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 Win a trip to Hawaii with the Sydney Kings!

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The Sydney Kings and Hawaii Tourism Oceania are giving you the chance to join them in Hawaii for a holiday of sunshine, cocktails and all the behind the scenes action with the team.

This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to see the Kings play before the season starts, plus you’ll get to take in all that beautiful Hawaii has to offer. Enter your details here for your chance to win!

The prize includes return flights to Hawaii for four people, five nights’ accommodation for four people (twin share) staying at The Residences at Wakikki Beach Tower, and much, much more.

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Win a famil to Hawai’i!

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Hey, agents! You could win a famil to Hawai’i – and we know exactly how you can do it.

Imagine flying over stunning scenery in a helicopter, sipping sunset cocktails, hiking hidden waterfalls or ziplining through valleys in Hawai‘i. These islands are some of the most diverse in the world, and we think it’s about time you experienced them for yourselves.

Well, Hawai‘i Tourism and Hawaiian Airlines do anyway. They’re teaming up to give you a chance to experience the best Hawai’i has to offer on the ultimate famil.

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Top family-friendly experiences on Oahu

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Home to world-famous Waikīkī Beach and its countless shops and restaurants, O‘ahu is the place to start your family holiday.

Many families choose to base themselves at a hotel or resort overlooking world-famous Waikīkī Beach to soak up the vibe and take advantage of the many restaurants and great shopping on offer nearby. But it’s also worth hiring a car or booking tours to explore the island and its many family-friendly attractions.

There are a ton of things to do on O’ahu, including visiting Pearl Harbour, swimming with dolphins and turtles and much, much more.

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Hawaiian Airlines sale fare

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Hawaiian Airlines has today launched sales fares to Honolulu ex Sydney and Brisbane from $899 return in economy class and from $2,699 return in business class.

Fares are available via the GDS and are on sale until 21 August, 2018 for selected travel dates in 2018 and 2019.

The best Hawaii Honeymoon hotspots

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For a heavenly honeymoon, look no further than Hawaii. The Hawaiian Islands cater for newlyweds in spectacular fashion, from fairytale accommodations and intimidate dining to romantic excursions and once-in-a-lifetime experiences.

Wailea is Maui’s premier honeymoon destination, ideal for lovers with dis-cerning taste. It oozes opulent resorts on beautiful beach coves and is home to Hawaii’s sole adults-only boutique hotel.

Or travel north to some of Hawai‘i’s most picturesque coastlines and water-falls. Located just north of Hilo on the north-eastern side of the island, the Hamakua Coast is one of the most beautiful stretches of scenery on the island, boasting lush tropical rainforests, stunning waterfalls and tranquil green valleys.

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Hawaiian Airlines to add daily Sacramento-Maui Service

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Hawaiian Airlines have announced daily non-stop flights between Sacramento (SMF) and Kahului, Maui (OGG) next year, offering convenient, direct access to the Valley Isle on the airline’s new Airbus A321neo from California’s capital city.

Special introductory one-way fares are on sale now for travel beginning April 1, 2019.

Hawaiian, Hawai‘i’s largest and longest-serving carrier, launched its Sacramento-Honolulu service in June 2002. The carrier currently operates four Airbus A321neos on the following routes: Portland and Honolulu and Kahului, Maui; San Diego and Kahului, Maui; and Long Beach and Honolulu.

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