Loading Icon

Explore Australia

  • Explore Australia - Jet Experience

  • Explore Australia - Jet Experience

Book your flight

Before starting flight booking, please make sure you know the following points: 1) For screen reader user, please enable your inline frame. 2) You can book your flight in advance 331 days.
Search as Multicity   
Please select depart date from the calendar popup. Please select the date using TAB key. To change Month, please press ALT+1 for Previous month and press ALT+2 for Next month.

Now discover amazing Australia like never before.

Whether you're looking for adventure, nature, great food and wine, shopping, art and culture, or to connect with the oldest culture on earth, there's nothing like a holiday in Australia. From short city breaks to walking trails, nature journeys, coastal drives, sun kissed beaches and epic journeys across the outback, there's an Australian holiday adventure for everyone.

Enjoy convenient connections with Jet Airways from India to popular destinations across Australia like

  • Brisbane
  • Melbourne
  • Sydney


Things to do in Australia:

Sydney Harbour, New South Wales

Sydney Harbour, New South Wales

Applauded as one of the most exciting and innovative buildings of the modern era, the dramatic Sydney Opera House is Sydney’s premier venue for the performing arts. Climb to the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge to see the city from a different perspective.

Great Ocean Road, Victoria

Great Ocean Road, Victoria

The Great Ocean Road is considered one of Australia’s greatest road-trip destinations, with picturesque coastal towns and awe inspiring views at every turn. Located just two hours from Melbourne, the Great Ocean Road is well-known for its most popular stop along the way - the world-famous Twelve Apostles - magnificent natural rock structures that are more than 20 million years old

Kangaroo Island, South Australia

Kangaroo Island, South Australia

Located just 112 km southwest of Adelaide, Kangaroo Island is easily accessible by air and water and is known for its wildlife and pristine beaches. Discover the Remarkable Rocks, sculpted by the wind and wild seas over hundreds of millions of years. Sleep under the stars or spoil yourself at Southern Ocean Lodge, one of Australia’s most prestigious wilderness retreats

Great Barrier Reef, Queensland

Great Barrier Reef, Queensland

Considered one of the wonders of the natural world, the Great Barrier Reef is a rich tapestry of coral reefs, islands and cays. Described as the tropical rainforest of the ocean, this intricate living environment of extraordinary marine diversity is the world’s largest coral reef system, so large that it can be seen from space. One can explore the reef by taking a private helicopter or plane ride or indulging in water activities like diving, snorkeling etc.

Gold Coast, Queensland

Gold Coast, Queensland

Choose from one of the many action-packed attractions on the Gold Coast that are suitable for children and adults of all ages. Favourites such as Dreamworld, Wet ‘n’ Wild, Warner Bros. Movie World and White Water World make for a fun day out. Visit the world-famous Surfers Paradise beach and try your hand at surfing with learn-to surf classes.

Food and Wine in Australia

Food and Wine in Australia

Food in Australia has an influence of global flavors including Indigenous, Japanese, Thai, Greek, Lebanese, Vietnamese, Indian, Chinese or French cuisine. Australia’s wine regions including Barossa Valley in South Australia, Hunter Valley in New South Wales and Yarra Valley in Melbourne are well known for their laidback atmosphere, world class wines, fresh produce and fine food.

Phillip Island, Victoria

Phillip Island, Victoria

Phillip Island is the home of one of Australia’s most popular natural wildlife attraction – the iconic Penguin Parade, along with the Koala Conservation Centre, A Maze’N Things, Panny’s Chocolate Factory and the International Motorcycle Grand Prix circuit. A wildlife cruise will put you right amongst the 16,000 or so fur seals that make their home at the appropriately named Seal Rocks. Clean safe beaches and native wildlife galore is what makes Phillip Island an Australian icon.

Cricket Arenas in Australia

Cricket Arenas in Australia

Cricket is one of Australia’s best loved sporting pastimes. Ardent followers of the game can visit some of the most well-known cricket arenas in the world including the Sydney Cricket Ground and the Melbourne Cricket Ground & National Sports Museum, both of which offer tours of the facilities for visitors. Another must visit for cricket fans is the International Cricket Hall of Fame in Bowral, Sir Donald Bradman’s home town, located less than ninety minutes away from Sydney.


Back
Back To Top