While they’re quickly being snapped up, one issue kept popping up over the recent release of subsided airfares to Broome, Kununurra and Exmouth.
Most of the tickets are being offered from November.
In other words, the wet season.
For instance, in Broome, the dry season hits from April to October. The weather at this time is generally pretty perfect: warm days, balmy nights, clear blue skies all day, every day.
It’s worth noting that the wet season, which kicks off in November, means stinking hot days, isolated thunderstorms and occasional torrential downpours.
Between January and March is even looser with monsoonal activity, possible cyclones and possible flooding.
Mark McGowan weighed in on the issue with Botica’s Bunch on Tuesday.
Hit PLAY below to hear what he had to say…
- From November, 18,000 one-way flights to Exmouth are available from $149 in the low season and $169 in the high season
- A further 20,000 one-way Virgin Australia flights to Broome from November are $199
- From March to September 2021, flights to Kununurra are available for $249