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*All fares are subject to availability and may vary until booking is confirmed. Prices are based on a one way economy Light Fare. Light Fares are per person in AUD and include GST. Payments made with credit or debit cards are subject to a card payment fee of between 0.86% and 1.33% per booking. Payments made with Interest Free will attract a booking and service fee which is detailed at point of purchase. Payments made with POLi do not attract a payment fee. Add $35 AUD/ $40 NZD when booking travel by phone. Add $32 AUD when booking travel at the airport. Fares are non-refundable. Bookings may be changed by paying the fee and any applicable fare difference in accordance with our conditions of carriage, as published on our website on the day you request your change. For Light Fares, additional charges apply for optional extras such as checked-in baggage travel insurance and reserved seat selection. Flights to/from Townsville is subject to final regulatory approval. For current fees, click here.
Adelaide Airport (ADE) is located 6km west of the city centre. It can be a short 15 minute drive by car or taxi without traffic but we recommend you allow up to an hour if you’re taking the bus or a shuttle. Parking is available for both long and short stays.
Brisbane Airport (BNE) is located 17km west of the city centre. It can be a short 20 minute drive by car or taxi without traffic but we recommend you allow double that during peak traffic times and longer if you’re taking the bus or a shuttle. Parking is available for both long and short stays.
Thanks to the endless sun, sand and surf lifestyle, Australia’s third most populous city, Brisbane, is a popular destination for holiday-makers.
Brisbane provides easy access to beaches in the Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast regions, including the popular and accurately named Surfers Paradise. Spectacular beaches aside, reasons to visit Brisbane include the cultural South Bank, Alma Park Zoo, Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, galleries and museums. The more adventurous might want to climb the Story Bridge and footy and cricket fans might be looking to support their team at Suncorp Stadium or the iconic Gabba.
Gateway to Australia's premium wine regions, Adelaide is a popular destination for holiday-makers who are into their food and wine. Take wine tasting to the next level; take a wine tour in the Barossa Valley, Clare Valley or McLaren Vale.
Discover the stunning beaches in Adelaide with a tram ride to Glenelg. For a classic family fun beach escape visit Henley beach or Semaphore known for its white sands and shallow waters.
Foodies will love Adelaide’s Central Markets, renowned for the finest range of fresh produce from cuisines around the world.
For the wild-life enthusiast there’s Kangaroo Island, a sanctuary for Australian wildlife where you can cuddle a Koala, hand-feed friendly kangaroos or walk amongst a sea-lion colony at Seal Bay.
Whatever your reason for travelling, make sure you check out tigerair’s all year round low airfares. Spend less on getting to Brisbane and Adelaide and more on enjoying what each has to offer!