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Black Friday sales Australia: What are the best 2020 travel deals on offer?

2020 has certainly been a hard year, making the Black Friday sales across Australia more welcome than ever.

Let’s face it, we all deserve a bit of break from the madness and what better way to do it than with some travel.

As borders across the country start to come down, Aussies can now actually plan a getaway somewhere.

With prices slashed on everything from flights to hotels, there’s an array of offers on the table for those who want to explore.

Black Friday originated in the US but today the sales have gone global – with discounts on everything from travel to technology.

Here are the best offers on flights, hotels and travel experiences across the nation.

Flight Centre

Flight Centre are launching deals on flights, packages, cruises and more when Black Friday comes around.

Their huge sale will go live on Friday but people who have registered their details are being told to expect something in their inbox on Thursday.

Expedia

Expedia has already launched its sale with hotel prices slashed across the country.

The site is actually having a whole nine days of sales which end on December 1.

There are massive savings to be made at the Sir Stamford at Circular Quay and the Raddison Blu Plaza Hotel in Sydney. Perfect for anyone who wants a city break.

Those wanting a city break on the Sydney Harbour are in luck. Credit: Vijay Anand/Getty Images/500px Prime

In WA, there’s 30 per cent off a stay at Oaks Cable Beach Resort and 40 per cent off a stay at the iconic Smiths Beach Resort. Certain dates for all locations apply.

WebJet

Also getting ahead of the curve, WebJet has launched its Black Friday sale before the actual day.

The savings offer a variety of deals for those planning an Aussie adventure.

If you have been dreaming of a road trip then now might be the time.
If you have been dreaming of a road trip then now might be the time. Credit: Felix Cesare/Getty Images

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