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Sydney to Port Vila Travel Course Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Which airlines provide direct flights from Sydney to Port Vila?

    Qantas Airways and Air Vanuatu provide direct flights from Sydney (SYD) to Port Vila (VLI).

  • When traveling to Port Vila from Sydney, how long will you be in the air?

    The average flight time from Sydney Kingsford Smith to Port Vila is 3h 15min.

  • How many departures are there on a given week?

    There are 6 flights a week from Sydney Kingsford Smith to Port Vila.

  • When is the best time to visit?

    Peak travel is Jun–Oct, when the weather's warm and often breezy. This is also the island's tropical dry season. The hotter rainy season is Dec–Apr. Cyclones are most likely Jan–Feb.

Exploring Port Vila

The capital and the largest city of Vanuatu is a small and laid-back place. It has a small downtown with market stalls that sell local produce and handicrafts. Port Vila is a base for many tours and adventure activities on Efate Island. Visitors will find sandy beaches, coral reefs and a multicultural atmosphere in this relaxed city.


Accommodations in Port Vila

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Port Vila is the Villa 25, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Paradise Cove Resort in Port Vila as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sightseeing in Port Vila

- Ekasup Village


If you are looking for a cultural experience, take a tour of Ekasup Cultural Village, where indigenous tribes will showcase their traditional dances, music and food.


- National Museum


The National Museum is located across from the Parliament House. One-hour guided tours are offered where visitors can view and learn about traditional artefacts, jewerly and pottery. The tours also include a traditional instrument demonstration and sand drawing.


Transportation in Port Vila

Once you arrive into town, you can get around either by taking the mini-bus or hailing taxis from the street. MIni-buses do not really have scheduled services and will likely take you wherever you need to go. They are best thought of as shared taxis. Like buses, taxis are also plentiful. Bear in mind that there are no meters, so make sure to agree on a price before you hop on.