ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map If you want lots of benefits but don’t have time to build upyour frequent flyer status, you can pay to join the Qantas Club. For a one-offmembership fee you can enjoy access to Qantas Business Lounges, which havecomplimentary drinks, food and entertainment. Joining the club also lets youearn new points – three for every Australian dollar (about 55p in July 2019). Catch up with new films and full TV boxsets while you fly Get even more travel goodness straight to your inbox.Sign up Explore Qantas The Qantas in-flight entertainment system is constantly being updated with the latest blockbuster films, award-winning sitcoms and groundbreaking documentaries. The interactive seat-back screen makes it easy to choose from over a thousand hours of entertainment. There’s also a hand-picked selection of new and classic Disney films – ideal for little ones (and older travellers – c’mon, who can resist a bit of Pixar?) First class passengers get to tuck into a five star meal designed by Neil Perry, a celebrity Australian chef who specialises in Asian-inspired food. Seasonal produce from Artisan producers is the focus, and you can choose from a hand-picked meal or go for the full-on tasting menu experience. To add the decadence, it all kicks off with a glass of proper French champagne. You definitely won’t go hungry on a Qantas flight, whichever class you book. Economy travellers are served a selection of multicultural dishes accompanied by delicious Australian wines – there’s beer, spirits and soft drinks too of course. If you treat yourself to a cheeky Premium Economy upgrade you’ll be welcomed on board with a glass of sparkling wine. When meal time arrives, each dish is served on proper tableware made by Sydney-based designer David Caon. You can fly on some of the most advanced aircraft in the sky In partnership with Explore Australia Qantas Explorer fares Eat and drink like a real foodie – even in economy When you fly on the Qantas Dreamliner, your holiday starts as soon as you’re on the plane. The lighter frame, GEnx engines and innovative onboard systems combine to make the aircraft super efficient. It uses 20 per cent less fuel than other aeroplanes of its size – so it can fly direct from London to Australia without any stopovers. This means no waking up in the middle of a snooze to drag your bag out of the overhead cabin, no interrupting your in-flight movie at the crucial moment and no mad dashes through airports. If you’re a Qantas Frequent Flyer you collect points every time you book a Qantas or oneworld flight, stay in a partner hotel, book car hire with a partner agency or take an organised tour with a partner company. These points can be used to pay for flights and upgrades. The more you fly, the higher your frequent flyer status – and the more chances you have to get rewards like lounge access and priority check-in. From camel-riding along Cable Beach, wine tasting in the Barossa Valley and sailing through the Whitsundays, there’s a huge range of adventures to be had in Australia. Once you touch down, you can save money hopping around the vast country with Qantas Explorer fares. It’s much cheaper than booking all the flights separately – just choose the multi-city option when you book your flight to Australia. Then, go through your itinerary and add all of the regional airports you want to visit. Finish by adding your flight home and your e-ticket will cover you every step of the journey. Perth, Australia In business class, the experience is all about choice.Whether you fancy something light or a full-on three-course meal, you canchoose the time it’s served – or you can help yourself to snacks from the bar.If you fancy a tipple to wash it down, the Sommeliers in the Sky are speciallytrained to help you choose the perfect Australian or New Zealand wine. Qantas rewards its loyal passengers With non-stop flights to Singapore and Perth from London Heathrow, as well as, convenient connections to Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and much of Southeast Asia, it’s easier than ever to choose Qantas for your next adventure. Browse Qantas flight deals now. You don’t need to go all the way to the Land Down Under to experience Aussie hospitality – as soon as you step foot on a Qantas flight you’ll be treated to plenty of Antipodean charm. With a state-of-the-art aircraft, delicious in-flight meals and fantastic rewards for frequent flyers, there are plenty of reasons to fly Qantas. Here are a few reasons why we reckon they’re one of the best options out there. You can fly direct to long-haul destinations The Qantas Dreamliner (a Boeing 787-9) only has 236 seats, so there’s more room to stretch out. Every seat is designed with the utmost comfort in mind, so you’ll even feel like a rockstar when you fly in Economy. The Dreamliner is also fitted with cutting-edge technology that reduces the effect of turbulence for a much smoother flight. Oh, and the windows are 65% bigger than most plane windows – so you get to see more of the world as you zip above it. RelatedTop 15 attractions and things to do in SydneySophisticated, bold and multi-cultural, Australia’s best-known city has plenty to offer even world-weary travellers; from camping at the zoo to the iconic silhouette of Sydney Opera House. Read on for the best things to do in Sydney.One world, 20 very special destinations (for a very special occasion)Anniversary? Big birthday? Honeymoon? Or hen do? To mark oneworld’s 20th, we put together a list of destinations worthy of a special occasion.Who’s the best (and worst) airline?Regular passengers on commercial aircraft tend to have a favourite amongst the many carriers.