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Economy Class fares from HKD$5,039
Consistently ranked as one of the most liveable cities in the world, Melbourne has also been voted Australia’s most family-friendly holiday destination. This is thanks to the wide range of child-friendly activities on offer within the city, such as the wildlife-stuffed Melbourne Zoo and Luna Park fairground, while the colourful huts of Brighton Beach lie just a short journey away. 

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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.
  7. Other Terms and Conditions apply.

Top Melbourne tips for families

More things to do in Melbourne

Dine in hidden laneways

Dine in hidden laneways

In Melbourne, you’ll find destination dining in every street corner – from the sublime Estelle Bar and Kitchen, to coastal-chic Donovans, popular for its water views. In the CBD, the original MoVida in artsy Hosier Lane, serves appetising tapas. For unique Greek dishes, drop by George Colombaris’ The Press Club.

Drive along the Great Ocean Road

Drive along the Great Ocean Road

Cliff-hugging curves, endless sea views, and unique rock formations combine to make this one of the world’s best road trips. Some of Australia’s most famous surf beaches and seaside towns dot this remarkable drive. Be surrounded by animals that roam freely in the wildlife reserve and learn about different plants at the Otway Ranges.

Attend famous sporting events

Attend famous sporting events

Sports are at the core of Melbourne, which houses legendary venues like the Melbourne Cricket Ground, home of the Australian Football League and international cricket competitions. Stand by the tracks at Flemington, for the exciting Spring Racing Carnival and the Melbourne Cup. For Formula 1® fans, watch the Australian Grand Prix live in Albert Park.

Shop Melbourne’s designer boutiques

Shop Melbourne’s designer boutiques

Discover edgy and high-end fashion in Melbourne’s retail scene. Shop Australian designers like Alistair Trung on Little Collins Street and Alpha 60 in Flinders Lane. Fitzroy, Brunswick Street, and Gertrude Street also have great things to offer, while vintage shopping on Chapel Street is a must for quirky, local-label fashionistas.

Shop local at the markets

Shop local at the markets

Lose yourself in the hustle and bustle of the Queen Victoria Markets, taking time to sample delicacies and fresh produce. Catch the tram to South Melbourne Market and enjoy dim sum under the historic awnings. For bric-a-brac and vintage bargains, catch an early train to the Camberwell Sunday Market, a short commute from the CBD.