Amazing deals further afield

BALI and Club Med tend to go very well together - and since the Club Med Bali's massive renovation was completed in January, the partnership is even more attractive.

To celebrate its new good looks, Club Med is offering special opening rates, with the second person only paying half price at Club Med Bali when you pay for six nights - but stay for eight nights.

Relax and enjoy a holiday where everything is taken care of and pre-paid in Aussie dollars - from airfares and taxes, transfers, a host of fun activities and sports to superb gourmet food, served with wines, beers and soft drinks, all day cocktails and drinks at the bar or poolside, and all day snacks.

Special rates are available now until April 30, for travel up until October 31.

Premium all inclusive packages start from $2942 first person ex Sydney and Melbourne (and $2102 for the second person), or $2651 ($1811 second person) ex Brisbane.

■ For more, call Club Med on 1800 258 263 or visit

Get a move on for Fiji

You're nearly out of time to take advantage of this amazing deal for a fantastic four-night holiday for families of four.

Fly to Fiji on economy airfares with Air Pacific and take in four nights at the Sofitel Fiji Resort and Spa, with plenty of extras included.

But you've only got until March 22 to book this deal, which is based on two adults and two children (2-11 years), and priced from $3875 total per room (ex Sydney); or $3885 total per room (ex Brisbane). Travel dates are from April 1 to May 30, 2009.

■ To book Sofitel's family package call Qantas Holidays on 13 14 15.

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