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Take off here for $259! Crazy flight sale lands again

DESPITE having some of the best beaches in the world, Australians love a good beach holiday overseas.

It might be the quest for an endless summer, or simply sticking to what we know, but international beach destinations are proving more popular than ever.

In response, Jetstar has launched a huge Beach Sale to our favourite holiday hot spots. Travellers wanting to chase the sun can snap up low fares to domestic and international holiday destinations including Bali, Thailand and Hawaii.

The best fare going would have to be the Sydney to Hawaii ticket starting at $259 one-way, but if Asia is more your thing, then the Sydney - Bali for $219 and Melbourne to Phuket for $189 are great deals as well.
 

I hear they have good waves there.
I hear they have good waves there.

Travel periods are between March and November, so for those who don't like the cold, it's an ideal winter holiday.

If you prefer to stay local, you can still escape the chill with domestic fares start at $45 for the Gold Coast - Sydney run. The sale ends on Valentine's Day.

Fares are one-way, web-only and meals and checked baggage are extra.

SOME OF JETSTAR'S BEST BEACH SALE FARES:
• Gold Coast - Sydney - $45
• Melbourne (Avalon) - Gold Coast - $49
• Brisbane - Whitsunday Coast - $55
• Maroochydore - Sydney - $59
• Sydney - Whitsunday Coast - $65
• Melbourne - Whitsunday Coast - $89
• Sydney - Bali - $219
• Melbourne - Phuket - $189
• Sydney - Hawaii - $259
• Melbourne - Hawaii - $269
• Melbourne - Singapore - $189
• Sydney - Auckland - $125



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