This Chartered Flight to Mildura is For a Good Cause


Ready to take flight in the name of a good cause?

Every year for the past 15 years, Qantas has whisked guests to a different domestic destination for a unique, philanthropic travel experience, in order to raise money for the Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children through their long-running volunteer organisation Pathfinders.

This year, the event will transport to the remote and remarkable area of Mildura, in northwest Victoria, where award-winning wines and delicious produce flourishes. In addition to the chartered flight from Sydney to Mildura, a trip down the Murray on the steamer PS Melbourne and a visit to the Australian Inland Botanic Gardens, guests will be treated to a lunch from local restauranteur Stefano de Pieri amongst the surrounds of Buronga Hill Winery, one of the largest in Australia.

This full day of exploration is set for Saturday 17 August from 6am, with all-inclusive tickets priced at $895 per person. Head to to book now.

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