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With its beautiful beaches and tranquil waters, Hawaii is every inch of paradise that you’ve imagined, and you can find out for yourself with our cheap flights to Honolulu from Australia.
Honolulu is the largest city in Hawaii, so the ideal place to base yourself for a relaxing holiday to the state, but there’s so much more to Hawaii than just beaches.
Head further inland and you can explore lush rainforests, canyons, waterfalls and more.
There’s also a great deal of history here in Hawaii, especially as it was the site of the instrumental attack on Pearl Harbor during World War II, which changed the course of history and brought the United States into the war.
There are also plenty of museums and cultural attractions where you can learn more about the culture and history of Hawaii.
Of course though, most people visit Hawaii to kick back and relax, with Waikiki Beach being one of the most famous, not just with sunbathers, but surfers too, which you can try for yourself if you fancy.
So if you want to experience the Aloha spirit for yourself, check out our Australia to Honolulu flights below, including first class and business class flights too.
If you’re busy planning a trip to Hawaii, here are five important things to know before you leave:Time Difference: UTC -10 hoursCurrency: US Dollars ($)Native Languages: English & HawaiianWeather: Mostly warm and dry all year-round, with average highs of 27-32°C and lows of 18-24°C. Average rainfall of 433mm, which mainly falls between October and April.Sales Tax: 4%
If you’re flying to Honolulu from Australia, here are some important things to know, including flight times and entry requirements.
Direct flights are available to Honolulu from Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne and take around nine to ten and a half hours.
Indirect flights from the West of the country will require a layover (usually in Sydney) and will take at least thirteen hours.
Australia travellers to the USA are eligible to travel under the Visa Waiver Program, which you must register for at least 72 hours before your departure.
You can apply for an ESTA at this site, for a fee of $14 and only takes about ten minutes to complete.
The following airlines are currently offering direct flights from Australia to Honolulu:
- Hawaiian Airlines
- Jetstar Airways
One of the busiest airports in the US, Honolulu’s airport is about 5km northwest of the city’s central business district, with bus routes connecting you around the island.
There’s also a railway station planned for the airport which will connect it to downtown Honolulu, although this isn’t scheduled to open until 2025.
Here are our top ten picks for things to see and do during your visit to Honolulu:
- Diamond Head
- Hanauma Bay
- Pearl Harbor
- USS Arizona Memorial
- Ala Moana Center
- ‘Iolani Palace
- Nu’uanu Pali
- Sea Life Park Hawaii
- USS Missouri (BB-63)
- Waikiki Aquarium
If you’re thinking of booking flights from Australia to Honolulu, look no further than Globehunters, where our friendly and experienced team can assist you in booking the cheapest flights, hotels and car hire.
All our bookings are also 100% ATOL and IATA protected, to give you extra peace of mind, so give us a call and book your dream holiday to Hawaii today!