Cheap Flights to Canberra


The coolest little capital city, Canberra is a place where you can chill out in with fresh ground coffee and spot kangaroos in the capital’s reserve. Plan your trip by booking low-cost Flights to Canberra with us. Crystal Travel offers some of the cheapest flights and affordable airfare deals with added attractive discounts to our customers. It is the easiest and hassle-free solution to all your travel needs including flights, accommodation and car hire. We give you a chance to save huge amounts on flight bookings. Offering major discounts on flight tickets, we are your preferred travel partner and therefore, you can trust us to get the best value London to Canberra Flight tickets. Enter your travel dates on our user-friendly and speedy search engine to look for Flights to Canberra and choose the most suitable airline according to your budget and schedule. If you are flexible with your dates, you can save even more money on flights. Try to book your flight at least three months prior to your date of journey to get the extra benefits and lowest rates.


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Things you should know


  • The aerial distance from London, UK to Canberra is 10,556 miles.
  • Popular Airlines from London to Canberra are Singapore Airlines, Qatar Airways, Etihad Airways and Emirates
  • Airport codes flights from London to Canberra are London – LON / Canberra - CBR
  • Estimated flying time from London to Canberra is 23 hours 10 minutes
  • High Season: December is the most popular time to fly
  • Low Season: May is the best time to beat the crowds


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About Canberra


Established in 1913 as the capital for the newly federated Australian nation, Canberra is a planned city designed by the American architects Walter Burley and Marion Mahony Griffin with monuments, museums and galleries built around a huge artificial lake. It is a great place to enjoy the outdoors. Before the city, the land belonged to the indigenous people of Ngambri and Ngunnawal stretching back to 20,000 years. Canberra is an Ngunnawal word for meeting. Book your Cheap Flights from London to Canberra with Crystal Travel to explore the city.


Best Time to Visit Canberra

Canberra can get too hot during the summer months, from December through to March with temperatures frequently going above 30°C. Owing to the altitude, it can get bitterly cold during the winter months from June to August. Overnight temperatures in winter tend to drop below zero and remains above 10°C during the day. Therefore, spring (September to November) and autumn (March to May) are the best seasons to visit Canberra when the weather remains mild.


Best Places to Visit in Canberra


National Gallery of Australia: Located within the parliamentary precinct, the national gallery showcases extraordinary art collection representing renowned Australian and international artists. Monet's Waterlilies, Sidney Nolan's Ned Kelly paintings and Salvador Dali's Lobster Telephone are a few highlights of the museum.


National Portrait Gallery: The gallery tells the story of Australia through the portraits of people. Check out the wax cameos of Indigenous Australians, portraits of the nation's founding families and Howard Arkley's DayGlo portrait of musician Nick Cave.


Australian Parliament House: A symbolic piece of architecture, Australia's national parliament building was opened in 1988. With a turf roof and a soaring 81m-high flagpole, it is deeply embedded in the Australian soil. Visitors are free to explore the different sections of the building and watch parliamentary processions after passing the security.


Australian War Memorial: Built to commemorate 'the war to end all wars', Canberra’s art deco War Memorial was opened in the year 1941. A museum devoted to the nation's military history is attached to the war memorial. Visitors directly enter into the commemorative courtyard that encloses a pool of remembrance where an eternal flame burns.


Museum of Australian Democracy: Get a taste of Australia’s political past by visiting this structure which was the seat of government from 1927 to 1988. The museum displays portraits of all Australian prime ministers, the origin of democracy and the history of local protest movements.


National Museum of Australia: The museum tells the national story of Australia and hosts several touring exhibitions. Gallery of First Australians showcasing the Aboriginal artefacts is the highlight.


Questacon: A kid-friendly science centre, it exhibits educational and fun interactive programs. Exciting science shows, presentations and puppet shows are also organised.


Australian National Botanic Gardens: Situated on Black Mountain's lower slopes, these large gardens are spread over a land of 35 hectares of cultivated garden and 50 hectares of bushland showcasing the rich floral diversity of the region.  


Airport Serving London & Canberra


London: London is served by six international airports including London City Airport (LCY), London Gatwick (LGW), London Heathrow (LHR), London Luton (LTN) and London Stansted (STN) and Southend (SEN). Heathrow Airport is the largest airport in London with maximum air traffic and international flights. It has four terminals, numerous duty-free shops, food courts, lounges, and an unlimited Wi-Fi access. Public transport such as buses, taxicabs and airport shuttle are also available from the airport.


Canberra: Canberra airport is a major airport serving the capital city and nearby regions of Queanbeyan, Australian Capital Territory and New South Wales. There are three passenger terminals, Southern Concourse, Western Concourse and General Aviation Terminal. Lounges, duty-free shops and food joints are available for the convenience of travellers.


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