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Cheap Flights to Brisbane from $642 One Way, $681 Round Trip

Prices found within past 7 days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

Brisbane Flight Information

Traveling ToBrisbane
Destination Airport IATA CodeBNE
Number of Airlines Serving
AirlinesFiji Airways, Hawaiian Airlines, Philippine Airlines, Qatar Airways, Alaska Airlines, EVA Airways, Qantas Airways, Singapore Airlines
Flight Price$681
Earliest Departing Flight
Latest Departing Flight

Flights Review

Mar 6, 2020

Crew were great

Mar 4, 2020

I hope there will be a vegetarian option too at the plane. Now there was only meet and chicken

Jan 24, 2020

Love the popcorn!

Dec 14, 2019

Virgin Australia has the best food of any airline I have flown with. Their flight attendants and other associates are very helpful and kind. A few more associates at check in and baggage drop would have been helpful though.

Dec 11, 2019

Seats too tight and WiFi did not work for our party.

Nov 23, 2019

Weight limit on baggage kind of ridiculous

Nov 18, 2019

Quantus great experience. Will do again.

Jul 12, 2019

Not the best seats. Old plane from Sydney to Brisbane but new one from Brisbane to Cairns.

Jun 29, 2019

Minimal leg room for someone who is over five feet eight inches

Jun 17, 2019

I looked at the information on Orbitz and the Virgin Australia website on baggage. Virgin Australia states that the advantage of flying with their partners is that bags are checked through. Virgin Australia checked my bags through to my final destination (the third leg was with their partner Airlines PNG). Although Airlines PNG is one of their partners and the entire trip was booked on the same itinerary (through Orbitz), Airlines PNG made me recheck my bags and pay for overweight charges (the Virgin Australia website made me think Airlines PNG would honor their baggage allowance). The Airlines PNG website was difficult to navigate. I was very disappointed by this and will probably not fly Airlines PNG again. Not only did they remove the Virgin Australia bag tags showing my luggage checked through to my final destination and charge extra for baggage, the plane left much to be desired.

May 3, 2019

Took to long to get off of the plane...they couldn’t dock.

Jan 25, 2019

Qantas does good work.

Travel to Brisbane

Brisbane is the place to go when you want to get back to a simpler time. Things tend to move at a slower pace, and the various playgrounds, beaches, and outdoor attractions let you have a little fun in the sun. Booking flights to Brisbane through the airlines is often expensive, but you can find even lower prices on those flights through

Brisbane Airport Information

The Brisbane Airport is one of the three busiest airports in Australia and handles the needs of more than 20 million passengers each year. The airport is located only 8 miles from downtown Brisbane, making it easy to get to where you need to go once you land. Rental cars are available from Avis, Budget, Hertz, Redspot, Europcar, and Thrifty, and you can get a car from the domestic or international terminal. Yellow Cab and Black & White Cabs offer cab service from the airport, while Gold Coast, Brisbane City and CBD, and Sunshine Coast run buses to stops downtown and elsewhere. You can also hop on the Airtrain to reach Brisbane or the Gold Coast.

What to Do in Brisbane

Brisbane�s hot season hits in December and runs through March. Temperatures range from the high 60s to the mid-80s during these months, and the city also experiences more rainfall, with December being the rainiest month of the year. The milder temperatures found in June, July, and August make these months a better time to visit. The months see less rainfall and have highs of around 71 degrees Fahrenheit, with lows in the mid-40s to low 50s. There are many things to see and do in Brisbane, such as Southbank Parklands, which has multiple walking and biking trails, restaurants, shops, and gardens. You can also explore the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, Suncorp Stadium, Queensland Art Gallery, and the Sciencentre.

Planning Your Vacation to Brisbane

Whether you want to discover the fun side of science at the Sciencentre or would prefer to take in a professional game at Suncorp Stadium, you will enjoy your trip to Brisbane. Before you start worrying about the cost of your trip, check out the low prices at provides inexpensive flights to Brisbane and also lets you save in other ways, including discounted rates on rental cars.

Brisbane When to Go

This being the Southern Hemisphere, the mellow autumn (March through May) and cooler winter (June through August) are the best times to visit. The days stay warm and dry until the heart of winter, but cool nights and shorter days are no obstacle to outdoor-lovers wanting to check out local hike and bike trails. A bonus for nightlife: The pub scene crackles in winter. Plus, for spectator-sports fans looking to check out rugby or cricket matches, the autumn brings season kickoffs for the Broncos and the Bulls.

As the spring advances from September through November, daylight extends to nine hours, making this a prime time to explore the various markets around town—you can toggle between sunbathing, shopping, and dining at the Riverside Markets near Eagle Street. Shopaholics will want to stop by the malls on Queen Street as well. Even in November, it rarely gets above the low 80s. Speaking of which, this is also festival season—more than a million folks turn out for the cultural Brisbane Festival in September; the Parklife tour, focused on electronic and indie music, usually shows up by October. 

As Australian summer (December through February) kicks into full gear, things remain bearable but can get kind of sticky as frequent downpours, and highs in the 90s, bring heat and humidity. Still, Brisbane is filled with hearty souls. So, extreme flooding notwithstanding, they still get after it: rock-climbing the cliffs at Kangaroo Point, kayaking the Brisbane River, heading for the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, and—yes—surfing some of Australia’s top breaks at the nearby Gold Coast.

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