Aussies can still travel ‘over-seas’ with these brilliant travel deals

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If escaping to an island sounds like a brilliant idea, then right now might the ideal time to do so. 

Brilliant Travels is offering a series of sensational new deals to encourage Aussies to get their island fix, so you can grab yourself a bargain and support your local tourism industry.

Explore your own backyard by visiting one of Australia’s many islands with great deals released by some of the country’s most-loved island destinations including Fraser Island, North Stradbroke Island and Magnetic Island in Queensland, Kangaroo Island in South Australia and Rottnest Island in Western Australia.

With up to 30 per cent off the normal price and the option to pay now to secure the deal and organise your dates later with travel permitted up until the end of June 2021 and even further, Aussies can really pick up a brilliant deal.

“The islands are excited to welcome visitors back again and have worked hard to ensure everyone can have a safe and brilliant holiday,” says Sealink Travel Group chief Clint Feuerherdt.

“With our islands offering more than enough wide-open spaces, fresh air and coastal views to go around, take some well-deserved time out and reconnect with your family and friends with what has been a very tough year for every Australian with the devastating bushfires and COVID.”

Deals on offer include:

  • three nights on Magnetic Island with return ferry transfers from $209pp* (normally $258pp)
  • three nights on Fraser Island with return ferry transfers from $299pp* (normally $428pp)
  • three nights on Kangaroo Island with return ferry transfers from $347pp* incl buffet breakfast daily, a bottle of wine on arrival (normally $458pp)
  • three nights on North Stradbroke Island with return passenger and vehicle ferry transfers from $269pp* (normally $350pp)
  • three nights on Rottnest Island with return ferry transfers from just $268pp* (normally $331pp).


Special deals for caravaners are available too, including caravan or camper trailer across the seas to an island:

  • North Stradbroke Island: take your caravan, camper trailer or boat trailer for $199 return* (saving up to $300)
  • Kangaroo Island: save up to $196* with two passengers travelling free with return ferry bookings for a vehicle or camper trailer
  • Bruny Island: escape to Bruny with the caravan or camper trailer for $85* return.

*Terms and conditions apply. Subject to availability.

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Written by Leon Della Bosca

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Total Comments: 5
  1. 0

    Click bait. None of these islands are overseas.

  2. 0

    Unless you are a very good swimmer you will need to use a boat or an aircraft to get there.

  3. 0

    Sorry, but none of these islands have any fascination for me.

    • 0

      Lived on Magnetic Island for 8 years – full of old codgers like the people on these pages. You would fit right in; sure it is not as cheap as Fiji or Vanuatu but they do have an ambulance, doctors and a clinic and Medicare Card does work, chemist dishes out meds at $6.50 for oldies etc. Try it and you won’t be disappointed.

  4. 0

    Which Aussies are you referring to? You can’t mean Victorians – we can’t travel more than 5kms away!!!



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