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All-inclusive Premium Economy Class and Economy Class return air-fares (INR) per person from India to Australia (Adelaide, Brisbane, Cairns, Canberra, Darwin, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney)

OriginEconomy ClassPremium Economy Class
(Adelaide / Cairns / Darwin / Perth)
Premium Economy Class
(Brisbane / Canberra / Melbourne / Sydney)
Hyderabad / Visakhapatnam INR 45,000 - INR 75,000
Kolkata INR 45,000 - INR 77,000
Delhi INR 48,000 INR 75,000 INR 75,000
Coimbatore / Kochi / Thiruvananthapuram INR 48,000 - INR 100,000
Mumbai INR 50,000 INR 77,000 INR 77,000
Chennai INR 50,000 - INR 78,000
Bengaluru INR 52,000 - INR 90,000
Ahmedabad INR 60,000 - INR 77,000


Terms and conditions

 
  • Valid for sale till 10 December 2018.
  • Valid for travel from 15 February till 25 November 2019.
  • Travel must originate from India on Singapore Airlines or SilkAir flights.
  • Premium Economy Class : Base fares are refundable with a fee.
  • Economy Class : Taxes and surcharges are refundable for non-refundable fares.
  • Maximum stay: 3 months.
  • No-show fee applies.
  • Advance seat selection permitted with a fee up to 48 hours prior to departure.
  • Singapore stopover permitted.
  • Date/Flight changes permitted with a fee.
  • Fares shown may vary between cities and the actual price is subject to currency fluctuation.
  • Other terms and conditions apply.




Tourism Australia


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Indulge on Australia’s most tasteful island

Indulge on Australia’s most tasteful island

Something's always cooking at Kangaroo Island! As you tour the seal-dotted beaches and rolling hills you'll find raw organic honey made by rare bees, sharp sheep cheeses, king crabs pulled from the deep – unique culinary experiences spread across Australia's third-largest island. All this in the pleasant company of kangaroos galore!

Snorkel the Great Barrier Reef

Snorkel the Great Barrier Reef

Queensland's prime World Heritage Area, The Great Barrier Reef, is the world's largest coral reef system, home to about 3,000 coral reefs and more than 900 islands. You can snorkel coral, spot turtles and hover over clownfish, or even swim with dolphins, whales and more, all in a world heritage site that’s the size of about 70 million football fields.

Absorb the silence at Whitehaven Beach

Absorb the silence at Whitehaven Beach

Long walks on the beach will never be the same again… The sand on Whitehaven Beach does not retain heat making it comfortable to walk barefoot on a hot day. The views across the seven kilometer stretch of silica white sands of Whitehaven Beach are so breath-taking that arriving visitors often forget – just for a moment – to take photos of this incredible scene.

Catch a Sydney seaplane to lunch

Catch a Sydney seaplane to lunch

Fly over national icons, land on water, and step out to lunch! Sydney's unforgettable scenic flights pair must-see views of Sydney Harbour, the iconic Opera House and the magnificent Harbour Bridge that took 1,400 men eight years to build the bridge, culminating in a meal at one of the renowned destination restaurants.

Soar over the Great Ocean Road via helicopter

Soar over the Great Ocean Road via helicopter

The best view is always from the top! And it's no different for the majestic 12 Apostles. Gaze at them from angles seen only by a lucky few when you soar over the world's largest war memorial, the Great Ocean Road, in a helicopter!

Northern Territory’s ‘Top End’ is your gateway to Australia

Northern Territory’s Top End is your gateway to Australia

There aren’t many places in the world where you can fish in tropical waters, canoe through magnificent gorges, dive into crystal clear waterholes, marvel at indigenous art, and trek, walk, ride or drive through some of Australia’s most diverse landscapes.

Darwin, the Northern Territory’s distinctly modern, youthful and multicultural capital city is the closest Australian city to the East by air. An outdoor lifestyle is enjoyed year-round in Darwin at open-air restaurants, beachside markets and outdoor festivals. With this metropolis as your doorstep, you can discover the nature, culture and adventure of the Top End region.

Drift across Australia's capital

Drift across the capital

Recently listed in Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel guide as the number 3 city to visit in 2018, no Australian itinerary is complete without a visit to its capital city.

For the best view of Canberra, take a scenic hot air balloon over the nation's capital for a bird's eye view of the city's architectural wonders and landscapes of this beautifully planned city. Take off with the sunrise in a hot air balloon and drift gently with the wind over Canberra and the surrounding bushland. There’s no better way to fully appreciate Canberra’s charm than from the air.

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