Direct flights to Sydney
Sydney is a popular destination for tourists from around the world – learn more about the interesting city and find all direct flights here.
Sydney Airport is the largest airport in Australia. In total there are 93 airports with direct flights to Sydney from 28 different countries and 12 U.S. states. The airport is a hub for Qantas and Virgin Australia . You can easily reach Sydney with daily non-stop flights from 25 other major hubs like Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide (Qantas).
Non-stop routes to SYD:
Sydney is a fascinating eclectic city with a typical Aussie vibe and a wide range of activities and attractions to offer its visitors. The city centre is small enough to walk around and to enjoy the sights, the walk through the Botanical Gardens to the Sydney Opera House is especially wonderful.
Direct flights to Sydney
As one of Australia's most popular cities, there is a great choice of flights into Sydney from major cities across the world. If you’re looking for a direct connection, we present some of the most frequent routes available below. Please use the links to see all flight options from each city.
Direct flights to Sydney from the US
- Direct flights from Los Angeles (LAX) to Sydney (SYD)
- Direct flights from Dallas (DFW) to Sydney (SYD)
- Direct flights from San Francisco (SFO) to Sydney (SYD)
- Direct flights from Honolulu (HNL) to Sydney (SYD)
- Direct flights from Houston (IAH) to Sydney (SYD)
Direct flights to Sydney from Asia
- Direct flights from Singapore (SIN) to Sydney (SYD)
- Direct flights from Denpasar (DPS) to Sydney (SYD)
- Direct flights from Seoul (ICN) to Sydney (SYD)
- Direct flights from Tokyo (HND) to Sydney (SYD)
- Direct flights from Kuala Lumpur (KUL) to Sydney (SYD)
Don’t miss this in Sydney
Undoubtedly Sydney is one of the most beautiful cities in the world with the most stunning of skylines and iconic structures like the infamous Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge – fascinating to look at and nerve jangling to climb, although definitely worth it if you can! If you just don’t do heights there are air tours as well as plenty of harbour cruises from which you can marvel at these impressive attractions.
Sydney is well suited to all ages and all sorts of travellers from backpackers to luxury holiday makers. Kings Cross, Woolloomooloo and Potts Point are favourites for their trendy nightlife and clubbing scene. Head across the harbour to Bondi Beach to watch the surfers and catch some rays on this famous beach.
For those in search of a little luxury, anywhere in Circular Quay, Darling Harbour or The Rocks will be right up your alley. These affluent areas are the historical makings of this picturesque city and is where you’ll find all the chic restaurants and trendy bars including the glorious Opera Bar that sits below the Opera House ideal for an evening waterside drink whilst watching the sky change colour behind the Harbour Bridge.
Nature lovers will love Sydney's Botanical Gardens situated in the CBD. Full of tropical birds, exotic Australian plantlife and a colony of bats which can be seen hanging in the trees by day and heard in the evenings as they prepare to fly off. The large gardens offer a beautiful and very peaceful place to walk, sit and just ‘be’.
Sydney is a shoppers delight, the city centre is packed with shopping centres as well as boutiques and high street stores. A favourite haunt with the locals is the contemporary Oxford Street, where you’ll also find the slightly quirkier and alternative shops.
Another must-see is the Sydney markets for those that love to find trinkets and random gems there are a bunch of them located around the city, the best ones being Paddington and Bondi Beach. We also recommend you explore Sydney's surrounds including the breath-taking Blue Mountains to see the Three Sisters at Katoomba and the stunning Wentworth Falls.
Searching for cheap flights to Sydney
The cheapest flights to Sydney can usually be found in 'low season' which occurs between mid April through to mid to late June.
For great offers on cheap flights to Sydney, Australia, we advise you to book in advance or look out for the many 'seat sales' which are special offers that the airlines release at various times over the year. We recommend you try our flight search box to find the most competitive fares on low cost flights as well as best value lastminute flights if you need to travel at short notice.
Sydney climate – what to expect
Sydney summer falls between November and March where temperatures hit the mid 30’s and minimal rain. So much so that areas surrounding the city can be prone to bushfires, so that would be something to watch out for. During the colder months April to October temperatures can regularly sit in the high teens to 20˚C although the evenings and nights can get cold.