Flights to Australia are available for €10 to attract Irish workers

A NEW program offers flights from Ireland to Adelaide from just €10 for 200 lucky applicants.

The Dream program was set up to fill gaps in the Australian workforce.

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From today 26 April, Irish citizens aged 18-35 can register online for the €10 return tickets which go on sale in May.

Applicants must also be Irish or British citizens, have a working holiday visa and be able to travel before September 30th this year.

Flights are operated with Qatar Airways through Trailfinders and applicants must also purchase a “starter pack” which includes accommodation on arrival and access to a tax number and bank account.

Three-night starter packages start at €218 with Trailfinders.

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A spokesman said: “Escape the familiar and reward your pent-up wanderlust with a Working Holiday Down Under. We are offering a fare of £10* (or €10 in Ireland) to 200 Working Holiday Makers Adelaide in partnership with Trailfinders and Qatar Airways to help you get your working holiday off to a flying start.

“With flights that cost less than lunch, lots of fun jobs that could take you from the heart of the Australian outback to the crystal clear waters, and all in a state that offers Australia’s best lifestyle – there’s never been a better time to start one Choice to make SA for your Working Holiday.

“Flight tickets must be purchased with an Adelaide starter pack and travelers must have a valid working holiday visa.”

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Irish people can visit the holiday hotspot without worrying about restrictions.

From May 1st all travelers to Greece – regardless of vaccination status – no longer need to present proof of vaccination, recovery from Covid or a test for entry.

Irish people will also no longer need to present a coronavirus vaccination card to enter bars, restaurants and other attractions.

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