Bali is an Indonesian island with ever-changing scenery. Backpacker beach towns, volcanic mountains, pristine coral reefs, misty rice paddies, monkey temples – they’re all packed into this leafy island.
Over 4 million travellers come to admire the scenery – and to party – each year. Because while untouched beaches and yoga retreats are never far away, beach towns like Kuta are legendary stops on the backpacker trail.
Direct flights take around 6 hours 30 minutes. There are also indirect flights that can last anything from 9 to 40 hours long.
Virgin Australia, Malindo Air, Jetstar Airways and Qantas Airways are the major carriers.
You could also book an indirect flight with companies like China Airlines, Singapore Airlines or Thai Airways – but the journeys are often longer and more expensive.
Around 2 direct flights take off every day. Want more choice? There are almost 200 indirect Brisbane to Bali flights.
Brisbane Airport and Ngurah Rai International Airport (AKA Denpasar International Airport) in Bali.
The cheap flights from Brisbane to Bali usually run in the early morning. It’s also often cheapest to fly on a Wednesday or Friday.
A flight from Brisbane to Bali lands you on an Indonesian island that specialises in 3 things – beaches, spiritual retreats and eco-adventures.
Most people don’t get further than the first. And who can blame them? The southern peninsula serves up surfing, beach parties and sandside bars in places like Legian, Kuta and Uluwatu.
Alternatively, pilgrimage to the island temple, Tanah Lot, or the cliffside Uluwatu Temple.
Meanwhile, the landscape takes a turn for the dramatic in the north. You can go for a sunrise trek up Mount Batur, an active volcano with a caldera lake crown.
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