Take off to FIJI

Cheap Flights to fiji
from Australia

made up of more than 300 islands, fiji is home to breathtaking landscapes

Brisbane to Fiji

from

$637 return

25 Sep - 23 Nov 2020

Sydney to Fiji

from

$638 return

4 Nov - 11 Nov 2020

Melbourne to Fiji

from

$753 return

20 Jun - 20 Oct 2020

Adelaide to Fiji

from

$815 return

14 Dec - 31 Dec 2020

Perth to Fiji

from

$1096 return

19 Dec - 31 Dec 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.

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Cheapest time to fly to fiji

A less crowded and more budget-friendly time to fly to Fiji is from February to April, June, October and November. The best time to go to Fiji is from late October to early November when the cost of staying there has not reached its peak and the hotels and resorts are less crowded as schools are still going.

NADI international Airport (NAN)

Nadi International Airport is the main airport in Fiji, which handles 97% of all international flights and 38 international flights on a daily basis. The airport is located on the west coast at Viti Levu that is the largest island in the Republic of Fiji. The famous Denarau Island, home to internationally renowned hotels, is only a few minute drive away from the airport. 


To go to Nadi's city centre you can get a bus from outside the terminal for around $1.75 FJD, and the bus will get you to the town in about 20 minutes. It's also possible to book a shuttle that will take you to your hotel or resort with fares from $18 FJD to $50 FJD, depending on the hotel location. If you're going to the Coral Coast or Pacific Harbour the fares can go up to $110 FJD.

Taxis are available outside the terminals. Even though many taxis are metered, many drivers don't use the metre and agree on a fixed fare before the trip, so be sure to negotiate the price for the taxi ride. 

Uber isn't available in Fiji, but instead you can get a yellow cab or get a private transfer to get around. Buses are also a great option as they are cheap and can take you to your destination.

Looking for a private transfer option from the airport to your hotel in Fiji? 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 Fiji and we will organise your private transfer for you.

Getting Around Fiji


The best ways to get around Fiji are by bus and ferry. The buses are a great way to get a look at both the coastline as Fiji's inland. You have the option to get a full-inclusive bus-tour or to take the local ones. As Fiji's a nation of a lot of small islands, so the ferry is an excellent choice if you're planning on island-hopping. 


Taxis are good option if you don't plan to rent a car, but keep in mind that you need to negotiate a price with the driver before going on a trip. Rental cars are also a good option, giving you flexibility to explore the archipelago at your own pace.

Hiring a Car in Fiji

Discover Fiji 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 90 days stay in Fiji, you'll get a tourist vista on arrival. Remember to carry proof of your accommodation booking and your return ticket. For visa requirements please check with Fiji's Embassy in Australia.

 

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

Fiji is made up of more than 330 islands and more than a hundred are permanently inhabited. There are two main islands in Fiji: Viti Levu and Vanua Levu. Around three quarters of the country population lives in Viti Levu's coastal urban centre, which is the biggest island on the archipelago. Tourism takes a big part in Fiji's economy, with over than 750,000 travellers getting there every year to engage in the unique tropical experiences that Fiji has to offer.


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