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Airlines adjust prices for plane tickets from Canberra to Sydney based on the day and time that you book your flight. After analyzing data from all airlines, we have discovered that the best days to book flights are Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.
There are 176 direct flights from Canberra to Sydney.
Qantas Airways provides 60.000004 of the non-stop flights between Canberra and Sydney.
|Airlines flying this route:||Qantas Airways Virgin Australia|
|Airports in Canberra:||Canberra Airport|
|Airports in Sydney:||Kingsford Smith Airport|
|Average duration of direct flights:||0h56m|
Sydney is the capital city of the state of New South Wales, Australia. The metropolitan is the most populous city in Australia. It is located on the east coast of Australia, and it surrounds Port Jackson.
Sydney is also known as the Harbour City, is the oldest, largest and most cosmopolitan city in Australia. It holds the reputation of being one of the most livable and beautiful cities of the world. Decades of immigration has resulted in Sydney is one of the most ethnically and culturally diverse cities both in Australia and the world.
Tip: Sydney has a temperate and sunny climate throughout the year. Best time to visit is from December to March.
Getting to Sydney
Sydney Airport (SYD) is the international airport serving Sydney. It is colloquially also known as Mascot Airport or Kingsford Smith Airport. It is the busiest airport of Australia and the world’s continuously operated commercial airport.
Many airlines operate from Canberra to Sydney. Canberra Airport (CBR) has a direct flight to Sydney, Sydney Airport (SYD) by Qantas Airlines. Qantas Airlines and Virgin Australia Airlines provide some options for a cheap flight from Canberra.
Tip: Both Canberra and Sydney observe daylight saving time; therefore, time differences between the cities can change.
Take in the sights of the city
Sydney is known for its history, nature, art, culture, fashion, cuisine, sandy surf beaches, and miles of ocean coastline. All these together make it one of the top tourist destinations of the world. Its glorious harbour and beaches along with other attractions, give it a visual appeal, like no other city. Sydney is home to two of the world’s iconic structures- Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge. Some other popular attractions are Bondi Beach, Darling Harbour, Port Jackson, the Rocks, Royal Botanic Gardens, and Circular Quay.
Sydney has an exceptional eating scene where the fresh local ingredients are cooked in flavours of various cuisines like Asian, Mediterranean, or American. Sydney has many options for dining from cafes to fine dining restaurants. Newtown, primarily King St, is known for its inexpensive cafes and restaurants. To fulfil your cravings for Asian cuisine, Chinatown is the popular choice with its authentic Asian cheap eats. The Rocks and the City Centre have the most popular fine dining restaurants in Sydney. The biggest clubs and bars can be found on George St. There are many microbreweries and pubs in the Rocks and City Centre.
Sydney has a vibrant shopping scene with shopping being the number one recreational activity here. City Centre is the most popular shopping area with every kind of stores and arcades of local to international brands. Chinatown and Alexandria have many factory outlets and are the best places for bargain shopping.
Tip: Take care of safety after dark, if going to public transport or travelling to smaller areas.
The best areas for accommodation
Sydney has a wide variety and quantity of accommodation. Most of the accommodation or hotels are concentrated in the City Centre, Rocks and Darling Harbour areas. Circular Quay has most of the upscale and international hotel chains. Hostels are mostly in Kings Cross, Glebe and at the beaches.
Tip: To get the best prices and your choice of accommodation, book well in advance, especially if visiting in peak season.
There are many options of Canberra to Sydney flights, so customise your search to get the best price according to your travel dates. If you’d want to travel on a budget, combine your Canberra-Sydney flight booking with discount hotel reservations for great deals. To experience the Harbour city with its scenic and cultural offerings, visit Sydney with Trip.com.
There is usually no major price difference between buying a roundtrip flight versus a one-way flight. Increased flexibility is the main benefit when it comes to buying a one-way flight from Canberra to Sydney. However, booking a roundtrip flight is a simpler process. You can compare roundtrip and one-way flights by using our flight comparison tool.
The average price for connecting flights from Canberra to Sydney is AUD 250.82.The average price for direct flights from Canberra to Sydney is AUD 229.10.
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