jun 2023
Available for travel between 1 to 30 June 2023 on (ADD DESTINATIONS FROM BELOW PROPOSAL). Tickets must be purchased at least 3 days before departure. T&Cs apply.

Cairns to Tokyo from $339 on Jetstar

Verified Today Expires 8 Jun 2023
Available for travel on select dates until 31 July 2023 unless sold out. T&Cs apply.

Sydney to Sunshine Coast from $69 one-way

Verified Today Expires 7 Jun 2023
Available for travel on select dates until 21 March 2024. T&Cs apply.

Japan flights from 1,202 on All Nippon Airways

Expires 20 Jun 2023
Available for travel on select dates until 31 March 2024. Destinations include Osaka, Tokyo, Fukuoka, and Sapporo. Sample fare departs from Sydney to Tokyo. T&Cs apply.

Australia business class flights from just $239 one way on Rex Airline

Expires 9 Jun 2023
Available for travel on select dates until 29 May to 14 December 2023 on Rex Airline. It includes spacious seating, a delicious meal, and a generous 32kg baggage allowance. Sample fare departs from Sydney to Brisbane. T&Cs apply.

15% off on stays worldwide

Expires 29 Sep 2023
Get 15% off on stays worldwide at JUSTFLY. Available for booking until 30 September 2023. T&Cs apply.

Up to USD$25 off business class flight fees

Available on select travel dates to USA and more. T&Cs apply.

Tokyo flights from $726 return

Available for flights from August - September 2023. Sample fare departs from Melbourne with Philippine Airlines.

Get a EUR€20 voucher for your next trip

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Up to US$30 off flight fees

Available on select travel dates when you use the code. Destinations include Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth. T&Cs apply.

Flights between Melbourne and Exmouth from $399 each way

Available for travel from 30 April – 26 October 2023 with Qantas.

Flights to Malaysia from $256 return

Available on select travel dates until March 2023. Sample fare departs from Perth with Scoot.

Europe flights from US$1,662 return

Available on select travel dates to Greece, Germany, Switzerland, Italy and more. T&Cs apply.

Up to 50% off worldwide flights

Available on select dates when you book Express Deals. Destinations include Australia, New Zealand, Canada, USA, United Kingdom and more. T&Cs apply.

Get 10% off your next flight

Book a Economy Flex, Business Flex or Business Suite flight and get 10% on your next flight with the same plane. T&Cs apply.

Up to 50% off with member-exclusive deals

Register to access member-only deals, earn bonus Trip Coins and unlock exclusive rewards.

Get 10% off your next trip

Sign up with your email address to get an instant 10% off coupon for your next trip.

Book budget flights in Europe from €23

Available on select flights in Europe including Paris, London, Barcelona, Amsterdam and more. Sample price is from Berlin-London with Ryanair.

Save USD$20 on your booking

Sign up to the OneTravel newsletter and get USD$20 off your next booking. T&Cs apply.

Where do you find the cheapest flights?

To get the cheapest price on your flight, it pays to compare. Consider checking an aggregator – a site that searches multiple airlines' websites and online travel agencies at once – to get a wider range of available flights. Some flight aggregators include the following:

Compare flight prices with just one search now

How do you find the cheapest flights?

Comparing prices is one way to find the cheapest flights, but if you have a trusted website or preferred company, ask if they price match.

Booking with a company that will price-match your fare will also guarantee the lowest price for a flight. Usually, you'll need to compare apples to apples, so make sure you're looking at the same airline, the same departure date and time and the same inclusions (if you're needing extras like checked baggage). To learn more about this, read our guide that lists out booking sites and airlines that will let you price match.

Knowing which days flights go on sale is also key when booking. Many airlines have regular sales, whether weekly or annually, and booking during one can reward you with a low fare. We've seen prices drop as low as $19 recently with Jetstar during one such sale.

When is the cheapest time to fly?

Through our research trawling through flight searches to learn – and booking plenty for ourselves too – we've found that flying in the early morning or late at night tends to reward the lowest fare.

When it comes to the days of the week, Tuesdays and Wednesdays tend to have the lowest fares.

Learn more about our research on the cheapest times to fly.

Where do you get the best flight deals?

We're not the only place you can find some flight deals. Here's a couple of sites we love for finding the best deals on flights:

  • Expedia is great for flexible travellers with its deals page showing lots of offers from flights in the future to those just a couple of months away.
  • Skyscanner: Skyscanner's deals find you the best value flights for up to 90 days in the future. It does the maths for you by displaying how much cheaper a fare is compared to its average price over the year. We've seen flights up to 39% cheaper than average.

Where can I find last-minute flight deals?

The days of running up to the counter at the airport and asking about standby flights are well and truly behind us. For last minute flight deals you can't look past aggregators including:, Skyscanner and KAYAK.

In the days leading up to your preferred travel dates make sure to check sites frequently and note down the prices. Follow airlines on social media as they'll often announce last-minute deals there. Most airlines have their own newsletter announcing sales and reminders for their weekly specials.

If you want a round-up of the best flight sales without having to sign up to multiple newsletters you can join our flight deal alert mailing list.

How often do airlines have flight deals?

  • Virgin Australia has a weekly Happy Hour sale each Thursday from 4pm to 11pm (it occasionally runs for longer periods).
  • Jetstar sometimes drops a Fare Frenzy on Fridays which typically lasts only that night. It also has a Weekend edition.
  • Unfortunately, neither Qantas nor Rex Airlines offers weekly sales on a set date.

Is it cheaper to book flights early or last-minute?

If you know where you want to go and when, then booking ahead of time can save you money. "The early bird gets the worm" as it were.

If you've got flexibility on dates and/or destinations then you'll want to look out for last-minute sales. As take-off dates draw closer airlines tend to put the remaining seats on sale to make sure they fill-up the plane.

Should I clear cookies when searching for flights?

It doesn't hurt to try. Some experts swear that booking sites are tracking you and will put their prices up when you visit their site a few times.

There are a lot of normal factors that can result in prices changing, from a fare class selling out to high demand for a particular date.

While you can try clearing your cookies, using incognito mode or a VPN, we recommend you always do your research and compare fares to find the cheapest or best deal for your circumstances.

Is it cheaper to buy one-way tickets or round trip?

It depends on whether you're flying domestically or internationally and there are exceptions to the rule.

Flying domestically

It can be cheaper to buy two one-way fares. For example, when you search for return airfares on Skyscanner it looks for deals and offers from multiple airlines and travel agents, not just individual flights.

Apart from circumstances like in our example, budget airlines like Jetstar usually sell one-way fares for the same price each way opting to charge per kilometres travelled.

Whether you purchase two one-way tickets or book the return airfare, the price should come out roughly the same.

Do look out for Jetstar "return for free" fares though, they're a steal.

Flying internationally

It's often cheaper to buy a return ticket. Pre-COVID-19, a lot of airline revenue came from business travellers jet setting across the world. Busy C-suite executives are less picky about pricing when their company is picking up the bill.

A cheaper return airfare provides an incentive to book with the same airline rather than go looking for flights via a competitor.

Flying with flexibility

Flexibility provides more opportunities for saving. For our Sydney-London return example we found one-way flights from $736 (via Japan Airlines) and $1,797 (via SWISS and ANA) totalling $2,533. Compared to the Qatar return airfare, you save 6%. Of course, that's if you don't mind an extra stopover.

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Consider all your options and fly smarter. You can find savings on flights and compare prices for yourself with Skyscanner.

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