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Airlines adjust prices for plane tickets from Singapore 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 61 direct flights from Singapore to Sydney.
Singapore Airlines provides 57 of the non-stop flights between Singapore and Sydney.
|Airlines flying this route:||Aegean Airlines Air Pacific Qantas Airways Lan Airlines Emirates Finnair Scoot Singapore Airlines Jet Airways British Airways|
|Airports in Singapore:||Changi Airport Singapore Seletar Apt|
|Airports in Sydney:||Kingsford Smith Airport|
|Average duration of direct flights:||7h49m|
Sydney is one of the largest cities in Australia and houses some of the most iconic tourist attractions in the world. The city is surrounded by National Parks and greenery which cut their way through the sparkling harbours, suburbs and skyscrapers. Compared to the other Australian cities, Sydney is both flamboyant and ambitious. Here’s everything you need to know about your travel to the Emerald City.
The international airport in Sydney is Sydney Airport. All Singapore to Sydney flights land at the Sydney Airport.
There are currently several direct flights to Sydney, mainly offered by Singapore Airlines, Scoot, Qantas, and British Airways. Cheap flights from Singapore are usually indirect and are operated by airlines such as KLM, Qantas, Garuda Indonesia, Singapore Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, JetStar, and Virgin Australia.
Directs flights from Singapore to Sydney usually take about 8 hours while indirect flights can be anywhere between 10 to 11.5 hours (approx.) from Changi Airport to Sydney Airport.
Circular Quay or the Rocks are the areas in which you should look for hotels. The area is popular as it has access to the site of the original establishment of Sydney. It houses historical buildings that are very well preserved. From Circular Quay you can catch a ferry to Taronga Zoo. Besides that, the Opera House and the Botanical Gardens are located near the sea. The area houses a number of museums and many restaurants. You can avail public buses and city rail from Circular Quay.
You can also consider Darling Harbour. The iconic and historic Queen Victoria Building is just a short walk from the harbour.
Sydney is a shopper’s paradise. From fashion to food and everything in between, it is a hot spot for the latest trends in fashion with people visiting from all over the country. You would find the city’s best indoor malls in the Central Business District (CBD). George Street is home to several well-known local and international retail outlets. The famous Queen Victoria Building or QVB houses more than 200 designer stores and dining places. If you are near the Bondi Beach, definitely check out the Bondi Junction, which is big transportation and shopping hotspot.
The best restaurants in Australia are right here in Sydney! You can introduce your taste buds to authentic flavours in the migrant districts. With global cuisines to choose from, be sure to try out Korean barbecues, Malaysian pancakes and several coastal dishes, from Vietnamese to Portuguese.
Sydney is home to some of the most well-known tourist attractions in the world. Circular Quay is the most popular as it is home to the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Darling Harbour also has an iconic location. It is adjacent to the city centre and beside the water. The famous crescent-shaped Bondi Beach is known to draw visitors all the year round. If you are a history buff, you can check out Australia’s heritage site - Botany Bay. Located south of Sydney, this is where the historical Captain Cook made his landing in the 1700s.
Did you know? Singaporean passport holders can get an e-Visa for free that will allow them to stay in Australia for 90 days.
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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 Singapore 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 Singapore to Sydney is SGD 490.36.The average price for nonstop flights from Singapore to Sydney is SGD 535.37.
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