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Economy Class fares from HKD$5,068
Affectionately known as ‘Australia’s biggest country town’, Adelaide has the kind of wide open spaces that are made for running around in. Nestled between hills and the ocean, the city is home to huge parklands, rolling beach dunes, aquadomes, and wildlife parks – and it’s also one of Australia’s best wine regions. Parents may naturally wish to indulge in a tipple or two, and several vineyards offer facilities to help keep the kids entertained while they do.

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Departure period
01 Apr 2019 to 31 May 2020
Stay duration
0 day / 3 months
Book by
31 May 2020
Flight Operator
Cathay Pacific
Flight class
Economy Class
Trip Type
Round Trip

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  1. Fares displayed include taxes and carrier-imposed surcharges. All fares, government taxes and fees, and surcharges are subject to change at any time. For ticket cancellations, where applicable, the Hong Kong Passenger Security Charge, the Hong Kong Air Passenger Departure Tax, and the Hong Kong International Airport Construction Fee will be refunded without any administration fees.
  2. Rebooking: HKD2,000 per ticket. All changes must be made before original flight/date. 
  3. Cancellation Fee : HKD2,000 for wholly unused ticket only. For partially used tickets, refund applied only if residual is available after deducting the applicable fare (same or higher class code) of the flown sector plus handling fee HKD2,000.
  4. The fares detailed in this offer are subject to limited availability and offered on a first come, first served basis.
  5. For details regarding mileage accrual, please refer to www.asiamiles.com.
  6. Offers are subject to change without prior notice.
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Top Adelaide tips for families 

More things to do in Adelaide

Drink and Dine in Adelaide’s Laneway Bars

Stroll through Adelaide’s laneways where warehouses and shops are being transformed into bars serving everything from tapas to Serbian cuisine. Hit the Peel-Leigh Street precinct, and enjoy a wine at Clever Little Tailor before dropping in BarBushka for a cocktail.

Take a stroll along Glenelg Beach

You'll find all the delights of a seaside village and more in Glenelg: a sandy white beach, charming heritage hotels and plenty of summer entertainment. Whether you go swimming with wild dolphins or go diving or snorkelling, surprises are always in store.

Hop to Kangaroo Island

Hop to Kangaroo Island

The island is a paradise for food lovers, with a plethora of boutique producers preparing delicious delicacies. As you tour the seal-dotted beaches and rolling hills you’ll find organic produce including sheep’s cheese and king crabs. And of course, as the name suggests, friendly kangaroos are everywhere.

A taste of Adelaide Central Market

A taste of Adelaide Central Market

A much loved attraction in the heart of the city, growers from across the state come here to sell a mouth-watering array of food, from oysters to olive oils to cheeses. Load your basket alongside local foodies and chefs or join a tour for an intimate, behind-the-stalls look at life in food heaven.

Meet the local whales in Victor Harbour

Meet the local whales in Victor Harbour

Victor Harbour is a beachside town at the end of a foodie paradise, the Fleurieu Peninsula. From May to October, you may see Southern Right whales returning to its sheltered bays to calve and mate. Tours are available, or you can try your luck in catching a glimpse of them from the clifftops of Encounter Bay.