Cheap flights to Sydney from the UK
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Student flights from the UK to Sydney
Sydney’s got it all. Stunning beaches, world-famous sights like the Opera House and Harbour Bridge, great food and drink, plus it’s a stepping stone to the dazzling Blue Mountains. So whether you’re in Sydney to spend a semester studying, in the city to pick up some work, or using it as a jumping point for an epic Aussie adventure, we have plenty of flights to choose from.
Just use the search box above to see what student and youth (that’s up to 34 years old for some airlines) fares we have on offer today. And hey, if you want to save even more on your flight to Sydney, sign up to become a member. It’s quick and easy to do and once you’re all signed up you’ll get even more flight discounts and exclusive promo codes too!
What are the main Sydney airport hubs?
Sydney only has one airport, Sydney (Kingsford Smith) Airport. It’s located only 5 miles south of the city centre and is served by a number of transport options.
Sydney (Kingsford Smith) Airport (SYD) Getting from Sydney Airport to the city centre (and other suburbs) is super easy, due to the multitude of transportation options available to you. The Airport Link train takes 13 minutes to get to the city, with trains running every 10 minutes. But there are also buses, rental car options, taxis and bikes too.
When is the cheapest time to book a flight from the UK to Sydney?
Prices based on bookings made 30-60 DAYS days prior to departure.
Sydney universities and campuses
Sydney is home to a number of universities, which offer study abroad programmes to British students. Spend a semester or full year abroad at the University of Technology Sydney. Study at the University of Sydney, which is ranked as the third best university in Australia, or even UNSW which scored the title of fifth top university in the whole of Australia.
Sydney lifestyle and culture
Similar to other cities in Australia, Sydney follows the super relaxed culture that Australian’s have become famous for. There’s a great work life balance, with evenings and weekends spent surfing, hiking and spending time at the beach. The humour of Australians is also pretty similar to that of the UK too!
Exploring Sydney on a student budget
Although it’s known for being an expensive city, there are still ways to experience Sydney on a budget. Take a walk to the major landmarks such as Circular Quay home to the Sydney Opera House and the Harbour Bridge, explore Darling Harbour and wander around the Botanic Gardens. Complete the famous Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk and enjoy the many beaches in between. Or grab food at the Carriageworks Farmers Market, the Grounds of Alexandria or Paddy’s Night Food Markets.