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Explore Regional Australia

Wander off the beaten track to a place where the stars shine brighter and the water is bluer than you can imagine. While international travel is off the cards, now's the time to fly with QantasLink and explore regional Australia. With our Fly Well and Fly Flexible measures, you can discover the country’s best beaches, breathtaking natural wonders and remote holiday destinations with confidence.

The perfect beach holiday

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Port Macquarie

Surrounded by a string of beautiful beaches, the lovely seaside town of Port Macquarie is a sparkling jewel on the Mid North Coast. With an all-year-round holiday atmosphere, days can be spent visiting oyster farms and wildlife parks, enjoying the restaurants, bars and breweries, and just lying on the beach.

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Search flights to Merimbula Stingrays in Exmouth


Located on the stunning New South Wales South Coast, Merimbula is a coastal gem offering stunning beaches suitable for all water sports, fresh local seafood, year round whale watching and plenty of family friendly activities to keep the family entertained.

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Read about Coffs harbour Beach in Coffs Harbour

Coffs Harbour

Coffs Harbour is nestled between breathtaking mountains and sandy beaches in Northern New South Wales. A favourite destination for family holidays or a beach escape, this stunning region enjoys one of Australia's most liveable climates.

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Food and wine Indulgence

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Picturesque Orange is a place of rolling hills, fine heritage architecture and some of the country’s best cool-climate wines. With new QantasLink flights direct from Sydney to Orange, this charming regional centre is home to a blossoming food-and-wine scene, happy locals and plenty of pretty orchards.

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Read more about Margaret River Whale watching

Margaret River

Many are drawn to the jewel-like blue hues of Margaret River, but that’s just the beginning when it comes to this lush southwestern corner – after all, it is Australia's premium wine region. With stunning forests, rivers, and gourmet escapes, Margaret River serves up full-bodied adventures in the wild west.

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Book flights to Melbourne Lavendar farm, Launceston

Yarra Valley

Lose yourself in vine-strung hills and rolling farmland. The Yarra Valley is the oldest wine region in Victroia and known for its world-class food and wine, located just an hour's drive from the Melbourne CBD. Whether you go for a weekend or a week, there's plenty to do in the Yarra.

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Slow down to island time

Plan a trip to Lord Howe Island Couple riding a bike

Lord Howe Island

As close to paradise on Earth as you can fine, World Heritage-listed Lord Howe Island hosts only 400 visitors at a time. Picturesque mountains, world-class hiking, surf breaks and underwater life make it perfect for adventure seekers or a romantic escape. 

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Find flights to Hamilton Island Aerial view of coral reef in Hamilton Island

Hamilton Island

You won't find cars on Hamilton Island, instead you'll find pristine white beaches and crystal clear water filled with coral and marine life. One of the Whitsunday Islands, this is the perfect base for exploring the Great Barrier Reef and world-famous Whitehaven Beach. 

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Discover Kangaroo Island Cliff and ocean off Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island

An easy flight from the mainland, Kangaroo Island offers natural beauty, beaches, fresh seafood and local wines. It's also a sanctuary for native wildlife such as koalas, wombats, wallabies, fairy penguins and of course its namesake, the kangaroo.

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Adventure in remote wonderlands

Read more about Alice Springs Sand hills in Alice Springs

Alice Springs

Alice Springs is a buzzing outback city and a great base to see the red centre of Australia. Mountain bike through the surrounding trails, go outback ballooning or visit the historic Telegraph Station before exploring the Alice Springs Desert Park nearby. 

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Read the Uluru travel guide Uluru at sunrise


Discover the country's most iconic and culturally significant landmark in the middle of the Australia desert. Walk or cycle around the base of this mammoth rock, explore the national park and hear the traditional Aboriginal stories of the land. 

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Find flights to Broome Boat in Broome


Broome is famous for rugged wilderness, turquoise water, beach camel rides and some of the most breathtaking sunsets on the planet. With a year-round tropical climate, stunning coast that stretches for miles, you're going to want to slowdown to Broome time. 

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