Cheap Flights to Dublin 
from Australia

This small capital is the birthplace of writers like Oscar Wilde, and the home of Guinness beer.

Sydney to Dublin

from

$1038 return

20 Sep - 4 Dec 2019

20 Feb - 19 Mar 2020

Perth to Dublin

from

$1040 return

29 Oct - 3 Dec 2019

30 Jan - 13 Feb 2020

Adelaide to Dublin

from

$1061 return

14 Oct - 24 Dec 2019

19 - 31 May 2020

Melbourne to Dublin

from

$1067 return

14 Oct - 24 Dec 2019

19 - 31 May 2020

Brisbane to Dublin

from

$1119 return

22 Oct - 3 Dec 2019

19 - 31 May 2020

Terms and conditions apply.  Subject to change and availability.  Please note these prices are from and will vary depending on the departure and return date you put in when searching online within the depart between dates. Christmas and New Year periods (High Season and Shoulder Season) periods can be more expensive. More departure options, all major airlines and destinations available when searching online.

Cheapest time to fly to Dublin

The best time for bargains on flights to Dublin is February and March.  High season is considered to be June, July and August and the most expesive time to fly to Dublin is in December.

Dublin Airport (DUB)

The airport is located 7 kilometres north of Dublin city.  It is the busiest airport on the isle of Ireland followed by Belfast International Airport in Northern Ireland.

There isn’t a direct connection between Dublin Airport and the railway network. However, you can take the Airlink Express bus line no. 747 or a taxi to get to the nearest train station.

 

The service has two routes, the original 747 route between Dublin Airport and Heuston Rail Station and the new 757 route between Dublin Airport and Camden (Charlotte Way and Harcourt Street). The AirLink Express operates 7 Days a week from 4.45am (06:30am on Sunday) to 00.30am.

 

Please note: Airlink Express return tickets are valid for three months from the date of purchase if bought on line or when first validated with a prepaid ticket.

You can use ride share apps from the airport into the city.  However, using Uber in Irelands does not allow you to hire private vehicles as it does in other countries. When you use Uber in Ireland, you will only be able to hire a regular taxi or a limousine / Uber Black. Other methods of hiring taxis in Ireland include apps like mytaxi or lynk.

 

BlaBlaCar is the world's leading long distance carpooling service and connects drivers with empty seats to people travelling the same way.

Get to Dublin downtown within 26 minutes by taxi. The taxi ranks located outside the ground level of both Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. Estimated cost from Dublin Airport to downtown can vary between 18.00 to 30.00 Euros.

There are a number of Shuttle comapnies and private transfer options to choose from and costs will vary.  If you want piece of mind when you land then give iFly a call on 1800 156 856 when you've booked your flights online to Dublin and we will organise your shuttle or private transfer for you.

Getting Around Dublin

The city centre is small enough to be explored on by foot with ease, so unless you’re staying in the outer boroughs, you probably won’t need to use the Luas trams or city buses. If you do, keep in mind that bus drivers cannot give change, so you'll need your coins for short journey fares which start from 2 Euros. You can also buy a tourist Leap card for one day of unlimited travel which is 10 Euros.

Hiring a Car in Dublin

Discover Dublin and the surrounding areas at your own pace when you hire a car. There is easy pick up and drop off options at the airport or at some destinations in the city.  At iFly we have amazing prices and car options for you to choose, so buckle yourself in with iFly and click here to get a car hire quote.

Don't forget before you fly

If you have an Australian passport you have up to 3 months stay in Dublin without a visa.  For visa requirements please check with Ireland's Embassy in Australia.

 

Make sure you're covered and have organised your Travel Insurance before you go.

Ireland's breathtaking landscapes and welcoming people have been wooing Australians since the day it was possible to fly there. History is everywhere from, medieval castles and cathedrals to the magical Giant's Causeway, The Cliffs of Moher and The Ring of Kerry.  However, no trip to Ireland is complete without a stop in Dublin, known for the friendliness of its people and famous for its craic ( aka crack), that mixture of repartee, humour, and intelligence and let's not forget, the pubs. Yep the one thing most Australians have in common with Dubliners is our love of beer and more importantly drinking beer at the pub. In fact, Dublin has more than 1000 pubs in the city, so you will never be spoilt for choice on where to go.  Besides being the stomping ground for literary heavyweights, Dublin is a city busting with culture, charming streets with colourful doorways, live music and historic architecture, cool hotspots and haunted places, stunning cathedrals and hidden gems, all just waiting for you to discover for yourself.

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