Information about flights from Sydney to Perth
With Sydney being around 4000 kilometres away from Perth, the best way to travel over is by plane. There are over 28 flights per day with local Australian airlines such as ‘Virgin Australia’, ‘Jetstar’ and ‘Qantas’. When using Bravofly Australia these airlines offer highly affordable tickets and finding a flight should not be a problem especially for the early bird planners.
A beautiful modern city of nearly 2 million people, Perth is the jewel of Australia’s west coast and the capital of Western Australia. This modern metropolis is filled with clean and lush beaches, clear water, and plenty of coastlines, not to mention an overwhelming surrounding of nature and mineral resources. Visitors are encouraged to start their day of Perth sightseeing with a walk through the ever popular Kings Park, where they are able to visit the Western Australia Botanic Garden.
With more than 3,000 species of Western Australia’s plant life all different forms of vibrant plants are shown here. The park is very open and free with wildlife sometimes roaming freely around, however paths are openly available for all to use. After a morning of nature and relaxation in the park, heading over to the iconic Swan Bell Tower visitors will be able to enjoy spectacular views of the city and enjoy the futuristic architecture of this building. Perth tours are never complete without a ferry ride to Rottnest Island.
This journey is alive with numerous opportunities to dive and snorkel in the Indian Ocean, to see wildlife such as seals and birds, and travel across more than 31 miles of cycle ways on a rented bicycle. Once back on mainland Western Australia, it’s impossible to leave Perth without visiting the immensely popular Swan Valley. This region has a landscape overflowing with vineyards; the growing of grapes has been a long-standing tradition in Swan Valley which carries on to this day. Perth offers visitors wonderful surf spots, year round sunshine and relaxation; it’s definitely a place everyone finds hard to leave.
Sydney has quickly established itself as one of the most multi-cultural cities in the world, with over 250 different languages spoken and more than one third of its residential population of 4.84 million speaking a language other than English. The first thing that comes to mind when thinking of Sydney is definitely the famous Sydney Opera House, since it’s opening on October 20th, 1973 it has attracted interest far and near, in no small part due to its modern and expressionist Architecture. Even though ticket prices vary depending on the show viewing there are frequent backstage tours which allow you to view this historical and monumental building up close. Another highly sought after attraction is the Sydney tower.
This colossal wonder is an iconic viewing platform where you can fully enjoy the beautiful city of Sydney and fortunately tickets will only set you back a few Australian Dollars.