Qantas is offering passengers travelling to Australia
a range of exclusive
discounts on hand-picked local experiences.
Launched in partnership with Australia’s state tourism organisations, “Qantas Passenger Perks” is designed to encourage
more international visitors to the country and add more value to
Eligible customers can use their
Qantas international flight booking to unlock a range of more than
40 special offers to experience nature, wildlife and culture in
capital cities and regional centres around Australia. These
- For adventurers, experiences range from
20 per cent off BridgeClimb Sydney to 30 per cent off a surf
lesson at the iconic Bondi Beach.
- Food lovers can
enjoy offers at select Neil Perry restaurants, the Jacob’s Creek
Food and Wine Masterclass and the D’Arenberg Winery in South
- Nature seekers can go snorkelling
with turtles in the Gold Coast, whale watching in Port Macquarie
or even fly Western Australia’s Aviair Bungle Bungle Adventurer.
Qantas has worked closely with each state and
territory around Australia to select the experiences, with new
offers to be added over coming months.
Chief Marketing Officer, Stephanie Tully, said the hand-picked
experiences were designed to encourage more travellers to make
Australia their next international holiday.
the national carrier, we’re proud to work with our state tourism
partners to promote the best of Australia to travellers around the
world,” said Ms Tully. “We’ve selected some of the
most truly Australian experiences for our customers to access at a
special rate when they book their flights with Qantas, catering to
all different types of travellers. Our customers
already enjoy an all-inclusive experience when flying with us – a
generous baggage allowance, premium food and drinks, one of the
world’s biggest loyalty programs through Qantas Frequent Flyer and
access to Australia’s most extensive domestic network. Qantas
Passenger Perks means customers can unlock even more value when
they travel to Australia and at the same time, boost tourism to
our cities, towns and regional areas.”