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Tiger/Jetstar Domestic Sales: Eg MEL ↹ ADL $41, MEL ↹ Hobart $43, SYD ↹ GC $45, PER ↹ MEL $148 and Many More @ Beat That Flight

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Tiger's got a sale on. Jetstar has a similar one. I've gone through every advertised Tiger sale date and found the cheapest deal on that route. If it's Jetstar, you'll see in the link.

Both are low cost carriers, so remember, carry-on only is included in the price.

Routes are sorted alphabetically below (by airport code, so Gold Coast (OOL) is lower down, sorry).


Adelaide to Melbourne

Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday
24 Mar 25 Mar 26 Mar 27 Mar 28 Mar 29 Mar 30 Mar
$59 $49 $68 $89 $66 $51 $57
31 Mar 01 Apr 02 Apr 03 Apr 04 Apr 05 Apr 06 Apr
$57 $45 $57 $71 $66 $65 $57
07 Apr 08 Apr 09 Apr 10 Apr 11 Apr 12 Apr 13 Apr
$58 $56 $120 $90 $71 $77 $129
14 Apr 15 Apr 16 Apr 17 Apr 18 Apr 19 Apr 20 Apr
$103 $66 $71 $80 $68 $61 $68
21 Apr 22 Apr 23 Apr 24 Apr 25 Apr 26 Apr 27 Apr
$61 $45 $68 $71 $68 $50 $50
28 Apr 29 Apr 30 Apr 01 May 02 May 03 May 04 May
$59 $41 $68 $60 $68 $71 $68
05 May 06 May 07 May 08 May 09 May 10 May 11 May
$68 $56 $68 $56 $68 $66 $54
12 May 13 May 14 May 15 May 16 May 17 May 18 May
$64 $41 $71 $66 $63 $56 $41
19 May 20 May 21 May 22 May 23 May 24 May 25 May
$64 $58 $68 $62 $71 $73 $71
26 May 27 May 28 May 29 May 30 May 31 May
$64 $45 $71 $66 $68 $50

Brisbane to Canberra

Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday
25 Mar 26 Mar 27 Mar 28 Mar 29 Mar 30 Mar 31 Mar
$109 $109 $109 $99 $156 $124 $99
01 Apr 02 Apr 03 Apr 04 Apr 05 Apr 06 Apr 07 Apr
$99 $124 $124 $124 $156 $124 $99
08 Apr 09 Apr 10 Apr 11 Apr 12 Apr 13 Apr 14 Apr
$124 $175 $182 $109 $126 $241 $175
15 Apr 16 Apr 17 Apr 18 Apr 19 Apr 20 Apr 21 Apr
$109 $99 $137 $109 $156 $124 $139
22 Apr 23 Apr 24 Apr 25 Apr 26 Apr 27 Apr 28 Apr
$90 $99 $137 $139 $124 $124 $139
29 Apr 30 Apr 01 May 02 May 03 May 04 May 05 May
$90 $99 $109 $109 $175 $140 $109
06 May 07 May 08 May 09 May 10 May 11 May 12 May
$90 $99 $109 $99 $137 $137 $106
13 May 14 May 15 May 16 May 17 May 18 May 19 May
$90 $99 $99 $99 $109 $99 $140
20 May 21 May 22 May 23 May
$140 $99 $99 $99

Brisbane to Cairns

Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday
24 Mar 25 Mar 26 Mar 27 Mar 28 Mar 29 Mar 30 Mar
$87 $87 $86 $86 $86 $86 $86
31 Mar 01 Apr 02 Apr 03 Apr 04 Apr 05 Apr 06 Apr
$82 $82 $86 $87 $86 $89 $86
07 Apr 08 Apr 09 Apr 10 Apr 11 Apr 12 Apr 13 Apr
$86 $86 $143 $126 $91 $90 $90
14 Apr 15 Apr 16 Apr 17 Apr 18 Apr 19 Apr 20 Apr
$86 $86 $86 $86 $87 $86 $86
21 Apr 22 Apr 23 Apr 24 Apr 25 Apr 26 Apr 27 Apr
$87 $87 $86 $87 $86 $86 $86
28 Apr 29 Apr 30 Apr 01 May 02 May 03 May 04 May
$86 $86 $89 $87 $89 $74 $114
05 May 06 May 07 May 08 May 09 May 10 May 11 May
$95 $82 $86 $86 $87 $82 $82
12 May 13 May 14 May 15 May 16 May 17 May 18 May
$82 $82 $89 $89 $89 $105 $95
19 May 20 May 21 May 22 May 23 May 24 May 25 May
$82 $82 $89 $95 $89 $95 $82
26 May 27 May 28 May 29 May 30 May
$82 $82 $89 $89 $89

Brisbane to Melbourne

Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday
24 Mar 25 Mar 26 Mar 27 Mar 28 Mar 29 Mar 30 Mar
$85 $85 $85 $98 $92 $85 $85
31 Mar 01 Apr 02 Apr 03 Apr 04 Apr 05 Apr 06 Apr
$85 $85 $85 $85 $94 $94 $85
07 Apr 08 Apr 09 Apr 10 Apr 11 Apr 12 Apr 13 Apr
$85 $94 $103 $103 $112 $103 $124
14 Apr 15 Apr 16 Apr 17 Apr 18 Apr 19 Apr 20 Apr
$122 $103 $94 $98 $94 $103 $93
21 Apr 22 Apr 23 Apr 24 Apr 25 Apr 26 Apr 27 Apr
$92 $95 $94 $95 $94 $94 $94
28 Apr 29 Apr 30 Apr 01 May 02 May 03 May 04 May
$84 $94 $94 $103 $104 $110 $103
05 May 06 May 07 May 08 May 09 May 10 May 11 May
$94 $94 $94 $103 $96 $105 $94
12 May 13 May 14 May 15 May 16 May 17 May 18 May
$94 $94 $94 $116 $103 $116 $94
19 May 20 May 21 May 22 May 23 May 24 May 25 May
$94 $84 $92 $116 $103 $116 $94
26 May 27 May 28 May
$94 $94 $103

Brisbane to Sydney

Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday
24 Mar 25 Mar 26 Mar 27 Mar 28 Mar 29 Mar 30 Mar
$65 $65 $65 $77 $67 $101 $67
31 Mar 01 Apr 02 Apr 03 Apr 04 Apr 05 Apr 06 Apr
$65 $65 $71 $72 $66 $78 $66
07 Apr 08 Apr 09 Apr 10 Apr 11 Apr 12 Apr 13 Apr
$65 $72 $90 $79 $71 $76 $136
14 Apr 15 Apr 16 Apr 17 Apr 18 Apr 19 Apr 20 Apr
$98 $72 $71 $79 $72 $82 $72
21 Apr 22 Apr 23 Apr 24 Apr 25 Apr 26 Apr 27 Apr
$71 $71 $71 $82 $83 $82 $83
28 Apr 29 Apr 30 Apr 01 May 02 May 03 May 04 May
$76 $71 $71 $82 $82 $82 $90
05 May 06 May 07 May 08 May 09 May 10 May 11 May
$71 $54 $62 $78 $62 $76 $70
12 May 13 May 14 May 15 May 16 May 17 May 18 May
$64 $71 $71 $90 $54 $82 $54
19 May 20 May 21 May 22 May 23 May 24 May 25 May
$71 $54 $71 $90 $76 $82 $83
26 May 27 May
$72 $71

Canberra to Brisbane

Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday
25 Mar 26 Mar 27 Mar 28 Mar 29 Mar 30 Mar 31 Mar
$99 $109 $193 $99 $124 $109 $99
01 Apr 02 Apr 03 Apr 04 Apr 05 Apr 06 Apr 07 Apr
$99 $109 $124 $99 $124 $137 $99
08 Apr 09 Apr 10 Apr 11 Apr 12 Apr 13 Apr 14 Apr
$141 $250 $241 $156 $137 $210 $137
15 Apr 16 Apr 17 Apr 18 Apr 19 Apr 20 Apr 21 Apr
$124 $124 $137 $109 $140 $109 $140
22 Apr 23 Apr 24 Apr 25 Apr 26 Apr 27 Apr 28 Apr
$90 $99 $109 $140 $109 $90 $140
29 Apr 30 Apr 01 May 02 May 03 May 04 May 05 May
$90 $124 $175 $137 $109 $99 $90
06 May 07 May 08 May 09 May 10 May 11 May 12 May
$90 $99 $124 $99 $99 $90 $90
13 May 14 May 15 May 16 May 17 May 18 May 19 May
$90 $124 $137 $99 $99 $90 $138
20 May 21 May 22 May 23 May
$138 $99 $109 $99

Cairns to Brisbane

Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday
24 Mar 25 Mar 26 Mar 27 Mar 28 Mar 29 Mar 30 Mar
$84 $84 $85 $89 $96 $84 $88
31 Mar 01 Apr 02 Apr 03 Apr 04 Apr 05 Apr 06 Apr
$82 $82 $88 $88 $82 $84 $82
07 Apr 08 Apr 09 Apr 10 Apr 11 Apr 12 Apr 13 Apr
$84 $82 $113 $89 $89 $88 $140
14 Apr 15 Apr 16 Apr 17 Apr 18 Apr 19 Apr 20 Apr
$125 $95 $88 $113 $105 $105 $88
21 Apr 22 Apr 23 Apr 24 Apr 25 Apr 26 Apr 27 Apr
$84 $84 $88 $95 $88 $87 $85
28 Apr 29 Apr 30 Apr 01 May 02 May 03 May 04 May
$89 $95 $95 $105 $89 $88 $106
05 May 06 May 07 May 08 May 09 May 10 May 11 May
$82 $82 $95 $82 $88 $88 $82
12 May 13 May 14 May 15 May 16 May 17 May 18 May
$82 $82 $95 $105 $89 $85 $82
19 May 20 May 21 May 22 May 23 May 24 May 25 May
$82 $82 $89 $82 $89 $95 $82
26 May 27 May 28 May 29 May 30 May
$82 $82 $89 $95 $89

Cairns to Melbourne

Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
27 Mar 28 Mar 29 Mar 30 Mar 31 Mar 01 Apr 02 Apr
$110 $107 $106 $106 $107 $107 $107
03 Apr 04 Apr 05 Apr 06 Apr 07 Apr 08 Apr 09 Apr
$107 $118 $107 $107 $107 $107 $118
10 Apr 11 Apr 12 Apr 13 Apr 14 Apr 15 Apr 16 Apr
$107 $107 $136 $180 $164 $164 $107
17 Apr 18 Apr 19 Apr 20 Apr 21 Apr 22 Apr 23 Apr
$107 $107 $106 $106 $106 $107 $108
24 Apr 25 Apr 26 Apr 27 Apr 28 Apr 29 Apr 30 Apr
$106 $106 $107 $108 $118 $118 $107
01 May 02 May 03 May 04 May 05 May 06 May 07 May
$118 $118 $94 $107 $118 $122 $107
08 May 09 May 10 May 11 May 12 May 13 May 14 May
$118 $123 $107 $118 $132 $106 $122
15 May 16 May 17 May 18 May 19 May 20 May 21 May
$118 $118 $112 $106 $122 $112 $122
22 May 23 May 24 May 25 May 26 May 27 May 28 May
$107 $107 $123 $123 $132 $114 $116
29 May 30 May
$112 $107

Hobart to Melbourne

Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday
24 Mar 25 Mar 26 Mar 27 Mar 28 Mar 29 Mar 30 Mar
$43 $45 $43 $45 $46 $51 $58
31 Mar 01 Apr 02 Apr 03 Apr 04 Apr 05 Apr 06 Apr
$46 $46 $47 $46 $46 $46 $45
07 Apr 08 Apr 09 Apr 10 Apr 11 Apr 12 Apr 13 Apr
$45 $48 $62 $46 $46 $133 $129
14 Apr 15 Apr 16 Apr 17 Apr 18 Apr 19 Apr 20 Apr
$133 $113 $46 $46 $45 $46 $47
21 Apr 22 Apr 23 Apr 24 Apr 25 Apr 26 Apr 27 Apr
$44 $44 $46 $46 $44 $52 $52
28 Apr 29 Apr 30 Apr 01 May 02 May 03 May 04 May
$44 $44 $44 $46 $46 $51 $46
05 May 06 May 07 May 08 May 09 May 10 May 11 May
$46 $46 $46 $46 $46 $51 $46
12 May 13 May 14 May 15 May 16 May 17 May 18 May
$46 $46 $46 $46 $46 $62 $46
19 May 20 May 21 May 22 May 23 May 24 May 25 May
$46 $46 $46 $46 $46 $46 $46
26 May 27 May
$46 $46

Melbourne to Adelaide

Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday
24 Mar 25 Mar 26 Mar 27 Mar 28 Mar 29 Mar 30 Mar
$59 $40 $57 $87 $77 $65 $70
31 Mar 01 Apr 02 Apr 03 Apr 04 Apr 05 Apr 06 Apr
$59 $41 $63 $70 $65 $59 $64
07 Apr 08 Apr 09 Apr 10 Apr 11 Apr 12 Apr 13 Apr
$65 $50 $105 $80 $65 $44 $68
14 Apr 15 Apr 16 Apr 17 Apr 18 Apr 19 Apr 20 Apr
$70 $55 $65 $76 $68 $61 $63
21 Apr 22 Apr 23 Apr 24 Apr 25 Apr 26 Apr 27 Apr
$59 $40 $63 $76 $86 $55 $45
28 Apr 29 Apr 30 Apr 01 May 02 May 03 May 04 May
$63 $44 $63 $80 $70 $50 $44
05 May 06 May 07 May 08 May 09 May 10 May 11 May
$59 $40 $62 $65 $68 $45 $44
12 May 13 May 14 May 15 May 16 May 17 May 18 May
$63 $44 $65 $65 $70 $49 $59
19 May 20 May 21 May 22 May 23 May 24 May 25 May
$63 $55 $65 $76 $70 $50 $45
26 May 27 May 28 May 29 May 30 May 31 May
$63 $54 $69 $50 $69 $45

Melbourne to Brisbane

Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday
24 Mar 25 Mar 26 Mar 27 Mar 28 Mar 29 Mar 30 Mar
$84 $84 $84 $93 $95 $105 $92
31 Mar 01 Apr 02 Apr 03 Apr 04 Apr 05 Apr 06 Apr
$84 $84 $85 $93 $92 $93 $84
07 Apr 08 Apr 09 Apr 10 Apr 11 Apr 12 Apr 13 Apr
$84 $102 $159 $131 $102 $93 $93
14 Apr 15 Apr 16 Apr 17 Apr 18 Apr 19 Apr 20 Apr
$93 $92 $91 $102 $93 $105 $95
21 Apr 22 Apr 23 Apr 24 Apr 25 Apr 26 Apr 27 Apr
$91 $91 $92 $93 $93 $93 $93
28 Apr 29 Apr 30 Apr 01 May 02 May 03 May 04 May
$91 $93 $93 $102 $102 $103 $102
05 May 06 May 07 May 08 May 09 May 10 May 11 May
$93 $93 $102 $112 $93 $102 $93
12 May 13 May 14 May 15 May 16 May 17 May 18 May
$93 $93 $101 $115 $102 $108 $92
19 May 20 May 21 May 22 May 23 May 24 May 25 May
$84 $84 $93 $115 $92 $101 $102
26 May 27 May 28 May
$93 $93 $102

Melbourne to Cairns

Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
27 Mar 28 Mar 29 Mar 30 Mar 31 Mar 01 Apr 02 Apr
$117 $151 $107 $107 $107 $107 $107
03 Apr 04 Apr 05 Apr 06 Apr 07 Apr 08 Apr 09 Apr
$107 $131 $107 $107 $107 $174 $246
10 Apr 11 Apr 12 Apr 13 Apr 14 Apr 15 Apr 16 Apr
$107 $107 $107 $107 $107 $107 $107
17 Apr 18 Apr 19 Apr 20 Apr 21 Apr 22 Apr 23 Apr
$107 $107 $107 $107 $94 $94 $107
24 Apr 25 Apr 26 Apr 27 Apr 28 Apr 29 Apr 30 Apr
$107 $107 $107 $107 $94 $108 $117
01 May 02 May 03 May 04 May 05 May 06 May 07 May
$123 $123 $112 $117 $114 $117 $117
08 May 09 May 10 May 11 May 12 May 13 May 14 May
$117 $107 $114 $107 $117 $112 $131
15 May 16 May 17 May 18 May 19 May 20 May 21 May
$117 $123 $117 $107 $115 $117 $123
22 May 23 May 24 May 25 May 26 May 27 May 28 May
$146 $115 $111 $117 $107 $94 $117
29 May 30 May
$131 $117

Melbourne to Hobart

Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday
24 Mar 25 Mar 26 Mar 27 Mar 28 Mar 29 Mar 30 Mar
$46 $43 $43 $46 $46 $46 $46
31 Mar 01 Apr 02 Apr 03 Apr 04 Apr 05 Apr 06 Apr
$46 $46 $46 $46 $46 $46 $46
07 Apr 08 Apr 09 Apr 10 Apr 11 Apr 12 Apr 13 Apr
$46 $83 $145 $145 $46 $46 $46
14 Apr 15 Apr 16 Apr 17 Apr 18 Apr 19 Apr 20 Apr
$46 $46 $47 $46 $46 $46 $44
21 Apr 22 Apr 23 Apr 24 Apr 25 Apr 26 Apr 27 Apr
$45 $44 $44 $62 $64 $51 $44
28 Apr 29 Apr 30 Apr 01 May 02 May 03 May 04 May
$44 $44 $44 $62 $54 $44 $44
05 May 06 May 07 May 08 May 09 May 10 May 11 May
$46 $62 $44 $62 $51 $44 $44
12 May 13 May 14 May 15 May 16 May 17 May 18 May
$46 $51 $44 $51 $53 $46 $46
19 May 20 May 21 May 22 May 23 May 24 May 25 May
$46 $46 $46 $51 $73 $46 $46
26 May 27 May
$46 $46

Melbourne to Gold Coast

Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
21 Mar 22 Mar 23 Mar 24 Mar 25 Mar 26 Mar 27 Mar
$68 $68 $89 $69 $108 $89 $112
28 Mar 29 Mar 30 Mar 31 Mar 01 Apr 02 Apr 03 Apr
$89 $80 $76 $76 $76 $76 $76
04 Apr 05 Apr 06 Apr 07 Apr 08 Apr 09 Apr 10 Apr
$76 $76 $76 $76 $89 $166 $127
11 Apr 12 Apr 13 Apr 14 Apr 15 Apr 16 Apr 17 Apr
$78 $76 $76 $76 $76 $76 $76
18 Apr 19 Apr 20 Apr 21 Apr 22 Apr 23 Apr 24 Apr
$76 $76 $76 $76 $76 $76 $76
25 Apr 26 Apr 27 Apr 28 Apr 29 Apr 30 Apr 01 May
$76 $76 $78 $76 $77 $78 $111
02 May 03 May 04 May 05 May 06 May 07 May 08 May
$98 $81 $80 $80 $80 $98 $98
09 May 10 May 11 May 12 May 13 May 14 May 15 May
$98 $80 $80 $78 $80 $96 $105
16 May 17 May 18 May 19 May 20 May 21 May 22 May
$78 $80 $80 $80 $80 $80 $98
23 May 24 May 25 May 26 May 27 May 28 May 29 May
$89 $78 $80 $80 $80 $80 $89
30 May 31 May
$98 $78

Melbourne to Perth

Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday
31 Mar 01 Apr 02 Apr 03 Apr 04 Apr 05 Apr 06 Apr
$183 $153 $153 $203 $203 $213 $198
07 Apr 08 Apr 09 Apr 10 Apr 11 Apr 12 Apr 13 Apr
$205 $257 $280 $205 $213 $192 $222
14 Apr 15 Apr 16 Apr 17 Apr 18 Apr 19 Apr 20 Apr
$205 $174 $174 $183 $187 $205 $174
21 Apr 22 Apr 23 Apr 24 Apr 25 Apr 26 Apr 27 Apr
$174 $164 $174 $192 $222 $239 $240
28 Apr 29 Apr 30 Apr 01 May 02 May 03 May 04 May
$217 $169 $174 $174 $164 $189 $174
05 May 06 May 07 May 08 May 09 May 10 May 11 May
$164 $164 $153 $174 $164 $183 $164
12 May 13 May 14 May 15 May 16 May 17 May 18 May
$164 $164 $174 $183 $174 $189 $174
19 May 20 May 21 May 22 May 23 May 24 May 25 May
$164 $164 $174 $183 $169 $189 $174
26 May 27 May 28 May
$164 $164 $174

Gold Coast to Melbourne

Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday
25 Mar 26 Mar 27 Mar 28 Mar 29 Mar 30 Mar 31 Mar
$78 $78 $76 $76 $76 $76 $76
01 Apr 02 Apr 03 Apr 04 Apr 05 Apr 06 Apr 07 Apr
$76 $76 $77 $85 $80 $84 $76
08 Apr 09 Apr 10 Apr 11 Apr 12 Apr 13 Apr 14 Apr
$76 $78 $78 $83 $108 $178 $161
15 Apr 16 Apr 17 Apr 18 Apr 19 Apr 20 Apr 21 Apr
$119 $76 $76 $83 $76 $76 $76
22 Apr 23 Apr 24 Apr 25 Apr 26 Apr 27 Apr 28 Apr
$76 $76 $76 $76 $76 $78 $78
29 Apr 30 Apr 01 May 02 May 03 May 04 May 05 May
$78 $78 $80 $80 $98 $80 $80
06 May 07 May 08 May 09 May 10 May 11 May 12 May
$80 $80 $80 $80 $80 $80 $80
13 May 14 May 15 May 16 May 17 May 18 May 19 May
$80 $80 $80 $89 $84 $80 $80
20 May 21 May 22 May 23 May 24 May 25 May 26 May
$80 $89 $80 $89 $84 $80 $80
27 May 28 May 29 May 30 May
$80 $84 $80 $80

Gold Coast to Sydney

Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday
25 Mar 26 Mar 27 Mar 28 Mar 29 Mar 30 Mar 31 Mar
$45 $45 $45 $45 $77 $98 $49
01 Apr 02 Apr 03 Apr 04 Apr 05 Apr 06 Apr 07 Apr
$45 $45 $45 $45 $45 $48 $45
08 Apr 09 Apr 10 Apr 11 Apr 12 Apr 13 Apr 14 Apr
$45 $45 $45 $45 $45 $120 $86
15 Apr 16 Apr 17 Apr 18 Apr 19 Apr 20 Apr 21 Apr
$58 $55 $60 $60 $77 $69 $55
22 Apr 23 Apr 24 Apr 25 Apr 26 Apr 27 Apr 28 Apr
$52 $55 $52 $60 $77 $70 $64
29 Apr 30 Apr 01 May 02 May 03 May 04 May 05 May
$52 $60 $60 $60 $77 $68 $52
06 May 07 May 08 May 09 May 10 May 11 May 12 May
$60 $60 $70 $60 $65 $77 $60
13 May 14 May 15 May 16 May 17 May 18 May 19 May
$52 $57 $64 $62 $69 $77 $60
20 May 21 May 22 May 23 May 24 May 25 May 26 May
$50 $50 $52 $62 $50 $77 $60
27 May 28 May 29 May 30 May
$60 $58 $60 $52

Perth to Melbourne

Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday
24 Mar 25 Mar 26 Mar 27 Mar 28 Mar 29 Mar 30 Mar
$164 $148 $165 $153 $164 $153 $153
31 Mar 01 Apr 02 Apr 03 Apr 04 Apr 05 Apr 06 Apr
$153 $169 $174 $183 $174 $184 $174
07 Apr 08 Apr 09 Apr 10 Apr 11 Apr 12 Apr 13 Apr
$192 $221 $319 $281 $240 $280 $338
14 Apr 15 Apr 16 Apr 17 Apr 18 Apr 19 Apr 20 Apr
$240 $221 $192 $192 $183 $221 $174
21 Apr 22 Apr 23 Apr 24 Apr 25 Apr 26 Apr 27 Apr
$164 $183 $183 $174 $164 $144 $164
28 Apr 29 Apr 30 Apr 01 May 02 May 03 May 04 May
$174 $169 $174 $174 $164 $186 $164
05 May 06 May 07 May 08 May 09 May 10 May 11 May
$164 $164 $152 $174 $169 $178 $164
12 May 13 May 14 May 15 May 16 May 17 May 18 May
$164 $164 $174 $174 $176 $187 $176
19 May 20 May 21 May 22 May 23 May 24 May 25 May
$166 $166 $185 $176 $176 $187 $176
26 May
$166

Sydney to Brisbane

Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday
24 Mar 25 Mar 26 Mar 27 Mar 28 Mar 29 Mar 30 Mar
$65 $65 $65 $72 $71 $72 $67
31 Mar 01 Apr 02 Apr 03 Apr 04 Apr 05 Apr 06 Apr
$66 $66 $71 $72 $71 $66 $66
07 Apr 08 Apr 09 Apr 10 Apr 11 Apr 12 Apr 13 Apr
$66 $98 $134 $133 $102 $90 $98
14 Apr 15 Apr 16 Apr 17 Apr 18 Apr 19 Apr 20 Apr
$79 $76 $76 $90 $90 $96 $77
21 Apr 22 Apr 23 Apr 24 Apr 25 Apr 26 Apr 27 Apr
$71 $71 $71 $79 $71 $72 $76
28 Apr 29 Apr 30 Apr 01 May 02 May 03 May 04 May
$54 $68 $71 $96 $71 $76 $77
05 May 06 May 07 May 08 May 09 May 10 May 11 May
$76 $71 $71 $80 $76 $77 $76
12 May 13 May 14 May 15 May 16 May 17 May 18 May
$71 $61 $71 $96 $67 $66 $76
19 May 20 May 21 May 22 May 23 May 24 May 25 May
$71 $69 $71 $79 $54 $90 $76
26 May 27 May
$71 $71

Sydney to Gold Coast

Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday
24 Mar 25 Mar 26 Mar 27 Mar 28 Mar 29 Mar 30 Mar
$45 $45 $61 $90 $45 $45 $45
31 Mar 01 Apr 02 Apr 03 Apr 04 Apr 05 Apr 06 Apr
$45 $45 $45 $78 $45 $45 $45
07 Apr 08 Apr 09 Apr 10 Apr 11 Apr 12 Apr 13 Apr
$45 $81 $118 $118 $78 $69 $81
14 Apr 15 Apr 16 Apr 17 Apr 18 Apr 19 Apr 20 Apr
$53 $45 $56 $61 $61 $61 $61
21 Apr 22 Apr 23 Apr 24 Apr 25 Apr 26 Apr 27 Apr
$53 $53 $53 $53 $53 $53 $61
28 Apr 29 Apr 30 Apr 01 May 02 May 03 May 04 May
$53 $53 $70 $100 $53 $53 $70
05 May 06 May 07 May 08 May 09 May 10 May 11 May
$53 $53 $64 $88 $53 $53 $61
12 May 13 May 14 May 15 May 16 May 17 May 18 May
$49 $53 $78 $99 $63 $53 $61
19 May 20 May 21 May 22 May 23 May 24 May 25 May
$53 $53 $70 $99 $56 $53 $61
26 May 27 May 28 May 29 May 30 May 31 May
$53 $53 $61 $81 $70 $53

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Comments

  • +2 votes

    Darn, I could have used this a couple of months ago! :D Great find!

  • +1 vote

    Will they give you a full refund when domestic flights are banned?

    • +4 votes

      Sure,but by the time the take out their fees, you'll end up owing them more money.

    • +3 votes

      SA Health has banned all work-related domestic or international travel for their staff indefinitely. As has my employer, and another company I previously worked for. Expect more seats on sale! 💺

      •  

        Every company I have connections with has banned non-essential travel and the definition of essential is pretty tight. Most are recommending that staff work from home where possible. Others are asking teams to trial working remotely and asking staff to confirm remote access works.

        A concerning part is that kids tend to be asymptomatic, which means if I had kids in childcare I wouldn't be sending them. I'd probably consider home schooling in primary school too.

        If I had relatives / friends in aged care, I would be ensuring they had a smart TV / tablet for video conferencing in preparation for lock down of those facilities.

        • -6 votes

          Most are recommending that staff work from home

          Our plumber and electrician are doing that.

  • +15 votes

    Upvote for the effort!

  • +3 votes

    That’s a lot of work OP. Guessing you have a lot of free time on your hands now, with the drop in travel?

  •  

    One way fares?

  • +3 votes

    i would not recommend traveling to Australia due to coronavirus. It's too risky to be in that country.

  • +1 vote

    Misleading title.

    Also, the outbreak of the virus in Australia is around the corner.

    • +6 votes

      No shit , Sherlock.

      • -6 votes

        Gee, some people enjoyed their bowl of keyboard courage this morning, didn't they?

    • +4 votes

      The outbreak is here. It will require significant effort by everyone for Australia to not be like Europe in 2 weeks.

      •  

        We know exactly what to do. Learn from China, Japan, Singapore, S Korea.

        Instead, our leaders are behaving like Italy. (At least not like Iran.)

        •  

          Learn from China? You serious? The same place that caused all this and many other outbreaks. I hope once this is all settled, trump hits them with massive sanctions to get their act together

          • +7 votes

            @mlburnian: It takes someone really special to compare the US and Chinese reaction and think the US is better LMAO.

            • -1 vote

              @Diji1: Clearly you lack comprehension skills, I didn't mention anything about the US response.
              I'm guessing you are a fan of the wet markets, old mate?

        • +2 votes

          The harsh reality is we can't be like China/South Korea. Some reasons:

          • they can shut down areas and even a whole country at a drop of a hat, a benefit of a totalitarian regime in a situation like this
          • everybody is tracked at all times and alerted if they were in an area where someone with a virus was
          • they have way more masks/other protective equipment and people actually use them
          • they have almost unlimited number of tests and are proactively testing people (instead of only testing celebrities and those that meet absurdly stringent criteria in order to not run out of tests)
          • peoples attitudes there vs here cannot be compared. Our "she'll be right" attitude will (profanity) us hard. Even now most people aren't taking it seriously.

          Basically we have no chance of an outcome like they seem to be having there. If anything them seemingly having it under control will only work against us as we'll get a false sense of security ("oh they had it first and are getting over it, so will we"). Instead we are all but guaranteed to be like Italy and Scott Morrison just confirmed that last night by not at least shutting things down to give us a chance to slow the spread a bit. They will shut everything down eventually but it will come too late and cost us many many lives.

          • +3 votes

            @axel32: south korea is not a totalitarian regime.

            And all medical experts say masks won't keep viruses out. It's intended for people already infected to not infect other people.

            There's a huge difference between Aus and Italy. Italy is part of the schengen zone which allows unrestricted travel between 26 member states without visas or border checks. Travel restrictions are impossible to enforce in such a scenario.

            • -1 vote

              @lostn: ..that's what you got out of my post? No, South Korea isn't a totalitarian state, but they are under mass surveillance and the government uses that amongst all the other things I mentioned (like 20,000 tests a day now) to try and contain the spread:
              https://thehill.com/changing-america/well-being/prevention-c...

              "And all medical experts say masks won't keep viruses out. It's intended for people already infected to not infect other people."

              I'm sorry you have bought this bullshit but that is 100% false. Why do you think all the people dealing with potential coronavirus positive patients wear masks? The only reason that some officials have said this (by no means "all medical experts") is because they don't want people to go out and hoard them. A mask on a nurse working with a patient is much more valuable than one sitting in Johno's garage next to his 1000 toilet paper rolls.

              There are different types of masks, N95+ being best, but even surgical masks are better than nothing. If there were enough masks to go around like there are in China/South Korea, you can bet they would tell everyone to wear them (as they do in those places).

              Yes there's a geographical difference between Italy and Australia but once the virus is here and you have community spread (which we do) it matters little. The way we are tackling this, the government response, their preparedness and people's attitude is far more similar to Italy than to China/South Korea.

              Lets touch base in a couple of weeks and see where we are. I sincerely hope that I'm wrong, but I don't think I am.

              • +1 vote

                @axel32:

                I'm sorry you have bought this bullshit but that is 100% false. Why do you think all the people dealing with potential coronavirus positive patients wear masks?

                The majority of masks you see people wearing are surgical masks designed to stop bacteria and viruses being transmitted to the patient particularly when they have open wounds.

                If you look at the photos of medical professionals treating COVID-19 patients they are in full body suits.

                Lets touch base in a couple of weeks and see where we are. I sincerely hope that I'm wrong, but I don't think I am.

                I hope you are wrong, but our extended family are taking action based on Australia being similar to Italy in four weeks.

                If I had kids in childcare they wouldn't be going next week, especially as many kids are asymptomatic.
                I'm very happy that all corporate travel has been cancelled.

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                @axel32:

                I'm sorry you have bought this bullshit but that is 100% false. Why do you think all the people dealing with potential coronavirus positive patients wear masks? The only reason that some officials have said this (by no means "all medical experts") is because they don't want people to go out and hoard them. A mask on a nurse working with a patient is much more valuable than one sitting in Johno's garage next to his 1000 toilet paper rolls.

                Medical staff use a different type of mask, which does keep the virus out. It's moulded to their face, unlike ones you buy over the counter. Every doctor I know of calls the surgical mask useless.

                There are different types of masks, N95+ being best, but even surgical masks are better than nothing. If there were enough masks to go around like there are in China/South Korea, you can bet they would tell everyone to wear them (as they do in those places).

                I've not heard a single western doctor or virology expert recommend the masks for public use except if you're already sick. In asian countries the masks are so commonly used for a range of things (such as pollution) that it's become almost part of their culture. The mandate for the public to use the mask is not backed by any credible science.

                It can even do harm to use the mask if not used properly.

                Yes there's a geographical difference between Italy and Australia but once the virus is here and you have community spread (which we do) it matters little.

                So basically like every country?

                The way we are tackling this, the government response, their preparedness and people's attitude is far more similar to Italy than to China/South Korea.

                Like every free country, we took a prepare-but-don't-panic approach, to act on evidence and not guesswork. Just like the WHO who didn't immediately declare it a pandemic until it met the definition of one.

                Lets touch base in a couple of weeks and see where we are. I sincerely hope that I'm wrong, but I don't think I am.

                Maybe there will be more infections. Maybe the situation will be so desperate that no one can leave their homes. What we won't know is whether this dire situation was caused by the lack of masks and whether it could have been prevented through masks alone. I don't think you're ever going to be proven right or wrong on the efficacy of surgical masks. It's impossible to run that experiment due to insufficient supply. The virus is small enough to get through the pores on the mask if airborne. Whether a mask would have stopped the virus or not will not be determined without running an experiment under controlled conditions.

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                  @lostn: "So basically like every country?"
                  Yeah, does this somehow help your point?

                  "I've not heard a single western doctor or virology expert recommend the masks for public use except if you're already sick."
                  Ok, well now you have, he specifically talks about N95 masks as a way to avoid getting infected:
                  https://youtu.be/E3URhJx0NSw?t=43m10s

                  I've already covered why most officials don't recommend it out loud. They're basically all sold out at this stage anyway.

                  "What we won't know is whether this dire situation was caused by the lack of masks and whether it could have been prevented through masks alone. "
                  I never made the claim that masks alone could prevent it, it was only one of many dot points of why they what they're doing seems to be working and why we are likely to more resemble Italy and other western countries instead.

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              @lostn: In case you needed more info on masks, from a guy who knows what he's talking about:
              https://youtu.be/E3URhJx0NSw?t=43m10s

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                @axel32: so one guy has a different opinion, and it discredits every other expert?

                I've already covered why most officials don't recommend it out loud. They're basically all sold out at this stage anyway.

                There have been a ton of independent (non government) doctors who don't care about stock and still say the masks are useless.

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                  @lostn: He's not just some guy, here are his credentials:

                  "Michael Osterholm is an internationally recognized expert in infectious disease epidemiology. He is Regents Professor, McKnight Presidential Endowed Chair in Public Health, the director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy (CIDRAP), Distinguished Teaching Professor in the Division of Environmental Health Sciences, School of Public Health, a professor in the Technological Leadership Institute, College of Science and Engineering, and an adjunct professor in the Medical School, all at the University of Minnesota."

                  I'm sure there are many many others who aren't worried about rocking the boat that have said the same but I just randomly ran across this one and can't be bothered looking for more for you. The point was you said you didn't know one single western doc/expert and I showed you one. And not just any doc, but about as credible of an expert as one can get.

                  Here are links to a couple of studies that talk about the efficacy of surgical masks vs N95 in stopping influenza/a pandemic. The reason they're being evaluated against an N95 mask in both studies is because an N95 mask has already been proven and established to be helpful in stopping it. And by the way influenza, like covid-19, is spread via airborne droplets, so there is no reason to think it would behave differently.. Just an excerpt from one:

                  "Data about the effectiveness of the surgical mask compared with the N95 respirator for protecting health care workers against influenza are sparse. Given the likelihood that N95 respirators will be in short supply during a pandemic and not available in many countries, knowing the effectiveness of the surgical mask is of public health importance."

                  Links to both:
                  https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/fullarticle/184819
                  https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/fullarticle/2749214

                  I could keep going, but it seems pretty pointless.. You heard a couple of officials/docs claim one thing (and for obvious reasons) and you will take their word as gospel, keep moving the goalposts and won't change your mind no matter what I show you.

                  At the end of the day, you could just try using your brain. If a mask can stop the airborne droplets from expelling from an infected person (which you freely admit is the case as you've heard a few people say) then they can also create a barrier on the other end, and stop the droplets from landing on/near a mouth/nose of a non-infected person that is in close proximity to someone spreading the virus via coughing etc. It shouldn't really be a difficult concept to grasp for most people, but you do you.. Over and out.

                  Edit: heh, while typing this out an expert on CNN's show "Reliable Sources" Dr Larry Brilliant, Chairman Advisory Board for Stopping Pandemics, just literally said "these droplets are more 5microns big, a mask will help you, a barrier will help you, staying 6 feet away will help you, this isn't arbitrary, this is science based advice". Feel free to search for the clip online if you don't believe me, I've spent more than enough time trying to educate a stranger online who seems hellbent on plugging his ears and ignoring all logic.

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        It will require significant effort by everyone

        No it won't, people just need to stay at home.

        Instead of flying around the country guaranteeing the spread of the virus.

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    Is Darwin being part of Australia yet? It is never included in those sales =(

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    Any deals from Hobart to Brisbane in March?

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    This post is incredible. So much effort. Is there an easy way to auto load the data within this post or is it a load of time thats gone into it??? Amazing

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      Bit of both. I've built tools to help me with it (I find coding fun). But still takes hours for it to get results like that.

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    Spreading the love … corona !!

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