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Fly to Australia for £10

Yes, this is a real offer. If you meet certain conditions, you can fly to South Australia for under the price of a takeaway pizza.

Published by
C. 'silver-tooth' Sharpe·19/09/2023

In a campaign reminiscent of the Ten Pound Poms campaign that drew Brits to Australia in the 1940s, the South Australian Tourism Commission is attempting to lure young Brits down under with the incredible offer of a £10 flight.

There are conditions attached to those willing to make the 10,000-mile journey to Adelaide, which we've listed below.

▶️ UK travellers must be aged between 18-30 (but 18-35 if you're Irish).

▶️ You must have a working holiday visa in place and be ready to leave before 30 September 2022.

▶️ You must also purchase a £171 holiday starter pack from Trailfinders, which includes a 3-night hostel stay, vouchers, info on setting up bank accounts in Australia, and tips on finding a job.

This promotion was first launched in 1945 for £10, which is the equivalent of £460 in 2022, so today's £10 promotion is incredibly good value, especially when you consider flights to Adelaide can set you back a cool £1,000 today.

The campaign hopes to welcome back young people to Australia, who were unable to stay during the coronavirus pandemic. For those lucky enough to meet the criteria, you'll be in the company of some very famous former Ten Pound Poms, including a former Australian Prime Minister, and Kylie Minogue and Hugh Jackman who are the children of Ten Pound Poms lured to the country in the 1940s.

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