Fly direct from Newcastle to Canberra with Link Airways - connecting the two cities 22 times per week starting from $149 one way.
With a flight time of just 60 minutes you have the opportunity to spend a full business day at your destination and return home that same afternoon whilst also facilitating potential for weekend stays.
Boasting a full inflight service from their cabin crew, including hot and cold beverages and premium snacks with complimentary beer/wine available on all afternoon and evening services - travel in comfort onboard a 34-passenger Saab 340B Plus aircraft.
Experience Link Airways' renowned inflight service and book today from $149 one-way!
Link Airways' 34-passenger Saab 340B Plus aircraft
Although smaller than Sydney to its north and Melbourne to its south, there's still plenty to discover. Boasting excellent museums, world-class food and wine and a fantastic events calendar, Australia’s capital city has so much more to offer than politics. A small but cosmopolitan city, Canberra oozes sophistication and creative flair - you’ll find plenty to keep you busy.
Canberra is a great way to learn about Australia’s history - take a tour of Parliament House to see modern politics in action, visit the Australian War Memorial or admire the world’s largest collection of Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art at the National Gallery of Australia.
To complement your culture fix, eat and drink your way through Canberra’s vibrant neighbourhoods, or get your adventure shoes on to trek through the surrounding national parks and spend some time kayaking, cycling, sailing or hot air ballooning at Lake Burley Griffin. It's no wonder the locals here love the lifestyle and landscape.
Surrounded by parkland and native bush, Canberra boasts incredible galleries, culinary adventures and stunning natural sights. Once you’ve had your culture fix it’s time to eat and drink your way through its vibrant neighbourhoods or wineries, trek through the surrounding national parks or spend some time kayaking, cycling, sailing or hot air ballooning at Lake Burley Griffin.
Looking for more? See the top 10 must dos over at VisitCanberra.com.au
WHEN TO VISIT?
The city is most vibrant in both Spring and Autumn when it plays hosts to exciting festivals, colourful natural landscapes and ideal weather. If you’re more of a cold weather fan, winter is a great time to cosy up with a glass of wine in one of the many cellar doors of the surrounding wine regions, go hunting for prized black truffles, or head south to the NSW Snowy Mountains to experience ski season in Australia.