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Tuesday, December 18th 2018

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2018
14
August
Toronto to Sydney, Brisbane, or Melbourne, Australia - $817 to $850 CAD roundtrip | 2019 dates available

Koala in Australia

Qantas has once again dropped the price of their flights from Toronto to cities in Australia, this time down to between $817 and $850 CAD roundtrip.

And this time there are 2019 dates available.

You can also turn these into 2-in-1 trips and visit both Australia and San Francisco (or Los Angeles), for about the same price (instructions below).

You can also look at flying into one Australian city, but home from another, for about the same price (instructions below).

Availability for travel

August, September, October, November, first half of December 2018

February, March, April 2019

How to find and book this deal

1. Try a Google Flights search like this one...

Google Flights: Toronto to Sydney, Australia (SYD)
^^^ look for the dates that are $931 roundtrip

Google Flights: Toronto to Brisbane, Australia (BNE)
^^^ look for the dates that are $929 roundtrip

Google Flights: Toronto to Melbourne, Australia (MEL)
^^^ look for the dates that are $915 roundtrip

- click on the departure date box to open up the calendar view and browse for cheap date combinations

- look for the dates that are somewhere between $915 and $931 roundtrip.

2. Go to Skyscanner or Flighthub or Kayak

- search for a flight from Toronto (YYZ) to...

Sydney (SYD)
or
Brisbane (BNE)
or
Melbourne (MEL)

- use the same dates you found on Google Flights

- the price on Skyscanner or Flighthub will usually be around $75 to $125 cheaper than what you see on Google Flights.

NOTE: The first search result on Skyscanner or Flighthub may not always be the best / fastest flights. Check out the different options on the first page of the results.

You may also want to try using the filters on either site to narrow it down to flights that are only 1 stop each way, if they're available for a low price.

screenshot from Skyscanner



screenshot from Flighthub



You can also turn these into 2-in-1 trips, and visit both Australia *and* San Francisco, for a similar price

1. First, try finding a normal roundtrip flight to Australia, using the Google Flights links above.

For example, let's say you found a flight from Toronto (YYZ) to Sydney (SYD), from Feb 13 to Feb 27.

2. Now go to Flighthub or Kayak

- Change the search type from 'Roundtrip' to 'Multi City'

3. Search for a flight like this one:

Toronto (YYZ) to Sydney (SYD)
Sydney (SYD) to San Francisco (SFO)
San Francisco (SFO) to Toronto (YYZ)

- For the first and last legs of the journey, use the dates from the normal roundtrip flight that you found on Google Flights.

- You can play around with the middle date to give yourself more or less time in Sydney vs San Francisco.

For example, here is a screenshot from Kayak of Feb 13 to Feb 24 to Feb 27.



You can also try Los Angeles instead of San Francisco.

You can also look at flying into one Australian city, but home from another, and keeping the price the same

1. First, try finding a normal roundtrip flight to Australia, using the Google Flights links above.

For example, let's say you found a flight from Toronto (YYZ) to Sydney (SYD), from Feb 13 to Feb 27.

2. Now go to Flighthub or Kayak

- Change the search type from 'Roundtrip' to 'Multi City'

3. Search for a flight like this one:

Toronto (YYZ) to Sydney (SYD)
Brisbane (BNE) to Toronto (YYZ)

- Try the dates from the normal roundtrip flight that you found on Google Flights.

For example, here is a screenshot from Kayak of Feb 13 to Feb 27.



You'll notice the flight from Sydney (SYD) to Brisbane (BNE) is not included.

You can try a multi-city search on Kayak that includes the flight between the two Australian cities. It may only bump up the price by a little bit.

For example:

Toronto (YYZ) to Sydney (SYD)
Sydney (SYD) to Brisbane (BNE)
Brisbane (BNE) to Toronto (YYZ)

screenshot from Kayak



It's even possible to visit multiple cities in Australia *and* Los Angeles and still keep the price under $875!

1. Go to Flighthub or Kayak

2. Change the search type from 'Roundtrip' to 'Multi City'

Try a search like this one:

Toronto (YYZ) to Sydney (SYD)
Sydney (SYD) to Brisbane (BNE)
Brisbane (BNE) to Los Angeles (LAX)
Los Angeles (LAX) to Toronto (YYZ)

example dates:

Feb 13 to Feb 20 to Feb 25 to Feb 27

screenshot from screenshot from Kayak



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4 Responses to "Toronto to Sydney, Brisbane, or Melbourne, Australia - $817 to $850 CAD roundtrip | 2019 dates available"


    Has Seow Ong been here?
       Seow Ong on August 14th, 2018

    Chris, I'm looking to travel in May 2019. Should I wait for the sale to be extended to May? Thanks.

    Has Chris_Myden been here?
       Chris_Myden on August 14th, 2018

    Hi Seow,

    Unfortunately one can't really predict with absolute certainty what the airlines will do, but I can tell you that last year Qantas did offer a price drop for May and June 2018 travel (down to $980 roundtrip). They dropped the price of those flights in September of 2017.

    Has Will been here?
       Will on August 14th, 2018

    Do you guys think there will be a deal for january? Disappointed that they didnt put january sale hahah

    Has Ken been here?
       Ken on August 14th, 2018

    Hi Chris,

    How likely will Air Canada drop their price to match the deal? Trying to avoid connecting in US...

    Thanks

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